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MINING GUIDE for metals (adamantine, mithril, plaitnum, gold, silver, copper, tin, iron); Stone (granite, basalt, marble); Gemstones (ornamental, semi-precious, fancy, precious, gems, jewels); Exotic materials (coal, petroleum and radio-active materials)

FIVE type of environment: Mountain, Hill, Desert, Jungle, Plain. Volcanic Land.

26 races coming with their excavation rate.


-Mine Products 
-Mine's lifespan & Ore quality

-List of Environments 

-Exotic Materials
-Determine Mine Products
-Mine Products: Stones and by-products
-Mine Products: Metals and by-products
-Mine Products: Exotic Materials
-Mine Products: Gemstones 

-Lifespan of a mine 
-Metals output (
-Smelting the ore  
-Stones output 
-Exotic materials output 
-Precious stones, gems and jewels output 
-By-Product output 

-Digging the tunnels 
-Tunnel Generator 

-Mechanic Mole 
-Stone Oozes 
-Creating Equipment 

-Mine Gases 
-Radioactive Gases 

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November 01, 2020 6:04 am UTC
Any possibility you can make a PRINT FRIENDLY version?
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Davide T November 01, 2020 5:06 pm UTC
I will make one within this week.
Thanks for the feedback.
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November 02, 2020 2:06 pm UTC
Awesome! Super cool of you -- Thank you, Davide!
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Davide T November 03, 2020 6:27 pm UTC
Just make sure that your notifications from Angry Golem Games are actives. Once I upload the updated file you will receive an email warning you that you can upload the new file.
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Davide T November 06, 2020 10:02 pm UTC
The printer friendly version is available.
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November 10, 2020 10:00 pm UTC
SUPER! Thanks so much for accommodating!
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Davide T November 10, 2020 10:36 pm UTC
You are welcome :)
I deserve a five star review!
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Walter K June 13, 2020 3:51 pm UTC
Page 19
Table 6.1
Could you please explain how you arrived at the answer in your example (21 gp/week/miner)? I think that there is something about it that I am missing.
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Davide T June 13, 2020 4:59 pm UTC
Hi Walter, thanks for bringing to my attention this detail.
It is not your fault but mine, actually an error I made when I changed the value on table 6.1
A copper mine with ore quality yields 35gp/week/miner.
Without smelting it yields 25% of 35gp, that is 8.75 gp (8gp, 7sp, 5cp).
I will make a correction of the text and you will receive notification of the update within Sunday.
Thanks again for telling me.
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Walter K June 13, 2020 5:06 pm UTC
Thanks for getting back to me. I love your product.

Above, you stated, "A copper mine with ore quality yields 35gp/week/miner."

What is the ore quality?
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Davide T June 13, 2020 5:17 pm UTC
"...with ore quality 6..." I forgot to specify the number.
The ore quality represents the purity of the ore, in the example above we are talking about copper.
Every metal is found in ore together with other elements. The higher the density of a specific metal in the ore, the higher the quality. Also, ore quality represents purity at molecular level. Modern techniques can purify the ore to a molecular level, ancient ones didn't even know this.
I will give an historical example. Go back in time during the British-French war under Napoleon.
Napoleon wanted to build cannons employing steel alloy so that his cannons could match the resistance and quality of british cannons. What usually happened was that when french cannons tried to mmatch british kinetic power they exploded!
Why that happened? They sent spies trying to steal any possible secret hidden in the fabrication process, but nothing worked.
Later, they discovered that British employed norvegian iron to produce...See more
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Walter K June 13, 2020 5:26 pm UTC
Thanks for the information. Thanks for alerting me to the facts concerning Napoleon's problem. Some Dwarvin mines just have better iron-ore of a much purer quality. Surely the belligerent ruler(s) of ______ would not want to make war with them or cheat them to get it all.
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Davide T June 13, 2020 5:32 pm UTC
No, they would not want.
Controlling a vaste iron deposit of high quality implies controlling the balance of a whole region.
Now, the Mining Guide doesn't cover the technical implications of employing high quality ore, things like bonus to attack and damage rolls of weapons made with pure metals, but it is something than can be included.
The next update will include the production of alloys, special alloys, exotic alloys and possible effects on equipment like weapons and armor.
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Walter K June 13, 2020 6:07 pm UTC
I shall look forward to it.
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Davide T June 15, 2020 3:45 am UTC
Hi, I made the corrections. Did you receive the email with the update?
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Walter K June 18, 2020 4:00 pm UTC
No, but that is fine. I am going to download the corrected copy now. Thank you.
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Rob B May 26, 2020 2:59 am UTC
Sadly the PDF does not come with the chapters pre-bookmarked in the PDF file. It's simple things like that that will make a product stand out from the crowd.
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Davide T May 26, 2020 3:14 am UTC
Hi rob, thanks for the feedback.
As I periodically release updates for this products, I will add the bookmark for each entry of the content to make navigation easier. You will receive the notification of the new update within this week.
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Davide T May 29, 2020 5:23 pm UTC
Fine. I have added some hyperlinks from the table of contents to the pages.
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