2017-03-13, 08:19 AM (ISO 8601)
Re: My Little Pony XCVI: Long Live the King
I occasionally remind my PCs, we do not attempt to abuse D&D's ludicrously broken economic system (e.g. buying a 10' ladder for 5 cp and converting it to two 10' poles and selling them for 2 sp a piece). This includes trying to pass off random dungeon dressings as things worth money.
Originally Posted by DigoDragon
As the DM has shown a determination to do extensive re-writes (is just petty and data-minded enough to keep track of everything), they do not want to have to deal with a proper economic system (wherein they actually have to start buying ever little thing, from broken-down to-components trail rations (with expiry times),spell components, maintainance for gear etc etc) do they now...? No. No, they do not...