Cost of living

The cost of living system helps reduce the headache of tracking supplies while still giving them an in game value. This is a slightly altered version of the rules from the core rulebook. The options below are listed by economic class, then the gold cost per session to maintain that status, then a description of what that class entitles the character to after the colon.

Poor 2gp: At this point the adventurer need not worry about food or shelter, as long as he is happy with dried bread, barely fresh vegetables, and the common room floor. You do not need to track any purchase of 2 silver or less. Any time you pass through a location with available supplies you restock to 3 days of trail rations and 3 days of water.

lower-middle 10gp: The class of tradesmen and local merchants are able to afford anything day-to-day in their village without trouble. You do not need to track purchases of 1 gp or less. Any time you pass through a location with available supplies you restock to 7 days of trail rations or 3 days of common meals. You also restock to 7 days of water or 3 days of ale.

middle 25gp: Traveling merchants and trained military often fall in to this category. You do not need to track purchases of 2 gp or less. Any time you pass through a location with available supplies you restock to 7 days of common meals or 10 days of trail rations. You also restock to 10 days of fresh water or 10 days of ale. Finally, if you have an animal companion or mount you can restock to 7 days worth of food and water for it.

Upper 50gp: Doctors, established artists, and retired military officers form the upper echelon of non-noble society. You do not need to track any purchases of less than 5 gp. Any time you pass through a location with available supplies you restock to 14 days of any combination of: good meals, common meals, trail rations, wandermeal. You may also restock to 14 days of fresh water, ale, or common wine. Finally, if you have an animal companion or mount you can restock to 14 days worth of food and water for it.

Cost of living

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