Caravan Capacity is not correct after upgrade

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Spark37
11 May, 2016, 2:10 AM UTC

The new feature of being able to upgrade your caravan capacity by upgrading your market and thieves guild above level 20 is not calculating properly. 

Base caravan capacity is 800 per caravan. 

800 x 20 caravans (Level 20 market) provides 16,000 total capacity.

16,000 x 200% for level 20 thieves guild = 32,000 total capacity. This is what I originally had. 

I upgrade my market to level 21. This gives me 5 more caravans for a total of 25 caravans. 

So the totals are now 800 x 25 = 20,000 

20,000 x 200% = 40,000. This is what I was able to carry after the upgrade of the market. 

I then upgrade my Thieves Guild to level 21. This increases it bonus capacity from 200% to 225% capacity from base. 

Therefore:

800 x 25 = 20,000 

20,000 x 225% = 45,000. 

However this is NOT what I am getting. I am only getting 42,500 capacity. 

This needs to be corrected ASAP.


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WallyFous
11 May, 2016, 3:23 AM UTC

400 per caravan.

100% = 20 caravans = 8000

+100% max soulstone boosts. = 8000

+200% max thieves guild. = 16000

Total: 32000


Now:

100% = 25 caravans = 10000

+100% max soulstone boosts. = 10000

+225% max thieves guild. = 22500

New total:  42500


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Spark37
11 May, 2016, 3:30 AM UTC

Redo your math. 

Maybe take out a calculator. 

Because every calculator I use states 20,000 x 225% = 45,000

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Sifr
11 May, 2016, 3:54 AM UTC

Thieves guild percentage is addition to the caravan not caravan+soulstones upgrade. Wallyfous calculation is correct. Don't blame him it's just how plarium do the calculation.

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Drogar61
11 May, 2016, 3:59 AM UTC

Spark37 said:


Redo your math. 

Maybe take out a calculator. 

Because every calculator I use states 20,000 x 225% = 45,000

Your expectation is wrong. Try with any calculator, or without it

400 * (1 + 100% + 225%) * 25

or continue to follow your logic. We just try to help you to understand. And yes Plarium wanted that you believe in your math, as usually.
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