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  • Settings Question: Ship's Prices?

    How much would the available ships cost?
    i'd say the cheaper ones (for a crew) would be at 40-50 income?

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    I think, like the power armour, that ships aren't "for sale" in that sense. It's more like a reward or a tie to a patron, or something of that ilk.

    But sure, you could set the income TN at that, or even higher.
    "The heart of the gambler's fallacy is a misconception of the fairness of the laws of chance. The gambler feels that the fairness of the coin entitles him to expect that any deviation in one direction will soon be cancelled by a corresponding deviation in the other. Even the fairest of coins, however, given the limitations of its memory and moral sense, cannot be as fair as the gambler expects it to be. This fallacy is not unique to gamblers. ... This expectation can be justified only by the belief that a random process is self-correcting. Idioms such as "errors cancel each other out" reflect the image of an active self-correcting process. Some familiar processes in nature obey such laws: a deviation from a stable equilibrium produces a force that restores the equilibrium. The laws of chance, in contrast, do not work that way: deviations are not cancelled as sampling proceeds, they are merely diluted." Kahneman and Tversky (1971)

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