It's about the stereotypical engineer. These people exist in quantities, but of course I was pulling your leg a bit. Who knows what's in your head.Lol, hey engineers are creative types as well. Design work is like half the field, and usability is a core tenet of that.
This right here looks like a typical failure of complex systems - a system that enters permanent goods inflation and is only propped by kludges like price limits. Where is my free market capitalism Taleworlds???The only reason it took three paragraphs to explain a minor quirk with the system is because I wanted to give a primer on the underlying priciples of it first so that someone who knows none of the details could (hopefully) follow along. If instead I had just said "wool weaveries always make a lot of money because the minimum price factor of garments is clamped to 0.8 instead of 0.2" it would be totally meaningless to someone with no understanding of the implementation.
Another case for simpler systems.