Raw materials are items needed to manufacture products. The following items are raw materials:
|Food raw materials:||Weapon raw materials:||Aircraft raw materials:||House raw materials:|
Raw materials and regions
Raw materials are placed in some specific regions through the world.
Raw material regions give bonuses to the companies in the country. Every different resource (see the table above) country owns gives bonus for productivity to industry to which it belongs.
|Productivity bonus depending on resource rarity|
|Very rare||Deer, Rubber, Neodymium and Granite||30%|
|Rare||Grain, Saltpeter, Cobalt and Limestone||25%|
|Uncommon||Cattle, Oil, Wolfram and Clay||20%|
|Common||Fruits, Aluminum, Titanium and Wood||15%|
|Very common||Fish, Iron, Magnesium and Sand||10%|
Keep in mind that if a region is not linked to the country capital, half of its resources’ productivity bonuses will be used in the formula (e.g.: 25% for rare will become 12.5%).
Example: Country has 2 grain, deer, fruits, oil, rubber and a sand region not connected to the capital. Food companies will get +70% bonus (grain, deer, fruits), weapon companies will get +50% bonus (oil, rubber), house companies will get +5% bonus (sand) instead of 10% (the region that owns the bonus isn't linked to the capital).
In order for the bonus to be fully effective, there need to be a transport route through your country's regions to your capital. The route means that for the bonus to be fully effective, the region where the resource is found needs to be connected through regions of your country to your capital.
Note: If a region doesn't have a transport route to capital, there will be a notice in society page and they will only provide half of the bonus they hold.
Producing raw materials
For each kind of raw materials there are 5 different buildings, depending on the quantity of resource produced, in my places.
Note: The productivity above don't consider the (eventually) increment from regional bonus.
To know the price of buildings, visit the page Buildings .
Products and raw materials
Each products industry needs a specific raw material:
- Food companies use Food raw material;
- Weapon companies use Weapon raw material;
- Aircraft companies use Aircraft raw material;
- House companies use House raw material.
Raw material usage
In this table there are some examples of amount of raw materials required per worker in all companies with different bonuses.
|Building type||Quality||+0% bonus||+20% bonus||+40% bonus||+60% bonus||+80% bonus||+100% bonus|
- Example: You work in Q4 weapon company and the resource bonus is 60%. You need 640 units of weapon raw material to create the 16 weapons.
Amount of products produced
See productivity page.
- Customization level
- List of regions with...
- Category:Regions with Grain
- Category:Regions with Fish
- Category:Regions with Deer
- Category:Regions with Cattle
- Category:Regions with Fruits
- Category:Regions with Aluminum
- Category:Regions with Iron
- Category:Regions with Saltpeter
- Category:Regions with Rubber
- Category:Regions with Oil
- Category:Regions with Sand
- Category:Regions with Clay
- Category:Regions with Wood
- Category:Regions with Limestone
- Category:Regions with Granite
- Rising:Raw materials
- One:Raw materials
|Company||Worker||Work • Hard worker achievement • Job market|
|General manager||Creating a company • Company page • Employee details • Customization level • Import tax (Tariffs) • Export license • Holding company • My places • Pollution • Productivity • Storage • VAT • Work tax|
|Products||Current||Aircraft • Aircraft raw material • Food • Food raw material • House • House raw material • Weapon • Weapon raw material • Moving ticket*|
|Historical||Rising: Defense system • Food • Hospital • House • Weapon|
|Raw materials|| Aluminum • Cattle • Clay • Cobalt • Deer • Fish • Fruits • Grain • Granite • Iron • Limestone • Magnesium • Neodymium • Oil • Rubber • Saltpeter • Sand • Titanium • Wolfram • Wood
List of regions with... Aluminum • Cattle • Clay • Cobalt • Deer • Fish • Fruits • Grain • Granite • Iron • Limestone • Magnesium • Neodymium • Oil • Rubber • Saltpeter • Sand • Titanium • Wolfram • Wood
|Currency||Currencies of the New World • Gold|
|Politics||Black market trading • GDP • Minimum wage • Printing money • Resource concession • Taxes • Trade embargoes • Treasury|
|Market||Marketplace • Monetary market • Job market • Companies for sale|
|* Moving tickets can be bought on the market or earned from the weekly challenge, but can't be produced anymore.
† Products or raw materials from V1 or V2 (no longer part of the game)