More porcelain pottery

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What sort of porcelain items should be added?

coffee cup
27
10%
teacup
30
11%
a generic cup
25
10%
saucer
29
11%
teapot
35
13%
patter
26
10%
wash basin
29
11%
pitcher
29
11%
large vase
33
13%
none of the above
0
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More porcelain pottery

Postby SekoETC » Mon Jan 27, 2014 7:47 pm

I noticed that currently there are just the fine china plate and the porcelain vase, which by the way is surprisingly small. When I hear the word vase, I imagine something bigger than one that fits a single rose.

Suggestions:

fine china coffee cup - 50 grams - capacity 160 grams
fine china teacup - 65 grams - capacity 200 grams
fine china saucer - 35 grams - capacity 10 grams - mainly an rp item rather than a container
fine china teapot - 300 grams - capacity 800 grams
fine china platter - 350 grams - capacity 1500 grams
porcelain wash basin - 500 grams - capacity 2000 grams
porcelain pitcher - 450 grams - capacity 1000 grams - it weights more because of the handle
big porcelain vase - 600 grams - capacity 2400 grams

Everything takes a kiln to make.
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby Chroma Key » Mon Jan 27, 2014 7:54 pm

I was going to do this!!! :lol:
Thank you for saving me the time and effort.
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby SekoETC » Tue Feb 04, 2014 1:21 pm

I added a poll since I forgot to do that earlier. I would rather have separate coffee and teacups, but I added the voting option of having a generic cup instead that could be roleplayed as whatever.
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby kicking jay » Thu Apr 24, 2014 6:27 pm

Bump?
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby Chroma Key » Thu Oct 09, 2014 5:30 pm

Another bump!
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby kaloryfer » Fri Oct 10, 2014 3:21 pm

yes please
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby computaertist » Mon May 02, 2016 6:20 pm

sanchez wrote:De-incentivising this production and providing more means of active consumption of hoarded resources, while encouraging diversification in infrastructure and future production addresses a deeper solution.

Might more porcelain pottery help with these?
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby SekoETC » Mon May 02, 2016 8:15 pm

Some of these were already implemented by Wiro.
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Re: More porcelain pottery

Postby computaertist » Mon May 02, 2016 8:56 pm

Yes, which is great. I should have phrased my question "Would porcelain platters, big porcelain vases, and saucers further contribute to providing more means of active consumption of hoarded resources, while encouraging diversification in infrastructure and future production? Or should this thread simply be moved to implemented suggestions since it was mostly implemented?"

But then again I shouldn't have posted the same question in so many threads at once, and this isn't the one I'd have posted in first. (I'm unsure whether posting them once a week or something would have been better.) And in hindsight I don't think the question was helpful anyway.
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