Credits to dollars ratio?


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There are a lot of interesting items to buy that aren't in the CRB(for example, a plasma cutter or thermite), but pricing them can be tricky. It would help to have a rough ratio. Going off the price of clothing, 5-10 dollars to a credit seems right.

Anyone else have a number?


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johnlocke90 wrote:

There are a lot of interesting items to buy that aren't in the CRB(for example, a plasma cutter or thermite), but pricing them can be tricky. It would help to have a rough ratio. Going off the price of clothing, 5-10 dollars to a credit seems right.

Anyone else have a number?

My PbP group estimated a $12 per credit exchange rate by crossing the prices for food and clothing. Do remember though that unlisted gadgets cost 5 credits according to the Technology section of the core book.


Hazrond wrote:
johnlocke90 wrote:

There are a lot of interesting items to buy that aren't in the CRB(for example, a plasma cutter or thermite), but pricing them can be tricky. It would help to have a rough ratio. Going off the price of clothing, 5-10 dollars to a credit seems right.

Anyone else have a number?

My PbP group estimated a $12 per credit exchange rate by crossing the prices for food and clothing. Do remember though that unlisted gadgets cost 5 credits according to the Technology section of the core book.

Thanks for the suggestion.

5 credits only really works for cheap items. If I wanted to buy an expensive unlisted item, its nice to have a rough ratio.

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