Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:06 am Post subject: Re: SOLOMON KANE: confused about Ammunition table (pg 61)
What does exactly does the Weight & Cost headers values' mean for arrows, shot, quarrels & sling-stones?
Weight: Each ammo's value number's is:
b-You have to divide by the last number (1/5 means divide 1 by 5)
c-Something completely different!
A bit confused as a fraction is one number divided by the second, so those two "options" are mathematically the same, and equivalent to how it effectively works.
If a listing for Weight has 1/5, then it means 1 lbs. per 5 of that type of ammunition. And 1/10 is 1 lbs. per 10.
Again, mathematically equivalent to each each type of ammunition weighing 1/5th or 1/10th of a pound or dividing the total amount of ammunition by 5 or 10 respectively.
Ditto (see above)
Same as above. If it states, £0.05/2, then that is the cost for 2 of that type of ammuniton (in this case 2 arrows). And if it just states, £0.05, then each of that type of ammunition costs that amount. _________________ Clint Black
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