Reply To: Company provisions


I think nutrition was the wrong word on my part I was more thinking of a broad combination of energy and nutritional properties adding to the score, so grain as a cheap high sustenance food, meat as a better tasting more expensive alternative, with roots and berries as low sustenance, etc. With some sort of multiplier for variety, and paired each foods longevity and price, it could lead to an interesting meta. Something like this maybe…

I was also thinking if there was an overhead to the emotional state of a company, how well they are provisioned, the losses they’ve suffered, etc, it might be easier to summarize this information from fewer variables.