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    Bookbinder Upgrade FAIL!

    Production time of bookbinder at lvl 1 2days 12hours -->
    upgrade level 2 100% speed 1day 6hours
    upgrade level 3 50% 20 hours???

    1day and 6h is 24+6= 30h 50% is 15 hours not 20 hours, that's an EPIC FAIL!!

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    http://settlersonlinewiki.eu/en/science/bookbinder/
    The percentage of increase to speed is calculated on the base speed at level 1
    Last edited by MOD_Daz; 31.08.17 at 14:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOD_Daz View Post
    http://settlersonlinewiki.eu/en/science/bookbinder/
    The percentage of increase to speed is calculated on the base speed at level 1
    Now that can't be right . . . my bookbinder lvl 5 is currently upgrading to lvl 6 from 5. It claims that will give an increase of 20% so actual time should reduce from 12 hours to 9.6 hours. However if the 20% is actually based on lvl 1 time then according to the figures given above, a 12 hour saving should result - 20% of 2 days 12 hours (20% of 60 hours = 12) so my manuscripts should be produced in an instant, as soon as the button is clicked . . . still I'm satisfied if the speed is down to 9.6 hours . . .

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    A level 6 Bookbinder without a buff produces a manuscript in 10 hours.

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    60- (1/2*60) = 30h (=lvl 2)
    30- (1/3*30) = 20h (=lvl 3)
    20 - (1/4*20) =15h (=lvl 4)
    etc.

    Increasing a speed with 20% does NOT decrease the time needed by 20%.
    1200 km / 100km/h = 12h
    1200 km/ 120km/h = 10h

    100+20% = 120, but 120-16.666% = 100

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