Pluts and esse are two currencies used in Fyr'stcercle. However, pluts is more commonly used to purchase from townsquare vendors, market, and other created shops. The easiest way to obtain pluts is by working at a Shop. A weekly salary will be given out depending on the activity of the worker.
Getting Started[edit | edit source]
Mages can have up to two jobs at one time in Fyr’stcercle. There are no requirements for the 1st job, a certain fame is needed for the second job. Each mage can only be the Boss of one job.
Opening a Shop[edit | edit source]
- The shop needs approved first before it can be created. It is something specific (no department stores), something that fits in with the setting of Fyr’stcercle (no computer stores...), and something unique! The shop should carry different products than the current available shops.
- Once the shop is approved, a directory picture should be put up. This can be an advertisement or an actual picture of the shop. The directory picture can be creative with this as long as it represents the shop in some way. Once submitted, the workers may begin goods creation.
Getting Hired[edit | edit source]
- Some people may not feel comfortable opening a shop at first and that is all right. They may choose to work at one of the existing shops. In order to get hired, the mage has to make sure there is space at the place he or she wish to work. If there is, talk to the Boss there and ask if there the shop is hiring. Be warned though, the Boss may want to interview you for the job so be ready!
Second Job[edit | edit source]
- Requires 30 fame
Establishing a Workplace[edit | edit source]
- The mage needs to rent an area to set up the business. This costs 100 pluts and 100 bp. It’s an investment!
Getting hired[edit | edit source]
- Same process as getting hired for the first job. However, an log IS required for a second job.
Goods Creation[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Goods Creation
- A mage may create create a certain number of items a week based on their luck. The type of items they may create is dependent on the shop they are currently working at. For more information regarding this topic, please see click on main article linked above.
Salary[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Salary
- The salary a mage receives is based on how many goods he or she has created so far, their current held position at the job, and their overall activity. Salary is given out weekly and is taxable.