Twilight:2000

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What to buy? What to buy?

The Baron is not sophisticated enough to allow merchants to operate in his base – he simply ‘appropriates’ any wagons of merchandise that fall in his grasp. Having said that there are opportunities to trade quietly with the men of other units for equipment and goods. The militias (who are generally less well equipped) would be willing to trade for Mausers and shotguns as this is what they have ammo for. They would be willing to trade food or perhaps an AKM. What they won’t trade away is ammunition – it is in short supply and increasingly valuable.

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Well, so what is available to get?
Ammo for M16?
Antibiotics?
Night vision stuff?
Sniper rifle?
Helmet?
Kevlar?

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you could trade the 200 rounds of AK-47 ammo and Mausers and Shotguns for Food – then you could trade that food for 100 rounds of 5.56N ammo. (M-16 ammo). Food is valuable… Who is a good ‘trader’ – they could probably get more…

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how do you know if you’re a good trader? Scrounge skill?

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for now we’ll go with that. Any other social skills?

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Anyone got a good scrounge?
I don’t see anything else in the t2k skills list that deals with such things. There’s no charisma or diplomacy…maybe that’s a good thing. I always preferred gunboat diplomacy anyway. I scrounge with my loaded rifle…

other sweet things to get would be radios, scopes

Maybe instead of trading we should take. These militia are just rabble. Any tempting targets around here? Lightly guarded arms depots? Medical supplies?

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It might be more sustainable in the long run to pick up some AK’s. I’ve got 40 (or 50?) in scrounge.

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A scrounger! Sweet. Thank god. Now if we had a mechanic and a combat engineer too.

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I’ve got the mechanic part covered. We’ll have to look elsewhere for a combat engineer.

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Oh, right. Cool. I wonder how feasible it would be to sabotage the Baron’s key vehicles?

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