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Old 01-11-2013, 09:51 PM   #7
Luke Bunyip
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Default Re: Dwarven Governance & Economics?

Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
I disagree that dwarves wouldn't have a struggling working class, it's just that dwarven society is typically relatively wealthy overall, so a struggling dwarf looks like an average wealth human. ... dwarven society encourages 100% employment, with makework projects if necessary (which accounts for a lot of pointless structures created by dwarves).
Originally Posted by ericthered View Post
My theory (which I usually use) is that dwarves form a middle class of artisans and bankers with a slightly lower class of miners where ever they go. The issue isn't that dwarves are classless, its that they gravitate to a specific class in other people's structures.
These both work for me, and as well both of you seem to suggest something which for me sounds similar.
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