Last Oasis Flots
One might think that a post-apocalyptic world will not have an economic system worth talking about, maybe except for a few survivors engaging in barter trades to exchange the last few mementos of the world long passed. In the Last Oasis, however, this is not the case. The game features a well-thought and fully flashed out economy based on Trading Stations (more on them later) and the main in-game currency called Last Oasis Flots. This economic system brings some order to the world that fell apart after a global-scale disaster. You might even say that Flots is what makes the world of Last Oasis turn... except it doesn't turn*. It is based on actual supply and demand relations, which means that prices respond to players' actions and can (and will) fluctuate as time passes. There are a lot of opportunities for making Last Oasis Currency if you know how to take advantage of (or even exploit) the system.
*The post-apocalyptic world we know from the Last Oasis is the result of a cataclysm caused by the stoppage of Earth's rotation. This stoppage has resulted in one side of the Earth being a cold dark ice desert and the other being a scorched hellhole devoid of water in any shape. The only habitable zone that remains is the narrow belt between the two sides that features constant dusk (or dawn, depending on the way you look at it). This habitable area is where Trade Stations can be found and players can take their part in building the post-apocalyptic economy based on the Last Oasis Flots.
Trading Stations and Economy
Survival is the name of the game in the Last Oasis. Life-giving Oases are few and far between, which forces nomad clans to fight desperate battles for both survival and control over Trade Stations that are built in them. Trade Stations are structures enveloped with a Safe Zone which ensures that no violence happens within them. The most important parts of Trade Stations are their Trading Tables on which all transactions are conducted (each Station has multiple available Tables, so it is able to accommodate numerous traders ar once). The known stations are connected with a trade network, but the prices of goods vary from one to the other. The price fluctuations depend on the supply and demand; if an asset is available locally, its price will be low, but if it is scarce or not available in the area, it will be very pricy. This means that Traders can purchase something at one station, transport it to another station where it's much more valuable, and sell it at a considerable profit. Each station collects a 20% tax from each sale, however, which makes making money by Trading quite tricky sometimes, but there is also the other side of this coin; If a clan controls a Station, all tax money from it goes to that clan's pocket, which means that the more of them a clan controls, the more Last Oasis Flots it is able to make from taxes.
How to get Last Oasis Flots
There are a lot of ways of obtaining Last Oasis' main currency, and all of them involve visiting a Trade Station at some point (in the vanilla game at least; things might change as the project develops). While flipping (our favorite way of making currency in any online game) can be very lucrative, just like in pretty much all other MMO games that feature a player-driven economy, the 20% sales tax often turns out to be overly prohibitive and disappointingly limiting. Luckily, there are other, already proven, ways of making Last Oasis Flots:
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