I just noticed something new, and I was wondering when it was added...
I'm doing some construction. Instead of the usual event about building costs, I had a second event as well.
[Credit] 1 Year 7 Day 199, 10:54 Your faction received 986 faction credits from the Tax Administration with the following message:
Building Personal Residence blah blah blah in the city of XXXXXXXXXXXX at (13, 1).
[Credit] 2 Year 7 Day 199, 10:54 A faction member has sent 20,701 faction credits to the local construction authority with the following message:
Roy Starkiller building Personal Residence blah blah blah.
I've never seen this before. When was it added? Why?
Has this kind of thing always been present, and it was just built in to the cost of construction?
There was no news announcement that I saw...
Same thing here. Building faction-owned facilities in a faction-owned city.
I got nothing for the previous facilities I built (in the same city), and I started those earlier in the week.
However, RINC was not the "government" of the planet at that time. The first flat-bearing facilities were finished last night, officially making us the "government".
So, because RINC is the "government" I imagine that is why it got some money. If I was building on a planet governed by another group, they would get the money.
If you don't mind my asking, Togan (or anyone else) how much did you get back and what were the dimensions of the facility?
I've gotten back 986 for all the 1x1 facilities I've done so far (which is 4 personal residences).
I'm curious to see if its a flat-rate thing, or based on the size of the facility...heck, it says its from the "Tax Administration" so it might even be connected to the tax rate of the planet.
Centrepoint is also listed as government of the planet where this happened.
I've gotten back a total of 9,795 credits for 7 1x1s (fountains and parks), 1 Tavern (1x3) and 1 Warehouse (3x3). The amount of money I've got back varied for each facility, so I'd guess it's dependent on the crime/morale values or other planetary stats as well as the actual construction or raw material cost.