Thanks for the compensation, although I would've thought that due to the increase of mith price that the mithril ore drop would be doubled.
I didn't want to interfere too much into the economy, yet provide some features that are useful.
That's what I have come up with.
And usually, if a currency becomes less valuable - meaning there's more out (e.g. by doubling the rate) -, the price of it does not go down, but up instead.
You then have to pay 10 mithril instead of 6 for an Amon Ra Card (just a random example), because the mithril itself is less valuable than the Amon Ra, so you have to compensate the difference.
Now, when the rates would go back, the prices would stick with that, even though the rates have reset - just because people got used to this as a "regular price".
That is basically an inflation.
Price is not only determined by how rare something is, but also by how people judge the usability and value themselves.
Economy talk is difficult, but I have my reasons why I didn't do all the same stuff as last time. ^^
Hope you understand