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<p>At the moment, there is absolutely no reason as a bigger company with a dojo to not crank up the levels to 100%. I upgraded the TCW dojo to 100% training, 60% facilities, and running costs are still only 87'000 a month, which is nothing for a company that rakes in more than a million each month.</p><p> </p><p>

I suggest to make the cost curve much steeper where upgrades start rather cheap but become prohibitively expensive so that you have to think twice before cranking up the facilities all the way.</p>

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<blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="Dross" data-cite="Dross" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="48396" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>At the moment, there is absolutely no reason as a bigger company with a dojo to not crank up the levels to 100%. I upgraded the TCW dojo to 100% training, 60% facilities, and running costs are still only 87'000 a month, which is nothing for a company that rakes in more than a million each month.<p> </p><p> I suggest to make the cost curve much steeper where upgrades start rather cheap but become prohibitively expensive so that you have to think twice before cranking up the facilities all the way.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> The improvements come with an initial cost as well as increased monthly fees. And don't forget that it might not make a single difference anyways. It gives your spawned workers a <em>better chance</em> to be very good, but may still lead to the dojo churning out bad workers anyways. So you are investing in something that may give you 0 returns.</p>
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The improvements come with an initial cost as well as increased monthly fees. And don't forget that it might not make a single difference anyways. It gives your spawned workers a better chance to be very good, but may still lead to the dojo churning out bad workers anyways. So you are investing in something that may give you 0 returns.

 

Yeah, but even in the most negative case it didn't *really* cost anything (he initial costs and monthly costs are much to cheap). Is there any sensible reason why big companies haven't already maxed out their dojos? Having running costs of 100'000 is nothing for a big company and getting up to 10 future superstars in return is a no brainer

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I agree it's kind of a no-brainer. Besides creating your own network there's not that much to spend your extra cash on. If your money is not limitless I guess you'll need to weigh your options, as you can spend it on bonuses for workers that might increase show ratings. Normally you're making tons of money as a big company so I can't see why not max it out. Technically this would require specialist trainers who aren't just "old wrestlers" but professionals (psychologists, kinesitherapists, etc) who could basically work in any sector they want. And they will require professional equipment and everything. So they will cost a... LOT of money.

 

So it should indeed cost way more. Nobody "needs" 100% facilities (as you mention: it's just a higher chance) and you want some sort of "endgame" content so strive towards. Right now that is only an enormous worldwide network.

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