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Reset 2Edit

So... there's no way that the reset occurs on midnight UTC. For the last couple of days now, the reset hasn't even occured by 10 am UTC. Right now, I'm thinking it may be 12 in the afternoon that the reset is actually occuring. WPatriot 10:47, August 20, 2010 (UTC)

It resets 24 hours after you finish the quest and then every 24 hours after that. Jibblejab 13:23, August 20, 2010 (UTC)

I know for a fact that it is different for each player (not midnight, and besides - who's midnight? rofl!), and changeable. Mine has moved around a few times, and I think it coincided with my approval hitting 0. I'm currently investigating this now. J22f 20:35, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

I can also confirm that the reset time is changable and am almost certain it has to do with taking out all money in coffers, getting to 0 approval rating, and setting all workers to idle. Cause I almost never used my Kingdom til I came back to RS and joined a new clan that had a weekly kingdom event. I then got my kingdom back up and running and got it set to 7:20pm CST. Now I have to get it reset to 6:10pm CST so am in the process of resetting. I think time not having money in the coffers also factors in but am not sure.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 02:09, 24 October 2011 (UTC).

Well I made a point of finishing ToM quest at 1:30 pm EST. It resets every day now at 1:30. Make sure that you choose a good time to finish. Perhaps if you want a good reset time, get up early in the morning and finish the last step of the quest? Now I have to get up,at 5:00, go to 4 hours of summerschool, and STILL dont have a reset kingdom when i get home, it's irritating. - Fantastic's Sunglasses 16:26, 22 June 2012

You can top off your approval any time within 24 hours. It doesn't have to be right at reset. --Saftzie (talk) 17:51, June 22, 2012 (UTC)

Most profitable worker distributionEdit

From my experience the Maple's arn't the way to go. I suggest 10 on herbs and the rest on what you need. Maple's seem to be non profitable in my experience. --Slayer Silv3rlining Slayer helmet 17:18, December 27, 2009 (UTC)

I have 10 workers on herbs and rest on maples. It all depends on luck. I got almost 1m profit from seeds alone last week, but sadly luck is unpredictable. Tokkul detail Inhaps talk 17:33, December 27, 2009 (UTC)
I just collected 30 days worth of resources from having 10 workers om herbs and the rest on maples. After selling everything, including crushed nests, I was left with about 6.6m. That's almost 3x the investment of 2.25m ( 30 days x 75,000 ) and I wasn't even lucky with the seeds (1 magic, 3 yew and 1 palm tree). Out of those 6.6m about 5m was pure herb sales. My conclusion: 1. Anything other than 10 workers on herbs is stupid 2. Maples is a very good choice for the rest of them. You will either make money, or you will make a lot of money. De Lutsi 00:23, November 9, 2010 (UTC)

When I wait a week to collect the resources, will I get the max amount if I put in 750k at the time of the collectiong or will I have to make sure it remains above 750k each day of the week in order to get the max reward? --Austichar 19:27, January 2, 2010 (UTC)

The workers can take a maximum of 75k coins I think, but in the article is written they can took max 750k. Who is right? :D Bartim 11:10, March 16, 2010 (UTC)

75k per day if you've completed both quests. 50k per day if you've only completed Throne of Miscellania. --Saftzie 06:17, April 20, 2010 (UTC)

uh, so how much does rating drop if you have completed royal trouble? 19:25, April 15, 2010 (UTC)

1% per day. --Saftzie 06:17, April 20, 2010 (UTC)

Approval Rating Edit

"As a special note: Based on the number of workers placed on each task the time interval you should wait before collecting can vary a fair bit, however for most 10/5 combinations collecting once every seven days often leads to the highest yield of 'bonus' items. It is advised that you increase your reputation each day but if you miss out on it the loss is not very much. " I think, you only have to ush your rating just before collecting. You can leave the kingdom for 30 days, then push approval to 100% and it's counted like it always was 100%. Thats what i experienced. --Deville TGR 17:31, May 29, 2010 (UTC)

If you have not done Royal Trouble (as I have not), the daily loss is actually 2.5%, but Jagex rounds the loss 'up' which makes it appear as 3%. Proof: I forgot to go to my kingdom one day, and my approval rating was 95%, whereas it woud be 94 if it truly was 3%. I edited the table and the little paragraph above it to have this percentage, but I'm not sure if I missed any of them. KurosakisTwin 23:49, February 14, 2011 (UTC)

reset Edit

does anyone know the time at which you get your resources (is it midnight GMT, or something else)Sundays211 22:38, June 16, 2010 (UTC)

Midnight UTC. --Saftzie 11:29, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
This is absolutely false. Mine is currently at 4:41 UTC J22f 20:37, February 1, 2011 (UTC)
It reset what you finish Throne of Miscellania quest


how to give money in tresury???? i dont get it84.255.238.250 15:22, June 29, 2010 (UTC)

Talk to Advisor Ghrim. Ask "How's the kingdom faring?" Note that you don't have to see what resources have been collected if you don't want to collect them just yet. Eventually he says how workers are dividing the labor. That panel shows the coffers and allows deposits and withdrawals. --Saftzie 22:00, July 7, 2010 (UTC)

Approval Rating Drop Edit

Somehow, withing the past 1 1/2 week or so, my approval rating dropped to 25%, and Grimmy says that my subjects have collected nothing. There was money in the coffers (987436 x coins), so i cannot imagine why this happened. Has anyone else had this happen? Guthix's Book of BalanceUFeelNoPainTalkFiremaking 12:24, September 11, 2010 (UTC)

Your rating drops for every day you don't bring it back up by helping mining/wcing etc.

It also could have dropped for killing a civilian (stall guards don't count as negative) or from stealing from a stall. The wiki article also mentions that doing the second quest drops the rating. Also, if all your subjects are on something for 2 weeks, and then right before you collect, you change them all to idle, then advisor grim will say nothing has been collected. I assume this means you can change resources too, and it will give you say fish instead of the herbs that they have been collecting all along. J22f 20:41, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

My approval rating dropped from 100 to 25 within a day. Which is totally mystifying to me. Only thing even remotely related to Miscellania is completing Fremmenik's Easy and Medium tasks. Can anyone give me any insight what could have caused it. It can't be caused because of Royal Trouble, because my approval rating has been 100% numerous times after beating that quest. --Hluup 20:51, April 14, 2011 (UTC)

My rating also dropped from 100 to 25 after I completed the Fremennik Easy and Medium tasks. Could be a glitch?

My ratings dropped to 25% after finishing the Fremennikian Isles quest. Someone should definitely look into this...

Yeah mine dropped to 25% after (most of) Fremminik Isles too. Maybe it's intentional, they heard of you being the horrible tax collector...? I was also doing some of the medium tasks, but I haven't finished that. I guess it COULD be related to the "steal a fish" task... -- 05:36, December 17, 2011 (UTC)

My approval rating dropped from 100 (or 99) to 25 after I finished Lunar Diplomacy. Totally bizarre.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 23:12, March 27, 2015 (UTC).

My rating dropped to 25% too, but I had done both Fremennik Isles and medium Fremennik tasks before I even completed Throne of Miscellania. 18:41, January 2, 2012 (UTC)

I finished the last of my Medium Tasks today and my rating didn't drop. 01:19, March 5, 2012 (UTC)

I can also add myself to the list of people whose rating went from 100 to 25 in a single day.  I'm positive I had not killed a civilian or stolen from a stall.  I also completed Fremennik Isles yesterday, so it could be that.  I'm going to submit a bug report to Jagex on it. John Giel (talk) 16:26, January 5, 2014 (UTC)

Hi, I also have experienced this bug today. mine was 100%, but after couple of hours it dropped to 25%. I didnt quest between that times, and I've never killed citizens, I just have planted ivy poison bush at Miscellania farming patch between that times. Jagex should check this glitch. 12:58, August 9, 2015 (UTC)

Problems that are being looked into Edit

I've noticed some errors in the article, but I'm not sure what the answers are. I've decided to devote some time to figuring them out. I will edit the article once I know the answers. J22f 01:31, February 2, 2011 (UTC)


The main issue I want to find out is how to change the reset time of the kingdom. Mine has changed twice by several hours. So I know it can change. I think it has to do with possibly having no coins in the coffers and no rating when the current reset occurs. My hypothesis is that the game gives you a new reset time once coins and rating are added back.

Initial test failed. Tried draining rating to 0%, emptying coffers, and putting 15 workers on idle. Wait two days and then add back to coffers, rating, and workers. Reset time stayed 4:41 UTC. J22f 05:22, February 4, 2011 (UTC)
I don't know what caused mine to change in the past. I can say for sure it was not because of completing the second kingdom quest because I didn't do the minigame until well after I had finished both. J22f 05:22, February 4, 2011 (UTC)
Done. Results are reflected in article. ~J22f~TGC 10:13, February 19, 2011 (UTC)


The table showing what tasks give positive and negative rating are out of date. For example, killing a guard does not lower rating and killing a civilian lowers it either by 4 or by 5. It isn't consistent. I also want to add a column to show the positive and negative changes for players who have completed the Fremennik diary 2 or higher. I have no way to find the data for a player who hasn't. (I have the diary complete.) I'll have to leave those spaces blank and also note that the current values are not accurate.

The table still needs the new column and the new data. I might work on this tedious task a little later. ~J22f~TGC 10:13, February 19, 2011 (UTC)
Done. Added the new column for players with Fremennik sea boots. Ironically, the tasks are all the same. The method was that I drained my rating to 0 and for each resource I recorded the rating after each individual task all the way until 100%. I did the same but opposite for the draining; Started at 100% and drained to 0%, recording each interval. The results are below. I didn't know how to put it into a table quickly, so just look at it in edit mode to read it. ~J22f~TGC 23:16, February 19, 2011 (UTC)

Action Rating Change Actual Rating 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2.363 2 4 2 4.726 3 7 3 7.089 4 9 2 9.452 5 11 2 11.815 6 14 3 14.178 7 16 2 16.541 8 18 2 18.904 9 21 3 21.267 10 23 2 23.63 11 25 2 25.993 12 28 3 28.356 13 30 2 30.719 14 33 3 33.082 15 35 2 35.445 16 37 2 37.808 17 40 3 40.171 18 42 2 42.534 19 44 2 44.897 20 47 3 47.26 21 49 2 49.623 22 51 2 51.986 23 54 3 54.349 24 56 2 56.712 25 59 3 59.075 26 61 2 61.438 27 63 2 63.801 28 66 3 66.164 29 68 2 68.527 30 70 2 70.89 31 73 3 73.253 32 75 2 75.616 33 77 2 77.979 34 80 3 80.342 35 82 2 82.705 36 85 3 85.068 37 87 2 87.431 38 89 2 89.794 39 92 3 92.157 40 94 2 94.52 41 96 2 96.883 42 99 3 99.246


People have stated that the calculations for rewards only take into consideration your current rating when collected and not the rating over each day. This is possible. Especially because I know that you can be collecting herbs and maples for weeks, and then switch your workers to coal and and fish. Collect and you only get coal and fish. I did this on accident and was very saddened. Interestingly, if you put them on idle, adviser ghrim says they haven't collected anything!

Test Results: At reset, the game records rating and the value of 10% of current coffers. It does not record where the workers are. This means the workers could be set on ores, and then right before collection, switched to herbs. Herbs will be collected instead if ores. I'm not sure if reward potential is still recorded by the game if workers are all on idle. Will look into this. J22f 05:23, February 4, 2011 (UTC)
Done. Idle can be viewed as a resource and then switched to a different resource right before collection. As before, only approval rating and coffers is recorded for daily reward potential. Results are reflected in the article. ~J22f~TGC 10:13, February 19, 2011 (UTC)


I want to look into rewording parts of the article to include the idea of "resource potential" because rewards are calculated at the time of collection based on the 'potential' added up together from all the days. This allows for fraction parts of days to add together for more resources.

Done. Article has been reorganized for clarity and the idea of reward potential is now in the article. ~J22f~TGC 10:13, February 19, 2011 (UTC)

Approval Rating Table Needs Data Edit

Because all of the tasks are the same increase with the boots, it makes me think that they are all the same without the boots too (see Problem 2 in post above). I need a player to research this for me and put the correct data in the table. The data should be in terms of per action (per fish, per log) and not per 1% like it is now. Thanks! ~J22f~TGC 23:18, February 19, 2011 (UTC)

Article needs more pictures Edit

I think that the article could use more pictures to visually explain the content. ~J22f~TGC 06:01, February 21, 2011 (UTC)

My setup Edit

With 700k in the coffers, full approval rating, full bar on herbs, half bar on coal, I get about 200k on average every day, however, I have got up to 1m before, with all the ranarrs you get. On top of that, you have a possibility of gaining serious rewards from the clue scrolls. Other good setups are: Raw Fish and Coal, Teaks and Coal, Flax and Coal 19:48, March 29, 2011 (UTC)

My Rewards Edit

Hey this is just a question about the Game, not about the WIkia.. I have just started with Miscellania and I havent done the second quest, Royal Trouble. I have all 10 of my workers on Maples and for the past two days i have only gotten 595 maples and 5 nests. On here you said i should get 892 and 8 nests a day.. I have 800k in the coffers so it would last me for a week but all I am getting is 595 maples and 5 nests.. If you were wondering why i am doing maples it is because i want to get a saradomin god bird egg.. so i have them all on maples for the best chance of getting one as fast as i can. I dont know why something is going wrong.. i have all 10 working and I get my appeal to 100% before I collect the resources and I have enough money in the coffers to last me a while... Does anyone have any idea on what is my problem? 00:56, May 24, 2011 (UTC)Runt0fth3p4k

It'll only happen when you have the coffers filled up to the maximum. S T Y G 01:02, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
I Figured it out.. as soon as i did the quest Royal Trouble, I started getting 892 maples and 8 nests a day + the hebs i got from the other 5 workers.. I think that if you havent done Royal Trouble, the workers arent as moved to get materials as much as if you did the quest or something.. We need to check into that because I was super confused that I couldn't get the maximum nests per day. 03:30, May 25, 2011 (UTC)Runt0fth3p4k
According to this image, you do get increased rewards after completing Royal Trouble. (; Signature5.pngSignature5Last.png 12:36, May 26, 2011 (UTC)

What if.. Edit

What happens if you leave the Kingdom without collecting for like a year? but still keeping rating at 100% and the coffers filled?  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 14:09, 5 September 2011 (UTC).

You would continue to gather recources untill your coffers run out. You will receive an incredibly large amount of recources. Basicly, it would be exactly the same.  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 00:28, 8 September 2011 (UTC).

Not quite. A kingdom continues to gather resources until coffers run out or 30 days elapse with no management. If a player is using the management interface at least once every 30 days to fill the coffers, then neither condition is met. The coffers never run dry, and the 30 day rule doesn't kick in. A year's worth of resources at 100% would be an awful lot. --Saftzie (talk) 09:34, September 10, 2011 (UTC)

full storeroom Edit

I got this today. Hadn't collected resources since about a week after the completionist cape came out (so about 8 months).


Battleloser 00:37, November 13, 2011 (UTC)

Is that what you got after 30 days of no management (which in your case could be much more than 30 days)? Or have you been keeping the coffers full? --Saftzie (talk) 01:36, November 13, 2011 (UTC)
I've kept the coffers full and rating up... probably didn't miss more than 10 consecutive days. Battleloser 02:17, November 13, 2011 (UTC)
I just got that too. I haven't emptied my coffers in over a year and have been managing my kingdom on a weekly basis.--Jondor 08:12, June 22, 2012 (UTC)

"Approval rating checked only on collection" myth Edit

On 15 October 2011, I did a test on Miscellania to see whether the rating was checked for every day or just at collection time. It appears that the rating is checked for at the "Miscellania reset" of every day, or checked when the first coins are dropped into the coffers. (More testing is needed for this.)

My test methodology was as follows:

  1. Raise your Miscellania rating to some value below 100%, like 75%.<br />
  2. Dump a certain number of coins in the coffers, which is above 600k (or 900k after the completion of Royal Trouble).<br />
  3. Wait 2 Miscellania resets (i.e. days).
  4. Before the 3rd Miscellania reset, raise your approval rating to 100% and collect your resources. This is what I got:<br /><br />
  5. Look at Managing Miscellania to see what you should have gotten if the rating of 100% counted for all the days. (In my case, I should have gotten 546 coal times 2 days, or 1092 coal. I got 813.)

Therefore, the myth that the rating only counts at collection time, like the resource types, is false.

 a proofreader ▸  23:26, November 25, 2011 (UTC)

Testing My Vs Neb Theory Edit

My theory is that initial regard matters, i.e what it was the last time you collected/put money in.

Images to assist in proving said theory

-Initial jfmY3.png



--After Killing People/Restoring slightly



CQxDD.png  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

The theory that the rating only counts at the start of a kingdom management run, as of when you add gold to the coffers, is now also false. The evidence shows that the initial rating of 100%, reset to 71%, resulted in getting 71.9% of the expected 546 coal for 1 day.

The theory that still stands after my and's testing is that the rating is checked at the start of each Miscellania reset and that the reward potential at collection day, reset # n, is the summation of Rating[i] * Salary[i] for i from 1 to n.  a proofreader ▸  02:33, November 27, 2011 (UTC)

Flatpacks Edit

At what point are flatpacks accepted into the treasury? Often, when using them on Advisor Grim, you get a message that there isn't enough room in the treasury, come back when it has less coins. Given that message is received when trying to add a feww hundred coins of flatpacks to a treasury short 1 million, the value of the flatpacks obviously has nothing to do with it, so I assume it's to do with the percentage the treasury is below the max. Egdcltd 19:58, December 16, 2011 (UTC)

It has to do with whether your kingdom status has been updated since the last time you topped off the treasury. All you need to do is update your status by doing some work around the kingdom or to use "Manage" on Grimm to see your treasury. At that point, the treasury will be updated and you can use flatpacks on Grimm. --Saftzie (talk) 03:12, December 17, 2011 (UTC)

Asterisks Edit

Why are there asterisks in the table that shows approval changes from certain activities? 04:53, March 3, 2012 (UTC)  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

The statement just before the table:
The percentage values in the table marked with an (*) need to be checked for accuracy.
I'm disinclined to trust any of them much. Also they change depending upon what level of the Fremennik task set players have completed. --Saftzie (talk) 05:04, March 3, 2012 (UTC)

Factual correction Edit

Recently discussed with User:Gaz_Lloyd in-game about approval rating and if it matters daily (as the article used to suggest) or at collection. He edited it in line with his experience. However, today I note it's possible to ask Ghrim what is available for collection so far without collecting it. Surely this would suggest approval does matter daily, after all. Otherwise you could check, run off and improve approval rating, then come back and the items available would be increased and improved. Quest Icon Crest  MarshP  Rune platebody (Guthix) detail 16:28, March 21, 2012 (UTC)

What counts as "Collecting"? Edit

It states in the wiki that if you collect more often, then you will get less reward. In short, the more often you collect, the less you get. I don't want to see how much I have collected and accidentally gimp my boost I have accrued over 6 weeks of not collecting. So, my question is: If I click the "Collect" option when talking to Advosor Ghrim, but I just look at my current resources, without collecting them, will that count as "collecting"? -- 00:10, April 13, 2012 (UTC) P Fry

If you mean something like filling up your bank so you cannot collect, but still look at what you have, I think it would. I haven't tried myself, but a test would be to do that, then come back a day or so later to choose different resources in the management interface and see if the "old" resources are still there (like pick cooked fish and coal, look, come back a day later, pick flax and maples, look again to see if fish and coal is still there). However, the main point of not collecting too often is really that you shouldn't collect every day. If you collect every day, you miss out on low probability items and fractions of resources that can accumulate over a few days. I believe most people collect weekly. I'm not convinced there's any point in collecting less frequently than every two weeks. --Saftzie (talk) 00:43, April 13, 2012 (UTC)
If you do not have enough bank space, you will not get the screen that shows all that was collected. Ghrim tells you to make more room right before he would normally show you what you collect.

Mahogany Logs Edit

I switched to mahogany logs from maple to see if I could save money on buying mahogany logs for plank make. I put in 7.5m at the beginning of the cycle and never let my loyalty drop below 98%. At the end of the second week, I switched to mahogany logs at maximum. I produced 3114 logs, and 8 nests (6 had seeds). That huge loss of seeds makes it so unprofitable that buying mahogany logs at double GE price would probably be cheaper than collecting them. Mahogany logs should never be collected from Miscellenia, unless doing the Task.

Switching Resources Before CollectionEdit

Hey guys. I had my workers on full herbs half coal before the bxpw started and had been maintaining my kingdom for about 6months without collecting. Noticing that mahogany was much more profitable when I went to collect a few days ago, I did some rearraging before I collected, and when I did, I collected full mahogany and half herbs, which is what I was hoping would happen. So I guess rewards are calculated using settings that are in effect when the player requests them. Just felt like adding that. The most proof I have isn't definitive, but it's in this album I edited the page to reflect this new change. Yugiah (talk) 06:34, October 30, 2012 (UTC)

The information is not contested, because it is at Managing Miscellania#Subject distribution already. Wink  a proofreader ▸  06:37, October 30, 2012 (UTC)

Question about Approval Ratings Edit

If I leave the kingdom for days and days without getting an approval rating, does it affect income even if I get approval rating back up to 100% for the moment I collect?  I have noticed that collection is not definite as far as distribution until you actually open the window.  In other words, do I get maximum income as long as approval is 100 when I collect, regardless of what happened during the subjects' work?

Your approval rating will only affect the collected items when you choose to have them gathered. It is safe to leave your kingdom unattended for a while. If you get 100% approval rating just before collecting the resources, you will not receive any penalty for not "taking care" of the kingdom. PomodorosanTalk 08:51, January 10, 2013 (UTC)
It's good to know I was wrong, thanks for the information, Saftzie! PomodorosanTalk 00:45, January 12, 2013 (UTC)
This issue has been tested extensively and the above answer is not correct. If you don't top up your approval rating every day, you get fewer resources when you eventually collect. It is not sufficient to leave it for days and just get approval back to 100% moments before you collect. See "Approval rating checked only on collection" myth and Testing My Vs Neb Theory above. However, not doing anything at all has (sort of) one advantage. If you leave for more than 30 days (or don't touch anything for more than 30 days), all activity in the kingdom stops. The coffers don't continue to deplete, but subjects also stop gathering. --Saftzie (talk) 00:32, January 11, 2013 (UTC)

Effort/Work Distribution Changes Edit

Can anyone check this edit? . It has been the old version of the page for ages, and I cannot remember reading about any changes to the Kingdom in any of the latest patch notes. This also doesn't seem something they'd change under the radar on a whim... 06:42, March 18, 2013 (UTC)

It could also be something that has been the case all a long, but people never really tested it... or the wikia just had incorrect information. The latter version is correct, to the best of my knowledge anyway. . . . Yours, Void Knight banner Enquidou Talk Quest Icon Crest . . 10:27, March 18, 2013 (UTC)
I make changes to distribution just before collection all the time. I last did it 10 days ago, and it worked fine. I can check again in a few days, but it would be great if someone else can check before me. In the meantime, I've corrected all the spelling and logic errors. --Saftzie (talk) 02:44, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
Well, then yours is more recent... but does that really allow you to change the rewards tho, that never worked for me. . . . Yours, Void Knight banner Enquidou Talk Quest Icon Crest . . 08:08, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
Yes, you can change the rewards any time up until you choose to collect them. Once you choose to collect, however, they are fixed—even if your bank is too full to accept the rewards. You can't go make space in your bank, then go back to Ghrim and change the allocation again. Unless there really was a silent change (and I haven't tested yet), this latter is the most likely scenario to lead to believe a change had occurred. Qloque (talk) 10:14, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
Oh! How odd... I assume time doesn't matter? E.g. if, over the course of a year, I have never checked the collected rewards and kept the chest full and have a 100% approval rating... and I were to reassign the workers (e.g. from wc to fishing and mining) then all the rewards would change, and not just the rewards for that day? . . . Yours, Void Knight banner Enquidou Talk Quest Icon Crest . . 12:01, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
There is a maximum limit. You wouldn't be able to do it for a full year. See the discussion above on this talk page. But otherwise, yes, that was the point of the original text. As it said originally, the reward depends only on the length of time and what choices are made just prior to collection. It meant what it said. --Saftzie (talk) 16:18, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
I assume the editor was making changes based on the time of the edit, which was 2 days ago. Two days ago is more recent than 10 days ago. Nevertheless, I am sceptical that the edit is correct. --Saftzie (talk) 16:18, March 19, 2013 (UTC)
So I tested again just now. I made changes to the distribution, and the changes were immediately reflected in what I collected just after I changed it. I'm undoing the edit. --Saftzie (talk) 02:46, March 23, 2013 (UTC)
Just adding a secondary confirmation that changing the distribution before collecting is reflected immediately in the goods received. As such, the distribution of workers is not saved throughout the time they had been working. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 14:58, June 7, 2013 (UTC)

Functioning while FreeEdit

My question here is: If you end up becoming free after doing this minigame, does it still function on the days you are free and you can claim it once you return to members?  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) on 17:37, December 7, 2013.

Yes, your kingdom keeps running while you are a free player. But I doubt it's a good idea, as you're unable to keep your approval high, as well as not being able to top up the coffers as needed. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 18:28, December 7, 2013 (UTC)
I left RS for around 18 months leaving my kindom with near max money and approval.  When I got back I expected it to be trashed but in fact had around half-full treasury and 60-ish% approval rating.  I did NOT get 18 months worth of collections.  I did get something (maybe 1-3 months worth?).  Spooky Xero (talk) 10:18, March 28, 2015 (UTC)
I read, although cannot remember where on this wikia, that the kingdom will only accumulate for up to 100 days if the resources are not collected, which'd explain your experience. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 11:11, March 28, 2015 (UTC)
Actually, it's 30 days. If you don't touch anything for 30 days, even capping approval or depositing money, everything stops after 30 days of inactivity. --Saftzie (talk) 22:00, March 28, 2015 (UTC)
And how many days is it if you do keep your approval up daily/weekly? I know it can accumulate for more than 30 days, I've done so in the past. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 03:43, March 29, 2015 (UTC)
I don't think anyone other than Jagex knows exactly. Given previous discussion above, it's less than a year. However, it would take a long time to find out by experimentation. Using a binary search (probably the fastest way other than being lucky at guessing) could require up to 8 trials. The best case scenario for all 8 trials would be (167+30)+(83+30)+...+(1+30) = 569 days. The worst case would be (365-167)+(365-83)+...+(365-1) = 2591 days. Personally, I'm not that curious. --Saftzie (talk) 04:18, March 29, 2015 (UTC)

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