Hi, So, I was just trying to figure out the "Break Even" point of upgrading a taxed POT Village deed to a TF POT Village deed. I think my numbers MUST be way off or I am missing something. Please let me know if you see a error in my calculations, as this does not seem right. Let me lay the foundations, If you complete your shroud quest you receive a FREE Taxed POT Village lot, to upgrade that lot to TF in the crown store, is 19,900 crowns. At the current crown to IGG exchange rate based on data collected from Phil's Coto Exchange, you can buy 1000 COTOs for 155,000 IGG making a coto worth 150.5 gold at today's exchange rates. If the upgrade from taxed village to TF village is 19,900 COTOs that equates to an IGG value of 2,994,950 That number divided by 1000 IGG (Daily tax on a Village Lot) = 2995 days(roughly) worth of taxes. 2995 days is 8.2 years If you factor in that the oracle will give you 500 gold EVERY DAY, you could essentially pay 16.4 years worth of taxes by NOT buying a TF lot. That blew my mind. Now I understand the shrewd players out there can do it a little bit cheaper, so lets give them a TON of credit and say that the break even point (No Oracle Gold Included) is 6 years worth of taxes. Is that correct? or did I take a serious left turn in my figgerin?