I finished my reread. I’ve wondered throughout about the scarcity of items and knowledge. I don’t have a clear idea of how rare some things are. The prevalence of powerful items and enchantments is about the same as weak items and enchantments, and this is messing up my scale. For example, there has been about the same number of health rings of 30+ as in the 5-10 range, even tho one is cheaper and easier to make. For that matter I’ve been surprised at the low numbers especially of the weak rings. Any lazy enchanter could be able to make at least 100 a year, and say even lowballing it at 10 people with the expertise exist in an area that’s still 1000 produced a year. After ten years thats 10000 and a hundred years 100,000 rings. But where are the rings? Similarly, we have seen a great variety of enchantments but none are any more common than others, which flies in the face of enchanting rules. If an enchanter only knows three enchantments they would be producing lots of swords with that particular enchantment, and thus while maybe it’s rare enough that only ten percent of an armed force has them, most of the people in a particular geographic area would all have the same enchantment type. But we haven’t seen this. there’s other questions too. It seems like a small power advantage increases someone’s ability to gain power tremendously, sorta like how very wealthy people have more options to make lots of money then poor people. This leads to some very powerful people who can dungeon dive and adventure and a lot of weak people and not many in the middle. We have sorta seen this, but I’m wondering if there are power plateaus, thresholds if you will, and the prevalence of beings in each power level. Additionally I’m wondering where the very very powerful items and people are. I realize these are sorta open ended questions, we don’t have enough info, but I am curious on your thoughts on this.