One Yukkuri Place

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  • ゆっくりじょおん

    あけおめ(小声)チョココロネのゆっくりだよ

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    EasyV

    Joon beats Shion by 1

    TosylChloride

    looking at Jo'on, something popped up in my mind a while back: according to the general consensus, to what extend do yukkuri understand the concept of trade and money? Ana made a special exception in pool #1279 with the auction scene, but I have yet to see any other examples of trade by non-urban yukkuri.

    Canttakeiteasy

    EasyV said:

    Joon beats Shion by 1

    I figure the trend will continue since she is the more interesting one, design wise.

    EasyV

    TosylChloride said:

    looking at Jo'on, something popped up in my mind a while back: according to the general consensus, to what extend do yukkuri understand the concept of trade and money? Ana made a special exception in pool #1279 with the auction scene, but I have yet to see any other examples of trade by non-urban yukkuri.

    Yukkuri can understand the concept of trade, but not the one of money
    I'm not sure if there are other examples of non-urban yukkuri trading, but it's still common to see yukkuri making deals with human, so they know that the things around them have a value, even if they can't really estimate this value (they can kill another yukkuri just for a single small sweet sweet)
    As such they don't really understand money: they can't eat it (well, they can because they are yukkuri, but that doesn't mean they consider it food), so they gain nothing from trading something for money
    Those yukkuri that understand what money is for, usually have interacted with humans, or have learnt it from another yukkuri that has interacted with humans
    Still, their understanding is limited or (more often) wrong, so even then they don't really make use of money