Colonial Credits

This article needs further revising.

All citizens of the Colonial Alliance will be entitled to Colonial Credits. The current exchange rate has not been ratified by the Council of Foreign Trade and Commerce nor has it been ratified by the Colonial Council.

Foreign Trade Credits: Citizens who labor within the Colonial Alliance shall be entitled to 1.5 trade credits for each day labored.

Commodities Credits: Citizens who labor within the Colonial Alliance shall be entitled to .25 commodities credits per adult household members for each day labored. Each child under 18 is also entitled to a .25 commodities credit per day. When citizens become emancipated, the parents shall no longer be entitled to their child’s .25 commodities credit, that credit will then be redirected to the minor citizen. Commodities are food items that are considered to be luxury food items by the Department of Agriculture and Staple Foods.

Refugee Exchange Credits: Those individuals taking refuge within a Colonial territory will be granted Refugee Exchange Credits. These credits are used to obtain staple foods and basic necessities only. Food items, such as milk, bread and certain fruits and vegetables; and household item’s such as soap and shampoo; which would be free for citizens; can be purchased by refugee’s with Refugee Exchange Credits.

Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and around the world. We currently have no reported cases of COVID-19 infection amongst our citizenship. Regardless; we ask that they remember to take all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of this disease, if you do happen to be infected to prevent the spread to your families; friends; co-workers and to the community at large. Thank you.