Fabledom Raise Taxes Guide

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This Fabledom Raise Taxes guide will explain how taxes work in the game and how to eventually increase taxes to improve you kingdom’s money reserves. The relaxing city builder has been available to play but it has just made the move to a full release over on Steam and is no longer an Early Access title. This move has been met with positive feedback from fans.

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Fabledom Raise Taxes Walkthrough

For every person in your town you will earn taxes, so for the early portion of the playthrough the main way to increase tax income is to grow your population. Different people will pay different amounts of taxes meaning peasants will be set to pay less than nobles and other types.

To eventually increase the taxes manually you will have to build a bank. A fully staffed bank to boot! Once this has been achieved you will be able to unlock tax controls to try and squeeze more money out of your townspeople.

This does require you to become a Big Town so it’s something to leave on the backburner, I’d recommend focusing on increasing your population and attracting as many nobles as you can to get their higher payouts.

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That is all for this Fabledom Raise Taxes guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Fabledom content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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