Workers and Military Pools
A bonding curve is a mathematical concept used to describe the relationship between the price and the supply of an asset.
The basis of the bonding curve is the idea that when a person purchases an asset that is available in a limited quantity, then each subsequent buyer will have to pay slightly more for it.
Buying any unit, whether working or military, increases the price of the next one by 0.3%.
The price of units falls by itself. The amount of this fall per day for different units is different.
Workers 50% per day
Infantry 31% per day
Archers 17% per day
Horsemen 9% per day