Cucumber Sandwich

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Uses

Making a Picnic Basket.

As an Earl, give 5 cucumber sandwiches to the 'King to become a Duke. The Cucumber Sandwiches Table gives the AP required to create one if one player of each alignment cooperates, and you can organize your own cucumber sandwich party at Cucumber-Sandwich-Making Groups.

Eating one adds 3 to your maximum AP. And will likely cause nearby Earls to cry. Oddly enough, there is "cucumber sandwich tolerance." Each time you gain +3MaxAP from cucumber sandwiches, it will take one additional sandwich to achieve the same effect.

Construction

Fire 2AP Piece of Wood
Unit of Charcoal
Fire 3AP 2 Units of Charcoal 5 Units of Sand
Bit of Molten Glass
Earth 3AP Sheaf of Wheat Air 3AP Bit of Molten Glass Air 3AP Bit of Molten Glass Earth 2AP Bunch of Grapes
Bag of Flour Empty Vial Empty Bottle Crushed Bunch of Grapes
Water 1AP 3 Bags of Flour Earth 5AP Empty Bottle 40 Olives Water 3AP Empty Bottle Crushed Bunch of Grapes
Handful of Dough Bottle of Olive Oil Bottle of Wine
Fire 10AP Handful of Dough Fire 3AP Bottle of Wine
2 Loaves of Bread Bottle of Vinegar
Air 1AP Loaf of Bread Water 3AP Empty Vial Bottle of Olive Oil Bottle of Vinegar 3 Cloves of Garlic Air 3AP Cucumber Knife
8 Slices of Bread Vial of Salad Dressing 4 Slices of Cucumber
Water 3AP 2 Slices of Bread Vial of Salad Dressing 5 Slices of Cucumber
Cucumber Sandwich + Empty Vial

Catalysts are italic, and key items are bold, but only where there is more than one item in a construction step.

Total Costs

AP

Alignment AP AP Alone AP for 5 AP for 5 Alone
Air 13 207 29 295
Earth 16 225 16 345
Fire 28 145 28 333
Water 10 207 34 311

Ingredients

6 Pieces of Wood

15 Units of Sand

40 Olives

3 Cloves of Garlic

3 Sheaves of Wheat

Bunch of Grapes

2 Cucumbers

Leftovers

Loaf of Bread

6 Slices of Bread

Bottle of Vinegar

Bottle of Olive Oil

Empty Vial

3 Slices of Cucumber

Now, how many to get to a given level?

Darktab enlightens:

[09:38] <darkling> Total number of sarnies to go from zero to level n is n*(n+1)/2
[09:38] <darkling> So from n to m, it's (m*(m+1) - n*(n+1))/2
[09:40] <darkling> Can be simplified to (m+n+1)*(m-n)/2
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