As it happened, four pages a day turned out to be a bit of a reach. I did not actually manage two pages a day.
Those going to the New Wiki will have noticed that there are several pages that are without content. This is simply because if I'm working on a page (say, characters) and I make a reference to weapon proficiencies, its easier to create a blank page I can link to now rather than going through old pages looking for references to proficiencies later. This way, when I do sit down to write out the proficiencies, the links are already there. This process is going to go on for a fair time ... but at least they give some idea of new pages I mean to create at some point in the near future.
Here's a list of pages created this last week that are worth a look:
Ottoman Empire - Balkan Zones
For those of you not interested in economics, I'd stay away from the 'zones' assets. The Fiume market is missing the price for things that are not available, but it is a complete list of my present equipment (very extensive). The Croatian Lands link is a group of three maps.
I thought I would start putting the huge maps from the Same Universe Wiki on this one in quarter-sections. Doesn't give the full picture, but once there are a lot of them, readers can line them up on any graphic design program and enjoy the larger map surfaces. Since my old computer died last summer, it has been painfully slow to update my many maps, so these are going to go on the wiki slowly - I can do about one a week just about indefinitely.
Regarding the weird, unpopular statisticals stuff ... there's going to be a lot of that. I guess what I have to say about it is this: yes, most players would never have any use for it. Yes, to some degree it is information that is not of immediate use even to me. But I have a theory that if something is THERE, someone, somewhere may find a use for it that simply never occurred to me or to you, the reader ... and that therefore, that information is the real value in a sandbox.
That is, that in a sandbox, the owner of the box is not the only person who decides how a sandcastle is made, or what the sand can be used for.