Samson, that seems like you are are saying the opposite regarding overflow into gold compared to what Pangea said. Pangea is saying only general production multipliers count for production into gold, it sounds like you're saying all the production multipliers counts for production into gold. Anyway, all the answers so far regarding this sound rather nebulous. Both in some vagueness of explanations and with words like "IIRC" Can anyone please give me some firm confirmed detailed information on all this? Also it's confusing when people say overflow as two different definitions used interchangeably, overflow meaning production carried over from last turn, and overflow meaning turned into gold. The word "overflow" seems to be doing double duty, much to my confusion. Is there a limit to how long production type overflow can carry over? Like if you chop a tree for 30 and have 30 extra production on something that costs more than 30 production and your "base production"(whatever that means) is more than 30, and each following turn you have 30 extra production thanks to the chop, will that 30 keep carrying over turn after turn?