## Large numbers are represented by adding a suffix in a similar way that computer memory is measured, the difference is that computer memory works in multiples of 1024 bytes to make 1 kilobyte; 1024 kilobytes to make 1 megabyte and so on.
## Pirates! uses pure multipliers of 1,000. So 1,000,000 doubloons is the same as 1M doubloons; 1,000M doubloons is the same as 1B doubloons; etc.
## In the table below, the value is represented as a power of 10 - that means that the number after the carat is the number of zeroes following the 1.
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Abbreviation |
Name |
Value |
Equivalent |
M |
Million |
10^6 |
1,000,000 |
B |
Billion |
10^9 |
1,000 M |
T |
Trillion |
10^12 |
1,000 B |
P |
Quadrillion |
10^15 |
1,000 T |
E |
Quintillion |
10^18 |
1,000 P |
Z |
Sextillion |
10^21 |
1,000 E |
Y |
Septillion |
10^24 |
1,000 Z |
O |
Octillion |
10^27 |
1,000 Y |
N |
Nonillion |
10^30 |
1,000 O |
D |
Decillion |
10^33 |
1,000 N |
U |
Undecillion |
10^36 |
1,000 D |
DD |
Duodecillion |
10^39 |
1,000 U |
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