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| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 05:55 am |
I gotta agree a large country is VERY nice.
With the Triple wing defence, and double ground support, you'd lose MANY MANY bombers more then you would be likely to have in stock.
Though the down side is AGAIN the cost.
Reason why productions need to be UPPED
| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 07:46 am |
Cost is not a downside. It is an expense that we all must pay.
| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 08:37 am |
yeah, trillions of trillions dollars is way more than most people can imagine. we gotta bring this game down to earth view so most of us players understand.
i'm guessing that about 99% of us players on sc have not yet seen even a million dollars
very few countries on earth have revenues/assets in the trillions of USD, but just about every single country on sc have trillions SC
i'm happy with billions...but everything needs to be scale down, and not just something but not other things.
for wars to cost less on sc, weapons have to cost less.
for corps to make more money in sc, be realistic in the staff levels of corps in sc. the vast majority of corporations on earth has less than 100,000 workers and just able every single corps in sc has over 100,000 workers?
let's make this game fun, but be realistic too so most players can visualize and understand.
how the hell you suppose to fight and win a war, if you got sc corps that cannot even produce enough military wares in a year that you can use in less than 10 earth minutes?
| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 11:11 am |
On a relevant note, has anyone else noticed that more C3s every day seem to have no state factories (on LU that is)? This is the main reason I'm making much less money from raids and not the increased costs
| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 04:23 pm |
"how the hell you suppose to fight and win a war, if you got sc corps that cannot even produce enough military wares in a year that you can use in less than 10 earth minutes? "
Xon, careful. You are falling into a popular argument around here that is not actually true. Anyone with enough cash and any game skill has found a way to turn it into plenty of weapons and ammo if they need to. The arms shortage is a myth.
| Friday, September 27, 2013 - 11:03 pm |
i think one of the flaws in this game is that you can get anything you wanted even though there is shortage in the billions in the world is that "immediate buying" of any product.....this is a magic by the game design and can only happen in sc.
realistically would be that if there is shortage, and you want it so bad then you have to produce it yourself?
this "immediate" concept seems to be nothing more then to encourage players to be credit card warriors, and not gaining skills of actually managing the resources of their countries.
| Saturday, September 28, 2013 - 12:11 am |
Xon, who do you know that uses immediate orders to buy their weapons and ammo? I am curious how you believe this to be a game issue. I am holding back concluding that your assertion is based on a guess.
| Saturday, September 28, 2013 - 12:25 am |
when i was trying to be a warlord on kb, i did that all the times.
to re-test this, i just i just "immediately order" 20 anti-aircraft missiles into my country's inventory. this product has over 900,000 deficiency on the world market?
if this product is really insufficient/shortage on the market, how can i get them immediately using that "immediate order"?
would it be more realistic, that if there is really a shortage on the market, and i want this product so bad then i would only be able to buy from a player who has this product?
| Saturday, September 28, 2013 - 12:45 am |
So, your own experience on 20 weapons? I will say, in my experience, warlords don't do this. It is too expensive and would put you at a significant pricing disadvantage. I don't use immediate orders for weapons and ammo. If someone wants to use immediate orders for their stuff though, i don't have a problem with it. If you still do, start a thread on it.
However, if you think this is what I meant by having any mediocre amount of skill to acquire the weapons a warlord needs, you are wrong.