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Assimilation Gone Wild (Fearless Blue)

Thursday, March 17, 2005 - 07:33 pm Click here to edit this post
I wish...

the finance index calculation was reset to the old way it was done. this new FI calc just plain sucks. the reason for the change: some players with held products for a long time then sold them in one large batch. this generated alot of money in one month and forced the FI into the 400s (sometimes). now, if your building military defence or roads, or anything, your FI will be dropped to 70 for several real months at a time regardless of how much you make. quite literally, you could spend 400B in one month, have your FI drop 10-20 points, not spend money for the rest of the year and make all that money back and still be stuck with a very low FI.

since w3c limited corp product retaining, I see no reason for this FI calcualtion. furthermore, if your FI jumps to 400 your not really gaining much from it since your income was nil while you were withholding product. seems like the whole change was pointless to begin with. this falls under the "one step forward, two steps back" rule.

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winning penelties were removed from the game, they make no sence.

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federations had better orginisation with internal chat and message boards.

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new players started with higher minimums in defence, cash, and population. give them something better than an Iraqi shit hole and they might stay longer.

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rebels and civil unrest were removed from the game, or atleast made to not both target corps.

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the portal was made to allow players to manage internal empire transfers and military buying. also to allow players to transfer trained workers better/easier.

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