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To W3C Staff : Reguarding Bankrupt countries in empires (Fearless Blue)

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  To W3C Staff : Reguarding Bankrupt countries in empires (Fearless Blue)

Sheik Yerbootie (Fearless Blue)

Friday, January 07, 2005 - 08:35 pm Click here to edit this post
Continual imperialistic common market usage (ok in my book to a large extent, but accumulating 100t debt and giving other countries tons of profit, then deregigging the 100T debt country with no consquences is clearly crappy)

this has nothing to do with debt transfer, it has everything to do with a bug abuse. solve the bug abuse and the debt transfer isn't a problem.

massive defense buying. You can buy defense weapons regardless of your fiannces. getting a 1 war rank country with 25TT debt and using it to defend your empire until you dont want it or need it anymore, than deregging and erceiving no consqequences is also crappy
you may scoff but ive seen a #1 WR country built up just like this, and have fought against far too many no-economy countries with tons of defenses to like it much


first, I don't see the problem with useing a country like this. if you dereg it you lose your defencive stronghold. again, the problem doesn't lie in the debt transfer, it's in the unlimited defencive buying feature.

placing this 100% debt transfer on empires is not the proper solution to the problems your talking about. its a patch to a fubar system, one that will have more drawbacks than solutions.

look at most of my countries. the corps have 100B debt in most of them due to the massive supply period we experianced (now red, thank god), destroying my corps will transfer about 1-2T debt to the country that already has a trillion debt. if I had managed to win the war, I would end up lossing it to this stupid eviction rule. it's a lose lose situation. even if I lost the war, the victor would end up losing. you will see this with many player countries I believe.

this new rule will have the effect of slowing the game down to a snailes pace (if it's not slow enough already). it will deter players from wanting to fight a war. it will deter players (like Lord Mndz) from dereging overly large empires because the 100% debt transfer will cost him the rest of his empire. that limited debt transfer was placed in the game for very good reasons. taking it away now is three steps back IMO.

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