| Tuesday, October 19, 2004 - 10:07 pm |
Recently a new president took over a country next to mine and proceeded to, in less than 5 years(I wasnt paying too close attention so I dont really know how long he has been there) He has put his country in damn near a trillion dollar debt to field quite a army. This strikes me as peculier since he appears to have no long term stratagy with the country, so I conclude that he plans to attack me.
While I have taken measures to lessen the damage that could be done to me (i.e. tripling my airforce to over 12000) I am curious as to the protection statues that a new country has.
1)how long is it?
2)are they allowed to start a war duing this time?
3)if they are allowed to start a war, is the attacked country allowed to counter attack (i.e. voiding thier protection statue)?
I am aware that at some point a country is considered to have too much debt and the president is 'evicted'.
At what point is this?(with his financial index of -40 and what looks to be continued spending on military I think it might be soon, perhaps before he can attack anyone, wouldnt that be a laugh =P)
I also have some questions about war itself:
1)If my forces are rather lopsided(in my favor), will I still recieve casualties?
2)this new country has chemical missles and nukes, 2a)how do they work?
2b)am I correct in assuming that anti missle batteries should take em down?
2c)Are they as bad as I would think if one gets by and hits my cities?
3) should I prep war hospitals(I have more than I need for good quality so I can spare about 12) for a defensive war? does that matter?
4)anything else I should know?
Any help would be much appreciated, I am still a newbie in many aspects of the game(I just figured out the local market is a GOOD thing =X) and would rather not have my country croppled by what looks to me like an attempt to exploit.
If anyone would like to look at my country to offer advice Ill shut off the secrecy settings after they respond.
(oh, if you are curious the country in question is 'cadpat rules' on blue)