Discussion in 'Rise of Mankind: A New Dawn' started by Afforess, Jan 15, 2010.
If the AI has elections too, then I expect to see almost every leaderhead for each civ.
is this feature dead?
I regret that, 'couse it was a splendid idea.
Not so much dead as held in reserve. The code is in your AND but invisible until Afforess is ready to release beta test of AND that use elections.
No. The code is still partially there. I just get so many requests, I have to prioritize the requests in order in which I see most feasible to least. This fell low on the totem pole.
However, I see that LunarMongoogse's Mod has leaders cycling with era's... I will need to look at his code when he releases his mod.
I think that this is a bad idea. An election every 500 years or so doesn't make sense. Perhaps this could be folded into the existing elections caused by unrest in the Revolutions component, i.e. Democracies are more prone to snap elections.
Oh I would love to see this 'mini'mod in AND some day. It sound very very interesting. I hope you find the time for it again Afforress.
A comment, I see many have commented on the senate and other, no comment on bribing though.. odd. I think option also should have some percussions as well. I think there should be some risk involved in fixing elections. One could be a serious popularity drop if your swindle is discovered, so you are in a bad shape for the next elections.
no one mentioned. on one forgotten!
Not forgotten. I've been incredibly busy, you guys request the galaxy (and I can only deliver the stars...) from me, and Elections would break MP for sure. RevDCM has had some progress on fixing the change player code, but until then, this is a no go.
Well this should be added if you have any time to spare in my opinion. The years are entirely unrealistic already, and I like this feature.
I would like to see this soon. If it would break MP why not make it an option?
Actually, the RevDCM have nearly fixed MP, so as soon as RevDCM 2.8 is released, I will work on this again.
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