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Few More Buildings for VP (@franzacq continuation)

Aahh, that makes sense. Thanks for the info. Honestly though, I've been thinking about it and I've realized that once the novelty of it wears off, the randomness won't actually add that much to the gameplay. Especially if you have 10+ cities all with casinos doing random stuff, it'll be a bother to keep track of. I think I might just switch to the specialist route that msw1 suggested instead.

For the Recruitment office, maybe it could provide a short-term (~10-15 turn) version of Quick Study or another temporary promotion instead of the Skilled chance? It would both help new recruits catch up to veterans and be thematically appropriate as a Boot Camp sort of thing.
I like this idea! I'm worried that it'll run into the same issue that my code just ran into where it'll be an issue keeping track of a timer unless it's saved with SaveUtils. Unless it's different for temporary promotions? I'll need to check how Prisoners of War is applied.
 
Aahh, that makes sense. Thanks for the info. Honestly though, I've been thinking about it and I've realized that once the novelty of it wears off, the randomness won't actually add that much to the gameplay. Especially if you have 10+ cities all with casinos doing random stuff, it'll be a bother to keep track of. I think I might just switch to the specialist route that msw1 suggested instead.


I like this idea! I'm worried that it'll run into the same issue that my code just ran into where it'll be an issue keeping track of a timer unless it's saved with SaveUtils. Unless it's different for temporary promotions? I'll need to check how Prisoners of War is applied.
You could check out Unique City States too, Clermont provides a temporary random promo for most units after their first attack, might be able to build off of it that way. Might actually be best to have the temp promo work the same way instead of having it start counting down the moment they're trained, actually, since that way you won't have to worry as much about wasting Quick Study turns on getting your dudes to the front/building up before war is declared.
 
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