Discussion in 'Imperium OffTopicum' started by Nuka-sama, Aug 2, 2015.
Is Mexico still free?
Yes it is!
Question on interest and debt. Since the time scale change is there going to be any change in how interest is processed? Technically its every quarter year which the way the turns work now is pretty much every turn now. How is that going to be handled?
EDIT: Also are all units usable at the beginning of the turn? Or is it just army units?
Pan-African Neotribalist Communalist Cooperative
Rule by an empowered senate elected from regional, tribal, and ideological parties and a relatively weak presidential executive, the Nyanzian constitution claims to represent all Africans, serving as a confederacy for a highly decentralized state.
Economically, Nyanza is very left-leaning, with business, property, and wealth ownership deriving from production much more than capital and investment taking the form of apprenticeship.
The Nyanzian senate does not involve itself in domestic affairs of the municipalities and ruralities to too great a degree, focusing instead on regulating grand economic matters, providing security to the state and its people, and representing its people in foreign affairs.
Nalubaale Army (Addis Ababa):
3 mechanized infantry
Jua Navy (Mogadishu):
Nyota Air (Addis Ababa):
2 strike fighters
@Warriorx1 if your army is within your own core borders, you may reinforce and use new units added to an existing army the turn they are built. If outside your core territory, they cannot be used the turn they are built. Armies cannot be used the turn they are built.
Debt will be calculated now every four turns instead of three.
Immaculate's nation has been approved due to balancing of Africa. I believe that the four main powers affected by this (South Africa, Nigeria, India, and the MEC) are more than capable of responding to this challenge, and helps balance the region a bit more.
The current map (without armies):
Please contact me via PM if you have any questions or concerns.
Completely unrelated, PC wars are of course, completely welcome
Well that changes my strategy quite a lot.... challenge accepted i guess...
Also that didn't answer my question, I was more worried about Air Force and Navy units, if they could be used the same turn they are built, if they fell under "the army" ruling.
Can we ally NPCs? Or guarantee independence?
It's Concordat, not Concordant. And why does Japan have 36c banked?
Hell, check your stats and income everyone. China is Marxist-Lunist.
- Ignacio Mendez, Consul of Argentina
The Consul of Argentina and Savior of the Nation, Ignacio Mendez, announced the "Wave of Light" policy which shall consist of economic development, which shall gradually transform Argentina to a nation of Metropolises, and domestic stability. He has also revealed that Argentina and Brazil will cooperate in South America so as to secure peace in the area. In order to ensure the domestic stability of the nation, the Consul has ordered the formation of a paramilitary force to ensure that the nation is stable and that the communists and decadent democrats are crushed. He has also promoted seven senior military officers to the rank of 'Marshal of the State'. Those senior commanders are the most trusted men of the Consul and were the ones who helped him crush the paramilitary forces of his Nationalist Party in 10nth August 2034, during the 'Night of Death'.
Same rule with Air Force and Naval units. A new unit, provided the existing Fleet/Air Wing is in the home country, can be used the same turn. A new Fleet/Air Wing cannot be used the same turn it is created.
The stat issue came due to the late Japanese army orders, when I had just put 1 unit of each. It should have subtracted from the treasury. It has been fixed. Apologies for the issues. Our planned order time frame is still on schedule.
You can definitely guarantee the independence of an NPC and you can ally them in the sense that you can fight on their behalf. They will never send troops outside their borders, nor will they send you income. You can send them money though, which can help prop up their defenses!
President Nelson Palmer Blair
Profile: President Nelson Palmer Blair was born on May 22nd 1990. His father was a governor in the Western Cape Province. His political connections made him affluent in military matters. Because of this Blair was instantly drawn to the military. He enlisted in the South African military at the age of 18. Because of his father’s political connections and his own prowess he quickly rose to prominence and by the age of 28 was a Colonel in the military. In 2008 he fought and led a series of conflicts against rebels and foreign mercenaries in the Northern part of the country.
His father was very vocal in matters of state and returning Africa to the native populace. He fought for nationalization of the countries natural resources. In Blair’s dealing with foreign companies he often found atrocities committed against the people in order to gain natural resources. Unfortunately for Blair’s father, he was a little too outspoken. In 2015 a car bomb killed Nelson’s father and mother as they were on route to a Nationalist meeting. Intelligence reports indicate that it was a rebel group, but Blair knew that said rebels had affiliation with foreign interests. Blaming foreign nationals for the death of his parents, Blair devoted his life to a stronger Africa free from foreign interference.
When the collapse of 2017 came around, Blair rallied his troops and began his long march to remove the foreign devils who had ruined his country. Promoting himself to the position of General, his army engaged numerous mercenary forces, taking down the better armed but slightly smaller groups with extreme prejudice. Seen more as a warlord than a rallying figure, Blair relied on his father’s friends to handle the political moves while he handled more of the muscle aspect. Eventually gaining support both in monetary and political terms, Blair was able to reunite most of the Southern coast of Africa under the new Federation. Seeing his work as only the beginning, he has set his new Federation on the path to secure an Africa free of foreign meddling.
Since it needs repeating:
Units added to an existing army within your core borders: Can be used the turn they were purchased
Units added to an existing army outside your core borders: Cannot be used the turn they were purchased
Entirely new armies, fleets, or air wings: Cannot be used the turn they were purchased
Let us review:
Sweden has the First Army in Sweden, the Second Army in Ireland, and is creating a Third Army. Sweden has bought 5 Armored units for the First Army, and 4 Artillery units for the Second Army.
The First Army can take actions this turn, and will have the 5 Armored units available.
The Second Army can take actions this turn, but will not have the 4 Artillery units available until the end of the turn.
The Third army cannot take actions this turn at all.
Please let me know if there is any confusion
EDIT: Will edit orders.
From African Federation
Message to Nyanza
Hey Bro whatsup? Keep on making Africa safe for all Africans. Never again shall we let the foreign powers oppress us!
Message to League of Benin
Hey good luck up there, we recognize the fact that there are a lot of history between our peoples. Keep up the good fight against foreign interests and we will be cool.
Message to the MEC
We guess you guys are cool. We will wait to see if your ties to the foreign interests make you a friend or foe.
35 hour warning for the order deadline
To AF, from Nyanza,
A New Beginning For South America
Editor at Foreign Relations
For years and years, even before the catastrophic Recession of 2017, South America has been the arena of terrifying warfare, as despots rallying both under the flag of the Internationale or underneath the swastika have waged war one another, or in many case, against their very own peoples, whether to cleanse the inferior, or to cleanse the opposition and the traitors that are surely lying in wait to demolish the Established Order.
From this bloody mess, two states emerged alive - the fascists in Argentina, who, through one or another way have eliminated all who have opposed them...or made them flee for their lives. Consul Ignacio Mendez now rules with an iron fist, free of fear from anyone - be they military or not.
And the so-so called "Imperio de Brazil", as it's official title is. Rather ironically, in comparison to the various short-lived statelings that have formed through the turbulent years from 2017 to 2035 in different parts of the country, this monarchy is what one could call "moderate". Political repressions are on a rather sharp decline, peace and security is...relatively guaranteed, but in any case, everything is in a much better state than the previous years.
A rather enigmatic figure is "Dom Pedro II". He's the current ruler of Imperio de Brazil, and his origins are rather unclear. Obviously, he isn't a heir to the actual Dom Pedro, that is an impossibility in any case. Some, especially the more leftist-oriented columnists are spiting him as a mere despot who will inevitably fail to the glorious cause, while the far-right call him an inefficient buffon who can't deal with the threat of the Reds who are just around this corner, waiting to prey on the innocent Brazillian trying to make his wage.
It cannot be denied however that what he's doing is good for the stability of Brazil. Today, Foreign Relations, alongside the entire world has been informed of the Treaty of Montevideo, purposefully signed on neutral (for now) ground.
The contents are as of follows:
It's a new period for South America. Hopefully, full of peace and prosperity.
Argentina confirms the above treaty.
So... the armies and units we created in our sign-ups, do they count as being created on the turn we are currently sending in orders for? Or are they seen as pre-existing and can be used right away?
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