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General RulesEdit

  • Be Plausible and logical.
  • Game Starts in 1500 and ends in 1898.
  • Decolonization will happen. European Nations may be able to hold onto port cities/small enclaves, but as the game nears its end, colonies will most likely rebel.
  • As they go free, American nations will be added
  • No Meta Holdings. Don't Scramble for Important areas in OTL just because they were important
  • Colonization Speed a and Ability will be scaled  by tiers
  • Wars will be decided with an algorithm.
  • Mods may make decisions for NPC nations
  • If a player doesn't post for 10 turns, they will be removed from their nation
  • Turns will go by Full Years, and Start at 10pm EST
  •  Nations that aren't part of the nations list are npc, mod controlled nations

Colony+Expansion RulesEdit

  • Each European Nation will be put into a colonial tier if it has the potential to colonize. Tiers will go from 1 to 6.
  • Colonies will have their native inhabitants (at first) that will need to be dealt with in some way.
  • Colonies will act as a vassal when you post and in the algorithm. The Only time this is not true is when a colony is invaded by another nation. Colonies that are invaded do not count as vassals.
    • At various points in history, colonies became Kingdoms under the crown of the motherland. These would still be subjugated and posted for under your main nation, but count as a Personal Union in the Algorithm. Remember that making a colony a kingdom has other implications that need to be accounted for
  • The Base Colonial expansion rate is 100 pixels per turn. This is then Multiples by your colonization stage.
  • The Base Expansion rate for your nation's homeland (if you annex colonies to be part of your homeland or make them kingdoms in a crown) is 1,000 pixels per turn, and this increases as time goes on, which will be announced via mod event.
  • If you don't post your own map, I will guess your expansion. Don't make me guess.
  • Decentralized Nations can be expanded into without an algo.
  • You may Create a vassal from your own nation if there is a reason too. You can not create Random Vassals to help you in the algorithm
  • Vassals may have Colonies if they are eligible. Vassal Colonies have a halved expansion rate and can only create 1 colony per every 2 the main nation creates.

Tier 1 ColonizersEdit

  • Spain
  • Portugal

2 colonies every 5 years

Tier 2 ColonizersEdit

  • Netherlands
  • France

2 colonies every 10 years

Tier 3 ColonizersEdit

  • Sweden
  • Denmark
  • England

2 colonies every 15 years

Tier 4 ColonizersEdit

  • Scotland

1 colony every 15 years

Tier 5 ColonizersEdit

  • Ireland
  • Knights Malta
  • Courland
  • Russia/Moscow

1 colony ever 20 years

Nations that colonized OTL are the only nations given tiers, but as ATL develops, nations may move up or down.

Rates of DevelopmentEdit

Tier 1500 1505 1530 1550 1580 1600 1650 1700 1776 1800 1850 1898
1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 Stage 7 Stage 7 Stage 8 Stage 8
2 Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 6 Stage 7 Stage 8 Stage 8
3 N/A N/A Stage 1 Stage 2

Stage 3

Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 7 Stage 8 Stage 8
4 N/A N/A N/A Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 4 Stage 6 Stage 7 Stage 8
5 N/A N/A N/A N/A Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 3 Stage 3 Stage 6 Stage 7 Stage 8

Stages explainedEdit

Stage Colonial Expansion Multiplier
1 1
2 3
3 5
4 10
5 15
6 18
7 20
8 25


Stage Explanation
1 Mostly Trading Posts, Military bases, and Small coastal cities
2 Cities become larger and more common place, trading posts and military bases are common. Smaller communities away from the cities begin to develop.
3 Large Scale Coastal and inland settlements. Colonies begin to grow in population.
4 Large Colonies begin to develop where it is possible.
5 Colonies begin to rival their homelands in wealth and size.
6 Colonies continue to rival their homeland and size, money, and influence. Murmurs of Indepevdence begin
7 First wave of Declonization. Larger Colonies push for independence
8 Revolutions and Revolts common place. Larger colonies are mostly free or making strives towards some form of Autonomy. Smaller colonies may not have this issue.

War AlgoEdit

Military StagesEdit

Hyper Power (+50)Edit

  • Spain
  • France

Superpower (+38)Edit

  • Ottoman Empire
  • Austria
  • China

Potential Superpower (+29)Edit

  • Portugal
  • Prussia
  • Venice
  • England

Great Power (+22)Edit

  • Denmark
  • Moscow
  • Papal States
  • Hamburg
  • Oldenburg
  • Poland Lithuania
  • Sweden

Middle Power (+17)Edit

  • Oyo
  • Scotland
  • Netherlands
  • Benin

Minor Power (+13)Edit

  • Knights of Malta
  • Savoy
  • Courland
  • Bohemia

Regional Power (+10)Edit

  • Ireland
  • Inca Empire
  • Maya
  • Aztec Empire
  • Morocco
  • Korea
  • Japan

Non-Power (+8)Edit

  • Everyone else

Economy StagesEdit

Beyond Thriving (+30)Edit

  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • China
  • Venice

Thriving (+20)Edit

  • France
  • England
  • Netherlands
  • Austria

Prosperous (+13)Edit

  • Denmark
  • Prussia
  • Sweden
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Hamburg
  • Oldenburg

Surviving (+8)Edit

  • Benin
  • Oyo
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • Courland
  • Scotland
  • Moscow
  • Ireland
  • Savoy

Weak (+5)Edit

  • Morocco
  • Aztec Empire
  • Inca Empire
  • Maya

Failing (+3)Edit

  • Everyone Else

Industrial StagesEdit

Massive Industrial Excess (+38)Edit

  • China
  • Spain
  • France

Industrial Excess (+30)Edit

  • Portugal
  • England
  • Austria

Industrial Power (+23)Edit

  • Ottoman Empire
  • Denmark
  • Sweden
  • Prussia

Industrial Self Sufficient (+18)Edit

  • Venice
  • Hamburg
  • Bohemia
  • Oldenburg
  • Papal States
  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • Oyo
  • Benin

Industrializing (+12)Edit

  • Inca Empire
  • Aztec Empire
  • Moscow
  • Poland

Industrial Deficit (+6)Edit

  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Maya
  • Morocco

Massive Industrial Deficit (+2)Edit

  • Everyone Else

Technology TiersEdit

Post-Modern (+45)Edit

  • Spain
  • China
  • France

Modern (+32)Edit

  • England
  • Portugal
  • Prussia
  • Austria
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Venice
  • Papal States

Near Modern (+23)Edit

  • Bohemia
  • Scotland
  • Ireland
  • Savoy
  • Malta
  • Courland

Semi Modern (+15)Edit

  • Benin
  • Oyo
  • Korea
  • Japan

Semi Outdated (+10)Edit

  • Morocco

Moderately Outdated (+7)Edit

  • Inca Empire
  • Aztec Empire

Outdated (+5)Edit

  • Everyone Else

ManpowerEdit

+1 for every 15,000 troops.

LocationEdit

Goes by nearest Military leader

  • +20 for Defenders
  • +15 for being at the location of the war. (Hours Travel from Front)
  • +12 for being near the location of the war (Within Days travel)
  • +8 for being close to the location of the war (Weeks travel)
  • +4 for being far from the front (Months Travel)
  • -4 for being opposite side of the world (Many months or Year+ travel)

Strategic ModifiersEdit

  • A surprise attack gains a 10% bonus for the attacker
  • A defensive line gains a 10% bonus for the defender
  • Fighting in an unfavourable environment gives a -15 to the attacker
  • Fighting in a mountain range gives a +20 to defender
  • fighting in a desert gives a -5 to defender
  • Fighting in a tundra gives a -7 to defender
  • Fighting in an urban environment gives a +10 to defender
  • fighting in a rural farmland gives a +3 to defender

More may be added as needed

GovernmentEdit

GeneralEdit

The amount of possible generals depends on your military tier. Hyperpowers, Superpowers, and potential superpowers can have up to three generals. Great Powers, Middle Powers, and Regional Powers can have 2. Minor Powers and Lesser Powers can have 1.

  • -25 for No General.
  • -10 for a novice general
  • -5 for an inexperienced general (one year of combat experience OR only minor combat experiences)
  • +0 for a learning general (3-4 years of combat experience in major combat)
  • +5 for an experienced general (5-6 years of experience in major combat)
  • +10 for a veteren general (7+ years of major combat)

Momentum Edit

This is confusing and a new experimental type thing. Read carefully and be prepared to screw this up.

Momentum is on a scale of 0 to 1. Momentum goes by the General not the war.

You gain momentum with multiple applicable victories in a row. The second victory will get you .05, the third will get you .1 (for a total of .15), the fourth will get you .15 (for a total of .3) and so on. This will give you a percentage boost towards the final result. 

Losing will drop your momentum to 0. A stalemate will drop both momenta to 0. A victory that is not applicable will not change momentum. Momentum that is stalled for 3 phases of combat will drop to 0.

A victory is applicable if

  1. It is not the first victory.
  2. The margin of victory is greater than or equal to the previous margin of victory.
  3. The war is not won with the current phase of combat.

A victory can also gain momentum if ruled via mod event.

MotiveEdit

MoraleEdit

Recent WarsEdit

Multiple FrontsEdit

Vassal Spam PeneltyEdit

Non Player NationsEdit

Player nations may make requests to nonplayer nations that will be handled by an active, unbaised moderator

  • In the event that there is no mod that fits this bill, an RNG will be use with Screenshots posted.

Players may push their influence on smaller, NPC nations in an attempt to vassalize them. This takes time and effort, and can not be done willy-nilly. You can also try to influence the people of the nation to act in a specific way.

TechnologyEdit

Can never go more than 10 years beyond OTL.

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