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Peace Mode Question


Stylesjl
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Uh no. Unless you're a new nation that only makes 20 bucks a citizen.

Here are the economic penalties:

4 days = -3 population happiness

6 days = -5 population happiness

8 days = -6 population happiness

10 days = -7 population happiness

12 days = -8 population happiness

14 days = -9 population happiness

This is not entirely correct. those are just the happiness penalties. The OP is correct, if your nation is in peace mode for more than five days, it will suffer a 50% reduction to it's economy on top of the happiness penalties you listed.

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Well this is the full description from the game. I bolded the relevent portions.

National Peace/War Preference - The Peace/War Preference option allows you to specify whether or not you want to allow other nations to declare war on you and attack your nation or to play the game as a peaceful nation. Keeping your nation in peace mode for prolonged periods of time will damage your nations economy. New nations get a 7 day grace period when in peace mode to allow them to learn the game without receiving any economic penalties. If your nation is older than 7 days and you remain in peace mode for more than:

4 days = -3 population happiness

6 days = -5 population happiness

8 days = -6 population happiness

10 days = -7 population happiness

12 days = -8 population happiness

14 days = -9 population happiness

There is also an additional economic penalty on top of the population happiness penalty if your nation is in peace mode for more than 5 days. A nation in peace mode may not send foreign aid, however it will be allowed to continue to receive foreign aid. In order to exit peace mode nations are required to collect taxes on the day that they wish to change out of peace mode.

The description doesn't state how much of an economic penalty, but as a bank during the UJP War, I was in peace mode long enough to verify that amount of the reduction is indeed 50%.

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