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Please provide a current list of things that affect environment and the figures associated with each.

I'll list specific questions, but please include anything I miss. Many questions stem from posts I've read, so I'm not sure they even pertain to the discussion.

1. Government. This chart doesn't address environment. http://www.cybernations.net/about_topics.asp#Government_Type

2. Population density.

3. Military/citizen ratio.

4. Government settings.

5. Soldier efficiency modifiers in general and barracks.

6. Land.

7. Tanks.

8. Nukes- how much effect per warhead.

9. Aircraft.

10. Cruise missiles.

11. Technology

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Please provide a current list of things that affect environment and the figures associated with each.

I'll list specific questions, but please include anything I miss. Many questions stem from posts I've read, so I'm not sure they even pertain to the discussion.

1. Government. This chart doesn't address environment. http://www.cybernations.net/about_topics.asp#Government_Type

The stars address the environment, red if it improves environment, blank if it damages environment, no star if no effect.

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The stars address the environment, red if it improves environment, blank if it damages environment, no star if no effect.

This is correct. I am almost positive that it is -1 environment for red star, 0 environment for no star and +1 environment for a blank star.

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It's not, hover your mouse over the stars and you'll see.

Wait, what? When I hover my mouse over it, it reads "Positive Environment Effect" or "Negative Environment Effect", I do not see numbers involved.

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I'm saying red is positive, not negative.

Exactly what I am saying. -1 environment is actually improving the environment. If you look over the numbers, a higher number for environment is worse, so me saying -1 is lowering that number.

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Exactly what I am saying. -1 environment is actually improving the environment. If you look over the numbers, a higher number for environment is worse, so me saying -1 is lowering that number.

The ones with the Red stars are more "Eco-Friendly" the blank or White stars are not Eco-Friendly.

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From what I know (not 100% sure it's all right.)

Soldier count > 60%= +1 environment

Importing coal, oil, or uranium = +1 environment each

Nukes = +.1 environment per war head.

It used to be Soldier efficiency > 60% = +1 env. However, I just bought some soldiers and nothing happened so this must have been removed.

EDIT: I just bought 1000 soldiers and my Avg. Individual Income Taxes Paid Per Day went up by $0.01. Odd.

EDIT 2: I raised my soldier count to nearly 80% and I haven't taken an environment hit at all. This was changed too. You don't take any kind of economical hit now unless you completely max them out. And even then it's just a happiness hit, not environment.

EDIT 3: Ok, I take that back. For some reason I accidentally bought a fourth border wall during my labor camp swap, which is why I didn't notice my environment slightly going up when purchasing soldiers.

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The soldier things still applies. This morning, my soldiers efficiency was 75% my population. My environment was 5.97. I reduced soldiers efficiency to 59% population, and my environment was 4.97. I forgot to document the changes a point in environment brings about though.

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The soldier things still applies. This morning, my soldiers efficiency was 75% my population. My environment was 5.97. I reduced soldiers efficiency to 59% population, and my environment was 4.97. I forgot to document the changes a point in environment brings about though.

It does not - you must've changed something else. I've had a number of folks in my alliance test this

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It does not - you must've changed something else. I've had a number of folks in my alliance test this

It does. Your alliance most be doing it wrong.

Here's my proof:

militaryenvironmentes7.jpg

Believe me now...? :rolleyes:

EDIT: For clarity, in the first pic I had 22,393 citizens, in the second pic 22,005. Just so you know it's efficiency that made the difference, not soldiers.

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