Ahovking

Alliances Sizes

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Something has to be done about evening out the Alliances..we have Versutian Federation with a massive 275 members followed by  New Pacific Order with 160 then Democratic Socialist Assembly and Union of Independent Nations with 60 then it goes down from there.. 

In an event of an alliance war... Versutian Federation could easily hold itself if not completely dominate the game.. i think there should be limits on how big alliances can get for example the "Alliance cap" could be 100 nations and no more or maybe 60 nations.

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this discussion should take place when we know how the war mechanic will work, assuming this will actually be a problem. It might be that war is something that every nation would want to avoid at all costs and use it as a last resort option because of the drawbacks it might have.

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This is assuming all alliances have the same military prowess, are equally active, and no two alliances can work together.

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You want to limit alliance membership numbers? Are you kidding me?

 

TG at its peak had maybe 20 members in 2.0. We wrecked alliances 3-4 times our "size". Your number of members has absolutely nothing to do with how good of an alliance you are, except for saying how adept at recruiting you are.

 

VF brought 300+ new people to this game. To join VF. You want to punish them for that, just because you can't pull that many people? NPO has always been huge, it's a huge multi-game alliance/community.

 

 

Besides, have you taken a look at half of these alliance's nations? They're super inactive, and haven't done anything. You feel threatened by that?

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So,

 

Can defeated countries be assimilated into invading countries?

Should abandoned countries be fair game regardless of alliance?

Does anyone else find the increasing price of land a total pain?

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I agree with Dane0's point about alliance quality over quantity, having experienced the roflstomp he's talking about.

 

Capping alliances doesn't have anything to do with war, considering that's the only point you have against it. As Dane0 said, TG had around 20 members in Alpha and along with another 20-30 members of SK, routed an alliance coalition of about 200 nations. Alliance quality isn't measured by the amount of nations you have, it's measured by how competently you can manage your members.

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I agree with Dabigbluewhale.Quality matters over quantity.But the recent inactivity has made everyone lose interest in PT temporarily so very less people are actually growing their nations.

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