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*watches tumbleweed blow across the RMB*

Bears armed, Trive 38, Nova sodor, Comhar, and 1 otherVerwood island archipelago

Glory to Trive.
*nukes tumbleweed*

Cagontia, Nova sodor, and Verwood island archipelago

Verwood island archipelago

*takes the irradiated fragments of tumbleweed, processes it in an advanced laboratory and refines from it a substance to help fight the war on cancer*

Bears armed, Cagontia, and Trive 38

What are everyone's thoughts on the General Assembly resolution up at vote?

Laeral wrote:What are everyone's thoughts on the General Assembly resolution up at vote?

I mean, "wrong hands" is vague...but idk. Is there ever a way to simply amend resolutions?

Cagontia wrote:I mean, "wrong hands" is vague...but idk. Is there ever a way to simply amend resolutions?

No.

The only reason to repeal NAPA is to pursue disarmament. Any other goal can be pursued without a repeal.

Cagontia and Trive 38

The Government is coming!!! Be prepared.

Baswana wrote:The Government is coming!!! Be prepared.

We already have one, but thanks anyway!

Trive 38 and Verwood island archipelago

Verwood island archipelago

Cagontia wrote:We already have one, but thanks anyway!

Yeah we quite like our Government the way it is.

That said if you were just planning on swinging by for a coffee let us know and you'd be more than welcome.

Cagontia and Trive 38

Verwood island archipelago wrote:Yeah we quite like our Government the way it is.
That said if you were just planning on swinging by for a coffee let us know and you'd be more than welcome.

Coffee is Trivian business! Long live the Cheddar-Spiced Cappucinno!

Verwood island archipelago

Llanfairpwllgywngyll

So, me and Trive 38 came into a consensus.
Trivy shall be the short name of the Trivian Empire, that is divided on Trives.
Long live Trivy!
*sends a sheep to every IDU nation's governments, including instruction manuals on wooling*
Baaah!

Verwood island archipelago

Trive 38 wrote:Coffee is Trivian business! Long live the Cheddar-Spiced Cappucinno!

Old Paradise Street in Port Suddery (our capital) is host to many famous independent coffee houses - I bet some would love to include Trivian blends in their range.

Verwood island archipelago wrote:Old Paradise Street in Port Suddery (our capital) is host to many famous independent coffee houses - I bet some would love to include Trivian blends in their range.

Go ahead.
As long as they have good cakes.
Trivy loves cakes.

Verwood island archipelago

“Hrarroom!” (= “Greetings”), and a hearty "Welcome to the IDU", for Baswana.

*(sends over a gift basket of this nation's produce, including a large jar of high-quality honey and a large bottle of high-quality maple syrup as well as assorted fruits and nuts, for each of those countries’ national governments)*

Cagontia and Trive 38

Bears armed wrote:“Hrarroom!” (= “Greetings”), and a hearty "Welcome to the IDU", for Baswana.
*(sends over a gift basket of this nation's produce, including a large jar of high-quality honey and a large bottle of high-quality maple syrup as well as assorted fruits and nuts, for each of those countries’ national governments)*

Baswana...
Cool name.

Verwood island archipelago

Bugger, bugger and bugger.

I'm desperately trying to get my tax down to below the 20% threshold and my civil rights up but every decision I take seems to increase tax and lower civil rights!!!!

Verwood island archipelago wrote:Bugger, bugger and bugger.
I'm desperately trying to get my tax down to below the 20% threshold and my civil rights up but every decision I take seems to increase tax and lower civil rights!!!!

A long time ago, i figured out that the only way to get the tax rate down was to never choose an option that implies more spending and thus more taxes, or to dismiss the issue, and when a tax cut or spending cut is an option to select it, no matter what. It may take a while, but this strategy will get the tax rate to zero, You can select opyions that improve your civil rights rating without spending or increasing taxes, but that too takes time/

Trive 38 and Verwood island archipelago

Verwood island archipelago

Grosseschnauzer wrote:A long time ago, i figured out that the only way to get the tax rate down was to never choose an option that implies more spending and thus more taxes, or to dismiss the issue, and when a tax cut or spending cut is an option to select it, no matter what. It may take a while, but this strategy will get the tax rate to zero, You can select opyions that improve your civil rights rating without spending or increasing taxes, but that too takes time/

Thanks for the advice.

The 'problem' that I have is that I'm trying to achieve several things which generally do require an increasing tax (scientific advancement, good environment, good public health care, good public education, good public transport and a relatively low crime rate).

Beyond this I'm happy to support free enterprise so long as my citizens enjoy Civil Liberties and political freedoms.

I'm also trying to achieve a tax rate of less than 20%.

I've managed to achieve these goals with Nova Sodor but it does take a little bit of luck in getting the right issues at the right time.

To make the game more challenging I've also decided not to dismiss issues (making a rod for my own back and all that!).

Pleased to be the least primitive in the region :-)

Verwood island archipelago

Has anyone else noticed how the results of issues are different for different nations.

I've noticed it with Nova Sodor and the Archipelago. It's hard to say what causes the difference but the difference in results can be quite significant.

“Hrarroom!” (= “Greetings”), and a hearty "Welcome to the IDU", for Mikkel, and "Welcome back" for SchutteGod.

*(sends over a gift basket of this nation's produce, including a large jar of high-quality honey and a large bottle of high-quality maple syrup as well as assorted fruits and nuts, for each of those countries’ national governments)*

(Will Boricuastan be returning too?)

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Verwood island archipelago wrote:Has anyone else noticed how the results of issues are different for different nations.
I've noticed it with Nova Sodor and the Archipelago. It's hard to say what causes the difference but the difference in results can be quite significant.

Yes, I've noticed this. Sometimes it's just a case of smaller nations being easier to change than larger ones, but sometimes it depends on how the option chosen compares to your government's previous policies as well.

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Today, this nation has risen to to #184 in the world for 'Most Cultured'.

^_^

Malabra, Cagontia, and Trive 38

Verwood island archipelago

Bears armed wrote:
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Yes, I've noticed this. Sometimes it's just a case of smaller nations being easier to change than larger ones, but sometimes it depends on how the option chosen compares to your government's [i]previous
policies as well.
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Today, this nation has risen to to #184 in the world for 'Most Cultured'.
^_^

Glad I'm not the only one.

It really caught me out one time when I made the decision for either Nova or the Archipelago - really liked what I saw. Mirrored the decision a few days later for my other nation and got quite a negative result.

Congrats on your 'most cultured' position - not long now before you're number one!

Glory to Trivy!
36 :^)

Verwood island archipelago

“Hrarroom!” (= “Greetings”), and a hearty "Welcome to the IDU", for Virga.

*(sends over a gift basket of this nation's produce, including a large jar of high-quality honey and a large bottle of high-quality maple syrup as well as assorted fruits and nuts)*

Cagontia

Verwood island archipelago

Trive 38 wrote:Glory to Trivy!
36 :^)

You're beating 58 other nations!

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