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Fight Rebels A
few important points before you send your troops to attack the
rebels: *
If you fail in the attack then more civilians will join the rebels
(depending on your government type). *
The rebels have the same technology level as your troops
have. *
Each antirebel technology will increase your chances to find the best
tactics against the rebels and win the
battle. *
Your chances of success depend on how many troops you fight with and how
many levels of antirebels technology you possess. *
Each level of antirebel technology increases the chance of winning the
battle by 1%
Fight rebels
battle calculations *
If your troops’ number is equal to the rebel troops’ number, then
your chance of success will be 30% *
If your troops have 1+ times more in numbers than the rebels, then your
chance of success will be 37% *
If your troops have 2 times more in numbers than the rebels, then your
chance of success will be 55% *
If your troops have 3 or 4 times more in numbers than the rebels, then
your chance of success will be 80% *
If your troops have 5 to 9 times more in numbers than the rebels, then
your chance of success will be 95% *
If your troops have 9 times more in numbers than the rebels, then you will
win the battle without losses. *
If the rebels have a little more in numbers than your attacking
troops, then your chance of success will be
20% *
If the rebels have double the number of your attacking troops, then your
chance of success will be 10% *
If the rebels have 3 or 4 times more in numbers than your attacking
troops, then you will lose the battle with heavy losses but you will cause
a little harm to the enemy forces. *
If the rebels have 5 times or more in numbers than your attacking troops,
then you will lose the battle!
Covert
Action Calculations A few important
points: *
If it’s written that you attack with 50 troops then only 50 enemy troops
will fight you in battle. *
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If the defending side has max 1000 troops then 1 technology level will be
added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 5000 troops then 2 technology levels will be
added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 10000 troops then 3 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 25000 troops then 4 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 50000 troops then 5 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 100000 troops then 6 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 250000 troops then 7 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 500000 troops then 8 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 1000000 troops then 9 technology levels will
be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has max 2000000 troops then 10 technology levels
will be added to his troops. *
If the defending side has more then 2000000 troops then 20 technology
levels will be added to his troops.
Battle
calculations for covert actions *
If your troops’ number is equal to the enemy troops’ number, then
your chance of success will be 30% *
If your troops have 1+ times more in numbers than the enemy troops, then
your chance of success will be 37% *
If your troops have 2 times more in numbers than the enemy troops, then
your chance of success will be 55% *
If your troops have 3 or 4 times more in numbers than the enemy troops,
then your chance of success will be 80% *
If your troops have 5 to 9 times more in numbers than the enemy troops,
then your chance of success will be 90% *
If your troops have 9 times more in numbers than the enemy troops, then
you will win the battle without losses. *
If the enemy troops have a little more in numbers then your attacking
troops, then your chance of success will be
20% *
If the enemy troops have double the number of your attacking troops,
then your chance of success
will be 10% *
If the enemy troops have 3 or 4 times more in numbers than your attacking
troops, then you will lose the battle with heavy losses but you will cause
a little harm to the enemy forces. *
If the enemy troops have 5 times or more in numbers than your attacking
troops, then you will lose the battle!
Attacking
with fixed numbers If
it’s written that only a fixed number of units will attack the enemy then
the enemy will have the same amount against your attacking
units. For example: limited respond actions.
If the enemy has a lot of units then the system can
add him extra units to the battle. In realty
when enemy have a lot of unit then there is chance that more units will
come to battle. We added
this parameter in the game to bring the action more close to
realty.
War
actions with no fixed numbers If
it’s written that a minimum of 48 jets can attack the enemy and you have
100 jets then all 100 jets will be in combat and the entire army of the
enemy will be against your units.
Example
for technology calculation If
your country has 10,000 troops with technology level 3, then in the battle
it will be calculated that your country has 30,000
troops. If
you have technology level 4, then in the battle it will be calculated that
your country has 40,000 troops and so on… Attacking
quantity * technology = Total unit power.
General
Calculations for Battles *
If your army is equal in strength to your enemy army, then your
chance of success will be 30% *
If your army has a little more strength than your enemy’s army, then your
chance of success will be 55% *
If your army has double the strength of your enemy’s army, then your
chance of success will be 80% * If
your army has more than 3 times the
strength of your enemy’s army, then you will win the battle without losses. *
If your enemy has a little more army strength than you do, then your
chance of success will be 20% *
If your enemy has double the army strength that you do, then your
chance of success will be 10% *
If your enemy has more than 3 times the army strength that you do,
then you will lose the battle with heavy losses and without harming the
enemy forces The military size = military size + technology. (Please look at the example for technology calculations) 