i read somewhere,cant remember where,that research helps rep

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i read somewhere,cant remember where,that research helps rep

#1 Post by tkobo » Jul 24 2005

Im pretty sure i read somewhere that research helps ones reputation with other regions.

Is this accurate ?

How much ?
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#2 Post by BigStone » Jul 24 2005

I don't know... maybe if it is a - supportive - research... ???

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#3 Post by BattleGoat » Jul 25 2005

There are both Regional Approval Ratings and World Market Approval Ratings changes that are tied to research... depending on what the item is. WMD Research obviously has a LARGE Negative impact on your WM Approval Rating, while items such as Water Conservation and socially responsible research will have positive impacts.
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#4 Post by bergsjaeger » Jul 25 2005

umm i researched WMD's before and the WM was still delighted with me. :lol: course they started to dislike me when i started building the things. :lol: I learned after 2 or 3 scenarios u could try trading for the techs instead.
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#5 Post by CptBritish » Jul 25 2005

I have never researched WMD but i've got the ***kers :lol:

Yea I trade you don't take an impact for it sooooo.

Oh and Btw why doesn't Europe Start with any Nukes? on the World Map
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Just because the Japanese happened to build one near multiple fault lines doesn't make them any more dangerous than they were before the Earthquake.

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#6 Post by tkobo » Jul 26 2005

Are the pluses one shot additions that can get washed away by the tide of negative actions ?

Or are they +s to whatever the current rating is, added in last each time the rating is figured ?
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#7 Post by BG » Jul 26 2005

Has anyone mentioned anything about DAR and res. eff.?It seems to me that they are interconnected(quite logical if it is true)so that the better DAR you have your res. eff. will hit the sky ven if your spending isn't to much.

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#8 Post by ozmono2005 » Jul 29 2005

BG wrote:Has anyone mentioned anything about DAR and res. eff.?It seems to me that they are interconnected(quite logical if it is true)so that the better DAR you have your res. eff. will hit the sky ven if your spending isn't to much.
I've mentioned it and had some results which suggested the same thing but they are not consistent, so its only a maybe

One thing which constently lowers the research effecieny is researching many projects instead of one.

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#9 Post by BattleGoat » Aug 19 2005

tkobo wrote:Are the pluses one shot additions that can get washed away by the tide of negative actions ?

Or are they +s to whatever the current rating is, added in last each time the rating is figured ?
They are one shot additions that are then affected by subsequent actions...
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