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Proxy War Relations issue

#1 Post by Fistalis » Jan 28 2012

Nations participating in a proxy war against another relation improves everyones relations toward them.
For example. Start as France. CHeck your relations with N. Veitnam BEFORE you even unpause it.

Now wait for Other nations to engage North veitnams troops. (keep yours back to make it easier, but other nations won't send any troops if you don't engage at least once)
Notice the first time one of your allies engages A north vietnamese troop it improves your relations with north vietnam. Eventually maxing out the diplomatic and Civilian relations of every one in the alliance toward North vietnam once enough allies join. :-?
After 2 allied nations engage N. Vietnam. Frances relations toward vietnam = satisfied.
After 4 your Delighted with them.. :lol:

I'm not sure your allies joining in a proxy war should improve your relations toward the country your at war with.
If it was a defensive situation it would be even worse.
Think country A attacks country B.
Country B's allies all join in to defend against the agression.
All of a sudden the whole world loves country A.

Add into this the fact that a country joining into a proxy war gives you C.B. against them.
So now country A attacks country B.
Country C is allied with country B. So shows up to help.
The world gains C.B. toward country C while everyone in the world loses C.B against country A.
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Re: Proxy War Relations issue

#2 Post by domcoppinger » Feb 18 2012

Yeah, it has been mentioned before that the diplomatic effects of engaging in a proxy war should be changed/increased. If you want to bolster a nation WITHOUT any diplomatic consequences, then send the nation some military units and let it fight the war. However if you actively place units into a nation and then proceed to attack the enemies of that nation then your diplomatic relationship with that nation should suffer and internationally your relations should suffer the same amount (or maybe slightly less) than if you were in a state of war!
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Re: Proxy War Relations issue

#3 Post by jimmyflow » Mar 03 2015

So, to understand this correctly;

I'm playing Germany in 1936. Egypt is a country in which proxy wars can be fought.

a) In order to participate in a proxy war (I want Egypt as an ally), I must actively move troops into that country and attack a country it has poor relations with?


b) Declare war against that country and let others fight over it?

I understand what a proxy war is in RL, but your post is somewhat confusing to me in regards to participating in a proxy war in SR:U (or any version). Would appreciate some additional insight.

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