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ScottenChi -> "Independents" reclaiming planets (6/21/2012 5:17:59 PM)

I think I'm playing 1.7.12 and this may have been changed. But in my current game, I've seen this interesting behavior:

Several independent planets have changed into new empires. And then something happens (a revolution?) and the 1-planet empire turns back into an independent planet. I believe the message says something like "Independent defeated the Boskara Guilds".

Also in this game, I was at war with the Sluken. I moved my troopships to one of his world, and noticed the planet has 6 troops: 3 from "Independent" fighting 3 Sluken Empire. I dropped ~ 40 of my troops. I expected to win this battle easily, but instead the Independents captured the planet and my armies became his!! I thought the empire with the largest army would take the world, but apparently this isn't the case when the Independents are part of the combat.




jpwrunyan -> RE: "Independents" reclaiming planets (6/22/2012 7:18:18 AM)

Was this preceeded by a government change or civil war event?




ScottenChi -> RE: "Independents" reclaiming planets (6/22/2012 8:40:10 PM)

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ORIGINAL: jpwrunyan

Was this preceeded by a government change or civil war event?


Not sure - this is another empire whose planet is 'revolting'? I restarted from a save game and this time, I waited for the 'revolution' to end. The Sluken player eventually won that combat, and I invaded and took over the planet.




Shadow Tiger -> RE: "Independents" reclaiming planets (6/23/2012 8:36:57 PM)

That's not a bug, it's a feature! The brown coats have a way of turning people to their side. [:D]




tjhkkr -> RE: "Independents" reclaiming planets (6/25/2012 12:45:42 PM)

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ORIGINAL: Shadow Tiger
That's not a bug, it's a feature! The brown coats have a way of turning people to their side. [:D]


It is a feature... last time I heard that, a major application was choking all over itself... [;)][:D][sm=00000289.gif][sm=00000280.gif]




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