Plunder event

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morganja
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Plunder event

Post by morganja »

Is this a completely random event? Or is it triggered by something, or can it be avoided. It is turn 17, and I have finally reduced my unrest to 10. Then I get this event with difficulty 185, no matter which choice I make, that gives my unrest +50. If this is random, it seems incredibly game wrecking. If not, it seems as if reducing my unrest results in an automatic increase of unrest by 50.
I kind of feel like it is just a random 'too bad, game over. Thanks for your evening. Am I missing something here?
Foxador
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RE: Plunder event

Post by Foxador »

Lot of events can trigger with any unrest sadly. I've had workers strike on turn 2 because you start the game with 60 happiness and that's enough for them to strike. Pretty much always expect some kind of unrest event if you have over 1 unrest and some kind of strike or people unhappy event if you're below 70+ happiness
zgrssd
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RE: Plunder event

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Unrest breeds more Unrest. Unrest can be fought with troops and security points. But it also must be fought.
You need to get Unrest down ASAP by stationing troops. Otherwise Unrest events will just keep it up.
DW2 Poll:
"Should the Civil and non-Combat Ships loose all or most of their weapon slots?"
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morganja
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RE: Plunder event

Post by morganja »

Is it possible that the citizens are running low or out of food? I can see the state economy stockpiles. How do I know if the unwashed masses are being fed?
Soar_Slitherine
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RE: Plunder event

Post by Soar_Slitherine »

You can check the civilian population's food and credit stocks (the latter of which they use to buy food from the market if necessary) in the Population subtab of the zone tab.
zgrssd
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RE: Plunder event

Post by zgrssd »

ORIGINAL: morganja

Is it possible that the citizens are running low or out of food? I can see the state economy stockpiles. How do I know if the unwashed masses are being fed?
Population should eat Private Food first and foremost
Then Emergency Food
Then the Private Economy buys food with Private Credits

However a effect like that should cause a massive Happiness collapse. Not exactly something that is hard to miss.
DW2 Poll:
"Should the Civil and non-Combat Ships loose all or most of their weapon slots?"
https://www.matrixgames.com/forums/view ... 1&t=382690
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