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    colonialnation = yes

    Hi all,

    One more question from me. In the Scenario files, there is the stat for colonialnation = yes/no

    I am curious, what does this "colonialnation" definition actually do? Does it affect how the AI prioritizes expansions and wars/conquests? What happens if I changed it to yes? Will the AI behave differently and prioritize expansionism and wars differently?

    Or maybe all it does is gives a few bonuses to colonial-related actions and attempts??

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    in vic wiki, if yes, country has claim buildings or colonies anywhere in the world

    i think that in the ftg could be the same meaning.
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    In EU2 this parameter defines which countries are "frontier countries" and get additional colonists, like Russia.
    In FTG this parameter seems to be ignored and frontier countries are those that own or are adjacent to a land province with <1000 pop and a land connection to the country's capital.
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    So it does nothing? What about 'colonialattempts' and 'major' ?

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    Colonialattempts is very well explained in the EU2 Colonization FAQ:

    http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/...ion-FAQ-v1.08&

    In other words.... the more you ATTEMPT to colonize (by sending out settlers for either trade posts or settlements), the easier it gets.

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    I don't get it. Does that mean if I put 'yes' instead of 'no' it just means I have an overall better chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suleyman View Post
    Hi all,

    One more question from me. In the Scenario files, there is the stat for colonialnation = yes/no

    I am curious, what does this "colonialnation" definition actually do? Does it affect how the AI prioritizes expansions and wars/conquests? What happens if I changed it to yes? Will the AI behave differently and prioritize expansionism and wars differently?

    Or maybe all it does is gives a few bonuses to colonial-related actions and attempts??
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    hi toio do you have your own mod you can upload

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