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    How to unlock the Become Guatamela decision as the USCA?

    I couldn't figure out how to on the tooltip.

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    On a side note, why is Gran Columbia in this game? Surely it was dissolved by 1836.

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    If you lose all of your non-Guatemalla territory.

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    You have to have all of your territory be Guatemala cores. So basically, if you lose all of your USCA territory.

    I'm hoping that future patches will make keeping the USCA together much harder. On my current game, I have spread a good bit into South America and I am just getting around to wiping out Venezuela for good about 40 years into my game. A bit too easy for my tastes, though I know difficulty is coming very soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PenguinOverlord View Post
    I couldn't figure out how to on the tooltip.

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    On a side note, why is Gran Columbia in this game? Surely it was dissolved by 1836.
    I recall Johan saying they were tweaking it to make the POPs more militant or something.

    And Gran Colombia's in this game? How did I miss that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios Ra View Post
    I recall Johan saying they were tweaking it to make the POPs more militant or something.

    And Gran Colombia's in this game? How did I miss that?
    Maybe not Gran Columbia, but a Columbia that has Panama. I forget, I've been stalling off playing until the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PenguinOverlord View Post
    Maybe not Gran Columbia, but a Columbia that has Panama. I forget, I've been stalling off playing until the update.
    Panama didn't become independent until 1903.

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    Perhaps he means that Gran-Columbia can be released as a nation.

    Though, to be frank, I don't see why it wouldn't. I've "liberated" the country in HoI games before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosunUrashima View Post
    Perhaps he means that Gran-Columbia can be released as a nation.

    Though, to be frank, I don't see why it wouldn't. I've "liberated" the country in HoI games before.
    It would be weird... it would be like calling the United States before the Civil War "Grand America", for no reason other than that later on territories seceded from it. Or the Austrian Empire "Grossösterreich", and similar things.
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    Gran Colombia refers to Colombia with Vezenuela, and other territories in Guyana and Brazil. The separate name was needed to distinguish between that old entity and the modern, smaller Columbia.

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