1914 scenario Russia: battleship IC cost immediately increases

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LRJ

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I've started the 1914 scenario as the Russian Empire and I had some battleships in the production queue costing 0.4 IC. However, after unpausing, these immediately increase to costing 2.5 IC. Why does this immediately change? Surely it was specified as 0.4 IC in the scenario files to ensure it would be progressed at that cost throughout the campaign? Is there a way to fix this cost at the original 0.4 IC?
 

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I've started the 1914 scenario as the Russian Empire and I had some battleships in the production queue costing 0.4 IC. However, after unpausing, these immediately increase to costing 2.5 IC. Why does this immediately change? Surely it was specified as 0.4 IC in the scenario files to ensure it would be progressed at that cost throughout the campaign? Is there a way to fix this cost at the original 0.4 IC?
It's a WAD and this happens all the time. Either that's the cost for the AI or once you unpause, all the production modifiers are calculated based on your sliders and ministers. Probably the latter.
 
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LRJ

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Thanks for clarifying. Is there not a way to fix the IC cost lower for the player too?