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Ok, I have been playing EU2 for years now and I have never experienced this before but....

Playing Brandenburg, the computer has automatically accepted peace on my behalf (as Brandenburg, not an ally) twice in a row with two consecutive wars against Bohemia/Poland.

The first war I ws getting by butt kicked pretty heavily, and Brandenburg (me) automatically gave Magdeburg to Bohemia. No pop up nothing. My warscore was pretty poor (-57%) so I just assumed it was because of this. However, I've had worse warscores than thsi - I thought you just lost stab if you refused peace on favourable terms.

However, in a second war just five years later (trying to reclaim Magdeburg), with a warscore of about -17% (bad I know but the tide was turning, honest!), my Brandenburg again automatically accepted peace again ceding Danzig to Poland. This has now all but ruined my game.

What gives? :confused:

Playing AGCEEP 1.36 with 1.08 and 19thJune beta.

BTW, my stability was +3 both times.
 

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BTW, I should mention that poland didn't even control Danzig at the time which means that they would have had to have had a warscore in the mid to high thirties to even be able to legitimately claim :wacko:
 

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It certainly isn't the AGCEEP causing it, since that's a game engine thing. Go ask in the General Discussion or bug report forums.
 

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sounds like you lost all core provinces and all provinces land-connected to your capital. Then any peace offered is accepted automatically.
Poland could probably demand Danzig because it was a core province, and the AI is very quick to start demanding provinces if it has positive warscore.

but it is indeed not AGCEEP related.
 

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ForzaA said:
sounds like you lost all core provinces and all provinces land-connected to your capital. Then any peace offered is accepted automatically.

That would be it. I'd lost Brandenburg to the Poles, and even tho I controlled Podolia and Poznan, they managed to grab Danzig in automatic peace.

I checked, and the Poland would have needed 64% warscore to claim Danzig as a core.

Sucks a bit :rofl:

Thanks for the replies tho.