- Feb 1, 2013
Chinese Investiture - 25% Less AE Impact
Traditions - Lost +100% Enemy Core Creation, gained +20% Cavalry Power
You my good sir, did not check the actual effect of the policy (it's 0.1 yearly reduction )
Natives should take economic anyway (lots of mono/accepted culture to get 100% benefit from buildings post-westernization or as tribal gov't), and sub-Saharan has way more inflation problems than Aztec, as they get the gold providing full inflation immediately if in/near Mali, Kilwa, or Ethiopia and have longer to wait with big inflation until they get to a mitigating factor. Gold is worth it anyway though; just buy a +2 advisor sooner and buy it down here and there.
Poland's 10% discipline likely got cut in half. It's production efficiency and morale might have also been reduced (unless Paradox reverted all the morale cuts that were shown in multiplayer).I wonder, Poland Ideas aren`t on the list .... so .... Ekhm, upgrade from on of the best to the straight top?
It was stated that you need a policy active for 10 years before you can toggle it off.I suppose this has to do a lot with if you can toggle them on and off. Even if i were behind I would toggle on the discipline option for 1 month as I go into a battle.
Thanks, you've just saved my grammy Looks bad indeed as it's much worse than the button pressing in terms of MP.
Eh, I've never stated gold isn't worth it; if anything, I always actively try to conquer some more no matter what my actual monthly inflation increase is. Decrease in build cost isn't that attractive to me as it's still 10 MP per building and as you will already lag behind in tech for a while, you probably wouldn't spend too much MP in buildings either (even more as by the time you've westernized, you might already own quite a hudge empire, ie only spamming buildings would really make a difference in terms of income).
With the Policies in game, you really ought to remove the BS -1 MP malus from Chinese tech groups :|
Its slowing you down.