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Are you sure about that? For both leaders and monarchs, Havard says that ID maximum is 20000 with IDs below 15000 reserved by Paradox.Norrefeldt said:If you mean that a monarch and a leader that have the same ID will result in a conflict that blocks one of them, you are right. Leader range is till 200.000 and monarchs only till 20.000, so no future leaders should get ID:s under 20.000, to reduce the chance of conflicts.
Sounds good, the only change that I think should be considered is in regards to the monarch ids (e.g. take a look at the GEN and ITA monarch files). I would suggest a lower default number (perhaps 40?). This would leave us a pool from which we can draw additional ids. If you want to keep nations in numbered sequence, all I can suggest is that some nations have more ids than others. Whatever is done, I doubt it will be perfect. Somebody...somewhere is going to want to add an alternate line of monarchs to the most unlikely nation.Jinnai said:We have a maximum potential of 231 nations so 1000 would be too much
We can do a max of 779 per nation, but 779 is such an odd number to go by so either 700/750/775 (if we want to go with the max number reasonably divisable between each) for every nation or we can go with the number 500 which is much more easily divisable.
For monarchs 86 is the maximum (as 20 000 max for monarchs and after that is leaders)...i think 85 would be best for this for simplicity.
And no matter what, each will be the same as ranges will be based on tags, not nations in case nations are moved/dropped/added.
The last point is impotant as it affects events moreso.
Your right (I should have known someone would do the math. ), only two monarch files exceed 80. The remaining 1,520 ids should be enough, or as Bill Gates once said, "Who will ever need more than 64K of RAM".Norrefeldt said:500 for leaders sounds fine. Even if we let the monarchs range to 80/tag, we would have 1520 extra ID:s for those special nations, and almost all nations can get by on 80, so we would very rarely have to use those extra.