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I would like this to be a socio-political decision for the government to take. Or either you allow promotion of slaves or you ban them. But I agree with you that micro managing as now has to go.Idk if this is a policy that can be done. But it would be nice to stop micro setting provinces to not soave promotion
Indeed. I love my slave plantations to be filled with slaves. Not promote and travel to the citiesI would like this to be a socio-political decision for the government to take. Or either you allow promotion of slaves or you ban them. But I agree with you that micro managing as now has to go.
I would like this to be a socio-political decision for the government to take. Or either you allow promotion of slaves or you ban them. But I agree with you that micro managing as now has to go.
I think its just plainly bad design. A peaceful society that didnt go to war and raid slaves just didnt enslave its own population to keep a 25% ratio. This issue is even more ridiculous when freemen and citizens migrate to place to just be enslaved in mass. There should be no ratio of slaves. If you want slaves raid them. The ones you get are the ones you keep. They wont promote. You want more? Do what Rome did and go more to war to get more slaves.
For this you would have to remake the economy and not make it completely dependant on slaves, so if you dont have slaves you basically starve which is what happens now. Freemen should produce trade goods, just less of them than slaves. And there should be trade goods slaves can't produce like urban trade goods.
But as of now I understand there has to be a mass enslavement of your own population policy to keep the economy and trade going, or else there wouldnt be any surpluses almost except for big expanding empires that enslave a lot. Still I think its bad game design and should be changed.
So you could say that the current slave ratio is an abstraction of people getting enslaved, because of debt or voluntary slavery - and promoting of course, getting released from slavery by the slave owner as many slaves of course seeked freedom, if they had a perspective for the time after slavery.
thought it was appropriate to bring it up.
No I know whats the abstraction, but it doesn't make sense.
Then what is the abstraction, if you know it and my explanations are getting ignored by you? I fully agree that Rome needed to expand to keep the slave numbers high, but the debtor/creditor enslavement was definitely a thing. Therefore it's an explanation for this abstraction - I didn't say it's an good abstraction, but just as background information.