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Subject: [Freeciv-Dev] Re: Another freeciv testing
From: Reinier Post <rp@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 16:40:33 +0100

On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 02:35:55PM +0000, Gregory Berkolaiko wrote:

> > BTW: How much increases a defending diplomat the price to buy
> > a city - does it at all?
> Now that's the right way to think.  I can't answer you question straight
> away but the defending diplomat scaling chance of success down and price 
> up is a good "smooth" regulator on how deadly a diplomat with few coins in 
> his pocket is.  Also buying cities is outrageously cheap in freeciv 
> compared to civ2.

Defending diplomats work like a stack (because they're in a city, this is
the right thing to do), the attacking diplomat faces each in turn, and
has to beat all in order to stand the (normal) a priori chance to
succeed in his mission.  In practice this means that you can't make
a city safe by adding depenfing diplomats of diplchance is high.

If I remember correctly.

> G.


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