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Postby Dazinho » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:58 pm

We are now the leading party in Vorona - how long do you think it will take before our free market policies start to reflect in better economic performance?

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Re: Question

Postby Doc » Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:39 pm

Dazinho wrote:We are now the leading party in Vorona - how long do you think it will take before our free market policies start to reflect in better economic performance?

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I'm not an expert or a moderator, but I'll say that one answer is never, because the economic model in this game doesn't work like that. Especially if I understand, in Verona. It was not exactly completed.

So economics is RPed, for the most Part.

So the other answer is: (and anyone can check me if I am wrong) whenever you RP it to take effect. And whatever you RP the effects to be.

I hope this helps. :)
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Re: Question

Postby Dazinho » Wed Jun 20, 2018 4:48 am

Doc wrote:
Dazinho wrote:We are now the leading party in Vorona - how long do you think it will take before our free market policies start to reflect in better economic performance?

Thanks


I'm not an expert or a moderator, but I'll say that one answer is never, because the economic model in this game doesn't work like that. Especially if I understand, in Verona. It was not exactly completed.

So economics is RPed, for the most Part.

So the other answer is: (and anyone can check me if I am wrong) whenever you RP it to take effect. And whatever you RP the effects to be.

I hope this helps. :)


Thanks - fairly new to the game so not sure what certain terms mean.

What exactly is an RP and how would I go about doing/requesting one?

Much appreciated.
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Re: Question

Postby Wu Han » Wed Jun 20, 2018 5:08 am

Dazinho wrote:
Doc wrote:
Dazinho wrote:We are now the leading party in Vorona - how long do you think it will take before our free market policies start to reflect in better economic performance?

Thanks


I'm not an expert or a moderator, but I'll say that one answer is never, because the economic model in this game doesn't work like that. Especially if I understand, in Verona. It was not exactly completed.

So economics is RPed, for the most Part.

So the other answer is: (and anyone can check me if I am wrong) whenever you RP it to take effect. And whatever you RP the effects to be.

I hope this helps. :)


Thanks - fairly new to the game so not sure what certain terms mean.

What exactly is an RP and how would I go about doing/requesting one?

Much appreciated.


RP means role-play. You can find many instances of it on here (the forums). Vorona is a pretty inactive country, but you can see some of the roleplay that players there have produced here.

Particracy as a game was never totally completed, and so most serious players in the game consider role-play posts more important than in-game economics. The quality and quantity (among other factors) of role-play is considered by the Global RP Committee when they produce the country ranking lists every six months. You can look at the most recent list here. As I mentioned, Vorona is one of the most inactive countries in the game and so it is ranked as weak militarily and economically.

If this doesn't answer your questions, or spawns more, I encourage you to join the Particracy Community Discord server, where many more players will be able to respond in a more timely way: https://discord.gg/RM8xwjf
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