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 Post subject: Question about happiness mechanic
PostPosted: 09 Feb 2020, 05:46 

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I am confused about the happiness mechanic. In the guide, it says "Your nation will receive a happiness bonus for each combat won (1%) and a penalty for battles lost (-1%). The gain/loss is applied to each of your nation's provinces equally." However, this rule did not seem to have been followed in one of my games. Before I was about to enter war with another nation, I positioned my ships to beat my opponent in as many battles as possible. For example, if my opponent has 1 ship in a province, I put to there. After we entered war, I must have immediately won around 90 maritime battles (we were both very large nations). My happiness went up with each won battle, but my opponent's happiness did not go down at all. It still remained at around 95%. I was confused because I expected his happiness to go down to zero due to the sheer number of battles that I won. Can anyone explain this? The war was started via my election ballot if it matters.

 Post subject: Re: Question about happiness mechanic
PostPosted: 11 Feb 2020, 13:14 
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I did some testing and there's definitely more to it but it seems you won't lose happiness for a loss on water to water battles.

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