Loyalty

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mlsmith45
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Loyalty

Postby mlsmith45 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 4:12 pm

How does loyalty work? I was playing the USA and was in the second term. I had 75% approval with the voters, but was only getting 1 political capital from my ministers? And it never increased. I was hoping to change the US's crazy gun control laws and reduce their armed police, but I could never do it. During the first term, I had low voter support, but higher minister loyalty.

How can you increase your minister loyalty?
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Re: Loyalty

Postby jeffryfisher » Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:51 pm

I wish I knew the answer. I am likewise totally flummoxed by the ministers. I try to choose people whose special-interest groups are happiest, but that doesn't work. Maybe they only care about improvement in their groups' ratings, so we're supposed to choose ministers whose groups are unhappy but about to get what they want.

I just wish that things like strong GDP and rising incomes would buoy political capital no matter what any groups or ministers thought of my individual policies. At the very least, a big election victory should boost political capital (because my party just elected a bunch of my cronies to support me in the legislature), but it has no effect. I've won over 90% of the vote before and found myself still with only 11 pol-cap per turn.

In D3, each successful election should spawn a new batch of available ministers whose support groups and political capital reflect the composition and margin of victory.
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Re: Loyalty

Postby mlsmith45 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:38 pm

It's good to hear others totally confused about this. You would think if you were popular in the polls, you'd have more political capital. I also think that after an election, it would at its highest and then slowly degrade until the next election.

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