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    J0HNJ0HN@aol.co
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    Occupation

    Just what are the overall consequences of invading your own provinces? I
    know it says a -1 loyalty to the provinces in question every turn it remains
    occupied. How long does a province remain occupied? Do you have to re invest
    the province to get control or regain control of it? How do you unoccupy your
    own provinces?

  2. #2
    Sean Brown
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    Occupation

    > -> Just what are the overall consequences of invading your own provinces?

    > What I use is that invading your own provinces is the same as declaring
    > martial law and sending the troops onto the street. Once there they can
    > destroy holding etc until no longer needed. As for the -1 loyalty rating, if
    > the ruler of the province has maximum law he can ignore 2 loyalty changes
    > every turn due to the high law.
    > To unoccupy your provinces you would send the troops back to their barracks or
    > move them out of the province.

    I use a similar method in my campaign, however, I do not allow high
    law holdings to affect this change in loyalty. I believe that by
    occupying your own provinces, you sort of negate the value of having
    the law (remember, troops occupying a province act as the law for tax
    purposes, so why not superceed it in all other instances?) This acts
    as a little bit more of a deterrant to te PC's...it is much too easy
    to eliminate the more "uncooperative" holdings within your own
    provinces. You can occupy the province with one action, destroy the
    holdings with the next then leave on the third...this would mean NO
    loyalty loss, because the provinces were not held for the full
    season. In my campaign, as soon as the land is occupied, the loyalty
    dops one instantly (I mean, who really likes to be invaded,
    regardless of who it is.)

    Sean

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    Ian Hoskins
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    Occupation

    On 10-Apr-97, J0HNJ0HN@aol.com set out across the seas with this message:
    - -> Just what are the overall consequences of invading your own provinces?
    I
    - ->know it says a -1 loyalty to the provinces in question every turn it remains
    - ->occupied. How long does a province remain occupied? Do you have to re invest
    - ->the province to get control or regain control of it? How do you unoccupy
    your
    - ->own provinces?

    What I use is that invading your own provinces is the same as declaring
    martial law and sending the troops onto the street. Once there they can
    destroy holding etc until no longer needed. As for the -1 loyalty rating, if
    the ruler of the province has maximum law he can ignore 2 loyalty changes
    every turn due to the high law.
    To unoccupy your provinces you would send the troops back to their barracks or
    move them out of the province.

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