how to change rules of alliances in SRU?

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how to change rules of alliances in SRU?

#1 Post by Damian WSD » Jul 10 2018

Hi all.
Where in the game files I can find the rules of alliances?
I want to change these rules for my country.

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Re: how to change rules of alliances in SRU?

#2 Post by Balthagor » Jul 10 2018

How treaties work is hard coded, it cannot be modded.
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#3 Post by Damian WSD » Jul 10 2018

What a pity. Indeed, It was possibile to modify allies treaties in SR 2010 scenarios. I'm thinking about the initial conditions of the game.
Not about modfications during the game...

For example.
I want to establish an allay treaty between Poland and Russia as a initial conditions of the scenario. And this is not possibile? Why?

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Re: how to change rules of alliances in SRU?

#4 Post by Balthagor » Jul 10 2018

Damian WSD wrote:
Jul 10 2018
... I'm thinking about the initial conditions of the game.
Not about modfications during the game...
Oh! As in who is allied with who? I thought you meant the effect that a treaty gives in game.

To set treaties, it can be done in relations overrides or as scripted events. Both should be detailed in the gamepedia (formerly Supremewiki)
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#5 Post by Damian WSD » Jul 11 2018

I discovered numerous errors in AI combat operations. If you want to discuss this topic...
And another question.

it is a pity that nuclear weapons can not be used as a card in negotiations between nations. For example to end militarny conflcts or to force good political or economic arrangements on other countries.

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