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kenfedoroff
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Forgive me if this has been discussed and/or play-tested.

As much as I play this game, I have never bothered to check out the SC scenario editor.

Is it possible to make the USA indusrial centers increase in value by 5 MPPs every year, to more accurately reflect the mobilization of America's industrial might ?

Thanks,

Ken

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Unfortunately no. Economic options for USA using the editor include: additional at-start MPP's, increased IT tech level, and additional at-start research points. You could even make some minor countries like Portugal or Ireland USA-controlled. Making Iraq USA-controlled causes a problem when USSR enters the war and USA is still neutral, so don't do that. Good luck. ;)

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The best thing you could do is as follows:

Give the U.S. 5 chits, and require that they all be put into IT. Thus each time an advance is made, think of it as the U.S. industrializing themselves for the war.

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I suppose programming the ability to modify an industrial center's value with the map editor may be a bitch.... But, if the USA's cities, ports, etc. increased in value every year, the economic might of America would make its presence felt in the current version of SC. By the time the USA enters the War, there are no countries left to plunder to boost their economy.

Most likely, the Russian cities in the Urals should increase in value every year as well.

It seems a little silly that we bid for the Axis and spot points to the Allies.

Ken

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