Sunday, July 15, 2007

Proposal: Keeping everything in order

Reaches Quorum (7-0-2)
Enacted by Hix

Adminned at 17 Jul 2007 13:50:29 UTC

In the rule “Buyout” replace

Immediately after Time is Advanced (and after any negative Cash is multiplied by 1.1), each Parent Corporation must pay $(2 * x)M per Subsidiary it owns, where x is the number of other Parent Corporations in the game.

with

Immediately after Time is Advanced (and after any negative Cash is multiplied by 1.1), each Parent Corporation must pay $(x)M per non-bankrupt Subsidiary it owns and $(5 * x)M per bankrupt Subsidiary it owns, where x is the number of other Parent Corporations in the game.

Having a bankrupt Subsidiary is a bad thing. A good parent corporation should make sure their children are well supplied. Right now, there is no penatly for having a bankrupt Subsidiary, as no one can buy it out from you. On the other hand, I personally think the Subsidiary cost is rather expensive. They can give you at most +250 in production, and cost like 20 per. They should be more advantageous than that.

Comments

Chivalrybean:

07-15-2007 04:00:13 UTC

for

Zephyr:

07-15-2007 05:44:51 UTC

imperial

Brendan:

07-15-2007 05:52:54 UTC

for

ChronosPhaenon:

07-15-2007 14:02:50 UTC

for

Night:

07-15-2007 17:23:42 UTC

for

Kevan:

07-15-2007 18:03:12 UTC

for

Hix:

07-15-2007 19:14:19 UTC

imperial

Denis Brandao:

07-16-2007 13:08:13 UTC

for