Not the extra levels, just the government. Another city cant be designated as the capital until the city with the higher levels is conquered though.Good solution! So basically, if you demolish the senate to 26, you will lose all the extra levels and researches 24 hours later? Just checking I understand it correctly.
It might be a bit simplistic, but you could relate it to the island quest choices, i.e. you split the 8 governments into 4 wisdom-related governments and 4 war-related governments. Maybe if you have chosen a much higher amount of war quest options than wisdom quest options, you are limited to the 4 war governments, while the reverse would happen in terms of limiting you to wisdom governments. And if you had a fairly even split, you would get access to both, as a reward for balanced decisions?
Yeah. Sorry, I couldn't remember where I saw someone mention the quests, which is why I didn't reference it. I like the weighted system, I just wasn't sure how it could be done without making it too complicated.that's kind of a build on something i brought up earlier? but a little better thought out. i like it, although the even split, mmm, more like a weighted system, tipping one way or the other, making some stuff occur more frequently and other stuff less.
I figured there could be different levels of reputation that have different benefits/disadvantages.that's cool, i like the way you put it. think of it like one of those old kids books, where what you choose, determines which page you turn to next, never knowing exactly where the story will lead you. that's fun stuff!!
It would be hard for someone to get senate level 26 before reaching 2500 points (might be impossible). I might add 2 cities as a requirement tomorrow.I think the whole government system should not kick in till you have your 2nd city, so that is at least 2500 points... before you have 2 cities, your just city state...