In light of the recent changes to the War Module, we, as a nation, are going to need to reassess our Military's organization. But before I can explain how I think we could best go about that, I must first describe to you the changes that were recently applied, and what they mean. If you have already read about the recent updates and understand the implications, please skip to the assessments.
Starting today, Day 1665, every citizen will be assigned to a "Division" based on their level of experience points. There are now four total Divisions per country.
1.National Guard between lvl 1 - 24
2.Soldiers between lvl 25 - 29
3.Special Forces between lvl 30 - 36
4.Tanks level 37+
Battles are now split into four separate allotments and decided on Divisional levels. What this means is that when a citizen of level 32 joins a battle, he will be fighting in one of the four Divisions (in this case he will be in the 'Special Forces' category) and against only those in his Divisional range (the 'Special Forces'), having no effect on the other three Divisional bouts.
Each Division uses the traditional 50/50 slider that we've all become accustomed to, and are awarded points every few minutes in the traditional manner of having more influence dealt, and thus the larger portion of the slider. The first side that reaches 1800 points in a Divisional bout wins that round for that particular division.
What differs here, however, is that our Citizen's 'Special Forces' can win their Divisional bout with a score of 1800 to 0, and the battle will end immediately for the 'Special Forces' Division, and they will no longer be able to compete in this round. Yet the battle will continue for the other three Divisions until they too reach 1800 points total. This will cause some Divisions to experience down time during battles while they wait on the other Divisions to reach 1800 points.
Each Divisional Bout won per round is worth a certain amount of points toward the Overall Campaign Score.
France wins the round for Divisions 1 and 4, but loses the round for divisions 2 and 3.
France will then be awarded 6 points total towards the overall Campaign Score (5 points for Division 4, and 1 point for Division 1.)
Their Enemy will also receive 5 total points towards their Campaign (3 for Division 3, and 2 for Division 2.)
When either Country reaches a total of 83 points, the Campaign is ended and the victor is declared.
With all this in mind, I believe that we should consider reorganizing our Military Regiments to match those of Divisional requirements.
Putting all those of Division 1 in the same regiment, and like wise, all those of Division 4 in their own regiment.
This will allow Captains to micro manage their regiments influence in battle, based upon where Divisional damage is needed most. If, for example, their Regiments Division is currently winning a round 1700 to 0, the Captain can then make the call to assign their Regiment to another battle, via the Daily Order, in which their Division is tied or losing. This would also prevent up to 30 minutes of down time per battle due to one Division gaining a shutout against the opposing Enemy Division, and having to wait on the rest of the Divisional bouts to reach 1800 points.
This requires active Captains of course, and will abolish the practice of Captains simply not setting orders at all to allow the Commanding Officer's Orders to take effect for all regiments.
At the very least, a Commanding Officer should evaluate his Military Unit and determine which Division is most prominent in his organization. He should then concentrate that Division into regiments, and assign the most active captains to fill the role of battle analysis for those Regiments.
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