Aus Ministry of Culture
Before fighting, It is recommended that you join an MU (Military Unit). There are several MU’s to choose from and some supply you with weapons and food. Also they set a Daily Order each day from which upon completing, will be awarded the 5 parts to make a bazooka, and also an Energy Bar. To join an MU, click on the Community tab
and then click on Military Unit
This will open up a new page showing the various MU’s available in your country.
Clicking “show more” will reveal more MU’s. Clicking until you can no longer click “show more” will reveal all MU’s available.
Clicking on the MU’s avatar will bring you to its home page, where you can see it’s members and the option to join.
Once you have decided on which Military Unit to join, click on join and you will be brought to the members home page of the Unit, where you can see the recruits orders, and later on, the Daily Order.
These orders can also be seen on your home page.
Gaining rank points
The only way to increase a citizen’s rank is to defeat your opponents, in a war, on a battlefield and completing special Missions. Citizens receive Rank Points after they have successfully defeated an opponent. The amount of Rank Points depends on the amount of influence a soldier adds, after defeating an opponent. For example, if a player defeats an opponent and adds +50 war influence in any given battle, he/she also receives 5 Rank Points (influence/10).
Note: Natural enemy bonus does not affect to the amount of rank points received.
Upon completing the Recruits orders, the Daily Order will be available to see and do.
OK kids, you have made it past your first day of work and training and you are now probably wondering how you can help you country even more by taking on the enemy on the battlefield. At first you may be daunted by the fact, or, as most people do, plunge headlong into the water without checking for rocks first.
All battles take place right here, and has lots of useful information at a glance. Each fight takes 10 health, and each enemy can take up to 6 or 7 fights to kill, so be sure you can afford food to finish at least one fight. I will try and explain to you some fighting theories and also what everything is on the battlefield, pictured here. This shows mine and my opponents strength, our weapons, rank and also the country in which my opponent is fighting from..
Lets begin at very top of the page.
This indicates how much influence (also called damage) each side has done. As you can see, the home team (Blue) has had less influence in the fight than the enemy has had. There is also a timer. This indicates how much time is left in the current battle. As you can see your side (Blue) is losing this battle so far.
Battle??? Please explain!!!!!!
Every campaign has 8-15 battles which last from 1 and a half hours to 2 hours depending on how dominant one combatant is.
The battle is automatically closed after 2 hours, even if the sides don’t reach 1800 points.
The winner of each divisional battle is the side that first reaches over 1800 points, or the one who has more points after 2 hours of battle. Every minute one side has over 50% control will award the side with a number of points depending on the time.
0-30 minutes into the battle, 10 points at every minute;
31-60 minutes into the battle, 20 points at every minute;
61-90 minutes into the battle; 30 points at every minute;
91-120 minutes into the battle, 60 points at every minute
In order for a battle to end, every division needs a side to reach 1800 points. If one division finishes before the rest they must wait until all divisional battles are finished before the next one can begin. This way all divisions start at the same time each battle.
If both countries have 1800 points at the end (division is tied), defender will be declared as winner.
Division Type Experience Level Required Experience Points
I National Guard 1 – 24 0
II Soldiers 25 – 29 5,000
III Special Forces 30 – 36 25,000
IV Tanks 37+ 60,000
Divisions collect points for reaching 1800 points on their side. The breakdown of points is as such
1st Division = 1 point
2nd Division = 2 points
3rd Division = 3 points
4th division = 5 points
Once a side has reached 83 points in total, the campaign will end.
Battle hero achievements are awarded in every battle to 8 soldiers: One to each citizen with the highest influence in their separate division, on both sides. If 2 citizens deal the same influence, citizen with the higher XP will receive the Battle Hero medal.
Ok lets do this thing…
Each fight usually takes 2-3 hits. Sometimes it may take only one, sometimes four or more. It depends on their strength, your strength and the weapons that you are using. For each one of these fights you will lose 10 energy.
You can use the button below
to swap through any Q weapons you have.
Hit the fight button.
After you have used the fight button you will kill your opponent. You will also lose energy and how much depends on how many hits are needed to kill your opponent. Once you kill your opponent the “Add Influence” screen will appear. Click “Add influence”
Only then will your influence count and you will receive a new opponent.
Resistance Wars (RW)
Resistance wars are fought when any territory of your country is conquered. To support a Resistance war will cost 1000 CC and it needs the support 9 other citizens (10 in total) and you must be located in a conquered territory. On the home page you will see a RW banner with upto 10 available slots for citizens to show their support. Only one RW can be started at any one time, and if the war is lost, 24 hours from the finish of the war must pass before another can take place. If the war is won, another RW can be started immediately.
Natural Enemy (NE)
A country can choose a natural enemy once every 7 days. Only countries that share a border with your nation can be selected as NE and this must be both proposed and voted on by congress.
You can get free supplies by joining an army like the Australian Defence Force.You can hop into IRC and chat to them at #ADF and they will help you join and tell you where to fight that will help the country.
First Day Part 1
First Day Part 2
Military Units and Fighting
Energy and What Is It
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