For those who haven’t read my previous articles, this is basically a bunch of data presented in with graphs, charts and a map. I take my data from the MU ranking pages, which lists the top 5 Military Units, in terms of total opponents defeated the previous day. These numbers are not 100% reliable for a few reasons, so take them with a grain of salt. despite the drawbacks I would still argue that the statistics should reveal a fairly accurate picture of each nation’s military capabilities.
So let’s get to the pie!
You can see all the raw data, as well as the original graphs and charts here.
If you’re comfortable browsing through GDocs, I’d recommend you check it out. If not, as usual, I’ll post the images below. Enjoy.
And here’s my personal favourite part of the whole thing. This map basically shows the amount of kills each country made. The scale on the left provides the exact numbers for comparison, though if you go to the live map on the GDoc, hovering over a country will tell you exactly how many opponents the country defeated. Basically the darker a country is, the more kills they have.
You can see the previous stats and charts here
As an extra pie, since eCanada just had congressional elections, I decided to do something based off that. While most people look at how many members of congress were elected based on political affiliation, I thought it'd be interested to see how the MUs are represented in congress. "Other", is used when a MU has a single member of congress (so, if "Other" has 3 members of congress, that means there are 3 MUs who have only 1 member in congress.) Kelly Mahoney gets her own piece of pie for not belonging to any MU. So let's see which MUs are more politically active.
O que é isso?Estás a ler um artigo escrito por um cidadão do eRepublik, um imersivo jogo de estratégia baseado nos países do mundo real. Cria uma personagem e ajuda o teu país a alcançar a glória, enquanto te tornas num herói de guerra, num editor reconhecido ou num guru das finanças.