We would like to clarify some aspects about how the Natural Enemy Law (NE) works in terms of timers. For example, let’s take these two cases:
Case 1: If a country has no NE, a NE can be set at any time via a "super majority law" which requires 66% of the Congress votes to pass, as long as the countries share a common border, as stated here.
Case 2: If a country has a NE set and wants to choose another NE (or unset) they can do so if 7 days (7x24 hours) have passed since the original NE bonus has become active ("set" implies that the law has passed and NE bonuses became active). This is mentioned here.
If a war with a NE closes because no common borders are available, the NE is also canceled, as stated here. After the NE is canceled, the country can choose a new NE, as per Case 1.
While the NE mechanics have not changed since it was initially introduced, the "days ago" proposal date format on the laws listing, along with the fact that the 7 days interval is computed since the law has passed and the NE is set do create confusion. Until now, this was solved by providing answers to the tickets sent by the country presidents who were inquiring about the inability to set a NE .
In order to remove the confusion and enable players to accurately compute the 7 days interval, we have added a “proposed at” timestamp on the laws page, as well as the timestamp showing when the current NE was set in the country/military pages.
If you want to share your opinion on this change or if you feel that other timers have similar problems that need to be addressed, we would love to hear about it on the Forum .
Legend Damage Bonus Migration
Each “Legends” Military Rank currently comes with 2 distinct damage bonuses:
the common damage bonus that is unlocked with every new Military Rank (available no matter the side you fight for),
and a special damage bonus of 10% when fighting for the country you reached the milestones in.
Only the special country damage bonus will be migrated to Protectors bonus.
Each citizen will receive a number of Ground Protector points equal to the number of the military rank points he currently has for the country of citizenship. Similarly, Air Protector points will be received based on current aircraft rank points.
For citizens who have achieved Legend ranks in countries other than the country of citizenship, each country will receive protector points equivalent to the rank points required to reach each legend rank.
Your protector levels are available in the dedicated section of the Armory.
A citizen with 1,000,000 Ground Military Rank Points and 150,000 Air Military Rank Points will receive 1,000,000 Ground Protector Points and 150,000 Air Protector Points which count for his Protector levels in his country of citizenship (for air and ground respectively).
A citizen who achieved Legend IV Military Rank and has 53 billion rank points, will receive protector points as following:
- 20 billion points for the Legend I country
- 10 billion points each for the Legend II, III and IV countries respectively
- 3 billion points for their current citizenship country
Fighting as Protector
In order to benefit from the protector bonus, you will need to deploy using a vehicle enrolled for the country you fight for.
You can enroll a vehicle in the Hangar section of the Armory.
If you choose to deploy without an enrolled vehicle, you will only benefit from the damage bonus given by your military rank, therefore it is important to enroll your first vehicle before deploying.
IE: A citizen with 20 Legend ranks obtained from country A, deploying with a vehicle enrolled in country A will benefit from a 200% protector damage bonus when deploying for country A. If the citizen decides to use a non-enrolled vehicle, his damage will not be subject to the protector bonus.
Pilots will also benefit from protector bonuses, as the required damage for the first protector level is similar to the damage required to reach the rank of Aviator. For Ground fighters, the bonuses start at the rank of General **.
The players who have reached the last Legends level will have their rank points above 210 Billion converted into universal ground rank points, which can be then used for any country of their choice, provided they have an enrolled vehicle for that country. The process of converting universal points to country points is irreversible.
What happens to the True Patriot Medal?
The True Patriot medal will be awarded as before.
What happens to the military rank points?
Military rank points amount and progress remain unchanged, with the exception of citizens reaching top Legend rank. After Legend XX, the citizen will no longer accumulate rank points (as there are no new Military Ranks above that level).
Can I enroll my vehicle in more than one country?
No, a vehicle can only be enrolled in one country at the time.
Are there any special benefits from enrolling 2 or 3 vehicles in the same country?
No. As you are only deploying with one vehicle at a time.
Protectors of Nations
Years ago we introduced the Legends ranks to celebrate citizens that went above the line of duty when fighting to free their country from oppressors or expand its territory. During that time the ranks and the damage bonus that came with them became synonymous with success, endurance and commitment.
As years went by, friends turned foes, new friendships blossomed and allegiances shifted. Legends bonuses remained, however, set in stone, crippling the efforts of Legendary Citizens in their quest to lend a hand to their adoptive countries.
Today we are announcing a new feature that will allow citizens to gain the equivalent of Legend rank bonuses in all the countries that matter to them: Protectors of Nations.
Protectors at a glance
Citizens that have proven their allegiance to a country will be able to accumulate Protector Points that count towards their progress to unlock protector levels for that country.
Unlocking Protector levels rewards the player with an extra damage bonus for that country.
The Legend rank extra damage will be migrated to protector levels. After the migration all citizens who reached the Legends of the New World ranks will have the same or higher bonuses.
The amount of protector points gained depends on the damage deployed, the country you fight for (with multipliers when fighting for the country of citizenship or for its allies), and the vehicle used during the deployment.
Vehicles and Armory
Protector progress is tightly related to your vehicles. In order to show your allegiance to a country, you will be able to enroll one of your vehicles to its Armed Forces.
Fighting with an enrolled vehicle for the country of enrollment allows you to gather Protector Points for that country, as well as benefit from your Protector Level in that country.
You can enroll up to 3 vehicles per military branch (Air/Ground) for each country, but keep in mind that having more vehicles enrolled for one country does not translate into higher Protector bonuses, as you will only be deploying 1 vehicle.
Apart from vehicles that were obtained by completing special events, the common vehicles that you unlock by progressing through divisions will be available. This means that if you feel nostalgic for your old light military 4x4 from Division 2, you’ll be able to give it a spin even as a Division 4 fighter.
The collectors among you will also have the option to complete their vehicle collection by collecting special blueprints and building some of those elusive vehicles from scratch.
You will be able to enroll & build vehicles in the Armory. The Armory replaces the Garage and also offers all the tools and info you need to manage your protector progress.
1) Can I still fight if I don't enroll in a vehicle?
Yes, but you will not benefit from your country damage bonus.
2) Is enrollment free?
Yes. But discharging a vehicle from the military will require a special item.
3) If I don't have an enrolled vehicle for a country, I won't get any protector progress when I fight for it, right?
Not quite. You won’t make progress towards the protector level of the country but you will get a small percentage of points in a wildcard pool. You can assign your wildcard points for the protector level of your choice.
Edit: Deploying without an enrolled vehicle: 1% of the damage dealt is converted into protector points for that country
4) I’ve reached the Legend XX rank, what happens to all the rank points I have over that rank?
The extra rank points will be converted to wildcard points with a similar ratio as above.
5) I have 3 legends in one country and 2 in another. What happens after the migration?
You’ll have at least 30% and 20% bonuses, provided you enroll at least one vehicle for each country. And use them when deploying of course.
6) When does this change happen?
In the first week of September. We’ll publish another Latest Update post once we gather your feedback with the launch date and further clarifications if required.
7) Do I need to have all three vehicle slots assigned in order to benefit from bonuses?
You only need one Ground vehicle to benefit from Ground Bonuses and only one Air vehicle in order to benefit from Air Bonuses.
As always, you can offer feedback on Discord or on the eRepublik Forum.
As we prepare to pass another incredible milestone, we are grateful to all the Citizens who shaped the New World for 5,000 days.
This landmark is no doubt the achievement of the heroes who won battles, the leaders who managed to rally communities behind them, the writers who documented history, and, last but not least, all the Citizens who contributed to eRepublik without being in the spotlight.
It is certainly a time of celebration and we’re releasing a special batch of anniversary missions (available until Day 5003 23:59:59) that commemorate some of the most exciting mechanics of eRepublik’s past. Complete missions to win thousands of Ice Creams* and collect a dedicated decoration to mark the event. Don’t forget to check the Shop for some complementary Ice Creams that you can claim on this special day.
It is also a time for change, as we hope to offer many more exciting moments to the current and future Citizens in the next 5000 days.
Air battles in Every Round
Campaigns starting after day 5,001 00:00, will offer a battle zone dedicated to aviators in every round.
- The winner of a Sky Hero medal will receive 10 Gold as a reward.
- An aircraft battle will give 7 campaign points to the winning side.
- An epic aircraft battle will give 14 points to the winning side and 20 Gold to the Sky Heroes.
- A total of 150 campaign points will be required for winning a campaign in war.
Introducing Fuel in Deployments
Starting day 5,004, Fuel will be needed by vehicles in order to join a battlezone.
- If available, a Fuel unit will be used on the first deployment in a new battlezone.
- Every Citizen will start with a pool of 70 Fuel units.
- The Fuel pool replenishes to 70 units weekly, every Tuesday at day change (00:00).
- Extra Fuel can be acquired in the Gold store. Keep in mind that the price of Fuel in the shop starts at 1 Gold and increases with every purchase. The Fuel acquired and not used during the week does not carry on to the next one. The price of Fuel also resets weekly.
As always, you can offer feedback on Discord or on the eRepublik Forum.
Thank you for being part of our journey and thank you for letting eRepublik be a part of yours.
*Ice Creams expire on day 5,015 at 23:59
Starting tomorrow, Day 4,931, we’re saying goodbye to the “Eat” button that has played an important role in the e-life of Citizens all these years.
Citizens will be able to recover Energy from Food automatically without having to use some button and thus properly benefit from larger Energy Pools.
This feature will be available to all players and will replace the old “Eat” mechanic.
Based on your energy Recovery Rate, your Recoverable Energy will be automatically converted into Energy provided you have the required Food in your Inventory.
Automatic recovery stops when you do not have enough Food in your inventory or when your Energy Pool is full.
Food will be used provided you have at least 20 Energy to recover so no food gets wasted in the process.
Energy Bars and other Energy Items
Adding Energy to your pool by using Energy bars and similar energy items is still possible via a new interface that provides more information about the energy pool and the recovery rate.
The Energy Pool
Before the update, everyone had two Energy Pools: one visible and one hidden behind the “Recover Energy” button tooltip. Energy recovery would *stop* after the hidden one was filled, creating the need to “Recover Energy” as a regular burden.
With this update we’re aiming to remove that burden.
Both Energy Pools will be merged into one, thus doubling the amount of Energy it can store without the need to press “Recover Energy” to transfer from one pool to the other.
Before and after:
Houses, Energy Centers and other Special Buildings
Houses, Energy Centers and all other Special Buildings will have their Energy Pool bonuses doubled in order to align with the new Energy Pool.
As always, you can offer feedback on Discord or on the eRepublik Forum.
1. How many resources can a country with 1, 2 or 3 original regions have?
A country with a single region can get up to 4 resources in its original region.
A country with 2 original regions can get up to 8 resources (4 in each region).
A country with 3 or more regions can get up to 10 resources, but not more than 4 in each region.
2. What happens to the current resources of the regions?
The current resources will disappear at the end of the event and the new resources will be added on the map.
3. What happens to Resource Concessions?
When the new resources are added on the Map all existing Resource Concessions will be removed.
4. Does placing a very rare resource affect the placement of a rare resource of the same industry?
No, placing a very rare resource will only prohibit the placement of a similar very rare resource within its specific radius.
A region can have both rare and very rare resources of the same industry.
Example: Rubber blocks Rubber, Grain blocks Grain etc.
5. Can a country have more resources of the same type (industry and rarity)?
Yes, but they need to be placed in different regions (i.e.: one region cannot have 2 Fish resources)
6. Does the area of the region matter for rare and very rare resources?
No, the size of the region does not matter.
7. Will we be able to upgrade aircraft weapons companies?
Yes, once the new resource distribution will be available.
8. How many relocation tokens do I need to move a company?
You need one relocation token per company quality, no matter the distance. (i.e. a Q7 company will require 7 tokens. Raw production facilities will require 1 token).
9. How does the prioritization affect the picked resource?
If 2 or more of the resources available in the resource pool are selected for a region when a token is won the region will get the resource with the highest priority.
We are now displaying the priority explicitly on the resource assignment screen.
Please review your current selection!
Example: A region has Cattle with priority 1 and Fruits with priority 2.
Case 1: If the resource pool has both Cattle and Fruits available, Cattle will be selected.
Case 2: If the resource pool only has Fruits available, Fruits will be selected.
10. Will the domination points be added live or just after the end of the round?
The domination points are added live
After a long hiatus, we’re happy to announce the reintroduction of Combat Orders. Military units will be able once again to devise clever strategies to hold the wall in life or death battles and soldiers will be able to profit by harvesting bounties.
Combat orders as a soldier
Combat orders are only available in Deployment Mode. Whenever combat orders are available on a battlefield, deployments will automatically collect currency based on the influence they add to the wall. If more than one combat order is available the deployment will collect the bounty from the best one available in terms of reward per influence.
The current combat orders are displayed in a new tab in the battle console including bounty, status, domination threshold and budget rating (in terms of how much influence it will cover).
The amount of bounty collected for each deploy can be seen in the deploy report. The total amount of bounty collected in a battle is also available in the Combat Orders tab.
Using Bombs, Rockets and other Special Weapons will also yield Combat Orders payments. Guerilla matches and classic fights will not qualify for combat order rewards.
Just as a reminder, Influence varies with the military rank and is subject to various modifiers such as Region Determination or Natural Enemy status.
In a battle that has x3 Determination, an Aircraft Rank of Flight Lieutenant*** (50% of Damage converts to Wall Influence) deploys 100 damage.
Total influence added to wall: 150 (100 * 0.5 * 3)
Combat Orders as a Military Unit Leader
Commanders will be able to access the Combat order section of the Military Units Hub. This section contains several filters that allow them to create Combat Orders:
Set the campaign, the side, and the division the order is active for. You can only set one Combat Order per campaign per division.
The Combat Order will be available on all the terrains of the division (or sectors in air battles) but will activate based on the domination value of their respective walls.
Considering the variation in influence between standard and specific terrains, commanders will not only need to adapt their strategies and bounties depending on what they are aiming for but also monitor permanently the evolution of the walls if they want to optimize their spending.
Price per influence:
Set how much you are willing to reward 1,000,000 influence.
Threshold for the Combat Order to become unavailable. The order will automatically become available if the domination falls under the specified value again. NOTE: this refers to the domination as seen from the perspective of the side you are supporting.
Combat Order budget:
The amount of money you allocate to fund the Combat Order. The value is automatically credited from the Military Unit’s account.
When adding funding to a Combat Order, a 10% tax will be levied in order to discourage spam or misleading Combat Orders.
Canceling a combat order will result in the unused budget to be returned to the Military Unit account but the collected tax will not be refunded. Therefore commanders should carefully plan their resource allocation to avoid burning currency on the tax.
The currency collected via this tax will be removed from the economy.
Setting a new Combat Order of 10,000 Currency will be subjected to a Tax of 1,000 Currency. The effective Combat Order budget will be 9,000 Currency and a total of 10,000 Currency will be subtracted from the Military Unit’s account.
Updating a Combat Order’s budget from 10,000 to 11,000 Currency (+1000) will be subjected to a Tax of 100 Currency. The effective Combat Order budget will be 10,900 Currency and a total of 1,000 Currency will be subtracted from the Military Unit’s account.
Canceling the Combat Order will credit back the Military Unit account with 10,900 Currency.
As always, you can offer feedback on Discord or on the eRepublik Forum.
Terrains & Attack strategy
Terrains attack strategy is selected by the country attacking the region (the resistance force is considered the attacker for resistance wars). Officials have access to the strategy panel from the campaign map (for both current and past campaigns).
During a round, all 4 ground divisions will fight on the same 2 terrains. The next round will be fought on the next terrains defined in the strategy.
A valid terrain strategy must include all the terrains available. Terrain strategies can be set as default (used to determine the first 2 terrains), or changed for a campaign in progress(for future rounds).
Air battlezones do not have specific terrains.
Attack strategy: Industrial, Urban, Suburbs, Airport, Wasteland, Mountain, Beach, Swamp, Hills, Jungle, Forest, Desert, Plain, Mud
Terrains used for all ground divisions:
Round 1: Industrial & Urban
Round 2: Suburbs & Airport
Round 3: Wasteland & Mountain
Round 4: Beach & Swamp
Round 5: Hills & Jungle
Round 6: Forest & Desert
Round 7: Plain & Mud
Round 8: Industrial & Urban (repeat)
Fighting in terrains
The country-specific Legend Bonus (10% per level) will not be available when fighting in terrains (military rank points gain will be impacted as well).
Only Deploy mode will be available for fighting in terrains.
Max hit mechanics for terrains will be based on the skill of the terrain and not on the total strength.
As bomb damage is not dependent on strength, they will keep their regular values regardless of the terrain type.
Citizens will not be able to fight in non-native division’s terrains if they don’t have an active Maverick Pack enhancement.
True Patriot medal progress on terrains will be based on the terrain skill.
The battlezone that has the highest cumulative damage (attacker and defender) for a division, will gain epic status (2 prestige points per 10 energy spent). Along with it, the other 2 battlezones of that division will also gain the epic status. This applies to Air sectors as well.
Ground Battlezones can also achieve epic status via the regular mechanics, by surpassing the epic threshold (the other 2 battlezones will also gain epic status in this case).
- Division 1 - Standard of Battle X has the highest damage of all Division 1 battlezones in progress.
All Division 1 battlezones of Battle X (Standard, Terrain A and Terrain B) become Epic.
- Division 1 - Standard of Battle Z becomes the battlezone with the highest damage. All Division 1 battlezones of Battle Z (Standard, Terrain C and Terrain D) become Epic. Division 1 of battle X loses epic status for all battle zones (Standard, Terrain A and Terrain B).
We’re making a couple of changes to eRepublik with the intent to address some mechanics which have become obsolete over time and to better emulate the real world.
Cost of Travel
Starting Day 4,605 [00:00], the cost of traveling will no longer be based on travel zones, but on the actual distance (in km) between cities.
The base travel cost will be 10 units of currency per 100 kilometers. When traveling with currency, a minimum cost of 20 currency will be deducted, even if the distance is shorter than 200km.
Travel tickets will allow distances based on their quality, each quality providing 1000km of travel range. Multiple tickets will be used if necessary.
In order for the citizens to adapt their economic strategy to this change, all ticket offers have been withdrawn from the market and the tickets have been returned to the citizens’ inventories.
Travel range of tickets:
Q1 Tickets: 1000 km
Q2 Tickets: 2000 km
Q3 Tickets: 3000 km
Q4 Tickets: 4000 km
Q5 Tickets: 5000 km
Example: Traveling from Lombardy to Kirde-Eesti: 2,001 Km
2x Q1 Travel Tickets OR
1x Q2 Travel Tickets OR
1x Q3 Travel Tickets OR
1x Q4 Travel Tickets OR
1x Q5 Travel Tickets OR
The other mechanics related to travel will remain unchanged.
Starting day 4,606 [00:00], Resistance Wars will be added to the battle queue of the region once the number of supporters is gathered, and it will start unless the region returns to the original owner.
Citizens will now be able to support a Resistance War in any region if at least 24 hours have passed since the original owner has lost control over it.
Region X of country A is under occupation by country B.
The resistance force of country A gathers the required supporters.
The resistance force will be added to the queue.
Country B has an ongoing battle with Country C in Region X.
After the battle between B and C is finished, a new battle will start opposing the resistance force and the winner of the previous battle.
Country B has an ongoing battle with Country A, the original owner in Region X.
If Country B wins the battle, a new battle will start between the resistance force and Country B.
If Country A wins the battle the resistance force will disband and the resistance war will close.
The other mechanics related to Resistance Wars remain unchanged.
As usual, we'd love to hear your feedback on Discord or on the eRepublik Forum.
Starting day 4,565 a number of changes will be applied to the Game Tokens Market.
When adding an offer on the market the seller now has the ability to choose markets where his offer will be listed.
Using the market filters the seller now has the ability to target a country or an alliance with his offer.
This enables sellers to only give access to their offers to allied citizenship players and cut supply lines to foes.
Offers previously posted have a global reach.
With the same strategy in mind, the nationality of the Citizens is now displayed next to the offers on the market.
New limits are now in place when purchasing and using tokens:
1. Citizens can spend tokens to purchase packs from the shop with the value of up to 500 tokens per day.
2. Citizens can use currency to purchase tokens depending on their Military Rank levels. Each day a citizen can purchase tokens up to the sum of their Ground and Air Military Ranks.
Example: If a citizen has a Ground Military Rank of Titan (Rank Level 66) and an Aircraft Military Rank of Flight Lieutenant (Rank Level 26) he will be able to purchase up to 92 (66+26) tokens per day.
You can find the ranks and levels for the Military Ranks and the Aircraft Ranks on our wiki.
As we’re completing the 12th year of eRepublik’s amazing journey together our sincere thanks goes out to all of You for making this possible.
We take huge pride in our players and volunteers, it is your passion, dedication and sometimes resilience that made eRepublik a unique gaming universe. However, we are even more proud of being able to help you forge friendships that went way past the eWorld boundaries into the real world.
This year we're changing the routine and adding a pinch of strategy: lots of gifts are spread around the world and you'll be the one to decide what you will be going for.
In order to claim the gifts, you will need to unlock the location that holds them on the special event map. Depending on the location you choose you’ll have to wait between 1 to 8 hours to complete the unlock.
After you unlock a gift, you'll need to prove yourself a worthy citizen who does a little bit more than just logging in. During the event, the energy consumed and traveled distance will be logged, and a bit of each will be deducted when claiming a gift.
You can also use your currency to speed up your unlocks or recover some lost time.
You can add up to 3 locations in the unlock queue until day 4,390 [27 Nov 2019 23:59:59].
At the beginning of the event you’ll be able to pick to unlock any location as your starting point. Once your first location is unlocked, you'll only be able to choose from the locations which are directly linked to it. Use the 6 hours remaining to the start of the event to plan your path wisely.
A gift in an unlocked location can be claimed at any time until Day 4,391 [28 nov 2019 23:59:59], provided you have the required traveled kilometers and consumed energy. Kilometers and energy are counted starting Day 4,383 [20 Nov 2019 00:00:00] until Day 4,390 [27 Nov 2019 23:59:59]
Thank you !
Some clarifications based on your questions:
A player does not need to move in the location of the gift to start the unlock or to claim the reward.
The energy consumed and distance traveled acts as an event currency and is used when claiming the gift (once the location was unlocked). IE: if a player has accumulated 1000 energy consumed and 1000 km and the claim requirement is 500 energy and 1000 km, he will be able to claim the gift and will be left with 500 energy and 0 km in his pool. If the requirement is 1500 km he will need to travel some more.
The gifts are not unique hence a player can get multiple gifts of the same type. Energy recovery is cumulative, getting 2 of them will increase your recovery rate by +10 each time.
Unlocking a location will give access to all the locations linked to it permanently. You cannot be stuck as you always have a location to unlock. Ie if someone unlocks London first, Paris and Edinburgh become available. After unlocking Edinburgh, Paris is still available as a valid pick.
You can choose any location as your first unlock but you will need to wait the required unlock time.