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This page will serve as an overview of all the available diplomatic actions in the game. For more information on the specifics of each NPC's diplomatic actions, consult the Computer Players page.


Diplomatic ActionsEdit

PeaceEdit

One StarEdit

  • Declare War
  • Lobbying - Allows you to purchase 1, 5 or 30 influence points.  The price goes up as the game progresses.

Two StarsEdit

  • Doing Overtime - Forces Trenchcoat to remain in the sector longer than usual.
  • Shipment - Gives all of your warehouses the 'Shipment' ability, which causes Trenchcoat to send a flier to the warehouse in question to buy/sell goods according to the trade settings. This ability can only be used while Trenchcoat is in the sector.
  • Demand Quest - Forces Ark Commanders (Yana Rodiguez, Rufus Thorne and Prof. Dr. Salman Devi) and Hector to offer you a quest which can be accepted or refused.
  • Take out a loan
  • Increased Demand
  • Repair Service - Allows the Repair Docks of the other party to repair your own vessels for a limited time.
  • Price Dumping - Allows you to apply a discount on a set number of purchases.
  • Stop Expansion - Prevents the other player from claiming new islands for a limited time. Offered by Vadim Sokow, Thor Strindberg, and Tori Bartok

Three StarsEdit

  • Stolen Goods - Same as "Increased Demand". Offered by Trenchcoat while he's in the sector.
  • Merchant Fleet - Allows purchase of a trade fleet (Freight Ship, Cargo Liner, Container Ship) on short notice; ignores ship limit. Offered by Trenchcoat while he's in the sector.
  • License trading - Allows purchase of Licenses for Credits. Offered by Yana Rodriguez, Rufus Thorne, Salman Devi, Tilda Jorgensen and Hiro Ebashi.
  • Auxiliary Fleet - Allows purchase of a war fleet  on short notice; ignores ship limit. Offered by Ark Commanders (Yana Rodiguez, Rufus Thorne and Prof. Salman Devi). The quantity and types of ships available scales with your population level.
  • Financial Assistance - Same as taking a loan except it offers more credits and places a smaller penalty on your balance.
  • Diplomatic Immunity / Grace Period - prevents the other party from declaring war on you normally for a certain amount of time. This does not apply to wars started by use of the Bombing Run or Nuclear Missiles.
  • Stock trading / Research trading / Investment
  • Price Dumping - Allows you to apply a discount on a set number of purchases.
  • Demand Credits - Has a chance of getting Tilda Jorgensen to give you credits. The chance decreases as the amount of credits requested increases.
  • Technology Scanner - Gives you a scanner to look underwater for a chance to find a Prototype. Offered by Dr. Hiro Ebashi.

WarEdit

One StarEdit

  • Trading route writ of protection - Prevents Hector from firing upon your unarmed ships.
  • Civil Defense - Stops two parties that are at war from firing upon each other's harbor buildings. Turrets can still be attacked.

Two StarsEdit

  • Cease-fire - Stops two parties that are at war from firing at each other for a given amount of time. The cost increases as the duration of the cease-fire increases.
  • Shipping Agreement - Prevents Keto from firing upon your unarmed ships

Three StarsEdit

  • Request Peace - Offer Credits in exchange for peace. The more Credits are offered the greater the chance of the offer being accepted.

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