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Overview Edit

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Cities are the major building blocks of a player's nation. Within cities you can find three things, infrastructure, land and improvements which develop the city in different ways.

Cities serve the purposes of increasing your max population/maintaining your current population and harvesting/manufacturing resources for use.

All formulas can be found on the City Formulas page.

City Components Edit

Infrastructure (inf/infra) Edit

Infrastructure increased your improvement cap in a ratio of 50 inf to 1 improvement and increase your max population that can be contained within that city.

The cost of infrastructure increases exponentially starting from 300 dollars per inf, and is recommended to be purchased in groupings or multiples of 100 at a time.

  • Purchasing 50 inf is inefficient, same with purchasing 250 inf.
  • 200, 300, 400 are acceptable as they’re multiples of 100

The formula can be found on the City Formulas page.

Land Edit

The main two effects of purchasing more land is decreasing disease by spreading out your population and making individual Farm improvements produce more food for the city.

Similar to the exponential cost for inf, land costs also rise exponentially at a base cost of 50 per land. Land should be bought in multiples of 500 or 500 at minimum, as to maintain the maximum efficiency per city.

  • Buying 397 land is inefficient, same with buying 700 land
  • 1000, 1500 and 4000 are multiples of 500 and thus are acceptable

The formula can be found on the City Formulas page.

Improvements Edit

Improvements act like how buildings would in a city, broken up into 6 groups.

  • Power — provides power for the city*1
  • Resources — extraction of the natural resources present on the continent
  • Manufacturing — requires power, converts natural resources into manufactured resources
  • Civil — requires power, reduces factors relating to the population living within the city
  • Commerce — requires power, increases how much civilians individually earn which increases your tax income from that city
  • Military — requires power, allows you to train and house different military units

*1 For the city to count as being powered, you need to have power for all the cities infra

Population Edit

Although not something you can directly control, those that live in it literally make up the city, with the final population count being affected by the following factors.

The longer the city, the larger a bonus it gets in its final population count. This percent is negligible until it’s more than 200 days old, the formula can be found on the City Formulas page if you’d like to check the numbers.
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Disease Edit

The Disease Rate determines how prevalent disease is in a city's population and, as a result, how many people are killed by disease.

A low disease rate will decrease the number of people dying, which in turn increases the tax income from the city.

Crime Edit

This is the rate in which citizens are killed from violence, with it rising alongside base population increases and falls with increases in Commerce or when Police Stations are purchased.

New Cities Edit

Cities start with 10 infrastructure and 20 land, which doesn’t follow the above outlined guide for how inf and land should be. Your first step should be to purchase 90 infra and 480 land to match up with the recommendation.

Like both inf and land, costs exponentially increase but unlike them at a significantly larger rate. To negate this rapid price increase you can use the Manifest Destiny Domestic Policy to decrease costs by 5%.

City City cost Cumulative cost City cost with Manifest Destiny Cumulative cost Savings with Manifest Destiny Cumulative savings with Manifest Destiny
2 $225,000 $225,000 $213,750 $213,750 $11,250 $11,250
3 $425,000 $650,000 $403,750 $617,500 $21,250 $32,500
4 $925,000 $1,575,000 $878,750 $1,496,250 $46,250 $78,750
5 $2,025,000 $3,600,000 $1,923,750 $3,420,000 $101,250 $180,000
6 $4,025,000 $7,625,000 $3,823,750 $7,243,750 $201,250 $381,250
7 $7,225,000 $14,850,000 $6,863,750 $14,107,500 $361,250 $742,500
8 $11,925,000 $26,775,000 $11,328,750 $25,436,250 $596,250 $1,338,750
9 $18,425,000 $45,200,000 $17,503,750 $42,940,000 $921,250 $2,260,000
10 $27,025,000 $72,225,000 $25,673,750 $68,613,750 $1,351,250 $3,611,250
11 $38,025,000 $110,250,000 $36,123,750 $104,737,500 $1,901,250 $5,512,500
12 $51,725,000 $161,975,000 $43,138,750 $153,876,250 $2,586,250 $8,098,750
13 $68,425,000 $230,400,000 $65,003,750 $218,880,000 $3,421,250 $11,520,000
14 $88,425,000 $318,825,000 $84,003,750 $302,883,750 $4,421,250 $15,941,250
15 $112,025,000 $430,850,000 $106,423,750 $409,307,500 $5,601,250 $21,542,500
16 $139,525,000 $570,375,000 $132,548,750 $541,856,250 $6,976,250 $28,518,750
17 $171,225,000 $741,600,000 $162,663,750 $704,520,000 $8,561,250 $37,080,000
18 $207,425,000 $949,025,000 $197,053,750 $901,573,750 $10,371,250 $47,451,250
19 $248,425,000 $1,197,450,000 $236,003,750 $1,137,577,500 $12,421,250 $59,872,500
20 $294,525,000 $1,491,975,000 $279,798,750 $1,417,376,250 $14,726,250 $74,598,750
21 $346,025,000 $1,838,000,000 $328,723,750 $1,746,100,000 $17,301,250 $91,900,000
22 $403,225,000 $2,241,225,000 $383,063,750 $2,129,163,750 $20,161,250 $112,061,250
23 $466,425,000 $2,707,650,000 $443,103,750 $2,572,267,500 $23,321,250 $135,382,500
24 $535,925,000 $3,243,575,000 $509,128,750 $3,081,396,250 $26,796,250 $162,178,750
25 $612,025,000 $3,855,600,000 $581,423,750 $3,662,820,000 $30,601,250 $192,780,000
26 $695,025,000 $4,550,625,000 $660,273,750 $4,323,093,750 $34,751,250 $227,531,250
27 $785,225,000 $5,335,850,000 $745,963,750 $5,069,057,500 $39,261,250 $266,792,500
28 $882,925,000 $6,218,775,000 $838,778,750 $5,907,836,250 $44,146,250 $310,938,750
29 $988,425,000 $7,207,200,000 $939,003,750 $6,846,840,000 $49,421,250 $360,360,000
30 $1,102,025,000 $8,309,225,000 $1,046,923,750 $7,893,763,750 $55,101,250 $415,461,250
31 $1,224,025,000 $9,533,250,000 $1,162,823,750 $9,056,587,500 $61,201,250 $476,662,500
32 $1,354,725,000 $10,887,975,000 $1,286,988,750 $10,343,576,250 $67,736,250 $544,398,750
33 $1,494,425,000 $12,382,400,000 $1,419,703,750 $11,763,280,000 $74,721,250 $619,120,000
34 $1,643,425,000 $14,025,825,000 $1,561,253,750 $13,324,533,750 $82,171,250 $701,291,250
35 $1,802,025,000 $15,827,850,000 $1,711,923,750 $15,036,457,500 $90,101,250 $791,392,500
36 $1,970,525,000 $17,798,375,000 $1,871,998,750 $16,908,456,250 $98,526,250 $889,918,750
37 $2,149,225,000 $19,947,600,000 $2,041,763,750 $18,950,220,000 $107,461,250 $997,380,000
38 $2,338,425,000 $22,286,025,000 $2,221,503,750 $21,171,723,750 $116,921,250 $1,114,301,250
39 $2,538,425,000 $24,824,450,000 $2,411,503,750 $23,583,227,500 $126,921,250 $1,241,222,500
40 $2,749,525,000 $27,573,975,000 $2,612,048,750 $26,195,276,250 $137,476,250 $1,378,698,750