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Time delay between two applied laws


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Yes, when civ changing a law, we need to wait to have the possibility to adopt another law between levels in the same category. Howeher, it would be possible to adopt two laws which aren't in the same category (like currency and army).

Example :



Law time delay to adopt another (example, to be balanced) 

Feudal Levies 


21000 days 

Draft System 


18250 days 

Selective Service 


12775 days 

Professional Volunteer Army 


9125 days 

Professional Standing Army 




Trigger :

  • Civ x level (name of law) is adopted

Outcome :

  • Civ (name of law) is reformed
  • Civ law delay is reduced/increased by x%

This feature could bring bonuses for some governments.

Edited by Wayne23lololh

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