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So right now colonies are really dumbed down and inaccurate.

What Lukasz should add is:

  • Have actual colony countries (like in EU4 where after a while of colonising you get to form one big vassal that can colonise and is less autonomous than a regular vassal).
  • Have said colonial countries declare independence after a while (Have the liberty desire tick slowly up, and as you enter the 1700s and 1800s have the liberty desire tick up more faster).
  • Let that liberty desire rate vary from continent and historical period (like having Africa not really want independence till the 1960s)

I think this list is pretty good, you would say?

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maybe instead of all colonies eventually declaring independence, have a way to make them stay loyal, for instance places like Canada where loyal to Britain. Maybe another to ease relations is to introduce a tax system with the colonies, being able to tax oversea ares more/less compared to mainland, like with the editor with technology. 

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4 minutes ago, Boblik said:

maybe instead of all colonies eventually declaring independence, have a way to make them stay loyal, for instance places like Canada where loyal to Britain. Maybe another to ease relations is to introduce a tax system with the colonies, being able to tax oversea ares more/less compared to mainland, like with the editor with technology. 

Yeah, like having a colony system.

From totally dependent (like an African colony) to near-virtually independent (like Australia and Canada before the 80's)

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