Simcountry is a multiplayer Internet game in which you are the president, commander in chief, and industrial leader. You have to make the tough decisions about cutting or raising taxes, how to allocate the federal budget, what kind of infrastructure you want, etc..
  Enter the Game

Stripping a conquered country (White Giant)

Topics: Help: Stripping a conquered country (White Giant)

DexterK (White Giant)

Saturday, March 28, 2009 - 02:52 am Click here to edit this post
I seen this mentioned on boards and in chat. I was hoping some people could explain what this involves and how different people go about it.


Pathetic Sheep (Little Upsilon)

Monday, April 6, 2009 - 07:54 am Click here to edit this post
Stripping can mean removing cash, products, people and/or weapons.

Cash, send cash to some other country with the "my Empire" link. Use the same link for transferring offensive, defensive and strategic weapons. Cash will always be taken when someone is done stripping a country. Usually weapons too.

Products can be sold with direct sales. Personally I prefer dropping the trade strategy and eventually turning off the automatic purchases. After making direct sales transfer the cash. This can be tedious. I would suggest skipping things like 6 months of potatoes. Four production plants at 15B each might be worth clicking the mouse a few times.

If the population is over 30M you can send 1M per month to the rest of your empire. When population is over 20M you can sell workers on the open market.

You can also exchange workers. You can trade 400,000 per month but only move a maximum of 200,000. If your connection is fast you can trade back and forth so that you gain 20% each way. You can trade high salary workers multiple times and send a few low level workers with each trade. I often set salaries of government workers and high tech corporations so that professionals are easier to move around.

You can also destroy hospitals or schools if you need educators or medical staff.

Basically "stripping a country" means taking everything that you consider valuable. The value of various things depends on the individual.

Add a Message