Governments And Funding
Posted 17 July 2006 - 08:47 AM
Anyway to my point. I am having the best game of x-com I have ever had. I have never gotten this far before. I have taken out 2 alien bases captured leaders and researched tons. But I have one niggling problem....the UK left my funding of nations.
I wouldn't usually have a problem with this but I have rescued a lot of citizens in terror missions and, with me being from the UK, my main base is in the UK and I have not had one UFO land in the UK nor had a terror mission to deal with. But they still dropped out and signed a pact with the Aliens. I find this weird when poor South Africa have been terrorized to heck and back and even though I manage to save them everytime they won't drop out.
Has anybody had this problem? By the way I have two other bases one in Texas USA and one in India so I have most the globe in a radar net but still the UK dropped out???
Posted 17 July 2006 - 09:25 AM
Africa probaly dont drop out because you are saving them all the time
Well at least youll never lose the comrades in russia and now to wait for someone else to give a detailed explanation...
Posted 17 July 2006 - 06:12 PM
Posted 17 July 2006 - 06:42 PM
In general, yes, it has to be caused by a successful infiltration mission.
Another reason includes the country getting fed up with your performance with a consistent lower area activity points than the aliens.
That's what alien bases produce, by the way. Alien area activity points. This is something like 5 points a day. Assuming a 30 day month, that's 150 or so points within that area. Nothing a few well played missions cannot cover. As long as you can keep your activity points above the aliens, then the countries will be satisfied.
Once they decide to withdraw funding, that's another matter entirely. Your actual area points seem irrelevant by then. Alien bases in your coverage area that pop up without construction fleets are sometimes constructed if the country decide to withdraw at the end of the month. They're not the reason that the country decides to withdraw, but a good indication that they'll withdraw.
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Posted 18 July 2006 - 01:56 AM