Certainly not as a consistent global effect. And the pre-March imbalance where it was virtually impossible to win an election without already owning an asset seems to be gone as well.Dumb question... Elections still aren't bugged are they? i.e the whole "working for one side attributes it to the wrong side"?
Maybe I'm just facing an uphill battle... only asset owned by the faction I'm supporting has no market.Certainly not as a consistent global effect. And the pre-March imbalance where it was virtually impossible to win an election without already owning an asset seems to be gone as well.
Not broken, just totally imbalanced. Famine State is now the far-negative state of the economy slider and is achievable, but you've got better luck punching God in the face.Has the main list been updated, I'm still having trouble finding famine systems and I'm curious if there would be ways to help push it along, like buying out all the food and water from a war time system. Any ideas? or is BGS just borked?
What does +ve and -ve mean in this context ?
What Jane said. So many people ask I wonder if I shouldn't dedicate a thread to it XDpositive and negative
I have no idea what BCS stands for, so I guess we're evenIf it simply means the words positive and negative, that wasn't clear. It seemed that ve referred to some kind of points used for BCS and it was plus ve (points) and minus ve(points).
I would use pos and neg, biut that's just me.
Traffic is high. That's is why i ignore it at the beginning.what is the traffic in your system?
Assuming you're talking about your home system and not the other one, there's a number of things working against you. It's a high population system so that reduces the effects you can achieve (well done in getting up to Expansion in there btw). While your influence is high, even occasional inputs for the factions down the bottom, either from in the system or external missions targeting them, will have a much larger benefit to them at your expense. It's not like one of them is surging up, just that they're all increasing a little, and because they're all bunched at low influence, all taking from your faction.Traffic is high. That's is why i ignore it at the beginning.
But if I do 50 inf+ everyday for a MF, and the MF drops, it is strange.
In the meanwhile, I observed that if other people do some missions, the influence of the MFs goes up.
My feeling is just that the game is ignoring everything I am doing.
I Have -50% reputation withe the Federation and I am working with federation MFs. Can it have something to do?
Just to say that I am doing BGS since about 4 months in the same systems and before it was working well. I saw action - effect. But since two weeks, I can't see the effect anymore.