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  1. Contracts are taxed both when they are installed and when they are fulfilled, so yes. That sounds accurate.
  2. Nice to see RDNN still has a strong economy! Just fyi, absolutely nobody does this trade route you describe. If that would have been the reason for the relative profits, they would be inverse between Vera Cruz and Nouvelle-Orleans, since Vera Cruz has the more expensive trade-goods than Nouvelle-Orleans, and they would make the more profit where they are sold than where they are bought. The tax profits from these ports are almost exclusively from the listing of ships, modules, books and resources on the market in those ports. The first thing REDS did after securing Vera Cruz was establishing a thriving marketplace in the port.
  3. For claims, try contacting ORP Blyskawica.
  4. KLUTJE was clanless when we sunk his Ocean today at Islamorada, so I guess his clan has punished him already. No. It is a recurring bug that sometimes causes combat news to report sinkings at the capital instead of where the battle happens. It's not the first time I see this. It also happens sometimes when people change ships in battle and sink their original ship.
  5. In my bank this information appears instantly. This is not Game-Labs' method btw, but Xsolla's, the service they use to distribute their new alpha early access games. I didn't have to go through this process this time, since my card is now attached to my account, but back when I bought TLIML I also had to verify my card. It was done very quickly. With my bank at least (and most banks), sure it may take 24 hours if you have money coming into your account. But rest assured, if there's money going out they'll be right on that. Even if it's just a mere dollar.
  6. Tonight, REDS was involved in a very memorable scuffle at West End in the Bahamas. Three minutes before the start of the port battle, a Dutch screening fleet managed to intercept our waiting port battle fleet: With time limited to dispatch them, we managed to defeat the screeners in less than 15 minutes. We proceeded to join the Port Battle, having only lost about 15 minutes, some repairs and suffered an exploding fireship. The Dutch fleet expertly used the two forts and towers in the harbour to try and cover their retreat, but ultimately could not withstand the Russian advance. Our vanguard reported the Dutch defenders were already celebrating their anticipated victory while we were dealing with their screeners. Perhaps their confidence betrayed them. Veni, vidi, vici.
  7. Anolytic

    Cinematic Mode?

    You mean Ctrl+H (hides UI)?
  8. -Why did you sting me, said the frog. -Because it is my nature, said the scorpion. Gotta leave one alive to tell the tale. Edit: He was hunted down and mercilessly sunk afterwards.
  9. Nope. He's making a turn "hard to starboard". I considered this when I made it. See:
  10. I'm gonna hold my tongue for now about how monumentally stupid I think this idea is (more PvE - really?), but I do have some important questions: 1. What reward does defenders get from successfully defending their port against NPC? Do we get Combat Medals? Doubloons? Gold/Admiral Chests? Paint Chests? Why should people want to participate in these battles? 2. Is it "most developed ports" or "top 3 nations" that are determined by "mix of investments and tax rate". I.e. If the largest nation (by ports, players, etc) only has 1 single developed and invested port, will it be exempt from NPC raids if say 3 smaller nations make investments in every port they own? 3. Does this mean: A: they join from whatever direction the wind is blowing at the time of attack or B: the NPC knows 24 hours in advance at exactly what time the wind will blow directly into the port they intend to attack and will schedule their attack accordingly? 4. Sooo, basically Elite NPC? 5. Lineships as in 1st and 2nd rates, or is 3rd rates included? Because there's been some inconsistency there in the past.. What about 10 000 BR ports, if say Truxillo - a non-capital port - is a nation's most developed port? Will NPC attack with ~20 000 BR against a 10 000 BR port, royally screwing defenders? 6. And what about shallow ports? What if a nation were to have a shallow port as one of their most developed ports? Will they get attacked in shallows by lineships and Indiamans? Or is there a NPC fleet-setup made for that contingency, where NPC attacks with Surprises and trader brigs? Or are Shallow ports exempt from NPC-attacks? 7. But will forts fire at raiders? 8. So NPC don't loose points for ships sinking like in normal PBs? 9.
  11. Dutch after the battle of Cartagena, trying not to count how many 1st rates was lost that day:
  12. A small, but intense scrap outside the Morgan's Bluff PB. Outnumbered and right under the British forts and towers, which got most of the kills for the brits but also friendly fire demasted some of them.
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