I've been playing Call of War for a little while, but this is my first time in the forums. I actually migrated to CoW from New World Empires, and one major difference was immediately clear to me: non-core provinces. In NWE you could produce an administrator unit and then upgrade an occupied province to a non-core province, and then again (with a new administrator unit) to a core province. There does not seem to be a way to upgrade non-core provinces to core provinces that I could find. With the penalty of -75% resource production in every non-core province, I was wondering if there was a way to upgrade these provinces or a reason there is no way. Thanks!
There isn't a way.
>> forum.callofwar.com/index.php?thread/24195-non-core-to-core <<
With the non core production penalty it gives a balance that players who own 40% of the map may not have double the economy of a player who owns 20% of the map. This enables a large player to be attacked and even conquered.
In the sister game S1914 there is no difference between core and non core.
This gives a larger country a much more significant advantage over the
underdog, so there is no strategy in building slowly and quietly it is
simply a race to get as big as you can before the other players.
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ima try out this new world empires
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