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A Regent is an appointed [[Ruler]] or administrator of a [[side]] or a [[city]].
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=Proposed Canon=
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A [[Warlord]] can be assigned to manage a [[city]] as its Regent. This is a temporary position that can begin or end at any time.
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To have an effect, the Warlord must spend his entire turn walking around the city, observing. This prevents him from taking any other meaningful actions that turn, such as [[Combat|fighting]], strategising actively, [[training]], etc.
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Effects of having a warlord manager are:
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*Lowers costs for city improvement and production of [[equipment]], [[provisions]], etc.
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*Increases [[shmuckers]] produced by the city.
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*Reduces the [[upkeep]] of [[unit]]s that spend the entire [[turn]] in the city.
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Citation:  http://www.erfworld.com/2009/09/summer-updates-035/
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=Speculation=
==Royal Regent==
==Royal Regent==
A Royal Regent is a non-[[Heir]], even non-Royal [[Commander]] who is named [[Ruler]] of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be [[pop]]ped.
A Royal Regent is a non-[[Heir]], even non-Royal [[Commander]] who is named [[Ruler]] of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be [[pop]]ped.
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==Regent Warlord==
 
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A Regent [[Warlord]] is a warlord who rather than being a military commander, has special administrative bonuses when managing a city.
 
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Revision as of 01:51, 25 February 2010

Cities 101
Capital Cities, Port Cities, City Zones, Building, Regent, Claiming a City, Cities of Erfworld


Proposed Canon

A Warlord can be assigned to manage a city as its Regent. This is a temporary position that can begin or end at any time. To have an effect, the Warlord must spend his entire turn walking around the city, observing. This prevents him from taking any other meaningful actions that turn, such as fighting, strategising actively, training, etc.

Effects of having a warlord manager are:

Citation: http://www.erfworld.com/2009/09/summer-updates-035/

Speculation

Royal Regent

A Royal Regent is a non-Heir, even non-Royal Commander who is named Ruler of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be popped.

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