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=== National Foci===
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National Foci are a replacement for the Decisions in Hearts of Iron III. One national focus can be active at any given time, and each takes a certain number of days. When completed, they provide benefits. Each of the seven Majors has a unique national focus tree: other countries have a generic one.  
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National foci are a replacement for the Decisions in Hearts of Iron III. One national focus can be active at any given time, and each takes a certain number of days. When completed, they provide benefits. Each of the seven majors has a unique national focus tree: other countries have a generic one.
  
 
=== Ideas ===
 
=== Ideas ===

Revision as of 17:28, 20 March 2015


Political power

Political power.pngPolitical power represents the amount of influence a country's leader has over domestic affairs.

Passive generation

Political power is generated passively on a weekly basis. The base value is 10 [Needs verification], which may be modified by ministers and other effects.

Dictators have a +100% bonus to political power.

National foci

Main article: National focus

National foci are a replacement for the Decisions in Hearts of Iron III. One national focus can be active at any given time, and each takes a certain number of days. When completed, they provide benefits. Each of the seven majors has a unique national focus tree: other countries have a generic one.

Ideas

Main article: Ideas

Political power is spent to manage the government via ideas. These take the form of laws, ministers, and companies. Enacting or removing an idea costs political power. Some ideas may also have an upkeep cost, but this does not seem to have been implemented yet.

Commanders

Main article: Commanders

Political power may be used to produce new commanders.