|Thread:||Welcome to FLAK!|
|In reply to:||Re: Welcome to FLAK!|
|Date:||Mon, 2022-04-11 19:47 GMT|
One pitfall I stumbled across when setting up the test case: both allies need to accept the alliance ("allies add") for the alliance levels to have any effect. Them just offering +v +c +s to you does nothing until you offer an alliance (no matter what levels). OK, in a regular game this probably is less relevant than when setting up a minimal test case.
Apparently the alliance has to be confirmed by +v +c +s from both sides. I usually a c my alliances with ~ which did not work out in this case.
Sorry, I cannot reproduce such a restriction.
I have used
- player 1 commands "a a 3" and "a c 3 +s +c +v"
- player 3 commands "a a 1"
Thus, player 3 sees player 1's fights. Same thing with
- player 1 commands "a a 3" and "a c 3 ~s ~c ~v"
- player 3 commands "a a 1" and "a c 1 ~s ~c ~v"
Or did you only use ~s, without your ally offering ~s back? Then, that would be precisely the "conditional" logic: if they do not offer back, it is not effective.