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Victory

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Victory in Almansur is decided by victory points at game's end. There are two types of victory points: Common VPs and Feat VPs.

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Common VPs

Common VPs are the "instant picture" of the Land's status and power. VPs are given for territories possessed, army strength and resources. More specifically:

Territories

Points for revenue, natural resources and facilities present in each owned territory.

Military

Total army power, which is calculated using the characteristics of each type of troop in the army and its experience.

Assets

This is the value, at initial prices, of the resources the land has.

Population

Represents the total subject population. Vassal lands (in a Hierarchical alliance) give half of the value to overlords.

Feat VPs

Feat VPs are the memory of the deeds the land made during the course of play. It includes Battles fought, Trade, Handicap and Objectives attained.

Battles

Victories and defeats in battles and assaults. More victory points are won and lost in highly contested battles, or when an inferior army defeats a (supposedly) superior one.

Trade

This is the value of resources and territories given to other lands. Sending resources or giving territories earns trade VPS, receiving reduces trade VPs, so that the total VPs of the land are not affected by trade and territory giving.

Construction

These points are earned each time a facility in a territory belonging to the player finishes its construction. Downgrading facilities gives negative points.

History

Each turn, 1% of the Common VPs are accumulated in the History VPs. This means that if a Land had a glorious period, even if later is defeated, it will keep some of its VPs.

Handicap

Specially in historical games, weaker lands can receive VPs at the beginning of the game to even the score. This points are then fixed for the duration of the game.

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