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Influence and Natural enemies
#1
I was looking through a sample turn report and I noticed that there's a dynamic for gaining influence if your natural enemy loses influence.

Anyone care to explain how this works, because I didn't notice anything about it in the general rules or commands.

Specifically, do I gain one point of influence for every point my natural enemy loses and vice versa? Do fractional increments count?

Do non-influence factors affect the process, e.g. if he loses a battle I gain influence or if I lose control of a city he gains influence etc?
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#2
I believe that when your influences increases by 1, you natural enemie's decreases by .3.
 Lord Diamond

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#3
Also of note, if you lose an Envoy you lose .2 Influence.
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