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Guard/Counter-Espionage
#11
Following up on this question, particularly in light of some private comments I've received, thanks.
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#12
Sleep status is cleared at the 305 sequence, prior to new sleeps being put into effect
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#13
(12-10-2013, 04:28 PM)Jumbie Wrote: Something that's not clear from the command descriptions: Does a counter-espionage order defend against assassination/kidnapping (to a lesser degree than Guard) or is it only the Guard command that protects against assassination/kidnapping?

Still wondering...
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#14
Counter-espionage works against assassinations against groups (i.e. wizards and leaders). Guard prevents assassinations against emmies.
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#15
Does Counter espionage defend against bribery? (I notice the bribe attempt takes place before the counter-espionage order)
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#16
I don't think anything "protects" against bribery other than if the emissary is doing something. I could be wrong, though.
-The Deliverer
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#17
Does a Fanatic do better at Guard/Counter-E than a regular agent?
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#18
I believe they do - they get the 10% bonus. Of course, they probably die a bit mroe doing it, too.

Really, it's all I use Fanatics for. The loss rate on regular missions isn't worth the extra chance of success IMO.

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#19
(01-03-2014, 12:53 AM)Cargus10 Wrote: I believe they do - they get the 10% bonus. Of course, they probably die a bit mroe doing it, too.

Really, it's all I use Fanatics for. The loss rate on regular missions isn't worth the extra chance of success IMO.

I agree on both counts. I use them for CE and for suicide missions where somebody absolutely has to die.
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