Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires Policies Explained

In each Campaign in Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires, you will be asked to set the policy for each year. You must do this at the beginning of the year, and the policies you put in place will determine how your champions behave and impact your territory in many ways. This guide explains how each policy changes during your year and why you should care about them.

What does each policy mean?

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All policies and an explanation of what they mean for your empire are as follows.

  • Internal Affairs: This policy affects gold earnings and rations in your empire. The more points you allocate to it, the higher your earnings will be. This is important for the rebuilding and maintenance of the army and for having enough resources for future commercial or territorial development.
  • Human problems: This policy concerns the number of unaffiliated champions that will be introduced to you throughout the year. The more points you allow, the more potential hires will be awarded to you during the next 12 months. However, you should skip it if you don’t plan on taking on any new champions other than the ones you catch in battle.
  • Diplomatic: This policy concerns your alliance with other empires. The more points you place, the more chance your champion has to form an alliance with another empire. This can get in the way sometimes, especially if you become allied with a neighboring territory, but each loyalty only lasts 12 months. Move your points elsewhere if you don’t care about peace.
  • Military: This policy is all about soldiers and army building. The more points you put into it, the more soldiers your champion will train and hire. If you plan to build a vast army that no one can resist, put your point into this policy. However, move your points elsewhere if you don’t plan on starting any battles next year or so.

How to balance your policies

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You shouldn’t include every parts policy point into a single policy for a year. Instead, you should focus on disseminating your policy points across at least two policies. We find that the division between Military and Domestic affairs works well. If you need to move any points, take them out of the Interior and move them over to your other policies. This provides enough priority for your army to invade enemy territory each year without sacrificing the needs of your subjects.

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