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Colonization strategies

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The Random New World
[[Trade nodes|Trade Nodes]] in a random new world connect in some typical ways. One (and only one) may connect to the following node or pair of nodes in the old world; North Sea and English Channel, Bordeaux and Seville, Safi and Ivory Coast, Girin and Nippon, or Australia. The Philippines trade node may connect to one (and only one) trade node in a random new world to mirror the Philippines connection to the Mexico trade node in the standard version. All of the new world trade nodes will be interconnected coherently so that trade will always flow out of the new world and into the old. In other words, no end nodes, and no endless loops of trade within the new world.
 
[[Colonial regions|Colonial Regions]] in a random new world usually, but do not always, share the same boundaries as trade nodes. In some map configurations, usually those with a large number of colonial regions, some provinces may not be in any colonial region but will remain with the first colonizer unless sold, lost in a war, or otherwise transferred. Occasionally, again usually in those configurations with a large number of colonial regions, some colonial regions are too small to form [[Colonial nations|Colonial Nations]].
== Colonization Strategies by Tech Group ==
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