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A '''force limit''' is a soft limit on how many [[ships]] or [[regiments]] a [[country]] can possess. It can be exceeded at a monetary price.
 
A '''force limit''' is a soft limit on how many [[ships]] or [[regiments]] a [[country]] can possess. It can be exceeded at a monetary price.
  
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== Computing force limit ==
 
== Computing force limit ==
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===Province modifiers===
 
===Province modifiers===
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== More sources of force limit ==
 
== More sources of force limit ==
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===Ideas and policies===
 
===Ideas and policies===
 
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== Effect on maintenance ==
 
== Effect on maintenance ==
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If a country has more land or naval units than the corresponding force limit, maintenance for those units will be multiplied by the ratio of units to the force limit, with the units over the force limit counting twice<ref name=defines> See in {{path|defines}} </ref>.
 
If a country has more land or naval units than the corresponding force limit, maintenance for those units will be multiplied by the ratio of units to the force limit, with the units over the force limit counting twice<ref name=defines> See in {{path|defines}} </ref>.
 
<math>\text{Maintenance increase} = \frac{\text{Force limit}+\text{Number of units over the force limit}\cdot 2}{\text{Force limit}}</math> <br>
 
<math>\text{Maintenance increase} = \frac{\text{Force limit}+\text{Number of units over the force limit}\cdot 2}{\text{Force limit}}</math> <br>

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