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You do not need to know the whole of it for an RPG. If this were a big strategy game with players assuming the roles of the powers at war, then you would need to set ground rules and all the rest. This is a role playing game where players assume the roles of characters. Since you are borrowing from D&D I assume it will be that kind of RPG. Your ...


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Japan might be considered a super power and they don't have nukes - by choice. Should they change their stance on nukes, they could probably develop them within one or two years. Their power is mostly through economics, technology and military Allies which are more important in todays world. Nowadays - at least in the western world - actions are taken ...


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First to achieve Lunar/Space Colony. Say a multibillionaire sets his sights on space exploration. Before the slow engines of states achieve similar success, his country could be lauded SuperPower if they get first De FACTO ownership of celestial bodies. The logistical capabilities that accomplishment grants, the information available to them. And the ...


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China does have nuclear weapons, but I have never heard people citing it when arguing that China is now superpower. They usually cite their GDP (PPP) or exports in $bn. If that is not sufficient, consider an non-nuclear but economically powerful country with a close ally (maybe a client state of sorts) in the same military block which has some nuclear ...


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That is unknown ... Nuclear weapons have not been used in combat for almost 75 years. Their existence has loomed over geostrategic thinking, but nuclear strategy are all untested assumptions. Once upon a time, theorists wrote papers where widespread evacuation programs were seen as more significant than localized nuclear use. Others seem to have thought ...


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