Now that the initial wave of rage has slowed down, and now that people have had some time to see how the new update works, I'm proposing some revisions to the recent game update to improve it across the board and balance things out.
1) Military Score Changes. Tanks were buffed yet their score was nerfed more than planes, which actually were nerfed. Change the scores for tanks from 0.009 per tank to 0.015 per tank.
2) Make the unraidable money limit city-based to boost low tier raiders. For every three cities, have the unraidable limit go up by $100,000. Example: Cities 1-3, it's 100K. In 4-6, it's 200K. In 13-15, it's 500K, and 25-27 it's 900K. This also evens out war, since for someone with 5 cities 200K is enough money to rebuy some units, but for someone with 25 cities it's hardly anything.
3) The ground control changes were some of the most disliked changes in the update. Although I had some ideas on how to change it, after some discussion with a group of players reversion seems to be the best way to go until more ideas can be put on the table and a balanced solution could be found. It's better than what we have now, since planes already got a decent nerf this isn't especially needed.
4) Change the maximum amount of planes to 20 per hangar, 4 hangars per city, with a 1/4 (or 1/5) rebuy. This is less planes than people could have before, but they can buy planes faster now.
5) Readjust some of the casualty rates. This will balance things out and also slightly reduces the nerf to planes, which in most peoples opinions were a tad too much.
Avg Soldiers Killed in a Ground Battle: 25% -> 35%
Avg Aircraft Killed in an Airstrike (not dogfight): 29% -> 34%
Airstrikes on Units
Soldiers Killed Airstrike: 25% -> 35%
Tanks Killed Airstrike: 14% -> 25%
Aircraft Killed Airstrike (Dogfight): 53% -> 65%
And if you don't want to revert the changes to Ground Control:
Aircraft Killed by Tanks in a Ground Battle: 42% -> 27% (only after Ground Control has been established)
That fixes a lot of the most disliked parts of the last update and balances things out in general. If you have any questions or anything, just ask.