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Rises to Power describe how the presidente came to control Tropico. All rises to power give different advantages, though some of them come with downsides as well. In addition, the presidente's rise to power sets the level of democratic expectations people have for Tropico at the start of the game.

Rises to PowerEdit

Bought the ElectionEdit

  • Fairly Low Democratic Expectations
  • -5 Respect with the Intellectuals
  • Lower consequences for election fraud

Capitalist RebellionEdit

  • Fairly Low Democratic Expectations
  • +25 US Relations
  • +10 Respect with the Capitalists
  • +10% Factory Worker Production

Communist RebellionEdit

  • Low Democratic Expectations
  • +25 USSR Relations
  • +10 Respect with the Communists
  • +10% Farmer Production

Elected as CapitalistEdit

  • High Democratic Expectations
  • +15 US Relations
  • +5 Respect with the Capitalists
  • +20% Liberty
  • +20% Factory Worker Production

Elected as FascistEdit

  • Moderate Democratic Expectations
  • +10 Respect with the Militarists
  • +10 Respect with the Nationalists
  • -20% Liberty
  • -10% Crime

Elected as SocialistEdit

  • Fairly High Democratic Expectations
  • +15 USSR Relations
  • +10 Respect with the Communists
  • +20% Liberty

Elected for Family ValuesEdit

  • High Democratic Expectations
  • +15 Respect with the Religious
  • +20% Liberty
  • +10% Tourism Rating

Heir ApparentEdit

  • Fairly Low Democratic Expectations
  • +10 Respect with all factions

Hotel Corporate BuyoutEdit

  • Moderate Democratic Expectations
  • +10 Respect with the Capitalists
  • +5 Respect with the Environmentalists
  • +15 US Relations
  • +10% Liberty
  • +30% Tourism Rating
  • The first hotel you build is free.

Installed by the CIAEdit

  • Fairly Low Democratic Expectations
  • +10 Respect with the Capitalists
  • +40 US Relations
  • -30% Liberty
  • +$2,000 in the treasury every year.

Installed by the KGBEdit

  • Low Democratic Expectations
  • +10 Respect with the Communists
  • +40 USSR Relations
  • -30% Liberty
  • Soldiers don't require a high school education. (Bugged: Soldiers for Bunkers still need high school educations)

Military CoupEdit

  • Very Low Democratic Expectations
  • +20 Respect with the Militarists
  • -20% Liberty
  • -20% Crime
  • -25% Building Cost for military buildings (Bugged: Bunkers still cost the same)

Religious AppointmentEdit

  • Fairly Low Democratic Expectations
  • +15 Respect with the Religious
  • -25% Building Cost for religious buildings

Velvet RevolutionEdit

  • High Democratic Expectations
  • +20 Respect with the Intellectuals
  • +15 US Relations
  • -15 Chinese Relations
  • +20% Liberty

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