I'm going to try and derail this thread before it devolves any further about sword guys.
So I know we're getting near the end of character reveal trailers, as stated by Sakurai and the fact that the game comes out in little over a month. I have a strong feeling there are only two trailers left, and I think we'll get one during the August Nintendo Direct and the last one either shortly before or on the day the game comes out. I could be wrong, but that's my gut feeling.
That stat was still black. His stats are all capped now, so I don't have to worry about him anymore. Just dumb that it took 12 levels get a single stat growth.
Anyway, now can worry about maxing the stats of other characters. Hopefully they won't give as much trouble as Vaike
Well gridlock doesn't have anything to do with the size of states per se, but it does have everything to do with structural/institutional factors, particularly the election system.
I'm guess what I'm ultimately asking do administrative/bureaucratic structures acknowledge differences within States. Do States divide themselves up into different regions for implementing policies? Does Federal policymaking distinguish between different areas within States? Or does it hand over resources to the State, which hands over resources to its Counties/Cities?
For example, a lot of what the EU does in terms of structural funds etc is distributed upon a regional basis, not to Member States, and these "regions" aren't traditional regions (not all Member States have administrative districts/provinces/regions/states, but most do) but rather based on economic/social data specifically for governance purposes. So less well off areas in ostensibly wealthy Member States get a fair shake.