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While in a City-State, your spy may also stage a coup. This is only possible when the City-State already has an ally. It is a dangerous course of action, because you risk losing your spy if the coup is unsuccessful. However, if successful, the City-State immediately allies itself with you, while their previous ally's {{Influence5}} Influence is reduced to the level of {{Influence5}} Influence you previously had on the City-State. The success rate of the coup tends to depend on your spy's experience level, the presence of other spies in the City-State, and your current {{Influence5}} Influence level with them. (The higher your {{Influence5}} Influence, the greater the chance of success, because your spy may use the existing sympathizers to bolster the coup attempt.)
 
While in a City-State, your spy may also stage a coup. This is only possible when the City-State already has an ally. It is a dangerous course of action, because you risk losing your spy if the coup is unsuccessful. However, if successful, the City-State immediately allies itself with you, while their previous ally's {{Influence5}} Influence is reduced to the level of {{Influence5}} Influence you previously had on the City-State. The success rate of the coup tends to depend on your spy's experience level, the presence of other spies in the City-State, and your current {{Influence5}} Influence level with them. (The higher your {{Influence5}} Influence, the greater the chance of success, because your spy may use the existing sympathizers to bolster the coup attempt.)
   
Staging a coup may be the only way of making a City-State an ally when their current ally has enormous Influence and you have no practical hope of eclipsing it. It is also the only way of getting out of war with the City-State if you're already at war with their current ally. In this case you will be able to immediately make peace with them (note that peace won't be declared automatically after the coup!), after which you'll immediately become Allies.
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Staging a coup may be the only way of making a City-State an ally when their current ally has enormous Influence and you have no practical hope of eclipsing it. It is also the only way of getting out of war with the City-State if you're already at war with their current ally.
   
 
===Counter-Intelligence===
 
===Counter-Intelligence===
Stationing a spy in one of your own cities will have them do counter-intelligence work. Whenever there are enemy spies acting there, besides slowing down their acquisition rate your spy will have a chance to discover and kill them. When this happens, your spy will also level up.
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Stationing a spy in one of your own cities will have them do counter-intelligence work. Whenever there are enemy spies acting there, your spy will have a chance to discover and kill them. When this happens, your spy will also level up.
   
 
==Leveling Up Your Spies==
 
==Leveling Up Your Spies==
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