A warning is a threat of war against a country if it declares war.

Sending a warning is a diplomatic action. There are no special preconditions for sending a warning, except that there must be no existing warning. Normal preconditions for diplomatic actions apply: the country must have at least one diplomat and enough money.

Once sent, a warning creates a diplomatic agreement (called the same thing, a warning), which lasts for 20 years. The country that the warning was sent to is said to be warned. There is no way to cancel a warning once sent.

When a country has warned a second country, it will get a 1-year casus belli on the second country if it declares war (on any other country) while the warning lasts.

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