What does NAP-3 really mean?
It was brought to my attention that I might have unintentionally broke a NAP-3 agreement in one of my games.
And the points that were given seemed legit to me, but I want to clarify with the honorable part of this community what do they think the fulfillment of a NAP means.
Here are the two versions of it, we wil use the in game example of receiving a "no-more-nap" (NMN) notification on turn 49.
Betraying a NAP-0: If you submitted attack orders on 48, and battle on 49, give "notice" on 49, that is betraying the treaty.
Fulfilling a NAP-0: Gave/Received notice and do not wait to give orders - attack orders on 49, and battle on 50, you fulfilled the nap-0
Fulfilling a NAP-1: Gave/Recieved notice on 49, wait 1 turn and do attack orders on 50, and battle on 51, you fulfilled the nap-1
Fulfilling a NAP-2: Gave/Recieved notice on 49, wait 2 turns and do attack orders on 51, and battle on 52, you fulfilled the nap-2
Fulfilling a NAP-3: Gave/Recieved notice on 49, wait 3 turns and do attack orders on 52, and battle on 53, you fulfilled the nap-3
Betraying a NAP-0 - Not Giving any warning, and just attacking. (aka "Gentleman's Agreement")
Fulfilling a NAP-0 - Giving/Receiving warning on the same turn you are attacking. T49
Fulfilling a NAP-1 - Giving/Receiving warning T49, and attacking the next turn.T50
Fulfilling a NAP-2 - Giving/Receiving warning T49 , and attacking in 2 turns.T51
Fulfilling a NAP-3 - Giving/Receiving warning T49 , and attacking in 3 turns.T52
Which version is the "correct" version?