In The ATOIAK, the last delegate was a DEN invader. He was banned this morning, and I and some other defenders are taking the region back and passwording it from DEN. Most of the population are raiders who were there to support the invader delegate, if I eject them and this comes above the 10%-20 Nations rule, is this still by the rules? I realize they are non natives, but I'm just double checking.
you can kick out as many non-natives as you want as far as i know ;)
CG is correct, as long as they are not "natives," you are more than welcome to eject them to your heart's desire, IIRC, from the current rules (if only I could find that pesky link to them!)
Cog said here (http://forums2.jolt.co.uk/showpost.php?p=6674314) in another thread:
A "native" is a nation that resides in the region long-term, where the owner of that nation considers that region to be home. (I'm not sure what the judgement is for players with many puppets and who keep several puppets in several places long-term. Carinthe and Crazy Girl: I'm looking at you, here. ) If a native nation grants a UN endorsement to any nation, then the endorsement, itself, is called a "native endorsement".
A "non-native" is the catch-all designation for any nations that aren't natives. The "native" and "non-native" sets are all-inclusive and mutually-exclusive; a nation must be one or the other, not both, and not neither. Spies residing in a region long-term and working for an outside force are not natives. If a non-native nation grants a UN endorsement to any nation, then the endorsement, itself, is called a "non-native endorsement".
I don't know if that particularly helps, but it might clear up some light on who you can and cannot kick at this point.
The problem lies in the gathering of all that information, and the fun part begins when you get a mod message that you are not allowed to ban natives. Than you remove the password, and clean the banlist, out of frustration. :p