Wouldn't that be his user made nations mod?
Nope, theres no England, France, Burgundy or any other nations that are in EU3.Originally Posted by PetitBourgeois
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It's my mod actually, one of the tests I've been running these days, working over the basic version of Whole World, I'm substituting little by little the vanilla countries with the new ones, that way it's easier to spot any error or crash. It's also fun to see how countries from both versions interact
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And annexing several province country is possible if that country rebels away from you.
That bug has been reported multiple times, I think its fixed for 3.1.
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And no, not one of them are vassals.
You automatically ally any nation you forced the release of.Originally Posted by TheSultan
I am pretty sure none of the Italian nations were ever annexed in my game.
Corsica begins in 1399 as a province of Genoa. Modena begins as a province of Ferrara.Originally Posted by TheSultan
So, for those two at least, if you started in 1399 then they would've had to have been released. Either that or they rebelled.
I had the same when i play as China. I had to imporve relations with the changati khanate. But I declread war upon them. I got mission failed 4 times in a row lol.Originally Posted by maekh
Even all time favorite Italian nation Urbino? =POriginally Posted by TheSultan
What map mod is that, Monkeyhybrid? That looks awesome.
That would be the graphics mod called 'TOT'Originally Posted by Asmodeous
I see a similar one when France has to 'Conquer Genoa'Originally Posted by maekh
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