Danzig was an imperial city, although the area around it wasn't part of the empire. The Teutonic Order and Livonian Order also had some kind of special status in the Holy Roman Empire and are mentioned in some documents from the middle ages as being member states...but aren't shown on maps from the same period. Very unusual, very hard to figure out. In the end we decided not to touch it - we simply left the Paradox vanilla settings.Originally Posted by Dominik
I'm not sure about specific provinces. We spent a solid month debating Ruthenian cultures before Gold 2 came out and got people to vote on a plan. Changing culture is always complicated and certain to offend people, so in the end we waited until we had majority support for one plan before changing anything. It's possible that some provinces were allocated badly, but we'd need another month of voting before I would be willing to change it. Too many people get upset over culture in the game to blithely change at a whim.Another question why is Ruthenia of belarussian culture? It's heart of western Ukraine, it should be ukrainian. The same with Volhynia.
No, that's a fault with the mod; luckily, we've solved it for the next version, which ought to be released quite soon.Also I got a CTD while playing a bit with scenario start date and then starting a game, but this may be a fault of the engine, not the MMG.