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Any record for most provinces gained under the rule of one ruler? I'm at 48.
Had a few minutes to kill and I haven't set a record in a while, Didn't feel like doing one of the die-rolley country formations which require lucky inheritance or claims or border disputes, so...
Don't think this is doable much faster, although I could probably cut a month or so if I really wanted. Might do a few more records while I'm at it; haven't decided yet.
Edit: might improve on this one later, but it's a start.
Last edited by Pewt; 29-08-2012 at 23:19.
I beat the record of the Biggest Dynasty (Not counting PU's): 16 with myself.
Last edited by TheKyle; 29-08-2012 at 23:53.
0 infamy and 21k manpower? I have to
call bulladmit my own ability to think outside the box on that one The only possible explanation I can think of for the lack of infamy is "claims on our rivals" but no Irish minor starts with the diplomatic skill needed to trigger that event as far as I recall/you luckilly inherited all Irish minors and England, neither of which you said were involved.
Please throw it in my face.
Edit: Spies are a thought, but they take 18+ months to defect. Not to mention the other Irish wouldn't defect to you unless conquered and conquerers of Ireland could easilly smash some rebels.
Start as England, conquer Ireland, and culture shift?
Notice how my capital is in Meath, my stability is at -3, my manpower is over 20k, and I was careful not to show the mainland.