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Those settlements were, until the late 18th century, very small and tentative however. The rubber trade wouldn't get started until the 19th century, so the major export in the area was foraged herbs and nuts.
I was planning to write a bug report one of these days regarding game start with Lithuania. I see changes are already made, and we have Smolensk- is it Lithuanian vassal?
(Wikipedia: In 1395, while Yury was visiting his father-in-law, Oleg Korotopol of Ryazan, his brother-in-law, Vytautas the Great (Vitovt), took Smolensk and installed his governor there. Four years later, Vytautas was routed by the Tatars in the Battle of the Vorskla River. In 1401, Yury and Oleg made use of his plight to retake Smolensk and Bryansk, where the pro-Lithuanian boyars were promptly executed.)
Also, in 1399 start, is Lithuania at war- a crusade against Golden Horde? And by any chance, is Samogitia reaching the sea?
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The game can handle alot more things without suffering major slowdowns. Not to mention with new things will come new optimizations that will improve performance. Also, (hopefully) will come new access to these new things that will enable modders to do things more directly, thereby making the mods more optimized and streamlined too.
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Fun history story aside, it was technically an English colony as a part of Conneticuit, the Western Reserve. However, it wasn't taxed efficiently, if at all, and had no major communities. While it is inhabitable in the game, it doesn't have a colony there because the number of people settled there was so tiny. The same could be said for Portugal's settlement of the Amazon, except that no one was going to be settling there because of the environment.
PS. I am nearly certain that Maine was a part of King René of Anjou's domain, but I can't find proof. I'm living in Provence right now and I swear I've seen stuff mentioning his rule as Count/Duke of Maine, but I can't prove it.
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+1 for London port.
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Nice, nice, nice! This gets better every day.
Though I hope you didn't nerf France too much.
For one, a strong France gave at least a decent challenge near the end of the game...
+1 London Port
I am glad they removed the PTI. Wasteland will have a dull grey color it seems but it is a big improvement.
It would be nice if some wasteland areas could be colonized later on as technology advanced. Sort of like the Victorian system. You could colonize the interior of Africa after you invented Machine Guns I think.
Whatever the case, it will give modders more options anyway.
a)local ruler's control over the area
b)national control over the area
They wouldn't necessarily be in competition; but if the national control was low enough they might be more likely to break away as an actual vassal, and if no one had decent control, then it's probably no man's land.
Well this is probably something for EUIV, if that, so..
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