Are there bearded ladies?
Are there bearded ladies?
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From the master of strategy game AI programming "You can't determine hiw the AI in the older engine works by the cripple-scripts that it has to make the AI just do historical things. "
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are there Dragons in Sweden ? if so are there Dragon-born in Sweden as well?
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i think ive missed this, but
Do bastards count for alliances when they marry?
Can you change primary title? i.e. if you have two equal level titles can you change which one the game calls you by?
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Can you marry people in your court who are not from your dynasty? It was always frustrating how you couldn't marry people off who weren't from your dynasty.
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1.) How would something like Henry II's troubles with Thomas Beckett work out in-game? I would imagine that just being able to sack him as your Court Chaplain would be anti-climactic, so would certain rulers of bishoprics be able to interfere with your realm via event?
2.) How do monarchies like that of Isabella and Ferdinand or William and Mary function? Would each ruler be in charge of their separate realm with any possible heir coming to rule both at the time their parents die?
3.) Is parentage readily apparent for all bastards? Or can a character have a hidden bastard trait given at birth that can be found out? Or can certain characters that fall within certain parameters be potentially changed to bastards?
Is the non-playable Muslims/pagans limitation hardcoded, or is it moddable?
Would there be culture subgroups within culture groups? As an example:
--Aghbanian (Caucasian Albanian)
--Arvanite (Balkan Albanian)
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do the Mongols have an option to demand regular tribute as part of a peace offering?
Will there be events when lieges randomly demand new tribute from their vassals?
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1. Will we see Stacks of Doom once again?
2. Will we see "Combat width" or similar limiting factor as in Vic2?
3. How severe attrition will be for large armies?
4. Is there any mechanic to simplify macromanagement when your empire will grow to blob-size?
5. Will CK2 engine be used as a template for Europa Universalis IV?
William and Mary is entirely different in that William was actually joint monarch and refused to be merely King consort. This required modifying the succession to allow William to remain King after Mary's death in preference to the heir, Mary's sister Anne (With James II and his son and daughter with Mary of Modena excluded) William was next in line after Anne and her kids due to his descent from the oldest daughter of Charles I. As far as the stadholdership, Mary had no claims on it and since they never had a son the claim to the stadholdership passed to William's distant cousin (as would be in CKII if you can mod the creation of the republic). I don't think the game supports a joint monarchy.
I saw a sample game where the King of England appears to marry the duchess of Aragon who is vassal to the King of Leon (and engages in hanky panky with her liege)). The two realms seem separate
I remembered that in CK, and it was kind of annoying when one of your kids got outed as a bastard (although TBH that should be expected.) But I think it would be more realistic not to be certain at birth, since in fact it was not always clear and such things could be obfuscated; kind of want to see how this aspect is implemented in CK2.In EU Rome you were told at child's birth. In CK DV you had an event that notified you that one of your children may be a bastard, but that game merely added a bastard trait and did not change the parent.
There are however a couple of prominent examples where the spouse did get incorporated into the sucession, in the cases of the daughters of Louis I of Hungary and Poland. Maria of Hungary married Sigismund of Luxembourg who inherited the Hungarian crown on her death in suspicious circumstances during her pregnancy. Sigismund's second wife was from the Hungarian nobility and their daughter was his heiress. Her sister Jadwiga of Poland married Jogaila of Lithuania in exchange for converting the last pagan state of Europe to christianity (and he took the name Wladislaw II) and he remained king after she died in childberth - however Wladislaw found it advisable to take his next two wives from Piast bloodline until his 4th marriage broke the norm in the desperate attempt to spawn an heir (producing two sons).
My question requires an introduction
Let's say there is ruler which has no male heirs, and he has a brother which is first in succession queue. What happens when ruler dies without male heir but his wife is pregnant ? Will the realm be inherited by brother, or the inheritance will be suspended until the baby is born ?
1) Exactly how close are you allowed to marry your family, or is it not restricted like it was in CK?
2) Is it still highly expensive with little to no reward to go on Crusades?
3) I've been hearing about randomized counts/dukes, would it be possible to mod in a scenario in which almost everything is randomized, including the Count, Duke, King, and Empire boarders?
is my question on p.10 still going to be answered? seems it was missed.