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    Quick question. Is bad boy in ck2? It must be hidden if it is?

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    Can't wait to get to play the complete game. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJL18 View Post
    Quick question. Is bad boy in ck2? It must be hidden if it is?
    No badboy because all your war must be justified. But be a tyan will upset your vassals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aether911 View Post
    No badboy because all your war must be justified. But be a tyan will upset your vassals.
    Cool thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannie View Post
    Here is something to keep you busy while waiting for the release.

    The Crusader Kings II manual as PDF in four languages:

    EN:Attachment 46942 FR: Attachment 46939 GE: Attachment 46940 SP: Attachment 46941
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    Thank you, Paradox!

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    Thanks!

  7. #27
    Yes, thank you. Very nicely written too, congrats to the author.

    The appendix was really helpful too but would have been nice to have all the stats and numbers relating to the traits, but it's thorough enough I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Rogov View Post
    "The User may not change, adapt, translate, sub-let, lease,
    sell with profit, or distribute the Software, nor may he store it on a public network
    or create derivative products based on the Software or any of its parts."

    Does this mean mods are forbidden?
    I believe it just means not modifying the exe file.

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    yay something to do while I'm suffering from mononucleosis :s

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    I haven't opened any of this yet, but it's quit strange that the french manual is the lightest. French is usual longer than english :S

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    simplest manual, probably will be the hardest paradox game. Just one question - how do you actually ally with someone? Its mentioned you can call them to arms, and you can see who they are, but where do you make alliances?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharmy View Post
    simplest manual, probably will be the hardest paradox game. Just one question - how do you actually ally with someone? Its mentioned you can call them to arms, and you can see who they are, but where do you make alliances?
    Marriage between (close) family members of both sides to be allies.

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    Nice!
    Thank you!

    That's one of the reasons i check forum daily...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slepowron View Post
    Marriage between (close) family members of both sides to be allies.
    Plus you can see when you are arranging marrage if it will form an alliance. This is because there is a blue flag in the corner of the potrait if the marriage will result in a marriage (you can also hover over it and see)

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    On the Frontpage there are 5 versions. A US-English and an EU-English. Where is the difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by siis View Post
    On the Frontpage there are 5 versions. A US-English and an EU-English. Where is the difference?
    I presume for us brits and irish players !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erispoe View Post
    I haven't opened any of this yet, but it's quit strange that the french manual is the lightest. French is usual longer than english :S
    After reading that I got curious about the French version. I only read the first 10 pages and the translation is not that great so far, was that translated by a native French speaker ? It doesn't look like it, it's too bad the english version is very well written.

    Thanks for the manual anyway it was just a sidenote I don't want to sound like I'm complaining

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    Thank you! This will help me survive the long week until release

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    I have a question about some of the titles listed in the appendix. In Appendix 9.3 there is a list of minor titles that can either be awarded, or are given out automatically according to circumstances that might arise, to members of the court. An example of the former would be "Master of the Hunt", and the latter, "Regent." But there seem to be quite a few other titles in the list, that apparently can be given to the members of the court, that weren't present as an option in the demo (for example, "Court Jester" and "Keeper of the King's Swans"). Is this because it was the demo, and not the full version of the game? Or are they simply made available later in the game (i.e. through technological advancement)?

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    In the manual it says:

    From the Vassals button, you can raise the levy of individual vassals.
    There is no upfront fee for this: it is your vassalsí duty to provide these
    troops, but you will have to pay their monthly upkeep.

    However I thought vassels paid for the upkeep of the soliders you raise from them in ck2? I am sure the mods have said this in the forum?

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