- Jun 5, 2011
The Italian nomads would be playable by a human in the 1749 save, though ... especially given how you can conquer lands as a nomad and given your current tech level. In fact it would probably be too easy
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Really ? Even with -3 stability, -100 prestige, rebels all over the place, war against most nations, small fleet which means few tariffs, and colonial revolts around the corner ? You serious ? Would take a very skilled human player IMHO.The Italian nomads would be playable by a human in the 1749 save, though ... especially given how you can conquer lands as a nomad and given your current tech level. In fact it would probably be too easy
All true, but after consolidation ( some losses would be unavoidable , unfortunately ) , you would be a high tech nomad I'm not saying that the consolidation part would be easy , though ... but after that the sky is the limitReally ? Even with -3 stability, -100 prestige, rebels all over the place, war against most nations, small fleet which means few tariffs, and colonial revolts around the corner ? You serious ? Would take a very skilled human player IMHO.
Wow. I would be totally in awe if you managed to pull it off. IMHO it would require not only great skills but also a lot of endurance and frustration tolerance.I've downloaded the save but probably won't look at it until the end of my AAR so 2013
I agree Switzerland did good, but I wasn't exactly throwing everything I had at themNot to play down your accomplishments here, but my favourite thing about that was how Switzerland who have barely expanded beyond their natural borders, held their own fairly well against a world-spanning behamoth who owns roughly half the globe and was in the end brought down by the billion vassals you have carpet bombing them with seiges.
Yeah, Switzerland is awesome.
Yeah, the Imperialism CB would work, but I would need to get several uncored provinces first and possibly risk overextension again. Only around 1687 will several provinces core and I will be able to do that with impunity. But I have a truce with Switzerland till 1683 anyway.Ouch, tricky mission: you can't isolate the cap ( it literally borders all their provinces except the more western one ), you can't liberate much of the Swiss territory, if any at all ( Sundgau , maybe ? ) ... so, unless someone goes crazy on the Swiss and grabs a handful of their provinces to allow you to annex the rest ( but who ? The French ? ), you will need to gobble all of the Switzerland to get Bern. Imperialism CB FTW ?
That's very good to know. But luckily my economy is pretty strong and I won't probably will need to mint, all the more now with a Master of Mint, National Bank, Tax Assessor, high Centralization and Gold StandardYeah, small-scale war sounds good in this situation.
Gold Standard is very nice but, considering that you still have some inflation, you should be careful about it now. If inflation hits 10 while you have Gold Standard you get an ugly event where you lose the modifier and get a stab hit and a lot of inflation, best to avoid that.