- Sep 10, 2011
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
Popular opinion is the opinion that a county has of its ruler, general opinion is the opinion of every character in the game. Two separate things.Ooooh, me likey!
Each of them seems like a must-have, which means that playthroughs will be truly unique!
I do read that popular opinion is CK2's general opinion, so I wonder, is that one perk from the stewardship lifestyle tree nerved, the one that gave 50 of that stuff?
Legacies are used by the whole dynasty. It's the head who gets to choose which to unlock.@rageair
Dynastic legacies are only used by the dynasty head, right? I'm just thinking in terms of the AI, and also multiplayer games where people may play as characters from the same dynasty (such as all those Karlings in 867). There's no way for these bonuses to ever multiply/stack is there?
What condition does the "Scaly" trait represent? I'm pretty sure this is the first time such a trait is mentioned.Architected Ancestry allows you to select one of the following traits to more commonly appear among your Dynasty Members: Beauty (Tier 1), Physique (Tier 1), Intelligence (Tier 1), Fecund (50% more fertility), Giant, Dwarf, Scaly or Albino.
Have you considered giving well established dynasties enough renown to choose their first (or maybe even second) legacy right at the start?We considered it, and it'd be possible to do, but was decided against because we didn't really want to railroad you down a specific path if you choose to play as any of those. Regardless, prominent royal families like the Seljuks are going to gain their first Legacies wayyyy faster than most Dynasties.
Scaly? That's new, could we get a picture to get a better idea of what it is?Architected Ancestry allows you to select one of the following traits to more commonly appear among your Dynasty Members: Beauty (Tier 1), Physique (Tier 1), Intelligence (Tier 1), Fecund (50% more fertility), Giant, Dwarf, Scaly or Albino.
You don't get renown by "just existing" you get renown based on how prestigious titles dynasty members hold. You get more for being a king than a Duke. And if you are a King you don't get any renown from your vassal brother in your kingdom but you would if he ruled over a duchy in another nation.Do you feel like earning renown just by existing is kinda problematic? I can have a dynasty full of cowards be known for their glory, or a dynasty full of schemers known as pious/ studious. This makes it weird sometimes right? It's not like the personal tree where being in-chararacter helps u earn them faster.