- Oct 22, 2019
New Dev Diary tomorrow
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.
I wasn't complaining though, just pointing out.Doesn't seem like something worth complaining or talking about.
Duh, developers of cyberpunk 2070 (first person shooter, i.e. you don't even see your character most of the time) boasted that they added genital customisationBut... shape? You wont see it through clothing really, sure there are nudists but few and far between.
It is a good argument in favour of getting ruler designer without coat-of-arms designer now. Whatever features that vaporware of a game is alleged to have or not, is irrelevant as long as we cannot play it.Duh, developers of cyberpunk 2070 (first person shooter, i.e. you don't even see your character most of the time) boasted that they added genital customisation
And it's not just about breasts, i would like just as much ability to add 10 pack abs to male characters (you see, i am a bit of perfectionist...)
I'm guessing they may make inactive religions or things such as you mention be a trigger that it won't be ironman enabled. But I suppose if one of the team could answer that it'd be appreciated by some? (Myself included given the impact on the game meta if it isn't).I'm concerned about balancing issues with wildly different religions and cultures being freely available. I'd be much happier if culgures outside your culture group and faiths outside of your religion had a points cost.
I'm very excited regardless of this minor issue. Congratulations on delivering this in short order, and as a free update! Thanks!
Due to the CK3 genetics system your appearance will persist (partly) through the generations. The CoA can change completely for a new house, though.Personally I think a CoA customization feature is more important than character appearance customization (and would also almost certainly have been easier and quicker to implement). The individual character will generally be there no more than 50-75 years while the CoA is through the entire game...
I understand that but how often do you change your own house? The only time it would really make sense is to form a junior house which isn't something you're likely to want to do unless you start as a branch of a multi-crown family which isn't something you can do as a custom character (unless things are different from CK II in that regard).Due to the CK3 genetics system your appearance will persist (partly) through the generations. The CoA can change completely for a new house, though.
Since PDX forgot to make one, I did. Here's my Spouse Designer mod which lets you customize your ruler AND your spouse: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2298410092OMG it is the SPOUSE CREATOR! YES, now I can finally make me and my girlfriend, watch them get kids and then decide if I should in real life or not...