EU4 Game Designer
- Sep 4, 2009
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And it does, Vanilla Converter converts to closest EU4 religion. Also I think Nestorianism didn't become an Independent religion until RoI was released. It used to be a heresy.
Yes, it used to be a heresy until RoI. But when the decision was made to give it major religion status, then (in my opinion) it should be applied consitiently among all supported functionalites, including conversion. Anyway, I agreed with that there is no point to discuss it further, as it is just a single customer opinion.
Before Coptic or Ibadi was added to EU4 those religions were independent in CK2 but were still converted to Orthodox or Sunni. I am not going to treat Nestorian any different.
If you want it independent in EU4, complain on the EU4 team and it will be made independent.
Awesome, finally I can start a serious game the currently remaining bugs aren't too game-breaking.
Say, are you aware of the "wife is immune to honorary title opinion bonus" problem and will it be fixed in the next big update? Gifts work, only honorary titles don't.
Couldn't come up with anytihng fun for them so that stuck.Glad to see the Zoroastrian Missionary Malus finally got fixed. And I was also excited to see that you had made it so Nestorian would convert properly... until I looked and they were still completely identical to Orthodox, down to the icon,
Its not that its supposed to be PU's its just represent their ties are more volatile to their vassals. Kinda trying to have my own version of decadence.Also, I noticed that Muslims get PU's instead of vassals (despite the fact they can't legally get PU's)
and there seems to be a vassal cap of four upon conversion (to test this, I killed Karloman before converting, and when I did I saw I only had four vassals. I did a second convert without killing him, and saw both of us each had four vassals, with three of his being ones I had in the previous game). So, to fix this, I would suggest having centralization affect how many vassals you get: 8 being at Decentralized and 0 being at centralized and moving at spaces of two between each law. I also say having Autonomous Crown Authority should give you marches, and Low give you regular vassals.
Couldn't come up with anytihng fun for them so that stuck.
Its not that its supposed to be PU's its just represent their ties are more volatile to their vassals. Kinda trying to have my own version of decadence.
Can't be done or else you will go over your dip relations limit. Crown authority already decides if they get integrated or not.
I would rather like to ask how the game picks which vassals to transfer. Does it do it by the ones with the most land?
It was a tricky one so get back to me if it seem to be back or something.
I put in a few more hours today and it seems as good as ever, it got me passed the original problematic date no problem but this was a really slow creeping bug (40+ hours before it surfaced) however I'm confident it's gone, so good job and thanks.
I haven't been playing CKII in a while now, so I may have missed a new feature. But I have been under a Jihad for about 5 years now, and the Caliph doesn't have any levies raised malus points. Also, he has been sending endless waves of levies; way more soldiers than I'm used to. At the beginning I was slaughtered because I was surprised by the amount of troops he sent at me. I've beaten the guy before, but know I'm having a lot of trouble defeating him.