- Oct 26, 2003
One thing that I hope is a bit different in CK2 than Rome is tyranny. I felt that in Rome, it was much too hard to imprison or execute/banish anyone because the negatives gained from tyranny were far too punitive. If we look at it historically, imprisoning, executing, or banishing people usually didn't lead to too much loyalty loss or revolt risk unless the person was much loved, or you did it to craploads of people. In Rome, trying to execute just 1 person would give you a lot of revolt risk. I hope in CK2 this is different. Because, if the King discovers a plot that is dastardly enough, I don't think he should take a tyranny hit to kill the plotters. Also, executing foreigners captured in war shouldn't give tyranny.Yep, talk to them, imprison them, or have them killed. Your choice.