1) Did you READ the link? King Francis was imprisoned in Madrid at first.
He still didn´t face any repercussions by the Pope so allowing the Pope to excommunicate cause of that is unhistorical.1) Did you READ the link? King Francis was imprisoned in Madrid at first.
2) The alliance was deemed unholy
3) EU4: there are no (none, zero) French - Ottoman events
4) Weak Ottomans? WHAT? Google "Top 10 Strongest Starting Nations in EU4 youtube" Ottomans are #1 - by AlzaboHD on Feb 2019.
The allowing vulgar bibles is perfectly analogous to: the issue of Morphine ( or take your pick of cocaine or other illicit drugs) was (is) not allowing allowing dangerous drugs but allowing unauthorized use of dangerous drugs."sola fide" as a "concession" makes absolutely no sense theologically when looking at Catholic doctrine, it's completely illogical to include this as a decision in-game. the "allowing vulgar bibles" one makes no sense either seeing as the issue at the time was not allowing bible translation but allowing unauthorized bible translations. I get the feeling whoever is in charge of the Catholicism content doesn't know a lot about Catholicism in the time period (or today)
I wonder how detached from reality a person has to be to think Orthodoxy didn´t receive any love.I'm going to cry. So many DLCs, and expansions in EUIV, yet no love for Byzantium in years. I only play Byzantium, and with every DLC I hope there is something in store for Byzantium. But usually, I'm left disappointed. Now Catholics get even more powerful, and no love for Orthodoxy or the Empire. Though, all I really want is more accepted cultures for Byzantium (Let's face it, unless a skilled player reinvigorates the Empire, it's dead anyway, so it's not necessary game braking. I want like +20 accepted culture pool for Byzantium, as a reward for rebuilding it back to life). But all hope is not lost yet. Maybe the devs can yet be kind to us Byzantithills and sprinkle some love in this expansion? Here's to hoping!
Please, don't use such strong expressions with my friend Mastah Jedi. You're right regarding that Orthodox is a nice religion in game. He's also right the Byzantines might get some culture bonuses, since they had ruled the diverse region centuries before and had good relations with the different peoples in the Balcans. Let's keep the forum civil! Cheers, love and peace to everyone!I wonder how detached from reality a person has to be to think Orthodoxy didn´t receive any love.
Have you not seen the curia now has its own bank? Which is helped by having more tags in the worldI have an idea to adress the main fault of Catholic mechanics, namely that its more beneficial to have fewer Catholic nations because its easier to hog the papacy.
And the answer is very simple: reward competition.
Every country that invests in the Curia should lower the cost of Curia actions for every Catholic by -1 (naturally would reset at pope death)
Therefore, if there are are 30 healthy Catholic nations, all investing and competing for the curia it might be hard for you to get the seat but at least you will get to benefit from dirt cheap curia power costs.
If you wipe out the competition are there are only 4 catholics left you get to be the curia controller, but the power costs will be much higher.
However, since this has the potential to decrease curia power costs dramatically, i would first increase the base costs by 100% and place a hard cap at a fixed value, like 30.
Its really not, its helped by having true faith provinces under the control of the clergy.Have you not seen the curia now has its own bank? Which is helped by having more tags in the world
if states are weaker then theyll find it harder to centralise their nations I feel, and so the clergy will have higher amounts of land than in one centralised tagIts really not, its helped by having true faith provinces under the control of the clergy.
It ultimately doesn't matter the tag number, if you eliminate all rivals you can keep the coffers full by giving true faith provinces to the clergy. There is not a limit on how much a single tag can contribute.