Unfortunately it seems that the stats I most regularly need to check in the ledger are not there, namely their development and land/naval forcelimits... any hope of adding those as well? Things like religious unity, national unrest, etc. would also be helpful (feel free to remove the sailors tab if you need more space )Secondly, as you can see in the screenshot, we added a new interface to the expansion, so you can quickly see the details on your subjects, how their economy is doing, and the other relevant stats. This helps us to see if we can build more fortifications in their territory, or if we need to subsidize their armies to kickstart their economy.
no, thats not planned.Will direct control of subject armies ever be considered? I remember one previous PDX game had a request control of subject/puppet armies diplomatic option. Couldn't this option be in EUIV as well, and like have it cost something, maybe increasing subjects liberty desire, because you're taking away their autonomy, or sth like that.
No, it uses YOUR modifiers.Yay! More subject interaction! Shaping up to be the best DLC since AoW!
On the note of development, will the "Is A Subject" penalty still affect development costs on subjects if the overlord is performing the development? Because if so, I don't know if I will ever use that ability.
AoW owners is the only ones that have Supportive & Agressive.So, an Art of War owner will have these new 3 military focuses with their subjects even if he/she doesn't own RoM? A Rights of Man -but not AoW- owner will get also the ones you had with Aow?
yes.Can we also get the option of taking on our subject's loans and to be able to reduce their inflation, in exchange for liberty desire? Either through events (might be more balanced) or through the interface. Since they are our dependencies, it would make sense that we can subsidize their national debt. If they couldn't pay, then the bankers would logically move on to petitioning the overlord, instead of accepting bankruptcy.