- Jun 18, 2018
And why should I bother with navies now that they are more expensive both in terms of sailors and ducats?
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Why wouldn't it be a mechanic past 1500?This doesn't fix anything. The only good change here is the raiding change, but raiding shouldn't even be a mechanic past 1500 anyways
Thats actually the amount of crew the fully staffed HMS Victory had.
And are we going to see GBs in eu4 with over 100k sailors?
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Considering that GB was hard pressed for sailors, so much that they had the press and could basically force anyone to server on their ships, and the navy did often steal sailors from the merchant marine while also having far fewer heavy ships than what you can have in EU4 I doubt that your 100k number is anywhere near historical.
So an updated CK2 converter which can accurately portrait Animal World/Kingdom games?
Why can't I full annex Mamluks in one war? It happened in real life..
Finally, we also made it impossible for nations to slave raid on any territory that they have a truce with, so now you can actually protect yourself efficiently against the raiders.
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So if things are getting improved from Pacific to Atlantic then how about adding an improved notification with number showing the amount of alerts (on pic). It would be very helpful for missions if you want to complete one mission later to avoid wasting reward i.e. in that moment when having 100 prestige. So if you'd complete 2 or more missions this improved notification panel'd show how many. Anyone else wants this?
and most importantly that more advanced ships will become far faster, with the most advanced ships being 50% faster than the earliest model of the same type. Galleys however, only increase speed by 25%.