- Apr 16, 2015
Yeah, it is kinda odd seeing the Adamites as part of the religion when the Hussites had a predilection for killing them.I have one question: Will the different factions within the hussite faith play an important role? Bc the hussite faith was never really united and it had widely different factions. One might see the reaproachment to catholicism or protestantism as the moderate factions and the independent one as the radical one, but Id hope that there were more flavor events and decisions in regard to the different factions, maybe even an civil war event between them?
Staying Catholic will still be superior in some regards. By keeping Catholic ruler you can basically pick any European dynasty that you want at the start of the game, which is very useful for getting PUs over major countries. If you want to unify HRE fast and perhaps even prevent Shadow Kingdom, which will now be somewhat easier for non-Austrians, staying Catholic is also vital. One of the Bohemian traditions is increased imperial authority, which will now be more valuable since adding provinces is nerfed, so Catholic Bohemia will be second only to Austria when it comes to the speed at which you can form HRE.Is Catholic still significantly less viable a choice mechanically?
These questions make it seem like you didn't read the diary: The option to go Hussite increases reform desire, Hussites get +3% missionary strength against heretics, and yes, Hussites get a unique set of church aspects to choose from.Will their resurgence increase Reform Desire?
How hard will it be to convert provinces to or away from Hussite?
Finally, will the Hussites have a different set of choices than Vanilla protestants when it comes to modifying their Church? Can they instead simply establish a state church like the Anglicans without a CoR?
That kind of gamey things are really annoying, like "Hey! People are wary of us, let's make pacifism part of our religion! Hey! People aren't wary of us anymore, let's not be pacifist anymore!"When you declare wars, you lose 1 stability. Intention is that you spend your church power to switch into this Aspect when you need to burn your AE, then switch to something else when you're ready to go conquering again.
Thank would be great, there are some weird ones. I second this. (To bad last I heard they have exactly 1 person who handles the converter, and with CKII being done with development, who knows if they even care at this point.)Is there any chance of ck2 converter religions being added to custom nations?
Because Brandenburg really needs the additional +10% ICA?Can a Hussite Brandenburg form Prussia?
Perhaps scale the strength of Centers of Reformation based on Catholicism’s reform desire? This would weaken the Hussite CoR without affecting the later Protestant and Reformed CoR’s very much, especially if the scaling effect is capped at 100% reform desire.Reducing the CoR for Hussite faith to 100 years is better, but honestly I think that's still kind of strong, I mean, that's about 26.5% of the game. Maybe it should be reduced to 50 years, max 75 years? I understand the idea that if Hussite rises up before any other movement then yes perhaps nearby people would be converted, but I'm worried about the constant growing and how strong CoR are at the moment at just demolishing Catholicism in Europe at the moment.
That could work too, I was just thinking if the CoR was even at an average level that 100 years of it is quite a bit and could easily make a red central Europe before the Reformation even startsPerhaps scale the strength of Centers of Reformation based on Catholicism’s reform desire? This would weaken the Hussite CoR without affecting the later Protestant and Reformed CoR’s very much, especially if the scaling effect is capped at 100% reform desire.
I tend to agree that Centers of Reformation are too strong as it is, especially the Hussite one if the dev clash is still representative of the final state of the patch, even after the changes they mentioned.That could work too, I was just thinking if the CoR was even at an average level that 100 years of it is quite a bit and could easily make a red central Europe before the Reformation even starts