Studio Manager Paradox Tinto
- Dec 14, 1999
Since casus belli is such a core concept to the game, Doomdark wrote a document on which different ones there is and how it works.
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I'd say the increase of default BadBoy/Infamy to four points a province, up from the standard 1 for Same/Heretic and 0.5 for Heathen (before 1650) is a rather heavy penalty.Might have missed a dev diary, but for these CB:s to realy ,matter, I hope that non-CB landgrabs have been penalized more heavily then before i regards to BB (infamy), or that BB limit has been drasticaly reduced, or this CB:s are a bit wothless
I don't think so. It seems that some of the casus bellis are better than going to war without one, but not by too much. I'm assuming that going to war without one is now a significantly badder idea.i hated how hard was to get in wars before but now it seems that it will be too easy...
fabricate claims it's totally useless now
sadly 'holy war' isn't alvailable to eastern , like muslim vs hindu states in india , etc