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See for yourselfI would like to see your diplomatic status as well. Who do you have marriages with? Are you allied to anyone except the two personal unions? That sort of thing.
fixedYoure showing the "Berry annexed" pic twice.
done ^^The map of Europe was most helpful to see where you stand... it also shows how much non-Hohenzollern Europe there is still to bring to the fold
I'm not sure, i'm going to play with the current houserules till i get bavaria back into the family, after that i decide if i stick to the rules or change them to add some challenges.I've been away for a bit and - nice work! Do you paln to place Hohenzollerns on every throne in Europe or just the HRE?
So i'll keep it. I just become hereditary for role playing purposes, it seemed the right step to take if Hohenzollerns want to dominate.i wouldn't mod Landfriede, you did fine when your were a nonenity, you'll do fine as a European power now despite the crippling effects of Landfriede, but for it you wouldn't have become hereditary anyway, would you?
If someone of them becomes Hohenzollern i might ally him ... but they want even marry my beautiful daughters at the moment, so there is just a small chance.Yay! Pie!
Castille and Portugal are gonna war big time. Dont ally them. Seriously.
The red thing in Ireland is Aragon, Spain inherited England, Scotland is in its "natural" bordersWhat is going on with the British Isles?? Scotland's border half way down England, Cornwall an independent nation and Ireland almost united. It looks like England has moved to Ireland or is that GB?
They got that big without my help.Did Brandenburg get that big on it's own or did you help them?
Thanks for the overview. Who is that in Beothuk, New Foundland on the first map?
Is that Castille in Southern England?
rightI do believe its Brabant.
You have to pay Philosophers for that. There are also some cultural decisions giving prestige, so it wasn't a real problem ... ah and i started with 4.0 and patron of arts (changed in 4.1 from +2 prestige to + 3 cultural tradition)How did you get and keep 100 prestige early on as a OPM? I play as Saxony sometimes and my prestige always hovers around 0.
If someone of them becomes Hohenzollern i might ally him ... but they want even marry my beautiful daughters at the moment, so there is just a small chance.
The red thing in Ireland is Aragon, Spain inherited England, Scotland is in its "natural" borders
They got that big without my help.
You have to pay Philosophers for that. There are also some cultural decisions giving prestige, so it wasn't a real problem ... ah and i started with 4.0 and patron of arts (changed in 4.1 from +2 prestige to + 3 cultural tradition)
And now the announcement... This AAR is on hold ... exams period starts on monday and so I have to learn (more than last week ^^). The last exam will take place on 1.3. so it will be a long pause