The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
If they ever gonna change the balance and the number of men in an elephant cohort I'm not against it, but this is a very small issue in my eyes.Manpower is fighting manpower, supply and care is abstracted. The 1000 or right now the 500 men will fight when there is a battle and have the same values between them.
Then cohorts should be 600 men strong.A lot more goes into battle than just fighting - you need to feed the elephants, give them water, clear away their waste, scour the landscape to make sure they can cross it, etc. Just envision those extra men in the cohort as the caretakers
Yea, that little detail is a small thorn in my side for an otherwise stellar DD.Maybe just to change the names for legions for different cultures. But this is what we all wanted, and finally, we are getting it.
I'd be skeptical of having too many characters just created out of thin air, but I imagine that they'll balance things like birth rates to compensate. You're absolutely right on tediousness, however; perhaps they could make it that you as the player assign the legate, and then the legate selects three tribunes to act as a patron towards? Could even then tie it into a mechanic to help the tribunes improve their military ability, thus adding an extra means of education to the game.Looks fantastic but I do have a small concern regarding the tribunes. There are 3 of them per legion. So if I have just 3 legions, that is 12 (3 legates and 9 tribunes) new jobs to fill. If these people will die and need to be replaced in regular intervals that is a LOT of new busywork for the player that does not sound particularly fun. Also potentially game breaking as there are barely enough people born to fill the existing offices not to mention new one. Would it not be possible to have the game generate the tribunes - young men with some talent for warfare who can, through the years of service develop their skills and potentially become generals/admirals one day or even enter the realm of politics/be adopted by a great family? That might be fun for role playing too.