Watcher on the Walls
- Jan 22, 2012
As a Jew I cannot express how awesome this mod is! Thanks Frostschaden!
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That would require a lot of work, and mainly systems that won't mesh with other mods.So, I've been using this mod while playing as a Zoroastrian. It's a little annoying that when I let Jewish characters into my court, they all hate me because I have a different culture and religion from them. Is there any way to maybe put in an opinion bonus so that your Jewish courtiers don't always hate you? It would also be nice to maybe include something like the "tolerant" and "anti-semite" traits that The Prince and the Thane uses - I'd like to have a series of rulers who are tolerant like Cyrus the Great, but the way culture and religion destroy opinion makes that hard.
Yeah, I am amazed at how well the clothes turned out. This is the first time I've tried a more realistic style.Pretty clothes.
With some work, I guess.Is this mod compatible with CK2+? The Jewish factors in CK2+ just aren't in depth enough for me, and I want more.
They're quite colourful in the illustrations I've based myself on. Perhaps the epaulettes could use a colour more similar to the breast plate.I would suggest making the clothes have a slightly more subdued or worn out color - right now they look a tad bit too colorful in an unrealistic way, but it's definitely a good start.
Not at the moment, no. It shouldn't be too hard to do this manually, however.Frost do you have plans to make this compatible with any of the following mods?
No. I might include some heresy events in a later release, though.Also, is it possible to convert to Karaism and/or Jewish-Christianity?
The Samaritans never had their high priesthood abolished (it still continues unbroken), while the Karaites are centered around a secular exilarch. That exilarch will inevitably disappear, though.I just played this mod with an ashkenazi led Venice and I'm really amazed.
But why karaites and samaritans have a religious heads while rabbinicals not?
Are you running any other mods?I'm having some issue with Falashim/Mizharim marrying my family, worse than that: female falashim are marrying my 0 years old daughter on Prussia.
Sure, saves me the trouble of making compatible versions.I don't remember if I asked before, but I'd like to ask permission to integrate this into VIET (or at least most of it or parts of it). I'll probably be doing so in the near future.