- Apr 12, 2009
Im really enjoyng this mod thanks for creating it!
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Excellent mod! I very much like the map and the set-up.
However, I am getting a crash playing as the Varangians on exactly August 1, 852. I have looked through the event files and haven't found one that triggers on that exact date. I have the save game if you wish to look at it.
Have you patched your game to 1.01? My crash problems with Medieval World have stopped completely with the new patch.
I'm not sure if 3.01 fixes this but if you are still getting errors you may try copying contents of this archive: http://cid-a80a324886980c06.skydriv... Medieval World/SpreadOfChristianity^_fix.zip to "Mods\Medieval World 3\Db\Events\SpreadOfChristianity" replacing all the files. You may continue the game from the last save and the problem should be resolved.
There was an error in the event for conversion of Poland to Christianity in 966 and if in 965 Polans decide to go Christian there was no way for the crash not to happen
Hmmm. Playing the most recent version of the mod (1067 scenario), about 1096 I got an event titled "Jean Calvin" with text referring to the establishment of the Reformed church (!). The effect of the event was to establish something called "Crusader Catholic" religion - I deduce that this has to do with a First Crusade event chain. The title and event text were way out of context, though.
Second, the French crown got Auvergne in 1199, and I think they still had it in 1205.
Third, after seeing the cool new loading screens for vanilla and AGCEEP, I thought it'd be neat to have one for this mod, too. So I made the screen below. Thoughts?
Now I'm not sure where I got 1199 from; I'm pretty sure this (which you probably can't read; it's a paper in a historial journal about the Anglo-Norman state), but it points to 1189:Do you have any source? Sources I've read don't seem clear on when Philip annexed Auvergne but i've seen the year 1209 thrown about.
Originally posted by C. Warren Hollister
On Henry II's death, Philip obliged Richard I to relinquish his claims to Auvergne and portions of Berry . . .
I think maps make the best loading screens, but that's just me.You don't like the Fall of Constantinople loading screen? I'll have to see how yours looks in-game. But it certainly looks good here.
Why have you forsaken us?!I'll be honest and say I've pretty much abandoned this project since Christmas. I don't know why, I just bored of things. If there is enough interest I may attempt to relook at it. It's clear from recent posts that there's still much work to be done.