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Keizer Harm

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Very simple mod that's the first one I actually finished. It makes about 5% of characters clinically infertile. However, you won't know which 5%, until you are married for years, fail to produce heirs, and begin suspecting things... (or your spouse does) There's a small event chain associated with it. Really this is a tiny mod to give some juicy immersion and it should be compatible with just about anything.

Feel free to suggest improvements!
 

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Thanks for making this mod! Infertility is one of the things that's missing from the base game. However, I have a small complain. If a married character thinks he or she is infertile, he/she has a chance to become Stressed or Depressed, IIRC. However, the spouse ALSO gets a 50% chance to become Stressed. I think this makes sense if the character has no children or valid heirs, but if you have several wives/concubines or you already have several valid heirs, I believe you shouldn't be so worried about one of your wives having difficulties conceiving. You should definitely be concerned if you think it's your "fault", of course. What do you think?
 

Keizer Harm

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Ah yes, I thought I had taken polygamy into account properly, but the case you mention is definitely something I overlooked! Someone with an infertile concubine or consort should not become Stressed, or even get the possibility of beheading them; they should be able to set them aside without second thought - perhaps they could then have their servants search the realm for a new concubine/consort that's guaranteed to be lustful, at a cost.

I will definitely tackle this in the near future; however, I am on a long holiday at the moment and do not have that much time on a physical computer as I would want. So check back in a month or so :)