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.
Great, but just a sidenote: I would not recommend using the word "race". I know that in American English it seems to be fully tolerated, but for others it is quiet offending.
Otherwise, everything looks great except for Lunatic in my opinion.
Great work! I wish to see tiered military head gears someday.
my take on tiered-military gear is that our development time is better spent on things that we have yet to improve or revisit.
The option is still there and it installs just fine, I just checked it. You sure you said "no" to the prompt that immediately follows the prompt for CPRplus?What happened to the "revert to vanilla Western faces" that was in the previous HIP patch ? It's no longer in the 10-4-2015 HIP update. I like CPR, just prefer vanilla Western faces for Urzahailian culture.
Genoese uses the Occitan portrait set, which has a tanner skin than the Western character (if you installed CPRplus's Western faces, that is). The portrait set uses Iberian beards and hairs, so it's somewhat different from the Western portrait set in that respect. I'm thinking about giving the Occitans French headgear to make them to look a bit more different, though.Not all Italian cultures use the same faces, but the Italian portraits nails it! I think Genoese still uses default western. And the Iberian portrait happen to look realistic since they fit Iberian features!
Uh, is this your way of asking for FAQ update? Ones you mentioned are simple enough, I should add those in soon...I can't wait to add additional customizations and immersion by getting the Sicilians and Southern Italians to use the Greek Byzantine portraits and changing the making the western steppe faces to look a little bit more Caucasian/Byzantine
East Africa is indeed on our to-do list!I also agree with the idea that East Africans can use a portrait set of their own, more slimmer and almost a little bit more Southern Indian