- Jul 4, 2015
I definitely agree, but im not sure if its even possible since afaik hair, along with clothes and facial features, are tied to a specific portrait set. You can probably make different sets for a single ethnicity so they would have different hairstyles depending on their culture (like how there are different sets for turkish characters to match their religion), but even then i dont know how it can be done or if its possibleHey, is it possible to tie the haircut and facial hair choices available for a character, to its culture? I personally find odd when this happens:
I mean, why do people that think of themselves as greeks would use culturally foreign fashion choices? Those are the most extreme examples in my opinion which are also specially common in the roman empire due its proximity with nomad pechenegs, turks and other nomadic people.
I think its's a new vanilla addition, and represents if your character is friends/rival/lover to said characters, depending on the color (blue/red/pink).