Gouverneur van Torkia
- Aug 1, 2018
This fantasy scenario marks Paradox Development Studios first departure from history(And now they've gone really-really far.) Hearing of Europe from travelling Northmen, the blood drenched Nahuatl Civilization has risen early and now spread like a virulent plague. Prepare to defend all you hold dear against the Sunset Invasion!
Jade Serpent will feature:
Sunset Invasion Overhaul:
Sunset Invasion event now shows in new form, with offmap Mexikha power integrated.
The Imperial Majesty Request:
A new “Mexikha Screen” lays out the status and desires of the Huetlahtoani of Mexikha, letting you keep tabs on what he wants and how to earn his favor.
Present Tribute For Now:
Submit to the Empire as a tributary, always keeping an eye on the waning power of the Huetlahtoani, so you can time your escape to freedom. Or simply becoming a reliable ally of Huetlahtoani.
Booty and the West:
Collect wondrous new Mexikha artifacts for your characters; explore a new Triangular trade route that adjusts returns based on Mexikha’s stability
This expansion is still in early beta. You can play it with a previous savegame. However you'll be unable to revert the savegame back to Vanilla state.
As I mentioned, that early beta means it may have weird behaviors, and the localisation strings are improvised and incomplete. Please report any bugs you found with screenshots below.
Set game rule "Sunset Invasion" to "Random" will fire it immediately, for beta test purpose.
Upload your art works and replace my makeshift graphic files! Every helps are welcome.
- ChaosRobie, for his well-sort out string files as a template.
- [PRKL] AlexanderBoesen, for his nice Aztec Dynasty Flags.
- Pre-Colombian Mexica artists of the 15th century. Keepscases modified it into. "The Aztec sun calendar is a circular stone with pictures representing how the Aztecs measured days, months, and cosmic cycles.." Available at: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Aztec_calendar.svg. Accessed Sep. 19, 2019.
- Mexica artists of the 15/16th century. photography by Geni. "Double headed turquoise serpentAztecbritish museum" Available at: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:double_headed_turquoise_serpentAztecbritish_museum.jpg. Accessed Sep. 19, 2019.
- Sweynheim & Pannartz 115R, Proto-Roman font by anrt-type, for banner pic