If only Victoria 2 was as beautiful, I might try to play France in it. And while CK3 map is not as horrid as some people claim, Imperator always reminds me that it could be better.Greetings, readers! In advance of our next big content-focused dev diary, here's a teaser of our work-in-progress new UI skin:
Well you got them both right! Hyderabad and yes, that's the old Nepalese flag.I think the second flag is Hyderabad, but no clue about the first one - reminds me of Nepal though, perhaps something in the Himalayas as well? Kingdom of Mustang?
We're keenly aware of the question around the slave pop icon, and we're open to suggestions. As we outlined in the dev diary, it felt odd to have only white characters except for the slave, although for sure in the time period the most egregious example of slavery was that of the Western enslavement of people of African descent. Ideally, we would have pop icons look different based on the culture of the province (I think Victoria 3 has managed to do this with pop icons unique to every pop! We would love to have that...)I don't want to sound racist, but white slave especially in this period of time looks kinda odd. Victoria II itself used black man to portray slaves.
In case of flags idk the first one (looks like Persia to me), but second one is Hanoverian horse for certain, tho it's the first time I see this flag :O
Btw. I know Lenin is the simbol of revolution, but he himself wasn't proletarian/worker. He was a lawyer so he would be in a "upper strata" I think
I know "Sickle" is in the Soviet Union flag, but as a tool it reminds me of the peasants/serfs much more than for example "Scythe". Maybe because it was much simpler tool and it suits the image of hard working almost slave-like "hunched" man.If you have any good photos on how the serf should look like, I'd be happy to see them, and maybe take some inspiration. Keep in mind that it's very hard to show a serf that would look different from proletariat dude for example.
As for the proletariat icon I disagree - man on the background image is looking very proletariat-y, and the only difference with the icon is the broom and the hat (that would be hard to show on the icon, it may look like hair). I'll take a look at it though.
What about this picture?If you have any good photos on how the serf should look like, I'd be happy to see them, and maybe take some inspiration. Keep in mind that it's very hard to show a serf that would look different from proletariat dude for example.