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.
Does that mean you will also be reworking the objective reward for path of righteousness? Will it get something else for reward or will it just target all the new paths?It's still a work in progress, so somewhat too early to go into details. But we tried to have different paths represented, and not just a singular "Blood Sorcery" lifestyle.
I would stick with V5 discipline rules, if you include every discipline they ever came up with thats way to much bloat.
Why you got out me like that. If having a passion for flesh crafting is wrong, I don't want to be right!The core idea is to stick to V5 disciplines unless someone is interested in doing a non V5 one. PoD is a mod, meaning a work a passion, and there are passionate individual about some of those. If they come up with a framework for them and other interesting effects, we are happy to include it (which is basically what happened for Vici).
Most of the mechanics for the Inquisition update are done and currently in play testing with our patrons. We will probably change some values based on the outcomes of that testing. We have a few other things we are adding like several new discipline powers from Animalism to Oblivion. The largest change in disciplines will be a new interface for the paths of Blood Sorcery.Any news about new version?
Have you guys considered using traits as weights for this? Something like zealous/content characters are less likely to switch but stubborn/just could be more likely to join. Same thing for other factions where callous/sadistic characters could be more likely to join the Sabbat. Just an idea.The initial chance of conversion for vampires to the Anarch Revolt will be nerfed in the next update. Though young vampires will still be likely to convert.
So, I think I might abandon my current game.
Anarch revolt event popped. I chose not to convert. However, pretty much my entire realm converted anyway. I have a gigantic Roman Empire going with like 100+ vassals. I can fix this. I just have to use demand conversion 100+ times.
...This isn't fun.