The new changes makes me a bit too concerned about having too many options that are quite similar to one another.
Why? The Khmer people are historically more South Asian/Indian looking with brown skin and wavy/curly hair.So I made the submod. I also posted credits in the README. It's a very minor edit to be honest. You can do whatever you want with the file ofcourse and I hope you think I credited the moddingteam appropriatly.
The changes that I made:
Khmer and Mon (but not Cham and Viet) now use Chinese faces with Bodpa facial hair, ears (for the earrings) and clothes.
Thai-kadai culture group now uses Chinese faces with Chinese facial hair, Bodpa ears (for the earrings) and clothes.
Hi, everyone! I'm sorry to drop in like a wayward paratrooper, but I see a lot has happened with this mode (which is awesome, congratulations and huge thanks to all of you!) and I think it's easier to just ask my question here, than to sift through a substantial amount of text on this threat. I hope you understand.
Anyway, my question is: Will it be possible in any way to convert a Tianxia game to EU4?
Rare or unique death types are a thing of joy in modding. I'm rather proud of the two Faerun characters who 'vanished in a mysterious mist', and the one who ascended to godhood.You also get to add some rather unique things sometimes when you're working on legendary people...
Rare or unique death types are a thing of joy in modding. I'm rather proud of the two Faerun characters who 'vanished in a mysterious mist', and the one who ascended to godhood.
Hello love the mod and would just like to ask why the versions of the mod in first post and the one on Silversweeper's bottom link are different? Presumably I should use the latest one, Alpha13, but is there any reason why I shouldn't?
How do I make my proposed corrections to Khmer faces ingame?Why? The Khmer people are historically more South Asian/Indian looking with brown skin and wavy/curly hair.
Here is the earliest picture of a Khmer king from the 1860's before they started heavily mixing with Chinese migrants and French colonials:
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Here is the Chinese first impression of Cambodians, one of the earliest historical records a Chinese diplomat/traveler wrote in the year 649 (almost 1,400 years ago):
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Wait, does the Japanese Bureaucracy Icon adopt to your dynasty crest?The new governments are coming along fairly nicely. Localization still needs work, a bunch of references to old scripted_triggers need to be hunted down and updated,
and a bunch of graphics remain(Edit: Done), but the setup is rather far along. Here's a preview of the Japanese Bureaucracy government, which is approximately the same as Confucian Bureaucracy when it comes to inherent functionality (at least so far).
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Wait, does the Japanese Bureaucracy Icon adopt to your dynasty crest?
I would go with option 2. Make the schools do things like +1 learning, -1 martial. Maybe name them after Confucian philosophers who espoused manners, war, order, subtlety, and knowledge. Have "traditionalist" give an opinion bonus twice as big as the negative opinion from opposite trait.
Is there any more going on for the Buddhist or Muslim schools?