- Jul 12, 2013
They are mutally exclusive, using different maps, cultures and religions. You'll have to pick one or the other to play.
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quick question here from an old player but new poster...
i love the mod and was wondering if it is possible for me to use this with the umbra spherae redone mod? i ask cause it also adds in the east coast as well as some of the west coast of the Americas.
i was wondering if you and they used the same province setup so that i could [ossibly just drop your mod into that one
i lvoe your mod like i said, it is a hard decision for me cause i love more room on the map too haha.
thank you.They are mutally exclusive, using different maps, cultures and religions. You'll have to pick one or the other to play.
How many of these emperor titles will be titular or de-jure?
If I were to convert this using the ck2 to eu4 converter what would happen?
one thing I just realized missing from this amazing mod is widow chastity for eastern women.
also, i tried jacex's romance of three kingdoms mod recently and there's a rather nifty mechanic where your heir can only succeed if they pass the imperial exam nomination. and even if they do, they would be assigned to a new post. perhaps something to consider.
for that matter, would it be possible to copy the catholic bishop mechanic for a feudal-like government? you have to nominate your heir basically.