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.
Here's the cause.
When pagans hold the festival specific to their religion (the one you can pick from the Intrigue tab), if you have two homosexual vassals, then you will get an event where your ruler stumbles outside to take a piss and catches your two vassals "kissing passionately." Your ruler is aghast and receives a -15 relations penalty with the two vassals. The event is supposed to set those two vassals as lovers of one another, but due to an error in the coding, it makes both of them a lover of YOUR RULER. So I guess the part of the event that isn't described is that your drunken ruler says "Count me in!" and jumps in, making it a menage-a-trois, and the -15 relations penalty is your vassals being jealous of you for stealing the other vassal's affection from them.
Clearly a bug - and one that could cause offense to boot - I'd report it....last thing the game needs is bad publicity ((from either side of the aisle)).
'merica, I guess.What, offense from your character being homosexual? You know there is a trait in game that can make any character, including yours, homo right?
Yea no, the era you could claim being offended by homosexuality being in a game (and have it do anything but give you backlash) is long gone buddy
If you wake up after a wild party and find another guy sucking your morning wood, it doesn't make you homosexual. But the proper etiquette for tough warrior kings does require smashing his skull, preferably after you have taken your "D" out of his mouth to avoid collateral damage.I'm still straight. He's the one who has Homosexual. I don't. But he has schemed his way inside me anyway.