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.
Totally. There's also need for "Conquer Southern Hungary" mission. Even "Conquer Serbia" and "Conquer Bosnia" missions almost never trigger in my playthroughs though.This one is nice too:- The Death of Haji Giray in the Crimean Khanate will now trigger an event where the pretenders may seek Ottoman Support. Should the Ottoman candidate be enthroned in Crimea the country will become an Ottoman March and may grant coastal provinces to their new overlord.
- Kazani Ambition is now increased cavalry flanking.
This seems like a DIRECT nerf. 15% morale to increased cavalry flanking?
I get that Kazan is pretty much a WC nation, and is balanced for world conquest, I just didn't think hordes were really doing the WC runs anymore after all their nerfs. And if they were, why not use Manchu?Well; Kazan's ideas are OP enough that they got Hordes in general nerfed after Cossacks because they were insanely strong at WC.
That and Cav Flanking isn't a bad thing. Especially as a Horde. Especially when Hordes are not by default stuck with 75% tech anymore. It's entirely possible to keep that 100% Cav limit the entire game now. Even if you have to go through a few civil wars. Flanking does more damage and hurts the enemy more. For all we know; the increased flanking might be better than the Morale.
Don't knock a new modifier before you try it.
Totally. There's also need for "Conquer Southern Hungary" mission. Even "Conquer Serbia" and "Conquer Bosnia" missions almost never trigger in my playthroughs though.
Are the patch notes correct in saying that in order to reform out of celestial empire as Ming you now need all institutions?
I am not complaining overly much because I am generally a little annoyed by china's strength and technological development as it stands but all institutions being required makes it impossibly to reform until like 1700.