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.
Unfortunately both the main NHO part and the map part are incompatible since there's an overlap of file usage.Excuse me, are the NHO changes to the map compatible with the Comprehensive Annals of Five Dynasties mod?
I haven't seen that myself. Which cultures specifically? Do you have a screenshot?the norse cultures dont seem to be using the correct Unit GFX
Cheers!Very nice concept.
Perhaps some laws related to feudal land tenures types and/or peasants status within the realm (from freeman to serf)?
I don't own CK3 yet, and I've resolved to buy Paradox releases only on sale. I have no rush really, since I can't imagine ever modding a vanilla CK3, with all its nonsense and imbalances, foregoing all the great groundwork of a team such as the one making HIP.was just wondering, are you gonna make a mod like this for ck3?
It's simply too much work, and we sometimes quite significantly differ in our approach.I know it's been brought up before, but it'd be really nice if this was made compatible with Better Slavs submod. The two seem to complement each other perfectly in content.
Also, have you tried the More Navigable RIvers HIP submod? It's pretty essential for Norse characters. Maybe you could integrate it into this mod seeing as it seems largely abandoned and to make it compatible with your map changes?
PS: I seem to be having some display errors with the Norse special characters featured in the localisation of this mod. Does anyone know how to fix this? Doesn't really hinder gameplay, but looks ugly. There is also a little issue with the "Latin and Greek religious titles" submod, which leads to religious holdings in Patriarchates (Alexandria, Antiochia...) held by Muslims being displayed as "Caliphate of X" rather than Mosque.