- Nov 27, 2014
agreeing to join an ally's war does not need to mean actively participating at all. Also, you can untick "will join offensive wars" in your relation with an ally, though this also turns off passive favour gains.View attachment 598869
I wondered why weird nations keep getting nominated as emperor (Spain actually was the Emperor for quite a while)
Turns out they peacefully decided that Catholicism is the official faith of the HRE...in *that* Germany. I almost admire their stubbornness. It means less problems for the Ottomans (and by extension, me)
On a sidenote, something which I'm a litltle irritated by is how unwilling allies have been to join any of my wars even with favours and trust. Yet the moment they declare a stupid war I'm expected to drop everything to take part. They seem to always be in massive debt somehow
That's what I've been doing, but they inevitably siege down a bunch of my provinces which destroys my income. I'm mostly just confused about how bad the debt seems to get, if it's just something that happens then I feel like the penalty to joining wars while in debt should probably be toned down but I feel like if they're in too much debt to fight an OPM they probably shouldn't be started massive wars a few months lateragreeing to join an ally's war does not need to mean actively participating at all. Also, you can untick "will join offensive wars" in your relation with an ally, though this also turns off passive favour gains.
I had my isabella spawn whilst my Hapsburg heir existed, quite sad. Also got "marriage policies pay off" with brabant so they got a Hapsburg heir, only for it to die off
Nice! After I got France under PU through war, the Burgundian inheritance event fired, and they made concessions to FranceAssuming you didn't war with France or ally them in the first few years, the chance of no Surrender of Maine is about 3%. The MTTH is 12 months and it can't fire after 30 Dec 1449