- Apr 20, 2012
Not dead yetAn amazing chapter, as always!
I see that my Senator is not dead yet.
A few questions/suggestions:
1. If my character holds one Castle and the land surrounding it- do I get to choice to either govern it or go to Constantinopole? Also, as a CK2-Baron, what can I be called (before the reform I thought it was Kephale)?
2. The fact that a Senator can be accused of things like corruption (like Senator Ouranos) troubles me- if I build a honorable character, I don't think that he should be executed as a corrupted man because of luck. I suggest not using this way to kill characters- only using things said or done in a Senate session or faction meeting as a reason of execution.
1. Yes, you can either keep your lands or cede them to the Throne and get pronoia and nice manor in the City. As for the equivalent to CK2 baron - xxx, I guess?
2. Well, on one hand you are right but on the other hand it's all fault of the RNG. Events do fire randomly and they affect both the Imperium and your characters, so I don't think it's completely unreasonable for your characters to be influenced by them - just like in CK2 you may die of poor health or get bad traits (Lunatic for instance). I agree however that the wording should be changed so that it puts emphasis on your characters being accused of something and not actually doing it.
3. Hey, it's grimdark Late Middle Ages, what did you expect?
I didn't do anything - I just rolled a dice to see which of the Whites is going to dieI oppose that. That way it adds random to the game. And maybe he had reasons doing so