- Apr 4, 2008
Nice guide, really helps understanding how to play Rome.
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.
Well...I still don't understand how to influence the Senate: for example, my truce with Magna Grecia is over and I have a mission to annex Magna Grecia, which now has only one province. But I can't declare war without a -3 stability penalty because they are paying tribute. But I can't cancel the tribute because the commercial clique in the Senate is against it and I don't have enough Senate support.
What can I do? clearly I have to decrease the number of senate members of that clique and get more military minded senators. But how do I go about doing that? Throw all the opposing senators in jail?
This.you should not ask for a tribute if you plan to annex a country
On the religion screen, look for the little icon that is a pig with a knife pointed at it (it's near the top right corner of that scroll). If you have enough money, you'll be able to click it as a button and your stability will increase.And BTW how do I increase stability? It says I have to do some sacrifice or some action to the gods, but I can't find any sacrifice that will increase stability...
I saw on the first page the structure of the social and political life of Rome. Does this apply to Dacia as well? From my history knowledges, the Dacian society was not socially, politically, religiously compatible with the Roman society. It would be cool to have different structures for each civ (maybe with improvement packs?). So all the societies are Roman flavors?