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Annunciato il nuovo DLC: Holy Fury

Discussione in 'Crusader Kings 2' iniziata da R3wu0, 19 Maggio 2018.

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    CK2 Dev Diary #103 - Long live the King!
    Oggi si torna a parlare di Cattolicesimo e in particolare di una nuova feature del DLC Holy Fury: le Cerimonie di Incoronazione.
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    Con questa espansione, succedere al trono di un Regno o Impero Cattolico potrebbe non essere più così semplice. Infatti il nuovo sovrano dovrà organizzare una Cerimonia di Incoronazione (tramite decisione) ed essere riconosciuto come legittimo da un membro importante della Chiesa Cattolica. Se un sovrano Cattolico non riesce a farsi incoronare ufficialmente, la sua popolarità calerà lentamente di anno in anno, dato che i suoi vassalli lo vedranno sempre di più come un sovrano illegittimo.
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    L'Incoronazione è divisa in due fasi: preparazione e cerimonia. Durante la preparazione, il sovrano deciderà chi lo incoronerà, soddisferà le richieste della chiesa e investirà denaro per organizzare la cerimonia. Nella seconda fase avverrà la cerimonia vera e propria, il sovrano interagirà con gli ospiti e infine riceverà la sua corona.
    Durante la preparazione, un sovrano può scegliere chi officerà la cerimonia: un vassallo teocratico di basso livello del proprio reame, n potente vassallo teocratico del proprio reame (ovvero Cardinale, Antipapa o Principe-Vescovo) o il Papa stesso. Se un Imperatore Cattolico non ha l'Investitura Libera allora potrà scegliere soltanto il Papa. Essere incoronati da un vescovo locale è meno prestigioso ma anche molto meno costoso, dato che membri di alto livello della Chiesa tendono a fare richieste dispendiose, soprattutto se non apprezzano molto il sovrano che richiede loro di officiare l'incoronazione.
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    Le richieste possono essere molto diverse, soprattutto nel caso del Papa: il Santo Padre potrebbe chiedere di cambiare le leggi di Investitura, dichiarare guerra a un altro sovrano Scomunicato a nome del Papato o ridare qualche provincia del Centro Italia alla Santa Sede. Prima di chiedere al Papa di officiare la propria incoronazione, è meglio essere in buoni rapporti con lui per ottenere delle richieste più accettabili
    Una volta che le richieste sono state accettate, sarà possibile scegliere un budget per la cerimonia che determinerà il tipo di incoronazione che si riceverà, il tipo di eventi legati ad essa e il numero di ospiti che parteciperà. Un'incoronazione estravagante è un evento prestigioso in cui tutti i tuoi vassalli, cortigiani e anche sovrani Cristiani vicini sono invitati. Un'incoronazione appartata è una festa privata con la partecipazione solo dei membri del proprio Consiglio.
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    Una volta conclusa la cerimonia, il sovrano riceverà un tratto specifico relativo al prete che l'ha officiata, oltre ad altri eventuali tratti ottenuti da eventi relativi alla festa.
    Dagli screenshot si vede che la meccanica ha effetti anche sui ritratti: un Re o Imperatore Cattolico non incoronato non avrà la fascia di livello superiore in Holy Fury ma si accontenterà di quella di livello Ducale fino al momento in cui il suo rango non sarà riconosciuto ufficialmente dalla Chiesa.
    EDIT: ritratto e nuovo tratto dopo l'incoronazione:
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    Per chi non ha Holy Fury non ci saranno cambiamenti nei ritratti ovviamente.

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    Holy Fury aggiungerà anche una serie di speciali corone come Artefatti che saranno visibili nei ritratti. Quasi tutti questi artefatti possono essere usati solo rispettando certi requisiti e sono spesso legati a un titolo e non alla dinastia di un personaggio.
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    E questo è tutto per questa settimana.

    EDIT varie info dai commenti post DD:
     
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    CK2 Dev Diary #104 - Forging a Bloodline
    Prima di parlare del tema del DD vero e proprio, un breve annuncio. Pagan Fury, la banda ufficiale di Crusader Kings, ha rilasciato il suo primo singolo, che si può ascoltare su Spotify al link sottostante.
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    https://open.spotify.com/artist/6OPsyrpJLYcCZUEhWIEsep

    Si è già parlato di Linee di Sangue e in particolare di quelle storiche, ma ci sono vari modi per fondare una nuova Linea di Sangue con Holy Fury. Alcune possono essere ottenute tramite azioni speciali, come creare una Leggenda come Eroe di una Gilda di Guerrieri, altre possono essere sbloccate tramite attività impressionanti, come essere un Vichingo particolarmente dedicato ai saccheggi oppure ricreando Israele.
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    Per finire, se un regnante ha un alto prestigio (almeno 5000) ed è almeno Duca, avrà accesso alla nuova ambizione di Forgiare una Linea di Sangue.
    Selezionando questa ambizione permetterà di accedere a varie possibilità per creare la propria Linea di Sangue, permettendo quindi di scegliere come essere ricordati.
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    Ogni cammino porta a una Linea di Sangue diversa e ciascuna ha ulteriori varianti (ad esempio ottenendo i 30 omicidi richiesti si potrà avere una di 4 Linee di Sangue relative all'omicidio). Inoltre, se si sceglie più di un cammino si pùò avere la possibilità di sbloccare una Linea di Sangue ibrida.
    Per finire, se ci si sta mettendo troopo tempo, una speciale catena di eventa permettà di investire risorse e scegliere tra un'altra selezione di Linee di Sangue, la cui selezione dipenderà dalle scelte fatte nella catena di eventi.
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    Alcune Linee di Sangue forniscono bonus fissi, come diminuire la probabilità che vassalli formino fazioni contro di te, aumentare la tua capacità di complottare o sbloccare la creazione di edifici speciali, mentre altre forniscono bonus più dinamici, come eventi speciali per facilitare l'omicidio o decisioni per intromettersi negli affari privati dei parenti.
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    Per questo DD è tutto, ma ci saranno altri annunci a breve.
     
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    La Paradox ha iniziato una partnership con PAGAN FURY, una band neo-folk-metal fronteggiata da Arven Latour. La Paradox è rimasta impressionata dalla loro dedizione a creare musica per Crusader Kings 32 da designarli come Rock Band Ufficiale del gioco.
    Nel corso di questo anno e nel futuro, PAGAN FURY rilascerà musica per tutti gli amanti di Crusader Kings.
    Per ora c'è il primo singolo, "Until the Day We Die", su Spotify!

    Fonte: https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/foru...ys-debut-single-until-the-day-we-die.1123596/
     
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    Camminerai sotto la luce del vero Dio mentre il Vecchio Mondo si sbriciola a causa dei conflitti religiosi? Ti eleverai e scaccerai i demoni che ti assaltano? Crusader Kings II: Holy Fury, disponibile dal 13 November 2018.



    Come capo pagano, entra a far parte di una Gilda di Guerrieri e diventa un eroe leggendario. Come re cistiano, ottieni la benedizione del Papa per la tua incoronazione e ottieni terre per la tua famiglia al termine della Crociate:
    • Shattered and Random Worlds: Start your game on a fictional map of Europe as a small realm fighting for space, or on a random map with historical analogues for the great kingdoms of yore.
    • Warrior Lodges: Join a Pagan warrior lodge and raid your way up the ranks, unlocking access to powerful allies and greater military skill.
    • Legendary Bloodlines: Descendants of great warrior heroes will have bonuses that match the accomplishments of their forefathers, including historical bloodlines of Charlemagne, Genghis Khan and others..
    • Sway or Antagonize Your Neighbors: Try to win a reluctant vassal through charm and persuasion, or provoke someone you want to push into conflict.
    • Sainthood: Pious Catholics can become canonized, passing on their glory to their descendants and making their resting place a site of great value.
    • Coronations: Feudal kings and emperors must find clergy to crown them, since all power descends from the heavens.
    • New Crusade Events: Deeper gameplay for the religious wars of the era.
    • New Succession Laws: A Pagan Elder Council may have the final word in how a realm is divided among heirs, or a ruler may challenge his brother to combat to unify a realm.
    • And much more: Changes to religion, custom names for people or objects, deeper baptismal mechanics, lists of people you’ve killed, and other small changes for flavor and variety.
    Come tutte le espansioni di CK2, Holy Futy sarà accompagnata da una grossa patch disponibile per tutti che comprende un rifacimento del sistema delle crociate.

    Holy Fury verrà rilasciato il 13 novembre 2018 al prezzo consigliato di € 19.99.
     
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    5000 mi pare un po' basso come prestigio per fondare una tua linea di sangue personale, personalmente lo raddoppierei come minimo
     
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    Secondo me è invece un buon compromesso, considerando che dopo aver accumulato 5000 punti di Prestigio, occorre anche completare delle missioni per fondare un Lignaggio. Trattandosi di missioni lunghe (elimina 30 persone, vinci 15 guerre, ecc.), la Paradox sa bene che un giocatore potrebbe metterci troppo tempo a completarle e ci ha già messo una pezza:
    In pratica se l'ambizione di fondare un Lignaggio sta diventando una storia eccessivamente lunga, tramite alcuni eventi puoi investire delle risorse (credo denaro, Prestigio o Pietà) per accelerare il processo e sceglierti una strada alternativa.
     
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    Preannuncia qualcosa??? ;):D
     
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    Ops, errore mio, non so perché abbia scritto 3, è ovviamente 2.


    Scusa un secondo, suonano alla porta.
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    No Johan, aspetta, non volevo rivelare il segreto, è stato un errore, perdonAAAAAAAAAHHH.
     
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    CK2 Dev Diary #105 - Clergy Interactions Revamp
    Oggi parleremo di un miglioramento alla qualità della vita per quanto riguarda interfaccia, comportamento dell'IA e flavor addizionale riguardante il Papato (e forme religiose simili, come un Alto Prete Pagano Riformato con Leadership Ierocratica).
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    Con la prossima patch tutte le azioni Papali saranno raggruppate in una più accessibile lista di icone, sotto il ritratto del tuo capo religioso nella schermata della religione.
    Inoltre, il comportamento di tutte queste azioni non è più hardcoded ma scrittabile, perciò le decisioni del Papa sono più ragionevoli e meno restrittive e sarà possibile vedere perché una richiesta viene rifiutata.
    La relativa logica dell'IA è stata espansa e migliorata.
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    Avere un Papa come vassallo non garantisce più che accetti tutte le tue richieste mentre avere un Papa indipendente non vuole più dire che sarà impossibile ottenere favori da lui. Il Papa nel valutare le richieste terrà in considerazione Opinioni, Pietà, Tratti, circostanze specifiche (come divorziare da un moglie non fertile) e la quantità di Cardinali controllati. Il costo in Pietà di queste interazioni è stato ribilanciato e legato al livello del regnante, quindi più economico per conti e duchi ma più costoso per re e imperatori.
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    L'interazione per Richiedere Rivendicazioni ha una nuova interfaccia per renderla più accessibile ai giocatori: ora viene mostrata una lista di potenziali regnanti Cattolici che controllano titoli per cui il Papa è disposto ad avvallare la tua Rivendicazione. Cliccando sul regnante viene mostrata la lista dei suoi titoli e da lì si può scegliere quello a cui si è interessati.
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    Per finire, se si viene Scomunicati, la decisione per Inviare Dichiarazione di Pentimento è stata cambiata in modo che non sia semplicemente un pagamento in vile denaro. In maniera simile all'incoronazione, ora il Papa sceglierà una di varie richieste da fare al giocatore in cambia della rimozione della scomunica. Le richieste possono essere una dimostrazione di costrizione con perdita di Prestigio a cambiare le leggi del reame oppure dare uno dei figli alla Chiesa.

    Come bonus, ecco come cambiano i vestiti dei Cardinali prima e dopo il 1245:
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    CK2 Dev Diary #106 - New Succession Laws Extravaganza
    Il vecchio sistema di successione elettivo ha un successore!
    Se prima non era chiaro perché i tuoi vassalli preferivano "Steve lo sbronzone" al tuo figlio assennato ed attraente, ora una nuova interfaccia mostra i dettagli delle scelte degli elettori.
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    Inoltre il vecchio sistema hardcoded di scelta dei candidati per l'IA è stato sostituito da una serie di script che definiscono le regole della successione.
    Questo non solo permette di gestire meglio la successione ma permette di creare leggi elettive più specifiche: ad esempio una repubblica tecnocratica dove solo chi detiene un certo livello di conoscenza può essere eletto oppure un impero dove solo alcolisti ed edonisti hanno voce in capitolo.

    Per coloro a cui interessano i dettagli tecnici, ecco un breve riepilogo:
    ### Condensed syntax layout:

    #<elective_law_type> = {

    # candidate_vote_score = {

    # <Weight Modifiers>

    # }

    # elector_selection = {

    # max_amount = <int>

    # <Weight Modifiers> - if max_amount is set it will pick the X amount of top scorers.

    # Negative scores are considered invalid electors - Ruler is always an elector

    # }

    # elector_vote_strength = {

    # <Weight Modifiers>

    # }

    # elector_stances = { - Intended for the elder council positions

    # <stance_name> = {

    # icon = <int>

    # <Weight Modifiers>

    # }

    # }

    # candidate_trigger = {

    # <trigger>

    # }

    #}


    # <Weight Modifiers> - denotes a field of an arbitrary amount of triggered value modifiers eg.

    # additive_modifier = {

    # value = -4

    # is_tribal = yes

    # }

    #

    # <trigger> - denotes a field of conditions that needs to be evaluate true for the trigger to be fulfilled

    #

    # The elector will vote for the candidate with the highest score given by candidate_vote_score

    # The electors are selected from the pool of characters which get a non-negative elector_selection score until we reach the max_amount

    # elector_vote_strength will determine how much weight the vote of a single elector carries

    # The elector will use the elector_stance with the highest score if any are scripted

    # The stances are thought to be some kind of common thought process or allegiance for a subgroup of the electors - This system is used to create the different states for how the Elders will behave in the Eldership succession law explained in detail below
    Per concludere le modifiche alla successione elettiva, ora si possono usare i favori del DLC Conclave per forzare gli elettori a votare in un certo modo.

    Leggi Elettive Rivedute
    L'uso di uno sistema di script ha permesso di riscrivere il comportamento dell'IA nelle leggi elettive del gioco base (Elettivo Feudale, Elettivo Gavelkind, Tanistry). Le condizioni per poter essere eletti o poter eleggere non sono sostanzialmente cambiate, mentre le scelte dell'IA ora hanno motivazioni differenti. Ora gli elettori tengono conto di quanto apprezzano il candidato, di quanto legittimo sia il suo diritto al trono, di quanto si fidano del sovrano che sostiene il candidato. Età, titoli, tratti, cultura, religione, legami dinastici e molto altro è tenuto in considerazione e visibile al giocatore dalla nuova interfaccia. La somma dei modificatori porta a un valore e il candidato col voto più alto sarà scelto dall'elettore in questione .
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    La nuova interfaccia mostra l'elenco di tutti gli elettori, il loro candidato, i motivi per cui lo votano e una comparazione con il candidato sostenuto dal sovrano e i motivi per cui non lo votano.
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    Consiglio degli Anziani
    Simile a Tanistry, la scelta per Consiglio degli Anziani impedisce al titolo di andare al di fuori della famiglia del sovrano, limitando i potenziali candidati ai membri della dinastia regnante. Solo i 6 personaggi più anziani e istruiti potranno eleggere il successore. Ogni Anziano ha tre possibili stati che dipendono da come vedono il sovrano: Dispiaciuto, Soddisfatto o Entusiasta.
    Assicurarsi che gli Anziani abbiamo un'alta opinione di te, dando loro posizioni nel Consiglio (Cancelliere, Amministratore, Cappellano) o soddisfacendo le loro occasionali richieste, li renderà Entusiasti.
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    Un Anziano Entusiasta voterà sempre il candidato preferito dal sovrano e non farà quasi mai richieste, dando solo dei consigli ogni tanto.
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    Gli Anziani Soddisfatti voteranno per candidati che considerano capaci, favorendo candidati anziani e bravi amministratori. Possono fare richieste, come chiedere terre per familiari, ma in generale saranno ragionevoli.
    Gli Anziani Dispiaciuti saranno difficili da gestire: sceglieranno apposta dei pessimi candidati e daranno rivendicazioni sul tuo titolo ai loro amici.
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    Con Holy Fury i regni Baltici Romuva e Africani (intesi come religione) avranno il Consiglio degli Anziani come legge di successione di default al posto di Gavelkind Elettivo. Inoltre altri pagani possono sbloccare questa legge scegliendo la corretta Dottrina al momento della Riforma della propria Fede.

    Principi-Elettori
    Questa nuova legge sostituisce la normale legge Feudale Elettiva per il Sacro Romano Impero. Questa legge limita gli elettori a un massimo di 7 (più l'attuale Imperatore) e rende gli storici titoli dei Principi-Elettori prioritari nella scelta degli elettori. Questi titoli sono i Vescovadi di Mainz, Koln e Trier e i Ducati di Bohemia, Franconia, Saxony e Brandenburg. Se un elettore non esiste o è già Imperatore, un Duca valido lo sostituisce.
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    Gli elettori nel sistema dei Principi Elettori difficilmente sceglieranno candidati empi o di altre religioni. Inoltre gli Elettori Teocratici Cattolici avranno un voto doppio rispetto agli Elettori laici nel caso in cui l'Impero abbia l'Investitura Papale.
    Anche se sarà sempre possibile cambiare legge, la fazione che sostiene la successione Elettiva sarà più accessibile e attraente per i vassalli del Sacro Romano Impero. Inoltre i requisiti per cambiare questa legge sono più duri (Massima Centralizzazione oltre a Autorità Assoluto della Corona oppure Consiglio Abolito).

    Elezione Imperiale
    Per finire, una nuova legge è stata creata per l'Impero Bizantino (e Romano), per meglio rappresentare le politiche di questo reame. Questa successione è l'unica disponibile per questi due titoli.
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    Successori: i candidati potenziali sono i figli dell'Imperatore e i suoi parenti prossimi (moglie/marito inclusi), ogni pretendente al titolo, l'attuale Maresciallo e ogni Comandante, con l'esclusione dei personaggi mutilati. Questo rappresenta l'influenza dei militari e la ricorrenza storica di comandanti che diventano Imperatori.

    Corte Imperiale: l'Imperatore, i suoi Consiglieri e tutti i Comandanti sono validi elettori. L'imperatore dovrà quindi ottenere il favore dei membri influenti della corte per assicurasi che la propria dinastia rimanga sul trono.

    Potere di voto variabile: ogni elettore ha una differente quantità di influenza, che dipende dal suo stato nella corte e dai suoi attributi. L'Imperatore ha potere 200 e può aumentarlo grazie a buoni valori diplomatici e marziali. Se però l'Imperatore non è nato nella Porpora, se è deformato o menomato, se ha la reputazione di portare sicofanti a corte, allora il suo potere di voto scenderà. Gli altri elettori hanno un potere di voto legato a prestigio, titoli e attributi. Quindi scegliere persone competenti come consiglieri e comandanti vorrà dire che il proprio figlio dovrà competere con loro e che gli elettori avranno una maggiore influenza sull'elezione. Per finire, titoli minori hanno effetti sul potere di voto, quindi attenzione a chi si sceglie come Caesar e Sebastokrator.
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    Eroi e Sicofanti: se un comandante è troppo competente, basta togliergli il titolo di comandante e non sarà più eleggibile, problema risolto. Però togliere titoli a Consiglieri e Comandanti competenti riduce il potere di voto dell'Imperatore di una quantità proporzionale alla competenza del personaggio rimosso. Lo stesso accade se l'Imperatore sceglie un comandante pessimo (attributo Marziale) quando ci sono scelte migliori disponibili: la corte penserà che scegli un sicofante perché hai paura della competizione e quindi il tuo potere di voto scenderà. Inoltre questo sistema impedisce di scegliere Comandanti senza terra se ci sono vassalli disponibili.

    Prestigio ed età: questo non è Feudale Elettivo, all'Impero non interessano dinastia e tratti, ma la scelta di un leader competente e prestigioso per il trono. Questo vuol dire che l'Impero Bizantino preferisce personaggi con ottimo Intrigo mentre l'Impero Romano favorisce i bravi oratori, ovvero con ottima diplomazia. In entrambi gli imperi, gli elettori preferiscono persone competenti nel proprio lavoro, con grande prestigio e titoli. Questo vuol dire che i bambini non sono quasi mai considerati validi successori. Quindi mentre si attende che il proprio figlio raggiunga l'età adulta, conviene scegliere un fratello minore o un anziano zio come successore, nel caso ti succeda qualcosa prima che il pargolo diventi maggiorenne.
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    Duelli per rivendicazioni forti
    In parte legato queste nuove leggi elettive, è stato aggiunto un nuovo tipo di duello per permettere ai giocatori di riunire il proprio regno dopo una successione Elettiva Gavelkind. Il Duello per Rivendicazione Forte non richiede il focus sulla Guerra o l'essere membri di una Gilda di Guerrieri come i duelli normali. Come personaggio tribale con una rivendicazione forte sul titolo di un regnante tribale, sarà possibile sfidare l'attuale detentore del titolo, se questi è indipendente o se siete entrambi vassalli dello stesso signore. Attenzione che si rischia molto: perdere non vuol dire solo rinunciare alla propria rivendicazione, spesso si perde la vita. D'altra parte vincere significa ottenere il titolo con tutti i suoi vassalli, oltre ad altri titoli detenuti dal perdente su cui si ha una rivendicazione forte.

    Se l'obiettivo del duello è un personaggio non umano della propria dinastia, perdere porta a una scelta: accettare il proprio fato oppure prendere l'opportunità per giocare con il vincitore del duello e continuare a giocare col parente che ti ha sconfitto.
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    EDIT: se ho ben capito, il Consiglio degli Anziani e i Duelli per Rivendicazioni Forti sono parte del DLC Holy Fury mentre il resto è tutto nella patch.
     
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    bellissime novità, questo dlc darà un sacco di nuova linfa vitale a ck2! e questo significa forse futuri dlc, e non iniziare lo sviluppo di ck3. e quest'ultima cosa potrebbe far iniziare invece lo sviluppo di qualcos'altro...(vic3 :rolleyes:)
     
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    Non lo so, a me invece sembra che stiano puntanto a una "versione finale" che però si mantenga buona sul lungo periodo, quindi magari riuscendo a coprire i costi di un paio di ulteriori patch gratuite corpose.
    E sicuramente è il caso che inizino a pensare a VIC3 piuttosto che a CK3. Concordo che queste novità possano allontanare CK3.
     
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    Crusader Kings II: Holy Fury - Feature Breakdown:
     
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    Beh, praticamente un gioco nuovo! Molto interessante, ho solo qualche dubbio che l'AI riesca a gestire con realismo queste leggi di successione... non è che rischiamo un cambio di dinastia ad ogni successione per i romani?
     
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    Hanno detto che per lo HRE i vassalli vedranno la successione elettiva come più attraente, quindi sarà meno facile cambiarlo. In teoria poi col nuovo sistema di scripting dovrebbe essere puiù facile da gestire e soprattutto da correggere tramite patch successiva, o quantomeno così spero.
     
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    Personalmente credo che CK2 si stia avvicinando alla sua versione definitiva. Come suggerito da @^_AC_^, probabilmente ci saranno delle patch gratuite per aggiungere qualcosina, ma niente di particolarmente rilevante, perché questo sarà l'ultimo DLC.

    Non fraintendermi, anche a me piacerebbero (e li vorrei tanto) nuovi miglioramenti, nuove aree geografiche (la Cina e il Giappone) e tante novità, ma è giusto che la Paradox si dedichi anche ad altri giochi. Sicuramente è troppo presto per parlare già di un CK3.

    La Paradox adesso è concentrata su altri progetti, tra cui il più importante è sicuramente Imperator:Rome. Si tratta di un'occasione, dopo tanti anni, per riproporre al grande pubblico un titolo ambientato nell'Età Antica, dopo il mezzo fiasco di EU:Rome (che poi tanto brutto non era, ma tant'è).
    La data di uscita dovrebbe essere nei primi mesi del 2019 e considerando che quasi sicuramente avrà dei DLC e delle patch, sarà uno dei progetti di punta per l'azienda svedese per almeno i prossimi 2-3 anni. Poi tutto dipende ovviamente da come sarà il gioco e da come verrà accolto dal pubblico, ma c'è già un'atmosfera favorevole e speranzosa.

    Dopo l'uscita di Imperator:Rome, secondo me, potrebbe scapparci l'annuncio di Victoria 3, gioco attesissimo dai giocatori e l'unico tra i titoli Paradox a non aver avuto il passaggio al Clausewitz 2.0. Ovviamente anche questo supportato nel lungo periodo da patch e DLC.

    Poi c'è da vedere che strada vogliono intraprendere con Stellaris e per quanto ancora vogliono supportarlo. La nuova patch cambierà praticamente tutto, ma bisogna vedere se questo costituirà un punto di arrivo o una nuova partenza per ulteriori sviluppi.

    P.S. Poi c'è il mio sogno segreto di vedere un titolo ambientato durante la Guerra Fredda :rolleyes:, ma la vedo dura, sinceramente.
     
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    Ad essere sinceri, non penso proprio che sia un punto di arrivo quello in Stellaris, anzi! Almeno almeno per altri 2 anni lo seguono, secondo me.
     
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    CK2 Dev Diary #107 - Sprinkling Flavor
    Il rilascio si avvicina, oggi non si parla di nuove meccaniche ma dell'aggiunta di sapore con la nuova patch.

    Gravidanza
    Con la prossima patch, invece che avere una possibilità randomica di morire di parto senza alcun preavviso, le sovrane in attesa avranno accesso a una catena di eventi che presenta un'evoluzione più naturale, oltre ad opzioni per facilitare il parto se la situazione volge al peggio.
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    Inoltre sono stati aggiunti parecchi nuovi eventi riguardanti la gravidanza in generale, permettendo così ai giocatori un maggiore controllo sulle circostanze del parto e sulle condizioni dei bambini alla nascita, oltre ovviamente a nuove opportunità per il roleplaying.
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    Isolamento, feste, voti alla Santa Vergine e tanto altro sono inclusi in questi eventi, ma la maggior parte di essi può essere ridotta o disabilitata tramite una nuova regola di gioco.

    Battesimo del Bambino
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    Re e Imperatori Cristiani avranno accesso a una nuova decisione alla nascita di un nuovo erede, ovvero organizzare un battesimo speciale, permettendo a un potente Vescovo-Principe del reame di officiare la cerimonia o, se si accetta di pagare il prezzo, addirittura il capo della propria religione.
    Ricevere un battesimo speciale fornirà al bambino un aumento della Pietà mensile e un aumento dell'opinione da parte del prete che ha officiato la cerimonia oltre che al padrino assegnato (tra una cerchia ristretta di parenti e vassalli).
    Ovviamente, se fai parte di una certa società segreta, potresti volere celebrare un tipo di battesimo diverso...
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    Grandi Colonne Tribali e Festival tribali
    Se vuoi riformare la tua religione pagana in maniera più pacifica, ora ci sono altri due modi (con Holy Fury) per aumentare l'Autorità Morale della propria religione, oltre ai soliti saccheggi di chiese cristiane.
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    Una Grande Colonna Tribale è una costruzione speciale tramite decisione nella propria capitale, disponibile per sovrani tribali indipendenti pagani non riformati di livello Duca o superiore. La Grande Colonna aumenterà l'Autorità Religione (+5 per 50 anni) oltre a fornire bonus speciali alla capitale in base alla religione di appartenenza.
    Siccome costruire un pilastro richiede che tale costruzione non esista già nel proprio reame e che possa essere creato solo da sovrani indipendenti, questo è un incentivo a mantenere (o de-vassallizzare) piccole regni pagani indipendenti intorno a sé, dato che la costruzione di più Colonne porterà a un'Autorità Morale più alta.
    Attenzione però: se trippe nemiche assediano o saccheggiano una provincia con una Grande Colonna avranno la possibilità (tramite decisione) di distruggerla, se vogliono. Se questo accade, oltre a perdere Autorità Morale, tutti i pagani del reame avranno una penalità temporanea al morale delle truppe.
    Inoltre se un infedele conquista una provincia con una Grande Colonna, potrà bruciarla tramite decisione.
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    Irminsul è stata trasformato in una Grande Colonna Tribale Speciale, disponibile nello scenario di Carlomagno, che può è essere distrutto durante la catena di eventi della Guerra Sassone.

    Per finire, Grandi Festival Tribali sono feste speciali disponibili per sovrani tribali indipendenti di livello Duca o superiore (anche non pagani). Ognuno ha eventi specifici, tra cui varie competizioni tra invitati, eventi per bambini e per membri della Gilda dei Guerrieri. Alla fine del festival, se il sovrano è un pagano non riformato, la cerimonia finale darà un aumento temporaneo all'Autorità Morale, altrimenti fornirà solo una aumento di Pietà.

    Dottrine
    Per concludere, pensiamo sarebbe carino spiegare in maggiore dettaglio alcune delle Dottrine religione con il maggior numero di eventi aggiunte con Holy Fury.

    Astrologia
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    Questa dottrina permette l'accesso agli ermetici. Inoltre dopo essere adottata i personaggi nasceranno con il proprio segno zodiacale, in base al giorno. Ogni Segno Zodiacale fornisce bonus diversi e potranno esserci migliori o peggiori opinioni tra persone con segni diversi, in base alla loro compatibilità.
    Inoltre, quando l'Astrologia è mischiata con l'Aruspicina, il tuo capo religione (o il cappellano, se il capo è assente) a volte leggerà il futuro nelle stelle, fornendo una risposta positiva o negativa a tutti i regnanti di quella fede, con vari modificatori alle province.

    Aruspicina
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    Durante una Guerra, sovrani seguaci dell'Aruspicina potranno sacrificare un animale per avere un augurio sulle future battaglie.
    Un'offerta più costosa, l'essere pii e avere un Cappellano di buon livello aumenteranno le possibilità di una risposta positiva. Al termine ci sarà un bonus o malus temporaneo al morale delle truppe per tutta la durata della guerra.


    Dei Assetati di Sangue
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    Sovrani di questa dottrina potranno sacrificare infedeli catturati per ottenere Pietà. Inoltre, dopo abbastanza sacrifici, si otterranno speciali tratti e azioni. Così come saccheggiare permette a un Norse di diventare Vichingo e poi Re-del-Mare, un sovrano devoto assetato di sangue può diventare Emofiliaco e quindi cercare di ottenere il titolo di Emoarca. Diventando Emofiliaco si ottiene la decisione del Torneo di Sangue, una festa dove sovrano e vassalli scelgono prigionieri per combattimenti mortali. Diventando Emofante di ottiene la decisione di Sacrifici di Massa, dove si immola parte della propria popolazione (con brutti modificatori alle province) per un bonus temporaneo al morale delle truppe. Per finire un sovrano Emoarca ottiene l'accesso al casus belli Guerra dei Fiori, che gli permette di ottenere pietà e devastare le province del nemico alla vittoria. E se superi anche quel livello, potresti fondare una Linea di Sangue particolare....

    Pirateria

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    Non una vera dottrina, ma una sinergia speciale tra le Dottrine Marinaresche e Audace. Insieme, permettono ai personaggi di quella religione di ottenere i tratti Pirata/Predone/Re-del-Mare durante i saccheggi, come fanno i Norse. Inoltre sia i Vichinghi che i Pirati hanno nuovi eventi basati sui saccheggi per rendere le proprie imprese sui mari ancora più divertenti, oltre a una speciale Linea di Sangue da sbloccare se ci si dedica completamente alla vita del saccheggiatore.
     
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    CK2 Dev Diary #108 - Achievements & Appearances
    Questo è l'ultimo DD prima del rilascio del DLC (martedì' 13 novembre), si parla solo di achievement prima di mostrare le patch notes complete.


    [​IMG] Baptism of Rus’
    As an East Slavic Pagan King or Emperor with your capital in the Eastern Europe region, successfully ask the ruler of Byzantium for a mass conversion.


    [​IMG] L'Eglise, c'est Moi!
    As an Emperor, grab the crown out of the Pope's hands and crown yourself.


    [​IMG] History is in my Blood
    Have 5 Historical Bloodlines on your character.


    [​IMG] Zero to Hero
    Found a Legendary Bloodline while part of a Warrior Lodge.


    [​IMG] I Do Not Play Chess
    Have 100 kills in your Kill List.


    [​IMG] Heathenous Ways
    Starting as Erik the Heathen in 1066, rule the Kingdom of Sweden with the reformed Germanic Faith.


    [​IMG] By Jupiter!
    Reform the Hellenic faith.


    [​IMG] Bloody Line
    As a religion worshipping Bloodthirsty Gods, sacrifice enough people to found a Bloodline.


    [​IMG] Pagan Fury
    As a ruler with any Pagan religion, win a Christian Crusade targeting you.


    [​IMG] Under the Power of the Eternal Heaven
    As a member of the Ashina clan, solidify your divinity by ruling as Religious Head of the Reformed Tengri religion.


    [​IMG] From Servant to Saint
    Have a character you used to play be proclaimed a saint and have their Saintly Bloodline running in your veins.


    [​IMG] Love is a Battlefield
    Find love after a duel.


    [​IMG] Headhunter
    Found a Bloodline as a particularly cunning, ruthless and skilled Duelist.


    [​IMG] Family First
    As a character with a religion that practice Divine Marriages, have one of your siblings, parents and children as spouses/consorts at the same time.


    [​IMG] Defender of the Holy Sepulchre
    Starting as Eustache de Boulogne (the Count of Boulogne in France) in 1066, choose to play as your beneficiary after they are made King or Queen in Jerusalem after a Crusade.


    [​IMG] Venetian Guile
    Win a Crusade targeting Byzantium.


    [​IMG] Over Your Dead Body
    As a Tribal ruler, gain a title you have a claim on by dueling the holder.


    [​IMG] Deus Vult
    Create the Empire of the Outremer.


    [​IMG] Bless my Reign down in Africa
    As a King or Emperor, have one of your domain Counties under the influence of a successful Rain Dance.


    [​IMG] Lech, Czech, and Rus
    Unite the Kingdoms of the three brothers, Lech, Czech and Rus, into one Slavic Union.


    And here’s a few ones specifically made for alternate start (note that no other achievements can be taken while in alternate start):


    [​IMG] From the Ashes
    Starting in a Shattered World, rule an Empire.


    [​IMG] What Could Have Been
    Start a Random World with all possible settings set to ‘Random’ and play for 200 years.


    [​IMG] Not so Great
    Starting in a Shattered World, defeat a Great Conqueror in a war.


    [​IMG] Lord of the Flies
    Start a Random World as a 0-year-old Count, with the maximum character age set to 0, become King or Emperor within 16 years.


    [​IMG] Rise of Civilization
    In a Shattered World with ‘Holding Types’ set to ‘Tribal’ or ‘Tribal & Nomadic’, adopt Feudalism or Republicanism.


    E ora un po' di arte! Con Holy Fury ci saranno nuovi ritratti per Francesi, Arabi, Slavi Occidentali e Italiani:

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    Questi sopra sono Slavi Occidentali/Meridionali. Tutte le loro culture sono comprese e molte hanno anche abiti specifici. Nell'immagine ci sono principalmente personaggi Polacchi e Boemi.

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    Qui sopra un esempio di ritratti francesi. Da notare che i copricapi femminili sono stati ricercati con estrema cura e sono formati da vari strati con centinaia di combinazioni.

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    Questi ritratti sostituiscono gli attuali ritratti musulmani di base. Da notare i turbanti opulenti e i veli di squisita seta.

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    Per finire i nuovi ritratti Italiani. Si vocifera esista poi una versione "romanizzata" di questi ritratti per gli amanti dei tempi antichi...

    E per finire, le patch notes:
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    ###### 3.0 Holy Fury #####################################
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    # Expansion Features
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    - Added Shattered World system, where the world is initially populated by small realms, with a large variety of configuration options, including randomized cultures, religions, and dejure kingdoms and empires
    - Added Random World system, where the world is initially populated by various randomly generated realms, with randomly generated cultures, religions, and dejure structures
    - Added Warrior Lodge Societies:
    - Join rowdy pagan societies, such as the Wolf Warriors, the Followers of Otso, and others.
    - Members of a Warrior Lodge may enjoy the benefit of increased Martial, Personal Combat Skill, and more!
    - Quests include the following:
    - Raid and loot barony
    - Lose weak focus
    - Duel someone for honor
    - Duel someone to the death
    - Wage war against someone
    - Recruit your child into the lodge
    - Powers include the ability to:
    - Duel
    - Appoint Shieldmaidens
    - Be more resilient in battle
    - Summon a great commander
    - Call special soldiers to join your war
    - And more!
    - Added tiered-scar system with randomized portrait visuals.
    - Added temporary warpaint and permanent tattoo visuals for Warrior Lodge members.
    - Added a Strong Claim Duel decision, which allows tribal characters to duel for titles they have a Strong Claim to.
    - Added Kill List for all characters, tracking who they are known to have killed
    - Expanded the Pagan Reformation system, letting the reformer choose from a variety of different features in order to create a religion more reflective of their playstyle or role-playing
    - Pagans are playable even without The Old Gods. The 867 start is still based on ownership of The Old Gods
    - Added reformed versions for the Bon and Hellenic religions
    - Added possibility to access special effects and flavor by combining synergic Doctrines when customizing a religion.
    - Added a bloodline system, in which your famous ancestors can affect how people see you
    - Added a large number of historical bloodlines such as Charlemagne's, Genghis Khan's, and various nation builders
    - Added ways to gain bloodlines for heroic deeds
    - Added Sainthood, which posthumously grants a character beloved by the Pope with a bloodline
    - Added Forge Bloodline Ambition, allowing Prestigious high tier rulers to create their own custom Bloodline.
    - Crusade Events
    - Fourth Crusade / Crusade for Constantinople
    - Children's Crusade
    - Northern Crusade
    - Reconquista
    - Added Coronation decision for Catholic Kings and Emperors, requiring them to seek their religious head or a powerful Bishop in their realm in order to receive legitimacy to rule.
    - Added option for powerful Christian rulers to have their heir baptized by a powerful theocrat or religious head, granting them a special trait.
    - Added Sway and Antagonize decisions and events, allowing rulers to increase or reduce another character's opinion by focusing for an extended period of time on him.
    - Added Mass Conversion decision for powerful unreformed pagan tribal rulers, allowing them to seek a sponsor from an organized religion in order to convert their subjects and provinces, as well as receive special advantages.
    - Added Great Tribal Festival decision, giving additional flavor to tribal rulers in general and allowing tribal unreformed pagans with a non-violent way to increase Moral Authority.
    - Added Create Great Pillar decision, allowing unreformed tribal pagans to erect great pillars in their capital to increase their Moral Authority.
    - Added Destroy Great Pillar decision, allowing non-pagans and reformed pagans to destroy great pillars.
    - Added a Saints View that can be opened from the Religion View.
    - Added Eldership Succession, available on start for Slavic Tribals, but also accessible to other Pagans through the Ancestor Worship Doctrine.
    - Added a weather system and related flavor events, in the Sub-Saharan African regions
    - You can now rename your artifacts
    - You can now rename members of your dynasty in your realm that are under the age of 10
    - Added Hellenic Restoration mechanics
    - A Christian Emperor of Greek, Italian or Roman culture that restores the Roman Empire has now the chance to restore Hellenism.
    - Christian Greek, Italian or Roman rulers owning an Hellenic holy site and fulfilling some special requirements have now access to the Delve into Classics decision, whose event chain allows them to secretly convert to Hellenism.
    - Hellenics can no longer use the Pagan Subjugation cb, but have instead be given access to all Byzantine and Roman-related mechanics of LoR (Imperial Reconquest cb included).
    - Reformed Hellenics can create their own Monastic Order (Stoics), Satanist Society (Bacchants), holy order (Myrmidons) and have access to the Hermetic Society.
    - Non-tribal, non-nomadic Hellenics have access to the Dedicate Temple decision, allowing them to dedicate their temple holding to a specific god to receive special boons.
    - Added a number of new councilor models:
    - Female Norse Pagan councilors, and male Norse Pagan Seer
    - Female Indian councilors
    - Female Muslim councilors
    - Female Rabbi councilor

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    - Added army movement lock system. When a unit has progressed 50% with its movement into a County, the order cannot be canceled. While movement locked, further moves may be canceled or queued up. Army movement lock can be disabled via the game rules
    - Redesigned the character screen to provide more space for traits and modifiers, as well as opening up space for a handful of new interface elements, including personal combat skill and a more distinct artifact modifier entry
    - Elector window added to the law view for elective succession laws
    - Added artifact history, keeping track of who has owned any given artifact
    - Added region-based pilgrimage event pictures on old pilgrimage events.
    - Added Religion Head Actions, letting you easily interact with the Religious Head to Request Claims, Request
    Money, Request Divorce, Request Invasions, and Request Excommunications. Which of these are available depends on your religion
    - Scripted granular AI behavior for religious heads when determining willingness to engage in special actions such as Request Claim, Request Money, Request Divorce, Request Invasion, Request Excommunication, and Lift Excommunication.
    - Most organized religions will now attempt to defend their religious head if attacked by someone of a different religion
    - Added Groomed/Uncouth traits to work as non-inheritable equivalents of Fair/Ugly.
    - Added Harelip portrait effect.
    - Added special crown artifacts tied to famous titles (Persia, Roman Empire, Holy Roman Empire) that show on portrait when worn.
    - Added genetic lefthanded trait, increasing character's combat_rating.
    - Added genetic freckles portrait effect (with variations) for some graphical_cultures (Norse, Celtic, Saxon and Uyghur)
    - Added non-genetic sturdy trait (opposite of Robust and Frail), giving special portrait visual.
    - Added fat and malnourished traits (with portrait graphics), that can be gained or lost depending on a character's lifestyle.
    - Added extensive flavor events tied to pregnancy and pregnancy complications (mothers no longer suddenly die of childbirth out of nowhere), as well as some post-birth flavor.
    - Revamped Issue Declaration of Repentance decision, resulting in the Pope asking one of several possible requests in exchange for lifting a ruler's excommunication.
    - Desert portrait background frame tied to location rather than religion. Martial headgear visual tied to in_command status.
    - All elective successions (Feudal Elective, Elective Gavelkind, Tanistry) have been unhardcoded and the AI behavior for them has been completely revamped, allowing electors to select their candidate in a clearer and more rational fashion.
    - Added Imperial elective succession and government for the Byzantines and Romans. The Imperial Court and Commanders receive a variable voter strength, with the Emperor's close relatives and Commanders being all potential candidates.
    - Added more mercenary bands for Africa
    - Updated Game Rules:
    - Split the 'Supernatural' game rule into two: 'Supernatural' which controls events such as the Demon Child, and 'Absurd' which controls events such as Chancellor Glitterhoof
    - Added the 'Generate Families' Game Rule, with the purpose of filling in historical blanks when it comes to historical families. When set to 'on' (default) most characters who start without any recorded historical family will have a spouse and a few kids generated. This prevents early game-overs and kickstarts the marriage game to initiate earlier.
    - Added an extra setting to the 'Chinese Interactions' game rule: Restricted, which restricts the diplomatic range of China to the eastern portion of the map permanently.
    - Removed the "Restricted" setting from the 'Dueling' game rule, so it now only has two modes:
    - "Default", requiring your target to be a logical one, and penalties are applied for dueling "unsuitable" targets (such as priests or non-warrior women).
    - "Unrestriced", allowing you to duel almost anyone, while the heavier penalties for unsuitable targets are removed.
    - Added the ‘Exclave Independence’ Game Rule, with the purpose of eliminating disconnected land on succession. As long as the new ruler during a succession isn’t at war, their exclaves should be set independent according to the setting. If the AI is at war during succession, they will try to remove exclaves once every year until such a time they are no longer at war (does not apply to Players). Settings:
    - Off - The default option, no removal.
    - Limited - Exclaves of Independent Rulers at peace will be removed on succession unless they are connected to the Capital area with gaps no larger than one County, via a naval path or part of the characters primary De Jure territory.
    - Limited (Naval) - Exclaves of Independent Rulers at peace will be removed on succession unless they are connected to the Capital area with gaps no larger than one County, via a limited naval path (1000 distance units) or part of the characters primary De Jure territory.
    - Significant - Exclaves of Independent Rulers at peace will be removed on succession unless they are connected via a naval path or part of the characters primary De Jure territory.
    - Harsh - Exclaves of Independent Rulers at peace will be removed on succession unless as they are connected via a limited naval path (1000 distance units) or part of the characters primary De Jure.
    - Total - Exclaves of Independent Rulers at peace will be removed on succession unless as they are connected via a limited naval path (1000 distance units). Disables Achievements.
    - Revamped Crusades for Catholics and Fraticelli
    - A new preparation phase added before the Crusades launch, where characters pledge to join the Crusade and the Pope try to gather as many Catholics/Fraticellis as possible to support the Crusade
    - Added a new "pot" mechanic to the Crusades, which will spread out prestige, piety, gold and artifacts after a successful campaign, to all the most participating members of the Crusade
    - A player can now have a dynasty member as their Beneficiary for the Crusades, which will be their recipient if the Crusade is successful
    - The Crusade Titles will be split between the beneficiaries of all the most participating members of the Crusade, and the "Crusader King/Queen"
    - The Crusader King/Queen is decided by the most participating member of the Crusade, it can either be the participating Crusader, their beneficiary or the official papal Crusade recipient
    - If the player is the most participating Crusader and give away the titles to their Beneficiary, they get an event which will let them start playing as their Beneficiary, the new Crusader King/Queen
    - Added new Crusade events
    - A chance for Crusader States to appear
    - The Shepherds Crusade has been reworked
    - Holy Orders
    - Holy Orders have their own government form to make them more distinct from normal Feudal characters
    - Holy Orders will no longer stick around if they feel their liege is unfit to rule
    - The Knights Hospitaller really wants an island
    - Rebalanced the money borrowing from Holy Orders
    - Revamped Dueling
    - Personal Combat Rating now ranges roughly between 1-100 instead of the old 1-5.
    - The outcomes of duels are calculated more carefully.
    - Duel events have been completely rewritten.
    - High enough Intrigue unlocks a special option that can be used to affect the outcome.
    - Revamped Battle events
    - Personally leading a flank of your army now gives the army a 10% morale boost
    - Old battle events have been remade and rewritten.
    - New battle events have been added, often to allow dueling on the battlefield.
    - Outcomes are better calculated.
    - Added blood and mud splatter portrait effects.
    - Map Update to Africa
    - 63 new provinces spread across the continent
    - Reshaped all existing provinces for increased geographical and historical accuracy
    - Updated the names of a large number of provinces and titles for increased historical accuracy
    - 6 new cultures: Daju, Kanuri, Zaghawa, Hausa, Songhay, and Soninke
    - Reworked North Africa
    - New empire of Maghreb, consisting of the kingdoms of Maghreb (Mauretania) and Africa
    - 5 new duchies
    - Reworked West Africa
    - 2 new kingdoms, Ghana and Songhay
    - 4 new duchies
    - Added the region of Central Africa
    - New empire of Kanem-Bornu
    - 2 new kingdoms, Kanem and Hausaland
    - 7 new duchies
    - Adjusted rivers to accomodate for the newly added Lake Chad
    - Map Update to Poland
    - General overhaul to the DeJure territory of the Kingdom of Poland
    - Vistula (major) river tweaked to be more geographically accurate
    - (Minor) river Oder tweaked for more geographical accuracy. (Minor) rivers Warta and Bug added
    - 6 new provinces, mostly improving granularity in Mazovia and Lesser Poland
    - All old provinces moved and reshaped for more consistency
    - Some updated provincial Coats of Arms
    - Map Update to Pomerania & Eastern Germany
    - (Major) river Elbe tweaked to be more geographically accurate
    - Province of Bytow added to the Duchy of Pomeralia and province of Neumark added to the Duchy of Pomerania (both now at 3 provinces each)
    - Bohemian / Czech provinces moved down south a bit to be more geographically accurate
    - New province of Lausitz in the Duchy of Meissen
    - Reshaping of provinces neighbouring reshaped Elbe (especially Brandenbourg which is a bit less blobby now)
    - Map Update to the Baltics
    - Major overhaul to the Baltic region (mostly encompassing the Kingdom of Lithuania's DeJure territory)
    - (Major) river Daugava moved and reshaped a bit for more accuracy
    - Minor river crossings in Lithuania reshaped for more accuracy
    - 7 provinces added to enhance pre-Livonian Order flavour
    - New duchy of Latgale added
    - All old provinces in the DeJure Lithuanian Kingdom's territory have been reshaped for more historical & cultural accuracy
    - New kingdom of Estonia, formable by holding the duchies of Estonia and the new duchy of Kalava
    - Map Update to Finland
    - 8 new provinces in Finland, improving mobility and spread noticeably in the area
    - 2 new duchies in Finland (Ostrobothnia and Savonia)
    - 1 new province in Lapland, in the duchy of Kola
    - Map Update to Upper Burgundy and the Swiss area
    - 7 New Provinces added
    - 2 New Duchies added
    - County of Bourgogne split into 5 parts (Varais, Portois, Amous, Escuens and Montbeliard), all five moved into the new Duchy of Franche Comté
    - Schwyz (old Grisons), Zurichgau (old Schwyz) and Thurgau (old St. Gallen) moved into new Duchy of Upper Swabia
    - A part of the County of Lombardia has been cut off to make the new province Bellinzona
    - A part of Montferrat and Savoy has been cut off to make the new province Aosta
    - Map Update to Norway
    - 6 New Provinces added
    - 2 New Duchies added
    - The new province Gudbrandsdal opens up a new pathway across the mountains to make it easier to get between the western and eastern parts of the country
    - Map Update to Denmark
    - 5 New Provinces added
    - 2 New Duchies added
    - New pathways across the Duchy of Sjælland
    - Map Update to Sweden
    - 6 New Provinces added
    - 1 New Duchy added
    - Map Update to Bavaria/Austria/Carinthia
    - 13 New Provinces added
    - 5 New Duchies added
    - 1 New Kingdom added
    - Brenner's Pass opened between Trent and Tyrol
    - Map Update to Wallachia
    - Overhaul to the Wallachian/Moldovian region
    - Dniester major river moved to a more geographically accurate location
    - 7 new provinces added to the DeJure kingdom of Wallachia
    - 2 new duchies added to the DuJure kingdom of Wallachia (Oltenia & Bessarabia)
    - Duchy of Wallachia renamed to "Muntenia"
    - Duchy of Moldau renameed to "Moldovia"
    - Map Update to the Pontic Steppe
    - New empire of "Pontic Steppe" added in the eponymous geographical region
    - Kingdoms of Khazaria, Alania and the new kingdom of Crimea make this DeJure empire
    - New duchy (Wild Fields) added to k_crimea
    - 3 new provinces added to the region
    - Map Update to Russia
    - Major overhaul of the whole russian sphere
    - All major & minor rivers reshaped
    - e_russia is now created through 5 kingdoms (Ruthenia, Novgorod, Vladimir, Chernigov & Galicia-Volhynia)
    - 3 new kingdoms : Vladimir, Chernigov, Galicia-Volhynia
    - k_rus renamed from "Rus" to "Novgorod"
    - 4 new duchies (Cherven Cities, Karachev, Novosil, Murom)
    - 37 new provinces added to the general area
    - A few titular russian-tribes-themed duchies added for earlier startdates
    - Map Update to Italy
    - 9 New Provinces Added
    - 1 New Duchy Added
    - 1 New Kingdom Added
    - Map Update to Volga Bulgaria
    - 6 New Provinces Added
    - 1 New Duchy Added
    - Map Update to Iceland
    - 2 New Provinces Added
    - In 769 Iceland now starts populated by Irish theocracies, representing the papars. Norse characters will during the Viking Age get the opportunity to take it over.
    - Map Update to the Steppes
    - Major Overhaul of the Steppes and Permya
    - 112 New Provinces Added
    - 38 New Duchies Added
    - 2 New Kingdoms Added
    - 2 New Empires Added
    - Map Update Anatolia & Georgia
    - 11 New Provinces Added
    - 5 New Duchies Added
    - Map Update British Isles
    - 18 New Provinces Added
    - 3 New Duchies Added
    - Map Update France
    - 13 New Provinces Added
    - 2 New Duchies Added
    - Reworked Major Rivers in France
    - Map Update to Iceland
    - 2 new provinces
    - Reworked the sea zones around iceland
    - Updates to Icelandic history
    - New titles
    - Principality of Antioch, available for Catholic rulers in charge of Antioch
    - The Hansa is now available for players through a decision
    - A kingdom tier Swiss Confederacy is available through a decision
    - New cultures
    - Crimean Gothic
    - Dalmatian
    - Carantanian
    - Coptic

    Conclave:
    - Added call in favor for succession support character interaction for elective succession laws.


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    # Balance
    ###################
    - Prestige-based retinues are now unaffected by retinue reinforce rate; they always reinforce at full speed
    - Your dynastic muslim vassals will no longer affect your Decadence through lost/won Holy Wars, as this caused your decadence to increase/decrease seemingly at random with no chance of affecting the outcome
    - Book-type artifacts can no longer be stacked indefinitely, characters can now have max 4 books active at once (Library equipment slot)
    - The titular Kingdom titles in Iberia (Galicia, Aragon, Castille and Portugal) are now only formable through decisions.
    - The decisions to form the Kingdom titles in Iberia (Galicia, Aragon, Castille and Portugal) can now be done at any time, rather than only after the year 1000.
    - The titular Kingdom title Moravia is no longer createable as a titular title.
    - The titular Kingdom title Cyprus is now only formable through a decision (independent Catholic duke of Cyprus).
    - The titular Duchy title Powys is now only formable through a decision.
    - Vastly reduced the cost of Prestige buildings in Tribal holdings
    - Added culture-specific buildings to Tribal holdings, when upgraded to Castles these buildings will become the castle variant of the appropriate culture building (Rank 2 Tribal building becomes Rank 1 Castle building, Rank 4 Tribal building becomes Rank 2 Castle building)
    - Added a small tribal building chain for defensive pagans, built with Piety rather than prestige
    - Added retinue size modifiers to several tribal buildings, allowing Tribal rulers to field much larger retinue stacks than they were able to previously
    - Disabled the Decisions for Tribal realms to hire temporary troops for prestige/piety, they caused too much confusion for players (where did those 5000 troops come from?) and allowed for a much too rapid conquest (declaring multiple wars to avoid having them despawn), this is only in effect if Legacy of Rome is active
    - Added several tribal-only retinues that are available to be recruited for Prestige (and Piety, for Defensive Pagans), intended to fill the niche decision-spawned troops had (prestige-based armies) without causing confusion/uncertainty
    - Disabled all standard gold-costing retinues for Tribals, except for their cultural one
    - The AI will no longer spawn random troops from Build Legend or Build Zeal as long as they're not at war (they often let the troops expire without using them, losing prestige/piety)
    - Jizya tax is now based on any liege or the holding owner having a religion that uses Jizya, rather than just the holding owner
    - When a new merchant republic house is generated from thin air, the new patrician comes with a family so that they can't as easily go extinct shortly after due to a single unfortunate death
    - New patrician houses no longer love to name themselves after the ruler of the republic
    - Harbor and Fishing Village buildings in Nomad holdings now provide a nominal amount of Galleys
    - Rebalanced sex_appeal_opinion for several illness traits.
    - Unified all gender triggers for minor titles, they should now make more sense
    - Removed society influence.
    - Improved religion tooltips, now also list: the scripture, evil gods, high god and gods
    - The religion and culture line on the character select screen now gives the normal religion/culture desc and feature tooltips
    - Added the name and icon of a religion to the religion top bar screen, applied the normal religion tooltip to both
    - The Caspian Sea is now functionally like an ocean. With boats and merchant republics and stuff
    - The Nestorian Patriarch has moved to Baghdad, he feels more at home there
    - The Miaphysites and Monophysites don't really care about Pentarchy anymore
    - The Tribal Invasion and Pagan Subjugation CB's now require the actor to either have the Tribal government form or Elective Gavelkind succession form
    - Upon looting a holding, the loot protected by fort level is now immediately updated, rather than only on the next monthly tick
    - Only bishops of Count level or above can be made into anti-Popes
    - Most of the religious head actions now have a Piety cost that scales with either your size, or your tier and that of the target
    - The real Pope can now grant claims and invasions on/within the realms of people who have an anti-Pope
    - Donating money to holy orders is no longer incredibly overpowered: it now only gives 100 piety, and has a cooldown of a year between donations
    - Successful Decadence invasions now destroy the primary titles of the one being invaded, which should help with muslim blobs becoming stronger after suffering a decadence revolt, as the new dynasty has 0 decadence
    - Nomad troops have now been rebalanced to promote buying something but the first tier horde, also added piety based 'auxiliary' hordes
    - Slight cost/effect rebalance of the Corrupt Priest decision.
    - Barons can no longer take ambitions such as Become Exalted and Paragon of Virtue.
    - The ambitions Paragon of Virtue, Exalted among Men and Paragon of Enlightenment have been rebalanced to reflect the higher values of Piety and Prestige present in the game.
    - Corrupting Magic for Satanists is now a stacking modifier, and instead of removing health it actually provides a small health boost in the same way treatments do (it doesn't actually increase your health, it only offsets negative health). To compensate it has been given much heavier stat penalties. Major soul corruption effects will add two stacks of the modifier rather than one.
    - Controlled Realm Inheritance now affects your realm instead of the DeJure region for the title. And it is now in effect as long as any title above the title being inherited has set Controlled Realm Inheritance to Illegal.

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    # AI Improvements
    ###################
    - Fixed an issue where ai rulers would not go raiding
    - We have informed the AI that prestige-based retinues do in fact not cost any money, so it shouldn't refrain from buying them just because it is broke
    - The Pope is no longer likely to personally excommunicate you just because he slightly dislikes the look of your face
    - Told the AI that when it is the primary participant in one war that they should actually ignore wars where they aren't a primary participant
    - Told the AI it might as well not bother to loot if it can't even muster 500 men
    - The AI now, having decided it should send its retinues home, won't simultaneously decide leave them just sitting in the county of some random dude in the same realm, leading to the AI keeping its military AI alive indefinitely
    - When the AI's council just absolutely refuses to let it grant a title to *anyone*, the AI now goes "well if one of you bastards want it, you can damn well have it" in order to get rid of the title
    - When one AI tells another "please go over there so we can gather our forces", the AI won't go "meh, I don't really like that spot" and get stuck just alternating between staying somewhere it likes and walking towards where the other AI tells it to be, just because it previously hasn't considered the existence of that province
    - The AI no longer thinks it is a brilliant idea to betroth its underage heir to a woman so old they'll be infertile by the time the betrothal can be turned into a marriage
    - Told the AI that maybe it should consider that their liege has a ton of tribal vassals when their liege asks them to end a plot
    - The AI now takes into account the cost you had to pay in order to send the interaction when evaluating if they should accept or decline.

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    # Interface
    ###################
    - Fixed the law view refreshing a lot more than it needed to, causing buttons to sometimes flicker
    - Fixed it not being clear that negative command modifiers end up at 0 due to martial. Now shows "Martial Influence: x 0.00"
    - When the Pope decides to excommunicate someone without someone asking them to, the notification now leaves out that it was "at Pope whatever's behest"
    - The character finder now shows the effects of the characters' active artifacts
    - Added an indicator on the "Play" button in the lobby for ironman saves showing whether achievements are available or not
    - You can now edit your user-name in the multiplayer lobby to be different from your Steam name. Note that when restarting the game, it will still default to your Steam name
    - The unit morale bar now shows the morale boosts and penalties being applied on a unit level
    - Independent tributaries now show their suzerain where a liege would normally be shown
    - Fixed the levy tooltip leaving out many sources of levy size
    - The garrison tooltip now shows all sources of garrison size
    - Fixed units that cannot be disbanded right now (E.G., due to shattered retreat) being included in the Confirm Disband pop-up
    - Fixed title items when viewing a title in some cases being unclickable
    - When you cannot pick a new plot due to your current plot being in motion, the game now properly informs you rather than just saying you don't have any plots available
    - The rel head succession notification now uses the Pope's new name rather than their old name
    - Trade post locations now show up in the Economy map mode as well, not just the Trade Zones map mode
    - The levies tooltip in the character view now also lists how many troops they could potentially call to arms from tribal vassals
    - Fixed missing space in "TribalVassal" and "NomadicVassal" in the "Pacts" list on the character screen
    - When you are in regency and the council does not approve of a diplomatic action, you are now allowed to click the button, just not send it. This means you'll now be able to see why the council is voting against the action
    - "Request Claim" is now visible on characters with requestable titles, not just in the title view
    - Added sound to right-clicking a province on the map.
    - Added experimental UI scaling. Changeable in the the video settings.
    - The in-game barbershop is no longer enabled for characters that have neither hair nor beard-styles to choose from. And both hair and beard switch buttons will be hidden now if you don't have at least 2 styles to choose from
    - Religious head title shield in religious view now shows its tooltip.
    - Clicking the crusade banner while the crusade window is open will now close the window.

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    # User modding
    ###################
    - Fixed there being a strange scrollbar in the middle of the screen if you used the "-start_date" launch parameter with a title at the end
    - Eliminated the "province_setup" folder. Now based purely on province history instead, meaning you no longer have to duplicate script
    - Added is_connected_to trigger. Checks if two provinces are connected via some realm's territory. Used in province or county scope. Can be somewhat performance intensive, so use sparingly. Example:
    is_connected_to = {
    target = realm_capital # What province to find a connection to. Takes "capital" (province owner's capital), "realm_capital" (top liege's capital), or a scope that can be resolved to a province. Must be set
    sea_gap = yes # Whether to allow pathing through gaps of a single sea province (E.G., between Genoa and Corsica). Defaults to "no". Can't path through lakes
    land_gap = yes # Whether to allow pathing through gaps of a single land province (E.G., a realm split in two by another realm a single province wide). Defaults to "no". Can't path through wastelands
    sub_realm = no # Which realm to allow pathing through. "yes" for the sub-realm of the province owner. "no" for the realm of the top-liege. Alternatively takes a scope that can be resolved to a character (E.G., ROOT, e_hre, or owner). Defaults to "yes"
    naval_distance = yes # Whether to allow pathing by sea (any number of provinces). Can take a number instead to use a max distance from already found ports
    }
    - Added any_connected_province, any_disconnected_province, and random versions of both. Takes same parameters as is_connected_to, except for "target". The disconnected version scopes to every province in the sub realm that isn't connected, while the connected version scopes to every province that is. Example:
    any_connected_province = {
    sub_realm = ROOT
    limit = { some_trigger = no }
    some_effect = yes
    }
    - Added can_naval_path_to trigger. Checks if it is possible to travel by sea between two provinces. Both provinces have to be sea or coastal. Example: "can_naval_path_to = c_london". Can take scopes and similar. Can be expanded to also take a distance: "can_naval_path_to = { target = c_london distance < 100 }"
    - Added "persistent_event_target". Works like regular event targets, except are not saved in event chains. Instead they're saved in provinces, characters, titles, artifacts, societies, or offmap powers. They thus persist until cleared. Syntax is as follows:
    save_persistent_event_target = { name = name_of_target scope = event_target:my_character } # Scope is the scope to save. It'll be saved in whatever the current scope is scoped to, assuming it supports persistent event targets. Relative scoping like ROOT, liege, and similar work as well
    clear_persistent_event_target = name_of_target # Removes the given target
    persistent_event_target:name_of_target = { } # Scopes to the given target
    [name_of_target.SomeLocCommand] # Scopes to the given target in loc. In the case of collision with a regular event target, the persistent target takes precedence
    - Variables now work in artifacts, societies, and offmap powers as well, not just characters, titles, and provinces
    - Added console command print_holding_numbers. It prints the number of holdings defined for each county, sorted by # of holdings. Useful if you want to ensure all counties can support up to 7 slots
    - Creating a holding in script when the province is already at its holding slot limit now adds another holding slot
    - Added optional ai_acceptance section for decisions. This can be used to indicate to the player whether the target will accept a given decision. See 00_decisions.info for documentation
    - Renamed the "decisions" section in societies to "powers" (though the old name still works). Now supports loc keys too, not just decisions. Will then use the key for the name, and the key + "_power_desc" for the extended description
    - Added "society_influence = no" parameter for societies, which turns off the display of society influence
    - You can now scope to landed titles in loc using their name. E.G., [k_norway.GetName]
    - Fixed any_realm_lord not fetching the character's employer's sub-realm if used on an unlanded character
    - For modifiers like those for council position choice, you can now specify a "localisation_key". When specified, that will make the condition show up as "Localisation: +xy" rather than as a regular trigger. This can be used to create much cleaner modifier lists. Especially useful for the "ai_acceptance" section of decisions, as that will make the display mimic normal interactions. Note that this does *not* work with multiplicative modifiers; only additive ones. This is for memory saving reasons, as applying it to mult modifiers would mean every single event MTTH and similar would need to store a loc key
    - Stacking character modifiers now only show a single entry in the user interface
    - Added "effect" parameter for on-actions, making it possible to fire effects directly off of on-actions. Useful for when you'd normally just use a hidden event. Highly recommended that you use scripted effects so as to not bloat the on actions file
    - Wrote documentation for on-actions. Can be found in _on_actions.info in the on-actions folder
    - Now possible to have several separate random event lists within an on-action, which are checked separately when the on-action happens (meaning several random events can occur; 0 or 1 per list). See _on_actions.info for documentation
    - Made it clear that on_(major_)battle_lost/won do not fire for the actual army leader
    - Checking "holding_type" in county (as opposed to province) scope should now work
    - Added in_command pre-trigger for events. Takes yes or no. Example: in_command = no will make the event only trigger for people not commanding troops
    - For custom loc purposes, notifications now provide FROMFROM as well. We won't pretend there's any real rhyme or reason to what character is FROMFROM
    - It is now possible to specify characters' opinions of specific traits, and specify their opinion effect on people with specific traits. "lustful_opinion = 10" for example will now make Lustful characters like you more. "opinion_of_lustful = -10" will make you dislike lustful characters. Works in any modifier (E.G., traits, artifacts, event modifiers). Has to be defined in the modifier definitions folder, just like religion and culture opinion
    - You can now define an opinion explanation for custom opinion modifiers like religion, culture, and trait opinion. Simply take the modifier key (E.G., "norse_opinion") and add "_EXPLANATION" to it, and write some loc. It gets post-fixed to the line in the opinion-breakdown. Defining one for Lustful for example might show something like "Attractice (effect on Lustful): +10"
    - It is now possible to specify icons for objectives, decisions, and hardcoded interactions to show up in the diplomacy list (like how "plot to kill" has a dagger). For objectives and decisions, simply put "diplomacy_icon = GFX_gfx_name" and define that piece of GFX. For hardcoded interactions, the GFX name is pre-determined, using the format "GFX_<something>_icon", where "<something>" is the same as is used for offer descriptions, defines, and so on (E.G:, "DECLARE_WAR_INTERACTION"). By defining that GFX (in the case of war declaration, GFX_DECLARE_WAR_INTERACTION_icon), the icon will then show up
    - Added effects add_special_interest and remove_special_interest. This will modify the special interests list in the outliner. Examples:
    add_special_interest = { who = k_france key = some_loc_key }
    remove_special_interest = ROOT
    - Added triggers num_culture_provinces and num_religion_provinces. They check how many provinces there are of the given culture/religion. Should work in virtually any scope that has an associated culture. Takes comparisons. Example: num_culture_provinces > 10
    - When debug_mode (AKA "charinfo") is active, the script tags of traits, modifiers, artifacts, cultures, religions, societies, and governments now get shown in their tooltip for use in console commands, script effects, and similar
    - Added trigger society_has_active_progress = <yes/no>
    - Added trigger society_progress = <value>
    - Added effect start_society_progress
    - Added effect stop_society_progress
    - Added effect add_society_progress = <value>
    - Added effect set_society_progress = <value>
    - Added trigger holy_site_distance. Checks the distance to the nearest holy site of the target religion. Example: holy_site_distance = { target = FROM value < 200 }. Works with provinces, characters, and similar as targets as well, not just religions
    - Added trigger religion_distance. Checks the distance to the nearest province of the target religion. Example: religion_distance = { target = FROM value < 200 }. Works with provinces, characters, and similar as targets as well, not just religions. Use with care, as it can get a bit expensive as it has to check distance to all provinces of the given religion
    - Added console command "save_without_ironman" to save the current game-state without ironman
    - The "version" console command now also puts the version info in your clipboard so you can paste it elsewhere
    - Added "log_missing_adjectives" console command, which logs any title that has no adjective loc key defined (E.G., if the title "k_title" is defined, but no loc "k_title_adj" is defined)
    - It is now possible for a religion to have autocephaly without having a pentarchy (though not the other way around). "autocephaly = yes" now only provides autocephaly, while "pentarchy = yes" provides both
    - Added trigger "has_pentarchy". Works in anything that has a religion (religion, character, province, etc.)
    - Added religion parameter male_temple_holders (default "yes") and trigger religion_allows_male_temple_holders
    - Added the following effects, which change religion features. Works in religion scope, or a scope from which a religion can be gotten (character, province, county/barony title, title with religion defined, society with associated religion):
    set_peace_piety_gain
    set_pacifist
    set_convert_other_groups
    set_convert_same_group
    set_peace_prestige_loss
    set_ai_aggression
    set_unit_modifier
    set_unit_home_modifier
    set_hard_to_convert
    set_raised_vassal_opinion_loss
    set_piety_loss_for_attacking_same_religion
    set_max_wives
    set_max_consorts
    set_feminist
    set_heir_designation
    set_short_reign_opinion_year_mult
    set_jizya_tax
    set_can_retire_to_monastery
    set_can_excommunicate
    set_can_grant_divorce
    set_can_grant_invasion_cb
    set_can_grant_claim
    set_can_call_crusade
    set_pc_marriage
    set_bs_marriage
    set_psc_marriage
    set_cousin_marriage
    set_seafaring
    set_allow_looting
    set_allow_rivermovement
    set_autocephaly
    set_pentarchy
    set_religion_head # When used in religion scope, sets the title that controls the religion. Use "none" to set the religion as not having any controller. If a title already controls the religion when this is called, it will cease to control the religion. Example: set_religion_head = k_norway/ROOT/none
    set_uses_decadence
    set_can_have_antipopes
    set_priests_can_marry
    set_priests_can_inherit
    set_ignores_defensive_attrition
    set_character_modifier
    add_intermarry
    remove_intermarry
    clear_intermarry
    set_defensive_attrition
    set_female_temple_holders
    set_male_temple_holders
    set_branch_tag
    set_allows_matrilineal_marriage
    - set_divine_blood effect now works on religions, not just characters
    - Cultures and religions can now store flags, event targets, and variables
    - Added effects set_flag and clr_flag, and triggers has_flag and had_flag, which work on anything that can store flags. Note as a result there are no culture/religion specific versions
    - Event options can now take the parameter "tooltip_info_custom". Example: "tooltip_info_custom = REASON_IS_A_HORSE" will highlight the option and state that it is due to them being a horse
    - Be aware that "reformer_head_of_religion" now has to be defined in the reformed version of the religion, *not* the original version
    - Added a file with documentation in common/modifier_definitions
    - Added triggers "trigger_if", "trigger_else_if", and "trigger_else". trigger_if is just an alias for conditional_tooltip. The latter two can be combined with trigger_if to handle complex display logic. If a trigger_if is immediately followed by a trigger_else_if or trigger_else, that trigger will be used instead if the limit/trigger of the trigger_if fails. They can be chained to virtually any extent. You can now also use "limit" instead of "trigger", to match how the effect functions. Example:
    trigger_if = {
    limit = { wealth = 3000 }
    piety = 1000
    }
    trigger_else_if = {
    limit = { wealth = 2000 }
    piety = 2000
    }
    trigger_else = {
    piety = 3000
    }
    - Now possible to reference religions and their groups statically in loc. E.G., [catholic.GetName] or [christian.GetGroupName]. Note that referencing the group is really just a different way to reference the first member of the group, so "GetName" will return the first religion's name, not "Christian"
    - Now possible to reference cultures statically and their groups in loc. E.G., [norwegian.GetName] or [north_germanic.GetGroupName]. Note that referencing the group is really just a different way to reference the first member of the group, so "GetName" will return the first religion's name, not "Christian"
    - Buildings can now use "piety_cost" in order to cost piety. Mutually exclusive with gold and prestige costs
    - Retinue subunits now support the parameter "costs_piety = yes". Mutually exclusive with gold and prestige costs
    - Added parameter "sort_priority" for CBs, which can be used to decide the order in which CBs show up in the UI. Example: sort_priority = 1000
    - Added parameter "diplo_view_region" for CBs, which can be used override which provinces are highlighted when the CB is selected in the diplomacy view. Example: diplo_view_region = custom_leon
    - Fixed the presence of decadent dynasty members being based on the religion being Muslim rather than the religion using decadence
    - Added command modifiers "light_cavalry", "knights", "archers", "pikemen", "actual_light_infantry", and "actual_heavy_infantry", which boost those specific units
    - Event pictures can now have triggers, allowing you to define multiple pictures without having to go via event descriptions. Note that event description pictures will still take precedence
    - Event pictures now always match the description if the description specifies a picture, rather than taking the picture from the first valid description. Example:
    picture = {
    trigger = { wealth = 1000 }
    picture = "GFX_evt_feast"
    }
    - conditional_tooltip/trigger_if now returns "false" when it does not get displayed immediately inside an OR or NOR, as this gives a more sensible tooltip
    - Added support for all of the effect any_<scopes> for a selection_score = { } - triggered score field that only executes the effect on the top scorers of selection. Example:
    any_society_member = {
    score_value = {
    value = 1
    additive_modifier = {
    society_rank == 4
    value = 1000
    }
    additive_modifier = {
    society_rank == 3
    value = 100
    }
    }
    count = 3
    add_trait = maimed
    }
    - Added effects clear_prison_reasons, clear_banish_reasons, clear_revoke_reasons, clear_execute_reasons. These remove all opinion modifiers allowing the given action. Example: clear_prison_reasons = FROM will cause the currently scoped character to no longer be able to imprison FROM (unless allowed due to excommunication or being an enemy)
    - "additive_modifier" in MTTHs and similar now works with decimal numbers rather than just integers
    - Nicknames can now be set to prefix the ruler name with the is_prefix = yes attribute in the nickname database.
    - Fixed the "succession" effect not immediately causing succession to recalculate
    - Modifier definitions now support "show_value = no", which will cause no number to be shown. Can be useful for showing a modifier unlocks some sort of feature
    - Dynasties are now generated for the senior party in a marriage to someone who has a dynasty, rather than always being generated for men if the woman has a dynasty
    - Event options can now take "tooltip_info = combat_rating", much like they can take "tooltip_info = diplomacy" and similar
    - Religions can now have a "full" name defined by adding the loc key with "_full" appended. Will be shown on the map, and in most UIs. Useful if you want a longer name on the map that does not work in all contexts. [Religion.GetName] will still get the old name, while [Religion.GetFullName] will get the longer version
    - Virtually all triggers and effects that before only supported simple relative scopes (ROOT/PREV/FROM/etc) now support fancier ones (liege/top_liege/employer/capital/etc)
    - Added Scripted score values similar to scripted triggers and effects. Can be utilized in ai_chance, ai_will_do, random list weighting and anything that utilizes the triggered modifiers to calculate a value.
    - The "adjective" effect now supports custom loc. Like set_name, it uses the current scopes available
    - Added effect "set_short_name = yes/no". Can be used in title scope. Equivalent to putting "short_name = yes/no" in the title's definition. Useful when renaming titles in script
    - Added "preferred_limit" parameter for "random_" effects like "random_character". Should work for all "random_" effects except "random_quest_target", which is a bit of a mess. Multiple preferred limits can be defined, in addition to the regular "limit". When preferred limits are used, the first one that at least one target fulfills will be used in addition to the limit. If no preferred limit is fulfilled, only the base limit gets used. Very useful for when you want to pick a better target when one is available. Example:
    random_independent_ruler = {
    limit = { wealth < 1000 }
    preferred_limit = { culture = norwegian }
    preferred_limit = { culture_group = north_germanic }
    wealth = 1000 # This would give 1000 gold to a random independent Norwegian with less than 1k gold, if one exists. If none exists, it'll give it to a random independent North Germanic with less than 1k gold. If none exists, it'll give it to a random independent ruler of any culture with less than 1k gold
    }
    - Societies "monthly_currency_gain" can now take "triggered_gain", making it possible to define any arbitrary reason to get currency. See societies.info for more info
    - If you run grant_title on a barony that has not been built, now a castle will be built there
    - Added character loc property GetLastWordInDynastyName. It will split the character's dynasty names on spaces and apostrophes, and return the last word. E.G., d'Anjou -> Anjou and "de Hauteville" -> Hauteville
    - Added interface_skins = { } list in religion and religion groups. Determines the order a religion will use interface elements, taking them from the first listed to the last. The default interface is an implicit backup for all elements of all religions. If a republic then they will only use the republic interface if they have no interface_skin defined in their religion of religion group or have been set to merge the republic interface. The definition in the religion overrides that of the religion group
    - Added merge_republic_interface = yes/no to religion and religion groups. Determines if a religion will try to merge their interface with the republic interface. If yes then when a republic and searching for a texture for their religion's interface they will look for <texture_name>_republic and use that version of the texture instead of the religion's normal one. The bool defaults to no and as with interface_skins the definition in a religion overrides that of the religion group
    - Added triggers society_has_members, society_is_active, and is_society. Checks if the scoped to society has members, if the society's "active" trigger is true, and whether the society is the same as the right-hand-side. Examples:
    the_satanists = { society_has_members = yes society_is_active = yes is_society = ROOT/the_satanists/event_target:some_society }
    - Women can now take consorts. Be aware that this may in some cases break your existing script
    - "add_consort" will now cause the person scoped to to be the senior party, rather than the woman. Same goes when adding one in history. "remove_consort" will still work on either party. The scopes remain the same, and will work regardless of who is the senior party
    - The trigger "is_senior_consort_party" has been added, which simply checks that the character has consorts rather than being someone's consort. Example: "is_senior_consort_party = yes"
    - is_consort now checks that you're the junior party, rather than female and having a consort
    - num_of_consorts now returns 0 for the junior party
    - title_male_consort also needs to exist in minor titles
    - A religion can be defined to allow women to take consorts using "women_can_take_consorts = yes" in the religion definition, or be enabled for the religion by event/similar using the new effect "set_women_can_take_consorts = yes". It can also be set in government definitions (but not dynamically) in the same manner.
    - Also added is "men_can_take_consorts" in religion and government definitions (defaults to yes), and a "set_men_can_take_consorts" effect for religions. If a religion/government's max consorts is 0, men/women_can_take_consorts has no effect
    - Society ranks can now also define max_consorts, men_can_take_consorts, and women_can_take_consorts. Works as with religion and governments. You'll need to put a description of the effect in the rank manually, using the "powers" section or the "custom_tooltip" key
    - LOOTER_SHIP_MAINT_MULT is now based on "seafaring" rather than being allowed to loot
    - Added scopes "previous_artifact_owner" and "any/random_artifact_owner". These only work on artifacts that track history (don't have the "history = no" parameter). The first simply scopes to the previous holder. The any/random one scopes to anyone who has ever owned the given artifact (including the current owner)
    - Added effect copy_artifact_history
    - Multiple wives now take precedence over the ability to have concubines
    - Added effect "show_trait". All this does is make the given trait show up on an event option, much like "show_portrait". It does not affect the gamestate, nor cause a tooltip. Example: "show_trait = genius"
    - Variables, flags, and event targets can now be saved to societies. Example: the_satanists = { set_flag = test_flag }
    - Fixed custom loc in some cases almost always returning the same "random" value when used repeatedly in a block of script
    - Fixed the "new_artifact" scope not persisting past save-reload
    - Added set_picture effect for artifacts
    - When debug mode is enabled (AKA "charinfo"), you can now CTRL+right-click an event option to open it in a text editor. To specify what text editor to use, you will need to edit your settings file. "text_editor" needs to point to your text editor's executable, while "text_editor_postfix" needs to use whatever syntax that editor uses to specify what line to open on. The $ sign will be replaced with the line number
    text_editor="C:\Program Files (x86)\Notepad++\notepad++.exe"
    text_editor_postfix="-n$"
    - Added loc promotion ParentReligion, which changes the scope to the scoped religion's parent religion. Example: [Root.Religion.ParentReligion.GetName]
    - Added scope parent_religion
    - Added parameter full_hostility = yes for CBs. If set in addition to hostile_against_others, will cause anyone targeting a realm with a CB with the flag to be hostile towards one another. They will also be hostile to anyone targeting the defender's primary title
    - Equipping an artifact now triggers a portrait refresh in case the artifact affects how the character looks/dresses
    - Added on-actions on_command_unit, on_command_sub_unit, and on_unit_entering_province
    - Added pre-trigger has_job_title. Takes yes or no
    - Scripted value calculations such as ai_chance, ai_will_do, selection_score etc. now supports adding a trigger field effectively nullifying the field.
    - You can now use command_modifier in event modifiers
    - random_list now supports defining a fallback, which will be run if nothing else has a chance above 0
    - random_list now leaves out "one out of x options will happen" if only one option is valid
    - WARNING: The religion/religion_group/culture/culture_group event pre-triggers now only take actual keys (E.G., "norse"). Scopes and the like will no longer work, for performance reasons
    - Fixed counties with no holder whatsoever in history getting all their barons set as independent
    - Hovering over the tooltip for effects involving a lot of characters should now cause less game slowdown
    - e_rebels and e_pirates no longer check decisions, plot invitations, etc.
    - Fixed FROMFROM not being present most of the time in on_combat_pulse
    - Added new Crusade system:
    - See crusade.info in common/religion for documentation
    - Now possible to have more than once Crusade CB. Use "is_crusade = yes" in the CB to mark it as a Crusade CB. Individual religions can also specify their Crusade CB, overriding what's defined on the group level
    - Added effects set_crusade_target, pledge_crusade_participation, lock_crusade_target, set_crusade_beneficiary, set_official_crusade_recipient, set_crusade_pot_multiplier, cancel_crusade
    - Added triggers is_preparing_crusade, crusade_preparation_strength, crusade_preparation_time_elapsed, crusade_preparation_time_remaining, has_pledged_crusade_participation, crusade_war_has_started
    - Added scopes crusade_beneficiary, crusade_target_title, crusade_target_char, any/random_crusade_participant, official_crusade_recipient
    - Added on-actions on_crusade_preparation_starts, on_crusade_launches, on_crusade_canceled, on_crusade_monthly, on_crusade_target_changes
    - Added scope any/random_unit_leader. It scopes to any leader (flank or subunit) in a unit. It can be used in unit or character scope; in character scope it uses the unit that character is in. If the unit is in combat, every unit on the same side in the battle is included
    - Added triggers is_sub_unit_leader = yes/no and is_in_same_unit_as = scope. The latter checks if two characters are in the same unit. Does NOT check every unit on a side of a combat, unlike any/random_unit_leader
    - Warning: Identical names in cultures are now assumed to always be tied to the same base name. This means that having something like Name_BaseOne in one culture, and Name_BaseTwo in a different culture is no longer possible. This would already cause issues with regnal naming anyway
    - Now impossible to fire delayed events (E.G., via laws automatically being passed) until the campaign has actually started, as this could lead to CTDs
    - Added dynasty modifiers, which apply to all (living) members of a dynasty. Add with "add_dynasty_modifier = key" in character scope. Remove with "remove_dynasty_modifier = key". Check for their presence with "has_dynasty_modifier = key". Does not support timed modifiers
    - Added triggers holding_garrison_percent, holding_raisable_levy_percent, and holding_total_levy_percent. They check how full the garrison, the raisable levy, and the total levy (garrison + raisable) is. Example: holding_total_levy_percent < 1 would check that the overall levy is not capped. 1 represents 100%, 0 is 0%
    - Added variable exports holding_garrison_percent, holding_raisable_levy_percent, holding_total_levy_percent, holding_garrison, holding_raisable_levy, holding_total_levy
    - Added effect set_player_character, which makes the player controlling the current character control the target character instead. Example: "set_player_character = player_heir" would result in the player taking over as their heir. Be careful, as it is entirely possible to cause an instant game over using this effect. The effect does *not* enforce remaining within the same dynasty. This effect works even in multiplayer, hence the need to be scoped to the player's character
    - on_siege_over_winner, on_siege_over_loc_chars, on_siege_won_leader, and on_siege_lost_leader no longer fire for forts (they never fired at all for trade posts); these now fire the same on-action with "_fort" or "_trade_post" appended, with FROM as the province. This is because FROM was undefined for these two types of holdings as they have no associated title, leading to strange issues
    - The names of interactions now go through custom localisation, just like their descriptions, providing the standard set of promotions and properties for interactions
    - Intermarrying AI logic no longer assumes religions in the same group are fine to marry unless they've actually been specified to allow intermarrying. Before, only Pagans could refuse on religious grounds within the group
    - The "add_building" effect now also adds the building it upgrades from. E.G., add_building = some_building_3 would add some_building_1 and some_building_2 first if they're not already present (based on upgrades_from, not names)
    - Fixed religious titles not being considered minor titles for some purposes, such as "has_minor_title"
    - Major rivers now use the position of the councilor for moving ships, to make it easier to place them in such a way that they're not on land
    - Fixed the "adjective" effect not always working
    - When a province is selected in debug mode, hovering over another province will show the naval distance if a naval path exists
    - It is now possible to specify the religion head's response AI for all the religion head interactions. See 01_rel_head_actions.txt for more info
    - You can now specify religion-specific character names on the religion level, not just the religion group level. If defined, it will be used instead of the religion-level names. It is now also possible to have one named defined in more than one group/religion (E.G., in both the Christian group and the Jewish group), while before this would lead to no one being able to use the name at all
    - Added "prompt_name" effect, which can be used to let the player rename characters, provinces, landed titles, artifacts, and bloodlines. Example:
    prompt_name = {
    player = ROOT # What player should get the prompt
    type = NEWBORN # What message type to use, as defined in messagetypes.txt. This is what defines the text and picture. The text uses the current scopes
    portrait = e_hre # Optional. What portrait to show on the right. If not defined, the scoped character (if scope is a character) will be used
    name_list = LOC_KEY # Optional. What name list to use. Can also use "religion" for religious names of the scoped character's religion, or "culture" for cultural names. If not specified, there will be no "randomize name" button (except for characters, that'll use the standard buttons for newborns). The loc key should contain a list of names separated by pipes. E.G., "LOC_KEY;Name|Name2|Name3;;;;;;x". When the name list is specified, a name from the list will be chosen at random, and hitting "randomize name" will cause the name to change to another random name in the list. When using a loc key rather than culture/religion, custom loc is supported, using the current scopes
    }
    - Added on-actions on_character_renamed, on_title_renamed, on_province_renamed, on_artifact_renamed, and on_bloodline_renamed. These fire when a player renames such an object
    - Added on-action on_excommunicate_interaction
    - Added religion parameter rel_head_defense. If set to "yes", people of that religion are likely to join in defense of their rel head when attacked by a different religion. It can also be set in script using "set_rel_head_defense = yes/no"
    - Added defines MAX_DISTANCE_HOLY_WAR_JOIN and MAX_DISTANCE_REL_HEAD_DEFENSE_JOIN
    - Added CB effects on_invalidation_title and on_invalidation_posttitle
    - Fixed holding build triggers not working for regular holdings
    - Added can_land_path_to trigger
    - Fixed the exportable value monthly_income actually returning the yearly income
    - Added localisation modifier 'U' to uppercase first letter
    - Province history renaming now supports taking a localisation tag
    - Added any/random_eldership_title scopes
    - Added any/random_elector_character scopes
    - Added any/random_pretender scopes
    - succession and succession_w_cooldown effects can now be complex and use base_type and voting_rules as parameter, example:
    succession = {
    base_type = feudal_elective # One of the hard-coded types feudal_elective, elective_gavelkind, tanistry
    voting_rules = my_elective_voting_rules # Elective rules defined in common/succession_voting
    }
    - Added extra script validation that tries to detect if a curly bracket or equal sign is missing or in the wrong location.
    - christian_church_opinion can now be used outside of traits and there is now a version for each religion group.
    - Added two on_actions; "on_employer_change" and "on_host_change" which are triggered whenever a character changes their employer (home court) or host (current location).
    - Added a scripted trigger "valid_exile_court_trigger" which makes it possible to limit which courts the game considers when deciding where to move a character.
    - Fixed "spawn_disease" not working in events due to load order shenanigans. Now also logs during game load if a referenced disease does not exist
    - Added DAYS_BEFORE_FIRST_COMBAT_EVENT in defines
    - Added 'add_god_names' effect which makes it possible to add new god names to the scoped religion
    - Added 'remove_god_names' effect which makes it possible to remove all god names from the scoped religion
    - Added 'set_high_god_name' effect which makes it possible to set the name of the high god for the scoped religion
    - Added 'add_evil_god_names' effectwhich makes it possible to add new evil god names to the scoped religion


    ###################
    # Database
    ###################
    - Fixed the province of Ratanpur having more holdings than holding slots; increased the holding slots by one
    - Iceland is now inhabited by Irish Papars in 769. A decision has been added for the Norse to settle Iceland after the Viking age starts.

    ###################
    # Bugfixes
    ###################
    - Ducal County Claim CB can no longer be used on your liege
    - Fixed siege leaders in flanks other than the center not working after loading a save, but instead only for new battles or if reassigned
    - It's no longer possible to ready up in the multiplayer lobby when two players have selected the same character.
    - Apsara/Ghandarva now rarely visits Indian feasts.
    - AI Rulers should no longer switch their kids to Faith/Heritage focus just because their educator is another religion/culture from the kid, the educator now also needs to be of the RULERS religion/culture for the AI to consider the decision.
    - Fixed some issues with the potential conditions for the Elective Faction
    - Fixed an issue where you could end up playing a relative with temporary titles if you became unlanded
    - Fixed an issue where the game would in some instances reset your custom rulers beard at game start
    - Fixed imprisonment reasons in some cases persisting until unpausing
    - No longer possible for a Pagan religion to get reformed more than once
    - Imperial Reconquest now includes Sardinia
    - Fixed Peasant and Heretic revolt triggers not taking into account one of the fail-conditions that prevent a National revolt from happening, thus resulting into no revolt starting at all in some instances
    - Fixed Ramadan event targeting your own Decadent relatives and setting them free
    - Fixed Mother/Father-in-Laws being called "Acquaintances" on Notification events upon death
    - Prosperity event and Settle Tribe Job action now do not result in a successful culture conversion when Culture Conversion is set to Restricted and the province that they target is not a port and has no neighboring provinces of the owner's culture
    - Fixed Raiding China modifier persisting after having successfully conquered China.
    - Fixed slightly misleading tooltip on Tributary breaking condition.
    - Fixed Gain Land for Landless Son ambition being fulfilled by assembling a mercenary band.
    - Fixed Council outliner being referred to as "Court".
    - Fixed translation event firing for rulers of the same culture as the ruling Chinese dynasty
    - Jeanne of Arc is now historical=yes so she doesn't get pruned.
    - Fixed old claim event not having gendered loc keys.
    - Added death_date_desc to death_missing and death_vanished.
    - Improved secret religion scripted trigger to use religion scopes rather than random_character scopes.
    - Fixed some old tooltips on event 61212.
    - Fixed education event prompting to secretly convert ward to a religion that he is already openly a part of.
    - Fixed database religion of Chinese Suy dynasty.
    - Fixed other_claim not transferring a claimant's family to his new court after victory.
    - Fixed liege's court physician treating vassals within the liege's court as if he were their personal Court Physician.
    - Fixed death reason for a few old Chinese courtiers.
    - Fixed jailor_torture_effect scripted effect resulting in multiple No effect entries in some instances.
    - Fixes to Tafkir modifier being given to the wrong person
    - Safety triggers on ZE.2020 to prevent it from firing when the ruler has no Chancellor.
    - Fixed scoping issue with Ask for Pardon decision.
    - Religion view title will now properly get the updated description from the religion for it's tooltip.
    - Fixed alignment issue with norse beard_behind layers.
    - No longer double "the" when you win an invasion against China
    - Fixed scoping issues in the Satanists recruitment events.
    - Made the Demon Child from Demonic Impregnation use the SoA flags and effects rather than the Old Gods ones, as those are not compatible with the child not having a father.
    - Fixed an issue where a pregnancy conceived before marriage didn't always adhere to the marriage rules when the child was born.
    - Fixed a Linux crash in the law screen if opened before patrician families are created.
    - If the one who invites you to carousing dies before the party starts, the do_not_disturb flag will now be cleared from all their potential guests
    - Removed an old invalidation of delayed events if FROM/FROMFROM-scope was a character that had been dead for a year
    - Fixed the Prepared Invasion troop spawning being improperly randomized, making being ridiculously lucky or unlucky far more likely than intended
    - Fixed saving and reloading within a month of an AI launching a Prepared Invasion sometimes leading to them not launching it at all, instead letting the CB expire
    - Fixed Nomad provinces with a lot of holdings not being considered part of their realm for some purposes, leading to a variety of issues
    - Fixed a councilor becoming independent leading to them considering themselves to have been fired from the council
    - Ensured that in multiplayer, only one player gets to name a newborn. Precedence goes to the actual parent if only one is a parent. If both are parents, it goes to the person with the child's dynasty. If both are of the child's dynasty, precedence goes to the mother
    - Fixed Crusades in rare cases switching defender or invalidating when the defender loses an unrelated war, despite them still being a completely valid target
    - Previous owners levies should no longer block the current owner from raising levies from a holding.
    - The Pope will no longer be incredibly rude when granting you claims.
    - Made Smiths stop trying to make body builders out of babies or toddlers
    - Fixed rare case of RIP event causing mourning character to become friend with himself after death of his father.
    - Fixed help liege manage title decision being available only once per character.
    - Fixed trunkated text in monastic letter event.
    - Fixed broken Seversky dynasty.
    - Fixed issue with legitimate children gaining the bastard trait when their father died before they were born.
    - Fixed Embargo and Seize Trade Post cbs not using proper icons.
    - Added specific decision icon for Kali Puja feast.
    - Balanced option on event ZE.12082 childhood rivalry event.
    - Fixed confusing portraits in tooltips of ZE.12110.
    - Tweaked and expanded nickname assignment for RIP.12053 tunnel sneaker.
    - Fixed independent Aztec rulers being appalled when one of their courtiers is sacrified to the gods by another Aztec ruler.
    - Fixed Smith thiefs accidentally giving the artifact to your rival heir or another easily imprisoned courtier, effectively fulfilling their task.
    - Fixed Pechenegs still owning some titles in central Asia by 1066.
    - Estonian dynasty prefix changed to "of".
    - Fixed MNM.10045 friendship event firing for characters who are lovers already (or in prison).
    - Imprisoning a Satanist recruiter will now result in the event chain properly stopping.
    - Legitimized bastards can now properly inherit under nomad succession laws.
    - Fixed double price in Attempt to Abduct decision when dealing with landless rulers.
    - Tweaked some historical german names.
    - A pilgrimage will now stop if the character is imprisoned for whatever reason.
    - Several childhood events stopped from firing for the educator if he is traveling somewhere (pilgrimage, kowtow, etc.).
    - The Conduct Secret Ceremony mission will no longer fire for characters who have no one else in their society to actually conduct said ceremony *with*.
    - Fixed it so that players without the Reaper's Due DLC also can get rid of vomiting symptoms acquired from drinking poison while trying to write a book.
    - CBs with on_demand_reverse_title now *actually* removes claim(s) from the losing attacker.
    - No longer kills off patrician families after the 5th family on daily update and rather checks for the DEFINES max limit of patrician families before going on a killing spree
    - If a prepared invasion target becomes invalidated the character now gets another try at launching a prepared invasion instead of being blocked by the once per lifetime rule.
    - Fixed instances of being able to Shut the Gates to your capital, when your character is in fact out traveling
    - Made the childhood event where your ward becomes Fussy actually inform you of that happening
    - Fixed multiple issues with the Assassin mission to train a protege.
    - Fixed an issue with historical province renaming
    - Fixed an issue where event HL.5005 would provide no Grace reward
    - Fixed how moving your Chancellor to a different county, while they are presenting you with a fabricated claim, would swap the target claim.
    - Fixed issue with the Hashshashins holy order not spawning correctly in start dates before 1090
    - Clarified outcome of yet another childhood event
    - Fixed so that you get a message alert when an artifact is removed/destroyed via scripted events
    - The effects from the following console commands are now reset when resigning: "noai", "show_all_societies", "real_fathers", and "discover_plots".
    - Ruler Designer will no longer crash when being opened if a character for some reason has no hair- or no eye-colors to choose from.
    - A non-player dying and giving their artifacts to a player through inheritance will no longer unequip some or all of the player's equipped artifacts.
    - Marriages will now break consort relation between the two characters marrying instead of clearing out all consorts from one of the marrying characters.
    - Fixed issue where removing a consort would only break the link from ruler to consort and not the one from the consort to the ruler.
    - Creating a close kin consort now only requires the religion of one of the characters to have a religion that allows close kin marriage (so that it matches how it works for marriages)
    - Fixed issue were females were disinherited for having consorts instead of being disinherited for being one.
    - Fixed a rare crash when resigning.
    - Fixed the Demon Child event chain firing when the child does not have a mother, leading to empty references in text
    - Removed most restrictions on employing a smith
    - Fixed issue where the AI would list the wrong reason for not wanting to take their parent as a consort, complaining about their parent being their child.
    - Fixed an issue causing the event where you could run into your rival during a hunt to never fire.
    - Fixed China never resorting to simply demanding money when you urge them to reopen the Silk Road for trade.

    Non presente nelle patch notes è l'implementazione di una IU scalare, per colore che usano monitor 4k!

    EDIT: noto ora che la prossima patch non sarà la 2.9 come ci si aspettava ma 3.0. Non mi stupisce molto e approvo, questa potrebbe essere la base della versione finale (anche se mi aspetto ancora qualche patch).
     
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