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Enabling console commands. In order to activate console commands, you need press the tilde key , hit Enter, and type in iroll20s. Once entered, the command activates cheat mode and disables achievements for this particular game. Reloading a save where cheats weren't activated enables them again. It is possible to run scripts from within the console by using the “run” command. The script should be saved as a text file located in your /Documents/Crusader Kings II folder, this is the folder that contains your save games folder, logs folder, and dumps folder; this is not the folder that contains the base game itself and is located under your Program Files folder. Victoria II is a grand strategy wargame developed by Paradox Development Studio and published by Paradox Interactive, sequel to 2003's Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun. This Victoria 2 Wiki is intended as a repository of Victoria 2 related knowledge, useful for both new and experienced players and for modders. Anyone can contribute to the wiki.
Contents.Gameplay The game is a where the player controls a dynasty from 1066 to 1453, though the The Old Gods and Charlemagne allow for earlier start dates of 867 and 769, respectively. Through the strategic use of war, marriages and assassinations among many other things, the player works to achieve success for their dynasty.
The game contains numerous historical figures such as, and, but allows for the player to choose less significant figures such as minor and, and creation of entirely new characters with the use of the 'Ruler Designer'.Success is defined solely by the player. The only in-game objective is to obtain as many prestige and piety points as possible in order to surpass the various historically relevant European in a prestige ranking (the three most prestigious ones being the, the and the dynasties).
The game ends when the player's current dies without an of the same dynasty to succeed him/her, when all landed titles of the count rank or above are stripped from all members of the player's dynasty (including themselves), or when the game reaches its end in.The game employs a and system where will inherit many traits, and skills from their. This adds an additional layer of strategy to, such that a player will attempt not only to form beneficial, but also to select marriage partners with strong traits to maximise the quality of and thus strengthen the dynasty. This requires balancing sometimes conflicting interests.
For example, while one possible marriage might allow some to be formed with another ruler, it may also require marrying a with some undesirable traits. Such a trade-off can occur in the reverse as well: one possible spouse could possess highly desirable traits but yield no new alliances for the player's dynasty.While the player can choose any noble with at least a in their possession to play as, there are some that are unplayable without the game. These include (such as ),. The government type, however, is playable with The Republic expansion. In addition, all non- characters are unplayable without the purchase of the DLC that unlocks them, including, and various.Expansion packs NameRelease dateAccompanying PatchDescription26 June 20121.06This expansion pack allows the player to play as rulers. It also adds story events involving and Muslims.Legacy of Rome16 October 20121.07Legacy of Rome is focused around the, adding new events and game mechanics. It also adds the 'Retinue' mechanic allowing the player to maintain a standing army.Sunset Invasion15 November 20121.08The main feature of Sunset Invasion is the fictional invasion of more technologically advanced, from the late 13th century onwards to the end of the game alongside a new religion and culture unique to them.The Republic15 Jan 20131.09Makes naval-based merchant republics playable with their own unique play-style centering around wealth and elections.
It also adds a few new casus bellis and events concerning Republican politics and familial feuds.The Old Gods28 May 20131.10Adds a new start date and makes pagans playable with their own unique mechanics. Also unlocks new revolt mechanics and adventurer claimants.18 November 20132.0Gives further depth to the three; Christianity in particular, but has also added some content for Muslims, as well as the Jewish faith. Also adds Holy Orders for all faiths alongside new Events.Rajas of India25 March 20142.1Makes Hindu, Buddhist and Jain rulers playable. Expands the map as far east as Bengal.
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