Guardians with Conclave
- No, the analysis is specific to the non-Conclave education system. For Conclave education, the new childhood traits make different guardians better for different children. Jruderman (talk) 06:18, 13 December 2016 (CET)
Your talk page is remarkably quiet for how much you've done. I guess that's because all your edits are perfect. :>
- It was unreliable in earlier versions, but now it seems like it pretty much always happens. Unless it's prohibited by being at war with each other, I guess. In fact you can hold off sending your marriage proposal in order to get the +5 opinion from accepting theirs!
Distribution of power
Why did you edit out my part? It works as described.
- I liked your suggestion to arrest vassals, and reworded it to fit better in the section. Your suggestion to use the Realm Tree to find priority targets is also sound, but I removed it because it didn't fit where it was (within the list of ways to deal with specific troublesome vassals). Instead, it could go at the beginning or end of the "prevent vassals from joining factions" section. Jruderman (talk) 14:12, 4 March 2018 (CET)
I think at least some of your changes in that entry are not for the better and partially wrong. First of all, Italy IS de jure Italia, so are Sardinia-Corsica, Romagna, Venice. Also I don't think you have to be king of all those kingdoms to form Italia. The entry which just said Sicily should be correct as it just lists additional requirements. --RedsimonDE (talk) 22:13, 2 December 2018 (CET)
- The requirement changed in patch 3.0. For example, at the 1337 start, Trinacria is required instead of Sicily. At earlier bookmarks, the change isn't visible in the tooltip because the condition is written using
conditional_tooltip, only listing the kingdoms that are non-titular and not de jure Italia.
conditional_tooltipis a double-edged sword, clarifying the current requirements but hiding information that might be important in other runs or even later in the same game. Based on your comment, I made another edit in an attempt to clarify. I'm finding it hard to explain the full condition in concise prose, perhaps for the same reason the developers chose to use
conditional_tooltip. I'm open to suggestions on how to describe the conditions and effects (the same kingdoms are assimilated if they are non-titular). Jruderman (talk) 02:20, 3 December 2018 (CET)
What happened to that event you referenced 3.0but weren't really clear if it was removed or just balanced updated
- I assume this is in reference to https://ck2.paradoxwikis.com/index.php?title=Economy&diff=34218&oldid=32316. There were several balance changes in patch 3.0 that nerfed the old trick. First, the Bishop of Cluny will no longer get donations if he's a pope or antipope. Second, even a vassal pope can now reject requests for money. Third, requesting money from the pope now seems to require much more piety, though I'm not sure how the piety cost is computed. Fourth, only count+ vassals can be made antipope, making it more dangerous to upset your pope with repeated requests for money. Jruderman (talk) 23:55, 12 January 2019 (CET)