Nice work copy-editing all these articles, and even adding new strategies ! Don't hesitate to flag the page as up-to-date via the Template:version, if you have the feeling it's accurate. -Romulien (talk) 23:05, 15 January 2016 (CET)
- Thanks. The main reason why I do not touch the template is because I'm almost exclusively playing with HIP, and so I'm not sure if the changes are due to HIP or changes in vanilla itself. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Yezhanquan (Talk) 23:25, 15 January 2016 (CET)
Hi Yezhanquan, you're making some really nice edits and adding new information related to Jade Dragon. As Romulien said above you can adjust the Version and SVersion templates if you feel everything is valid. If you have any queries feel free to let me know. Thanks, Dauth (talk) 12:46, 16 December 2017 (CET)
Hi, I noticed you are making some wiki changes recently so I am messaging you. I am new player so maybe I am wrong, but I noticed few inconsistencies in this wiki. I was reading about Realm Peace, and there is some conflicting information about it.
Realm peace main page doesn't specifically state if realm peace forces all vassals to end (and prevent new) only internal or also external wars. And It says that all wars "end with white peace (NOT inconclusively!)."
Realm laws - Vassal wars page states in the table rows for "Allowed" and "External" that enforced Realm Peace prevents internal and external wars.
Casus Belli - War ended inconclusively page states in [War Name] ended inconclusively (Realm Peace is enforced in the realm) that war ends inconclusively and mentions only inside wars.
I assume that Realm Peace behavior was changed during different patches a bit, but I am a noob at CK2 and I don't know, and I haven't tested it in the game yet.
I'm not sure how many people read the article talk pages, and you were really active on the Zoroastrianism page, so I hope you don't mind if I ask you for help on your talkpage. The article on Zoroastrianism mentions that the Sadah festival can be repeated every 5 years, yet from experience I know that this isn't true. After I fired off the festival from the decisions, my character receives the permanent flag planning_sadah_feast which prevents him from starting another festival during his lifetime. Is this how it is supposed to work and the wiki page is wrong, or is this some kind of bug where the devs forgot to clear this flag after the event concludes? --Volphied (talk) 19:14, 23 February 2018 (CET)