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The Sword of Islam is the first major expansion for CKII. With it came the second major content update, [[1.06]]. The update itself contained many of the features closely related to SoI, such as Muslim [[Decadence]] and [[polygamy]].
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| logo= Sword of Islam banner.jpg
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| patch= 1.06
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| date= 2012-06-26
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It was released on June 26, 2012. The launch price was $9.99.
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'''Sword of Islam''' (SoI) is the first [[Downloadable content#Expansions|expansion]] for [[Crusader Kings II]]. It was released on June 26, 2012 alongside [[patch 1.06]].
  
== Additions of Expansion ==
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==DLC features==
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The expansion makes non-nomadic [[Muslims]] playable and adds a new interface skin when playing as one. AI Muslims use the mechanics even without it.
  
The DLC part of the expansion merely unlocks the ability to play as Muslims; all the content was contained in the 1.06 patch.
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==Patch features==
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Muslims now have their own features instead of functioning identically to Christians. Unique features for Muslims include:
  
Previously, you could play as Muslims through [[education]] or [[console commands]], but they played almost identical to Christians.  
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*Dynastic [[Decadence]] is increased by dynasty members with the {{iconify|Decadent}} trait. Decadence inflicts penalties to income and troops, and eventually results in a massive uprising.
  
In the expansion, many new features were added to make Muslims more unique and fun.  
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*With Iqta [[government]], Muslims are locked to Agnatic [[Open]] succession, in which a Muslim's most powerful son will be his heir. In addition, Muslims are unable to change [[succession]] and gender laws, with other laws costing Piety to change.
  
* [[Decadence]] - This increases as you have more unlanded males in your family. High decadence leads to big problems for your nation, such as Tribal Invasions and weaker [[levies]].
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*Muslims practice [[polygamy]] and may have up to four wives. A Muslim is expected to have a number of wives dependent on his rank. This results in Muslims having many children.
  
* [[Polygamy]] - Muslims may have up to four wives, one extra wife per level of title, starting at the count level, and capped at the king level. Having less than the maximum results in a monthly [[prestige]] drop.  
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*Muslim [[Casus Belli#Muslim|CB]]s give them a very aggressive playstyle.
  
* New [[CB]]s. All non-Christians can conquer a single province at the cost of piety. In addition, Muslims are capable of declaring war on any Muslims not of their exact branch of Islam.
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*100+ new Muslim specific [[events]], such as problems in the Harem, Shia vs Sunni tensions and making the [[Hajj]]
  
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*A map extension into Mali with some new counties and titles
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== Dev diaries ==
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{{main|Developer diaries}}
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{{#lsth:Developer diaries|Sword of Islam}}
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== Interesting characters to play ==
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| [[wikipedia:Al-Mustansir Billah|Al-Mustansir Billah]] || Al-Mustansir Billah, the eight caliph of the Fatimid Caliphate, ruled for 60 years, making him the longest-reigning Muslim ruler. Despite the length of his rule, he had limited power restricted to only one region. Al-Mustansir Billah succeeded his father when he was only eight months. || High Middle Ages, 1066 AD || Egypt
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| [[wikipedia:Orhan|Sultan Orhan Ottoman]] || Orhan Gazi was the second bey of the Ottoman Sultanate. The name of the dynasty comes from Osman I, Orhan's father, while the realm he inherited was only a small principality during Osman's lifetime, transformed into a world empire in the centuries after his death. || Late Middle Ages, 1337 AD || Ottoman Turks
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| [[wikipedia:Suleiman ibn Qutulmish|Sultan Suleyman of Rum]] || Suleyman founded an independent Seljuq Turkish state in Anatolia and ruled as Seljuq Sultan of Rum. His father had struggled against Alp Arslan for the throne of Great Seljuq Empire. Suleyman fled with his three brothers after his father died, but only he alone survived the raids launched by Alp Arslan. || The Alexiad, 1081 AD || Rum
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| [[wikipedia:Saladin|Sultan Saladin]] || Saladin, by order of his lord, was sent to Fatimid Egypt in 1164. In 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin, a Sunni Muslim, as his vizier in the Isma'ili Shia caliphate. Saladin began to undermine the establishment, and when al-Adid died, he abolished the Fatimid Caliphate. || The Third Crusade, 1187 AD || Egypt
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Latest revision as of 16:20, 18 October 2019

Dlc icon sword of islam.png Sword of Islam
Sword of Islam banner.jpg
Type
Release date / Patch
2012-06-26 / 1.06

Store: Expansion
Store: Music pack
Crusader Kings II: Sword of Islam expansion feature spotlight.

Sword of Islam (SoI) is the first expansion for Crusader Kings II. It was released on June 26, 2012 alongside patch 1.06.

DLC features[edit]

The expansion makes non-nomadic Muslims playable and adds a new interface skin when playing as one. AI Muslims use the mechanics even without it.

Patch features[edit]

Muslims now have their own features instead of functioning identically to Christians. Unique features for Muslims include:

  • Dynastic Decadence is increased by dynasty members with the Decadent trait. Decadence inflicts penalties to income and troops, and eventually results in a massive uprising.
  • With Iqta government, Muslims are locked to Agnatic Open succession, in which a Muslim's most powerful son will be his heir. In addition, Muslims are unable to change succession and gender laws, with other laws costing Piety to change.
  • Muslims practice polygamy and may have up to four wives. A Muslim is expected to have a number of wives dependent on his rank. This results in Muslims having many children.
  • Muslim CBs give them a very aggressive playstyle.
  • 100+ new Muslim specific events, such as problems in the Harem, Shia vs Sunni tensions and making the Hajj
  • A map extension into Mali with some new counties and titles

Dev diaries[edit]

Main article: Developer diaries

All developer diaries about the Sword of Islam expansion and patch 1.06.

No. Title and Link Description Date
1 GUI Changes Covers the major mechanics of Sword of Islam, as well as the 1.06 patch. 2012-06-01
2 Polygamy, Succession and Decadence Covers decadence, open succession law, and polygamy. Also changes to claims, plots, and event windows. 2012-06-08
3 Muslim Mechanics and Patch content Covers Muslim mechanics and 1.06 changes. 2012-06-15
4 Midsummer's Eve A short Sword of Islam AAR by one of the Paradox devs (Doomdark himself). 2012-06-22


Interesting characters to play[edit]

Name Description Date Title
Al-Mustansir Billah Al-Mustansir Billah, the eight caliph of the Fatimid Caliphate, ruled for 60 years, making him the longest-reigning Muslim ruler. Despite the length of his rule, he had limited power restricted to only one region. Al-Mustansir Billah succeeded his father when he was only eight months. High Middle Ages, 1066 AD Egypt
Sultan Orhan Ottoman Orhan Gazi was the second bey of the Ottoman Sultanate. The name of the dynasty comes from Osman I, Orhan's father, while the realm he inherited was only a small principality during Osman's lifetime, transformed into a world empire in the centuries after his death. Late Middle Ages, 1337 AD Ottoman Turks
Sultan Suleyman of Rum Suleyman founded an independent Seljuq Turkish state in Anatolia and ruled as Seljuq Sultan of Rum. His father had struggled against Alp Arslan for the throne of Great Seljuq Empire. Suleyman fled with his three brothers after his father died, but only he alone survived the raids launched by Alp Arslan. The Alexiad, 1081 AD Rum
Sultan Saladin Saladin, by order of his lord, was sent to Fatimid Egypt in 1164. In 1169, al-Adid appointed Saladin, a Sunni Muslim, as his vizier in the Isma'ili Shia caliphate. Saladin began to undermine the establishment, and when al-Adid died, he abolished the Fatimid Caliphate. The Third Crusade, 1187 AD Egypt

References[edit]


1.02b - 1.05g
1.02b1.03b1.041.04c1.051.05b1.05c1.05d1.05e1.05f1.05g
1.06 - 1.111
1.061.06b 1.071.07b1.081.091.0911.0921.101.1011.1021.103b1.111.111
2.0
2.02.0.12.0.22.0.32.0.4
2.1 & 2.2
2.12.1.22.1.32.1.42.1.52.1.62.22.2.1
2.3
2.32.3.12.3.22.3.32.3.42.3.52.3.6
2.4
2.42.4.12.4.22.4.32.4.42.4.5
2.5 & 2.6
2.52.5.12.5.22.6.12.6.22.6.3
2.7
2.72.7.0.12.7.0.22.7.12.7.2
2.8