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I got to wonder what traditions cultures will have? What traditions do you think Andalusian might have, or french or english and anglo-saxon.Here is the fourth Summer Teaser.
Once again, we get a handful of cultural traditions we will be able to pickwhen designing our own cultures. The ones in the teaser are:
It's actually pretty interesting to see these cultural tradition as they seem to build upon a lot of possibilities for the what we haven't been shown and the ones modders will be able to create.
- Charitable: The people of the culture are motivated to support the less fortunate. Makes Charitable and Compassionante more common traits, give a bonus to the use of the "send gift" interaction and makes it more commonly used by the AI, and gives a slight opinion boost. Of course, you also get a malus to income.
- Parochialism: In this culture, cities are particularly independent and competitive. It makes the constructions of cities and city buildings cheaper while allowing them to give more levies, tax and development. However, you get penalties to control and an opinion malus with Republican forms of governments.
- Ting-meet: Apparently something exclusive to Scandinavian cultures judging by the fact the text specificially mentions it. Basically, there is no central authority in that culture so to solve disputes and make decision, an assembly of peers (the Ting-meet) is called. It allows the use of the Scandinavian succession law and makes the Brave, Gregarious, Generous and Blademaster traits give popular opinion.
- Tribal Unity: The culture puts emphasis on communal and familial bonds, and thus on their common heritage. It essentially boosts families and dynasties: the Family Hierarch trait grants more prestige and levies, you've got more scheme power against House members, you gain or lose prestige depending on whether you grant or revoke title from House members, and there is an opinon bonus with House members but a malus with your liege.
- Warriors of the Dry: This culture masters fighting in dry climates. In terms of traits, you will find Desert warrior more commonly and other traits will grant you dry terrain bonuses. You can also recruit specifically dry terrain commanders. You also get a bonus to supply limit and levy size in deserts and drylands.
Really can't wait for Dev Diaries to know more and for Royal Court to get released!
yea, it screams northern Italian culture.The Parochialism tradition seems almost tailor-made for the in-game northern Italian culture.
Too bad republics aren't playable.
In Vanilla CK3 yes... I imagine we'll get our equivalent of CK2 The Republic DLC somewhere down the line though.Too bad republics aren't playable.
I'm also wondering what traditions the various culture will have but I'm pretty bad at guessing. And we've only been some of the traditions, not all of them.I got to wonder what traditions cultures will have? What traditions do you think Andalusian might have, or french or english and anglo-saxon.
I imagine republics will be added one day though I am curious to figure out how they might be implemented in ck3 in comparison to ck2.
In Vanilla CK3 yes... I imagine we'll get our equivalent of CK2 The Republic DLC somewhere down the line though.
Always a good time when your children don't end up looking like potatoes. Here's hoping my starting character's son and his sister wife can give him some grandkids that also avoid the cursed potato looks that pop up.