There is a mod that makes it easy to sign trade agreements. The problem is that it produces a snowball effect for diplomacy. You will receive a bonus for signing contracts, which will allow you to sign higher-level contracts. Very soon you will have a military alliance with half the world in Turn 20, I mean, not to become political, but a lot of people were against trade deals lately. I have the feeling that trade agreements are supposed to represent formal treaties and not traders who act by chance. These were much harder to obtain. Political groups start with certain restrictions for three types of citizen technologies they can explore. Capitals are also home to larger religious centers, and famous cathedrals can be built in the corresponding cities, giving glory to your leader. Your leader gains qualities such as „passionate“ or attributes such as ardor, better inspiring performance from supporters or armies.
It`s getting really stupid. As an Empire, no one wants to act with me. When you look at the history of the world, everyone has acted with anyone, sometimes even during the war! The Crusaders sold saracens, Germans with Soviets, the United States sold grain to USRR in the middle of the Cold War! But in Warhammer Total War, I can besiege the last city of an enemy faction, and as soon as they beg for peace, I ask them one thing. I tell them – I will spare your city, I will withdraw my armies from your country, I will even pay you 5000 crowns of gold, all I ask is to exchange the few clay pots you have there. Does it happen 100 times out of 100? „NO! We`d rather die! We`d rather perish and lose everything than sell you some stuff, begone! I mean, it`s something from Monty Python *** right there. I think diplomacy in war series is usually horrible, especially compared to titles like Endless Legend, Gallactic Civilizations or Crusader Kings. But that`s lazy programming. I know there are mods to fix it, but shouldn`t it be remedied by the developer? Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia is released on April 19. Creative Assembly will be on stage at PC Gamer Weekender on February 17 at 2:30 p.m. to discuss the game`s new features. Unlike Total War games, which can span huge eras, Total War Saga will explore important hotspots in different places and at different times in history, James Given, Community Manager for Total War, said in an interview.
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