Imperator Rome – Dev Diary #2 – Province Density and Why One Start Date – Rome Video



published: 2018-06-04 21:30:01

Last time we discussed the vision for the game, this week it’s about province density and why 450 auc

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This video uses extensive amounts of Paradox Interactive’s footage

The full text can be found here; hhttps://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?threads/imperator-development-diary-2-4th-of-june-2018.1103329/

Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire from the University of Lund; http://dare.ht.lu.se

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  1. This map is looking extremely exciting. The possibilities are endless 😍

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  2. 2…….23 ? That looks so darn intimidating for the map in general, this ……. This is so big we could almost fit Napoleon 's ego in it

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  3. The only thing that bothers me for years at Paradox games is the fact that the biggest army usually wins. There are times in EU IV where I won with a 8k stack vs a 16k but those times are rare. I wish the made made tacticts more important in game. Like a army with 5 tactics would crush another with 1 even outnumbered 2 to 1.

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  4. If you make battles like in total war series it will be the bests strategy games ever

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  5. Johan made a statement that:

    "While hopefully make an INSANE amount of dlc for this project, adding a new startdate is not gonna happen ."

    So forget about Alexander the Great.

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  6. Didn't Sicily in specific make sense with that many provinces tho given how important and populous it is in that time period, so would it be a relatively bad example for scale bc of that as it would have a greater provide density? Or am I over thinking this?

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  7. So basically you have no clue if China will be involved.

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  8. Those are some really small provinces and there seems to be a lot of cities per province. I dare say It’ll be quite a feat to conquer Gaul, even for the great Julius Caesar.

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