Explora uno de los periodos decisivos de la historia en una experiencia creada por los maestros de la gran estrategia.
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21 de junio

Development Diary - The End of Days



Hello all, once again I am here to tell you about the horrors wonders of <Secret DLC>! Today the subject is our new narrative events. We have added two new chains of events, the first being the titular End of Days chain(s).

The concept behind the EoD events are that your people have become scared and uncertain and this has given rise to various doomsayers and general unrest. Possible results of this include:

  • The rise of a Prophet of Doom, who is convinced the world will end if he doesn’t overthrow your rule.
  • A general belief that the dead have returned to walk the earth and attack the living.
  • Panic based on a solar eclipse, which is surely the herald of the End Times.

These events are somewhat rare, and each possible doom has several ways to resolve it, for better or for worse, so we hope you will find them rather interesting should they appear.





The other chain we have added is The quest for Eternal Life. Much as I encouraged you to do in an earlier DD, characters in CK may find themselves contemplating their mortality, and as rulers of realms they have rather more resources available to them than you or I. The quest for Eternal Life is long, dangerous, and prone to failure, but when the possible reward is the ability to defy Death… well, you can see why people may undertake it anyway.



That’s all for now, next week I will go into detail about our new Maimed traits.

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31 de mayo

Development Diary #8 Life goes on



Hello again. Last week I told you about the horrors of the Plague and your inevitable death, but so you don’t fall into total despair I’ll tell you some steps you can take to delay giving the Reaper his due.


The first and most immediate defense against Epidemics is to go into Seclusion. This is somewhat similar to going into Hiding, but in this case you Seclude your entire court in your castle (or capital holding of your choice). Seclusion is a very effective way to stop disease getting into your castle… provided, of course, that you don’t bring in anyone who is already infected. While in Seclusion there are unique events which deal with such things as; interpersonal conflict or bonding, angry people outside who want in, food shortages, murder, and maybe even a little cannibalism. Only a little! Happy DD, happy DD…



Another, longer term defense is to build Hospitals. Hospitals are a new holding type, built in the same way as Trade posts or Forts. Their primary effect is to make the chance of an Epidemic breaking out or spreading to the province less likely. Hospitals can have several buildings built within them, which mostly serve to increase the Disease Defense level, but Leper Colonies can also lower revolt risk.


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Críticas

“...playing is winning, and there’s something quite satisfying about leading your house to power and glory through whatever means you can, for as long as you can.”
9,5/10 – Strategy Informer

“In short, Crusader Kings II is a majestic feudal sandbox, the greatest generator of hilarious medieval soap opera ever created and Paradox Interactive’s best title to date.”
90/100 – IncGamers

“It's perfectly possible to have made a few too many enemies, anger the Pope and find most of Europe out for your blood. That's really what makes the game so damn fun.”
9/10 – Destructoid

Acerca de este juego

La Edad Oscura puede estar llegando a su fin, pero Europa sigue agitada. Señorzuelos rivalizan con reyes acosados que luchan por ejercer el control sobre sus fragmentados reinos. El Papa llama a la Cruzada para proteger a la Cristiandad en Tierra Santa, al tiempo que se niega a renunciar al control sobre la investidura de los obispos y sobre sus riquezas. Son tiempos para la grandeza. Expande tu señorío y asegura el futuro de tu dinastía. Llena tus arcas, nombra vasallos, erradica a traidores y herejes, introduce leyes e interactúa con cientos de nobles, cada uno de ellos con sus propios planes.
Un buen señor siempre necesitará tener amigos que lo apoyen. Pero cuidado, ya que los más fieles vasallos pueden convertirse rápidamente en acérrimos rivales, y algunos podrían no ser tan dignos de confianza como parecen... Estate preparado e incrementa tu prestigio hasta que el mundo susurre tu nombre con admiración. ¿Tienes lo que hace falta para convertirte en un rey de las cruzadas?
Crusader Kings II explora uno de los periodos decisivos de la historia en una experiencia creada por los maestros del género de la gran estrategia. La Europa medieval vuelve a la vida en este épico juego de caballeros, planes y tronos...

Características principales:

  • Comienza el juego en cualquier punto entre 1066 y 1337, y juega hasta 1453
  • Escoge a un señor de la Cristiandad y asegura la supervivencia de su dinastía a medida que controlas a sus sucesivos descendientes a través de los años
  • Gana prestigio por cada uno de los sucesivos personajes que manejas, fomentando la gloria de tu dinastía
  • Expande tu domino feudal y evita su desmoronamiento
  • Desvela las tramas de tus cortesanos y vasallos, cada uno de ellos con sus propias opiniones y planes
  • Toma la cruz y combate al moro, al pagano y al hereje
  • Defiende ante los ataques de las hordas mongolas
  • Lucha con el Papa por el control sobre los obispos
  • Revive la Edad Media con hasta 32 jugadores en el modo de competición multijugador

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • SO: XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel® Pentium® IV a 2.4 GHz o AMD 3500+
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: nVidia® GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon® X1900 con 512 MB de VRAM
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX
    • Adicional: Ratón de 3 botones y teclado
    • SO: Mac OS X 10.6.8 o posterior
    • Procesador: Intel Core Duo a 2 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / nVidia GeForce 320 / nVidia GeForce
      9600 o superior
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: IntelR PentiumR IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard disk space: 2 Gb
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce
      > 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required.
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President Frank Underwood
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Publicado el 25 de junio
Imagine the Sims but set within a medieval time period with WAY more strategy (And no, not like that awful The Sims Medieval game). Pretty much sums up Crusader Kings. I have still yet to figure out many of this game's mechanics, and this definitely requires an extensive research and trial-and-error strategies. All in all, another wonderful game produced by Paradox.
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usmcfrog
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Love the details in Paradox Games
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Alcoholic Sloth
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Publicado el 25 de junio
11/10 Would get my sons wife pregnant again.
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Mumbles
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Publicado el 25 de junio
I keep running into game-breaking and save-corrupting bugs. I assume there's DLC for that. Done with it.
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CJPKingofMars
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Publicado el 25 de junio
Just look at the hours I've spent. CK2 has a steep learning curve, but once you master it, it will suck away all of your free time, but in a good way. It may have it's flaws, but I just keep coming back to it. I recommend it to anyone who's a fan of strategy games of any type.
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emmagar96
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Publicado el 25 de junio
un buen juego si quieres pasar horas frente a tu monitor, mil historias te puede contarel ck2
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The elder 85
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Publicado el 25 de junio
Step one of the game:- find a tutorial on youtube and sit through the 2 hours of videos explaining how to play and use the ui....

It is not an easy game and the ui is very difficult to navigate. The tutorial is pretty much non existant and your often left wondering what to do or how to achive your goal.

Saying all that once you know how to play the game is a lot of fun and you end up in some odd and crazy situations. If your playing this game prepare to play for the long game you will play though sevral genarations of the same family and at some point you will be screwed over. You will be murded and your brother will try to steal your crown.

The graphics are nothing amazing and it has a total war feel about it (with the exception of combat as this game does not have rts battlefield gameplay)

This game is full of funny moments and is better to play with freinds. I really did enjoy it although i really think the ui needs work and a lot of the game needs explaining.

It is another time sink, expect to lose sevral hours of your life to this game and feel like you didnt achieve very much

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ExplodingPigeon
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Publicado el 25 de junio
This is one of my favourite games that I play. It's build solid-ly (just made that word up to add some jazziness (made that one up too)) and I don't recall encountering a damaging bug at all, yes there are a few hiccups every now and then but nothing too bad. If you buy this game you're getting a lot more content than what the base game included at release. Each DLC release, 'stuff' is added to the base game like a few new features and extra stability.

Also, after you have familiarised yourself with the game and have conquered the world a few times (or more depending on how greedy you are :P), I would strongly recommend downloading the 'A Game of Thrones' mod. It is the best mod for this game (not available in the workshop as it is a fully fledged conversion mod).

A Game of Thrones Mod: http://www.moddb.com/mods/crusader-kings-2-a-game-of-thrones-ck2agot/downloads
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[ACT]BCES
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Publicado el 25 de junio
BUY THIS GAME. I HAVE HAD IT FOR A LONG TIME AND IT NEVER GETS OLD... if you love history and geography at all... +detail +accuracy +genius
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RexRj
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Publicado el 25 de junio
I made a in-game family while i lost all contact with my own irl
10/10
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Hamijos si quieren ser estafados por la nueva moda del DLC pillense este juego su pura sensualidad no tiene limites, es decir , el juego esta muy incompleto y los DLCs son el 70 porciento del juego asing que ya saben si queren pillarse este juego por 10 euros preparaos otros 10 o 20 mas, pero he de reconocer que ami megusta pese a ser un juego incompleto, yo solo aviso para que nadie se sienta timado.
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This used to be my favorite game ever. I have hundreds of hours logged into this game. I even loved crusader kings 1.

But Paradox has decided to let some no talent idiots take control of the Crusader Kings 2 project. Essentially they have repalced the main development team and the vision of the game has drastically changed. I have almost all the DLC's for this game and have spent quite a bit of money on it and NOW they start ruining it? Instead of giving us new things to conquer or new characters to interact with or new cool things to do they have decided just to make the old things harder and more annoying.

Between conclave and the proposed black death dlc the developers are severely limiting game play by injecting annoying, illogical and unrealistic events into the game. People already plotted to rebel and acquire power for themselves but conclave made it easier for them. There were already illnesses that caused quite a bit of devastation in the game so the new DLC is proposed to maximize that already annoying situation. What fun is that going to be?? Well let me tell you it will be about as fun as micromanaging all your vassals is in Conclave. Basically none. The UI and real time mode of game play severely limit micromanagement oppurtunities.

I am very unhappy with the direction crusader kings 2 is going with the dlc's and I will no longer be purchasing them. But even that doesn't stop the new jerk developers because they patch in idiotic things like broken retreat into the game whether you like it or not. I have quite a bit of money wrapped up in this game and the jerks have made it unplayable. The developers are so arrogant and foolish they don't even make their stupid new rules optional.

This is what happens when you don't allow negative feedback on your forums and fill it with bootlicking yes men. They pretty much ban anybody who makes the slightest criticisms of their games on their forums. Don't believe me go and see. Screw you paradox. No more money for you.
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I never played this game before. I bought it on a sale with a hole bunch of what looked like a millian DLCs and had it sitting in my library for quite some time. At some point I decided to pick it up and give it a try.

Since I like playing the underdogs I decided I'd try to create a Buddhist World Empire. So I picked some random Buddhist dude on the top right corner of the map, designed a nice flag for him, browsed briefly thru the hair styles and gave him some nice sounding name. And there I was, a new Buddhist Lord in the year of 769.

Boy was i confused. So damn much was going on and I didn't understand half of it. I soon found out that I had picked a guy who was the vassal of some other Buddhist lord. It took me about 30 years, but within my first character I was able to marry my lords daughter. My first character did nothing more then that, he just waited until he finally died so his son could take over.

After that it was a ever so slowly progression. The more I learned how to play, the better it was. Slowly and steady I extended my new Buddhist Empire, taking over county by county, then losing half of them again to my brother the moment a transition from one leader to his son happened. Rinse and repeat. The bigger I grew, the more I understood the importance of keeping my vassals happy. I tried to adopt. A few times I had to reload because my empire had been torn apart by revolution. It took me about 200 years, until 800 something, until I felt ready to extend to the north. So I slowly took over the Tengri region above me. This worked out fine. I spend some time mixing up the bloodlines, dealing with revolts and stuff, until I finally had something of an stable empire. Now the only way to grow was to the west, into the Arabian empires. I had to reload some times and figure out the best time and approach. I seeded revolutions over there and struck just when they where hit hard by multiple regions braking into independence. This went on for a couple of years, slowly extending county for country into Muslim area. Each time I had conquered a country I did my best to convince the leader to convert to Buddhism, eventually, and very forcefully, spreading the word of the Buddha to the west.

By this time I felt pretty confident that I could extend all the way to the Indian regions, where some bits and peaces of Buddhism where still existing. My dream of a big Buddhist World Empire was closer then ever.

Boy was I wrong.

In the year 1220 a huge army of Mongolian forces arrived and stood all of the sudden right in the power center of my empire. I was, at that time, able to round up a total of almost 11.000 men, a number I had seen increasing over the past 100 years and was incredibly proud of. The Mongols landed with something around between 50.000 and 70.000 men. I gave up fighting withing the first year.

I was thrown into prison and most of my direct holdings where taken from me. My Buddhist Empire that I had been so fond of was forcefully integrated into the much larger Mongolian Empire. After some years I was demanded to change my religion to Hindu, which I did with great reluctance. Struggling to survive I tried to marry myself or one of my hires into the Mongolian Empire, but since they where Hindus alone the “Not the same caste” message killed me of. Nether the less I managed to keep my bloodline alive and seed some of them into the Mongolian Empire. I took some of my titles back and could at the very least keep my little Buddhist Kingdom, even thou the Tengri Part was lost for good, since the Khagan himself had inherited that title . I did some attempts of murder, but had no backers and mostly just ended up begin “politely” asked to drop it. I even tried to reclaim the title by force, when I saw a huge stack of 80.000 armies pass thou my land and into India, figuring I might have the time to win this war before they could reach me. I was wrong. So I ended the game as I had started it: a pitiful, meaningless nobody in some little remote state, that had given up his believe and lost every bit of his power to a greater leader.

I bow before you, game. I enjoyed every single hour of this almost 60 hour game. I regret nothing. Next time I have so much more I know, I might even not fail as bad. Or even more – who knows. Next I' ll try to conquer the world with some Afrikan Empire...
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In what other game can you seduce and marry your sister to aquire the rights of both Norway and England, and then hire an assassin to kill her with lots and lots of dung?

In what other game can you sleep with a rival king's daughters and kill any suitors that meet their fancy, to ensure that your future generations get the rights to your kingdoms, and your rival's?

In what other game can you sex your way to total domination?

69/10. Would dominate europe by lots of sexing again.
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Kill your brothers! Kill you sisters! Kill you mother!

Imprison, behead, castrate, poke eyes off, plot, plot and plot!

Kill everyone you hate!

Make you medieval kingdom paved in blood!

For the DlCs I can only recommend Old Gods, there are other good DLCs, but I only play pagans and vikings.

There is a Game of Thrones mod, so you can do all the above in Westeros!

Totally recommend :D
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This is probably one of my favorite games of all time, but Paradox has gone mad with DLCs, content packs, and basically just any way to get money out of the consumer that doesn't require improving the actual game itself.

It's like painting over a wall with a giant gaping hole in it.
Oh, and you're paying for the paint.
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Some people bad-mouth this game saying the dlc costs too much or that they should fix this and that before adding in more. But for me a game that 150 euro (or 250 if you buy the dlc later) it been worth it, why, becuse Crusader kings 2 has given me over 1k hours (So far). That's a lot. You'd had to play more than 40 days straight non stop to catch up with that. For me crusader kings is more than a game it's a hobby. Some people spend just as much money (or more) and hours to fix a car for example. In the end it's up to you if you feel like investing time and money into it.
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Worth it if you have the patience in your heart and the evil in your mind.
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I banned pants and was killed by my inbred son

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Had a loyal Danish Count in my lands (my friend)
who later on refused the Duke's request for financial aid
I proceed to imprison this unloyal man, for the greater of the realm
A revolt begins in the count and all hell had been broke lose
I manage to imprison the count after I had ended the revolt with violence
I proceed to execute the filfth and succesfully rid him off the realm
His heir full with revenge, proceeds to kidnap me and then execute me with no mercy at all
Then my heir tries to imprison him and he flees with his army like a little ♥♥♥♥
He then imprisons my siblings, and kill my heir.
He slayed my bloodline
and this was all part of the plan, Knut the Fat had made.
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