Dieses Produkt benötigt zum Spielen die Steam-Version des Hauptspiels Crusader Kings II.

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Veröffentlichung: 16. Okt. 2012

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Über dieses Produkt

Die zweite Erweiterung des hochgelobten Strategie-RPG 'Crusader Kings II' konzentriert sich auf das byzantinische Reich. In der stark politischen Welt von Byzanz schmieden die Vasallen Intrigen. Sie haben sich in verschiedene Fraktionen verteilt und verbünden sich, um sich gegen Ihre Herrschaft aufzulehnen.

'Legacy of Rome' enthält viele Neuerungen, um sie zu überlisten und Ihr Reich instand zu halten. Die letzten Atemzüge des römischen Reiches liegen in Ihren Händen!

'Crusader Kings II' erkundet einen der wichtigsten Momente der Weltgeschichte in einem Erlebnis geschaffen von Paradox Development Studio, den Meistern der großen Strategie. Das mittelalterliche Europa wurde durch dieses Spiel voller Ritter, Intrigen und Throne zum Leben erweckt.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Erkunden Sie das komplexe Fraktionssystem: Treten Sie einer Fraktion bei, um Ihren Fürsten unter Druck zu setzen und verfolgen Sie die Fraktionen in Ihrem eigenen Reich.
  • Erschaffen Sie stehende Heere: Es ist nun möglich Gefolgsleute zu benutzen, um ein stehendes Heer im eigenen Gebiet zu haben. Die Größe wird durch die Technologie bestimmt
  • Erleben Sie Fraktionsaufstände: Keine leicht zu vernichtenden Rebellen mehr. Verärgerte Vasallen schließen sich zu einem Aufstand gegen Ihre Herrschaft zusammen
  • Ernennen Sie orthodoxe Patriarche: Orthodoxe Königreiche können nun ihre eigenen Oberhäupter einer Religion wählen, anstatt von dem Patriarchen von Konstantinopel abhängig zu sein
  • Vereinfachte Inanspruchnahme: Sie erhöhen nun die Steuer Ihres direkt unterstehenden Vasallen; ohne sich um die Meinung der niederen Vasallen kümmern zu müssen
  • Fokus auf Anführer: Überlegen Sie gut, wen Sie als General wählen, ihre Eigenschaften & Fertigkeiten sind auf dem Schlachtfeld lebenswichtig. Mehr Kommandanten-Eigenschaften stehen nun zur Verfügung, damit die Wahl der Anführer noch wichtiger wird
  • Erkunden Sie byzantinische Ereignisse und Entscheidungen: 'Legacy of Rome' beinhaltet viele spezielle Ereignisse und Entscheidungen, um das byzantinische Reich lebendig zu machen
  • Verbessern Sie Ihren Herrscher: Sie können nun aktiv danach streben, Ihre Fertigkeiten oder Eigenschaften durch Selbstverbesserungsziele zu verbessern

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900 video card, 512Mb graphics memory required
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:3-button mouse, keyboard, speakers, Internet connection for multiplayer, resolution at least 1024 x 768, Requires the base game Crusader Kings II

    Recommended:

    • Additional:3-button mouse, keyboard, speakers, Internet connection for multiplayer, resolution at least 1024 x 768, Requires the base game Crusader Kings II

    Minimum:

    • OS:Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce 9600 or higher
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:3-button mouse, keyboard, speakers, Internet connection for multiplayer, resolution at least 1024 x 768, Requires the base game Crusader Kings II

    Recommended:

    • Additional:3-button mouse, keyboard, speakers, Internet connection for multiplayer, resolution at least 1024 x 768, Requires the base game Crusader Kings II
    • 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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David Brent.exe
Verfasst: 7. Mai
probably one of the best dlcs for this game
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paynetcu
Verfasst: 15. April
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Sevaan
Verfasst: 26. März
A must-have addition to the game if you want to have a really cool roleplaying experience.
Go on, restore the Roman Empire in all its glory and might and found a new dynasty of Emperors that the world will never forget!

Sounds too easy considering how strong the Byzantine Empire is at the start of the game?

No problem! Go start as a small Italian count, give your dynasty the name of a Roman family and give all your children Latin names, only. Then start becoming independent, build the Kingdom of Latium, then swear fealty to the Byzantine Empire only to disintegrate it from the inside. Crown yourself the new Emperor and then push through with your claims on the world as well as anything and anyone wandering it... *salivating intensely*

What? No, I don't have a mad look in my eyes. No, I do not require psychatric evaluation...
Go fetch me some claims I can push...
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
JCourtney
Verfasst: 17. März
10/10

Worth.
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untugendbold
Verfasst: 15. Februar
A few words about the retinue feature, which is in my opinon the biggest selling point of this dlc.

Retinues are somewhat expensive to raise and to maintain, but the advantages (strategy and fun) outweigh the costs by far.

- You can declare war even with an army (Retinues) raised.
- The retinues are calculated into your total army size, preventing factions to reach critical mass.
- They can be stationed at any hotspot you want to have control over (e.g. religous unrests) before anything bad happens.
- They are equipped with the most advance tech you got.
- When fighting breaks out, their morale was already charged before.

You can also see the strategic layer it adds to the game. Economy and military wise. Just think about how you can prepare for an invasion. Deploying your troops at the border, declaring war, invading the county. You start sieging with your retinues on day 1, and secure a foothold/beachhead before the enemy can react and soon your other troops arrive, probably win a batte (even a war). Its your elite. Its your shock troop. Costly, but always prepared, ready and truly badass.

They are made out of what you select them to be. Need super fast and strong troops to kill or scare off raiders? Make them cavalry. Need a hard hitting troop to turn the tide of battle? Make them heavy infantry. You need the numbers to maintain order in your realm? Make them cheap light units. And in battle you put them on the flank which suits them best. E.g. a general who boosts cavalry and cut through the opposing flank.

You can raise them in peace time at full speed or, when the economy wears you down, you can raise them slowly at reduced costs or even halt the reinforcement completely.

I love retinues. And i wouldnt even care if they were taken out from the LOR dlc i paid for and implemented in the main game so the mechanic could be enjoyed by everybody and it could be further expanded on. Its an awesome feature.

In my humble opinion its the best feature any dlc added to the game. This is not a fluff thing. For my game its absolutely mandatory.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
The ClubberFuck
Verfasst: 8. Februar
Great addition for Byzantine empire and it adds alot of good music too!
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Soto928
Verfasst: 5. Januar
So many Byzantine events, so little time. Born in the Purple and Augustus traits together allows for some powerful rulers.
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INSANITY
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2015
IMPERIUM ROMANUM GLORY TO ROME !!
NOTE:FOR ROMAN LEGIONS ONLY :)
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That Britannia
Verfasst: 27. November 2015
Adveniat Regnum Tuum, you barbarian scum!
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Zwedistans Finest
Verfasst: 23. November 2015
It is good. Play as Byzantium. Castrate people. Blind 'em to. Reform Rome. Unite Christianity. Have a standing army. They should have included this in the real game instead of just spamming out frucking DLC. Buy it if you like Crusader Kings II
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62 von 66 Personen (94 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 21. Juli 2013
Unlike Sword of Islam, Legacy of Rome adds a bit more than just some enhancements to a cultural group (in this case, the Byzantines and Orthodox countries). As it had better, since those countries were playable in the vanilla game, though most of the "new features" listed below were patched into the vanilla game as well. So is it worth it? Ehh... that depends on how much you care about playing characters from these areas. Though this DLC does add some... interesting new options for cruel characters who have some people in their jail. Dig through my screenshots and you will find one that shows this off. "He had it coming." ;)
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Verfasst: 26. Februar 2015
As Byzantian Basileus i was proud for my achievements.The Empire is wealth,people are happy,even my neightbors like me.Everything was perfect until...
My brother made a party to throw me out.After failed persuasion he declared war.Land was divided,everything what i built in flames and people killing eachother for his ambitions but then fortune smiled on me and i captured him.
As punishment for his crimes i blinded him.Four months later he died and his only son declared another war against me.
I hated that little b@stard from the beginning and this revolt was even bloodier.Guess who laughed last when i chopped his balls off?

10/10 would castrate ungrateful nephew again
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35 von 38 Personen (92 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 12. Juli 2015
There are two reasons to buy this expansion:

One is what it says on the tin: You can play as Byzantium and other Orthodox Christians like Russia, and restore Rome in a special event.

The other, however, is critical to any playthrough of CK2, and that is that you have access to retinues. Retinues seriously change the game's balance of power in favor of large empires, and if you have any designs upon a conquest of Europe, you're going to need their power.

Retinues are theoretically "standing armies", but in play, they are like mercenaries that cost no upkeep except when replacing losses. Although they are less numerous than levies, with proper stack construction, they are capable of beating levies triple their number and fully exploiting the dodgy rock-paper-scissors mechanics of the game.

Basically, once you get to empire-tier realm size, you functionally never have to raise your levies again except to take on another superpower.

Since you do not need to dismiss them before declaring war, you can declare a conquest or holy war on a small duke-tier realm while actually already having your army assembled and halfway marching across the border, already. This allows you a first strike capability that gives your side significant advantages. If you build an archer-heavy retinue, you can also sack castles instead of sieging them, allowing you to win small wars in weeks, rather than years. Win wars without even bothering raising your levies! Let your opponents call up their reinforcements - you'll have already won the war while they get their armies to slowly pool together before they start even trying to march towards you! In fact, with retinues in an empire, I often spend much of my time looking for any random target I can even attack while waiting out treaty timers, rather than worrying about how I will maintain my powerbase.

This is even more exploitable with pagans or other raiders - sacking with a retinue of raiders nets you lots of cash fast (although you pay back a lot of it retraining new troops lost sacking) while a smaller force can come in and conquer the sacked and pillaged lands in a war right after the raiders sweep through.

In total, there's a reason retinues were MASSIVELY nerfed in this game, as retinues completely reverse the trend of making it difficult to keep large empires together, and make large empires extremely simple to expand. Even if you face civil war, having potent retinues are game-changingly powerful. Using retinues makes empires MUCH easier, and in fact, basically TOO easy. That said, once you get hooked on them, you can't ever go back to mere levies again.
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31 von 33 Personen (94 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 3. Oktober 2014
A must-have if you like playing the Byzantines. Has a bunch of great Byzantine decisions and events, plus you get to castrate and blind your enemies. This being CK2, it doesn't limit your savagery - you can blind infants, and lop off baby boys' little weenies if that strikes your fancy (though the game does call you out for being a "real piece of work"). Even if you don't play the Byzantines, it's worth it for just the retinues - they do dilute the feudal aspect of the game somewhat, but it's a great way to make your battles more interesting than "throw the biggest amount of troops at enemy".

One of the essential CK2 DLCs, in my opinion.
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45 von 61 Personen (74 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
54 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 18. Dezember 2014
spoilers

>be emperor in Constantiople
>midget comes to my court
>tells me to join green team chariot racers
>I am now a chariot racer
>midget tells me im going to win the race
>lose 2 races
>so angry
>day of 3rd race
>turn chariot into a tank
>gonna win or else
>chase down the midget that started this
>jump out, bash his head with a mace
>hippodrome is burning down
>3000 rebel stack on my capital
>still lost the race

10/10 too much fun
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11 von 11 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 15. Februar
A few words about the retinue feature, which is in my opinon the biggest selling point of this dlc.

Retinues are somewhat expensive to raise and to maintain, but the advantages (strategy and fun) outweigh the costs by far.

- You can declare war even with an army (Retinues) raised.
- The retinues are calculated into your total army size, preventing factions to reach critical mass.
- They can be stationed at any hotspot you want to have control over (e.g. religous unrests) before anything bad happens.
- They are equipped with the most advance tech you got.
- When fighting breaks out, their morale was already charged before.

You can also see the strategic layer it adds to the game. Economy and military wise. Just think about how you can prepare for an invasion. Deploying your troops at the border, declaring war, invading the county. You start sieging with your retinues on day 1, and secure a foothold/beachhead before the enemy can react and soon your other troops arrive, probably win a batte (even a war). Its your elite. Its your shock troop. Costly, but always prepared, ready and truly badass.

They are made out of what you select them to be. Need super fast and strong troops to kill or scare off raiders? Make them cavalry. Need a hard hitting troop to turn the tide of battle? Make them heavy infantry. You need the numbers to maintain order in your realm? Make them cheap light units. And in battle you put them on the flank which suits them best. E.g. a general who boosts cavalry and cut through the opposing flank.

You can raise them in peace time at full speed or, when the economy wears you down, you can raise them slowly at reduced costs or even halt the reinforcement completely.

I love retinues. And i wouldnt even care if they were taken out from the LOR dlc i paid for and implemented in the main game so the mechanic could be enjoyed by everybody and it could be further expanded on. Its an awesome feature.

In my humble opinion its the best feature any dlc added to the game. This is not a fluff thing. For my game its absolutely mandatory.
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8 von 9 Personen (89 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 5. Oktober 2014
If you own CK2 you must buy this DLC.
Retinues, bonus to playing Byzantium, ambitions that grow your stats to minimum of 8. (try ruling witha 0 dip/0 steward ruler)
Without factions rebellions are a joke
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Verfasst: 27. November 2015
Adveniat Regnum Tuum, you barbarian scum!
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Verfasst: 26. März
A must-have addition to the game if you want to have a really cool roleplaying experience.
Go on, restore the Roman Empire in all its glory and might and found a new dynasty of Emperors that the world will never forget!

Sounds too easy considering how strong the Byzantine Empire is at the start of the game?

No problem! Go start as a small Italian count, give your dynasty the name of a Roman family and give all your children Latin names, only. Then start becoming independent, build the Kingdom of Latium, then swear fealty to the Byzantine Empire only to disintegrate it from the inside. Crown yourself the new Emperor and then push through with your claims on the world as well as anything and anyone wandering it... *salivating intensely*

What? No, I don't have a mad look in my eyes. No, I do not require psychatric evaluation...
Go fetch me some claims I can push...
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6 von 7 Personen (86 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 2. Januar 2015
An extremely fun DLC. One of the must-have DLCs of CK2 in my opinion. It's especially fun if you enjoy the 1066 or Alexiad Byzantine start.
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