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Rise up from the ashes of turmoil and anarchy to rule over a land fragmented into petty fiefs. Now is the time to take control. Now is the time for greatness.

Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India is the sixth expansion for the critically praised strategy/RPG Crusader Kings II and will focus on Eastern Persia and India. The expansion Rajas of India extends the map to the east, including the entire Indian subcontinent, and allows you to play as a Hindu, Buddhist or Jain ruler. Can you defend Dharma against foreign invaders and bring order to the subcontinent?

Crusader Kings II explores one of the defining periods in world history in an experience crafted by the masters of Strategy where medieval times is brought to life in this epic game of knights, schemes, and thrones...

Main features:

  • Rajas of India features twice the landmass of the base game.
  • Play as an Indian ruler. Start a new and quite different type of game by playing as an Indian raja in 867 (if you have The Old Gods expansion) or at any point between 1066 to 1337 AD.
  • Three new Unique Religions. Choose between the Buddhist, Jain and Hindu beliefs for different benefits.
  • Caste System.
  • Experience Indian Events & Decisions.
  • Elephants and Jungles.
  • Hundreds of new Provinces including Central Asia and large parts of Siberia too.
  • New Interface Skin.
  • Indian characters get a unique set of facial profiles and clothes.
  • Steam MP Matchmaking and Steam Workshop: These features are brought over from Europa Universalis IV into Crusader Kings II, together with Borderless Windowed mode in the patch together with the release of the expansion.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Processeur : Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz ou AMD 3500+
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Carte comportant 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo, nVIDIA® GeForce 8800 ou ATI Radeon® X1900.
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Son : Carte son compatibleDirectX
    • Additionnelle : Souris à 3 boutons et clavier
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JCourtney
Posté le : 17 mars
10/10

Worth.
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vinaybharadwaj
Posté le : 9 février
OK, But still a bit overpriced
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The Amazing Blyatman (Cykaborg)
Posté le : 3 février
Other than the lag it causes(it is because of the patch that came with the DLC, not the DLC itself), it is a very good DLC that adds to the game. Although you don't find yourself playing india that much, it is still nice if you do.

10/10 would invade india as a norse again.
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Dayve
Posté le : 1 février
This is the expansion that ruined Crusader Kings 2. If you don't already own it then buying it won't ruin your game, buying it only unlocks the content which is already in the game. Before Rajas of India the game ran smoothly, after Rajas it ran like crap. Before Rajas faction revolts used to actually threaten kings and emperors because each faction member became independent, had full use of all their levies, could hire mercenaries and call in allies to aid them. After Rajas they were united under one leader, meaning he couldn't make use of 100% of their levies and can't call in allies.

This means that kings and emperors are almost never toppled. It's common to start a game in the earliest start date and, 400 years later, every single faction in the game will still be ruled by the dynasty that ruled at the start of the game.

But that's nothing compared to the performance issues that came with this expansion. The game runs so badly after adding India. Unforgiveable. I wish Paradox had never made this expansion. It sucks and it ruined CK2.
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Puri-Puri-Prisoner
Posté le : 16 décembre 2015
Do you like crusader kings 2:

Yes: Buy this add-on.

No: HEATHEN SCUM.
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Cowasaur
Posté le : 13 décembre 2015
Rajas of India takes Crusader Kings to a whole new area, for a very different feel and flow to the game than when playing in Europe. It's fantastic.
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Furin Kazan
Posté le : 8 août 2015
A fairly defining DLC that adds even more replayability to a game that already approaches infinity in that regard, not to mention some pretty cool options for games converted to EU IV. My favourite is going Viking, getting parts of North Africa (all of it namely) and heading over to India to get a jump start on the British Empire, under Odin, Vishnu and Kali. KALI!
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JBorg9
Posté le : 27 juillet 2015
The patch that came with this DLC includes the map expansion east, but you need this DLC to play as indian rulers. Overall I would say don't get this DLC until you know CK2 is right for you. I dont play indian rulers that often, so i didnt really get my monies worth, but there comes some satisfaction in owning the major DLCs.
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vaunumies
Posté le : 25 juillet 2015
Playing in India is a very unique and refreshing change. Probably the most polished expansion to this game.
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Shogun_Si
Posté le : 23 juillet 2015
Most useless and boring DLC ever.
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CJ
Posté le : 2 juin 2015
Played it once, never played it again. There is no/little interaction between the Indians and the rest of the world.
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劉振雄
Posté le : 8 mai 2015
The best CK2 expansion since Sword of Islam.
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Nova Rinne
Posté le : 15 mars 2015
A great addition to the game. Expanding the map of the game all the way to India! A whole new sub-continent to conquer!
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zeebzo
Posté le : 11 novembre 2014
Pretty good dlc but I don't know why they added all those beyblades on the map.
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Jake
Posté le : 26 octobre 2014
Opens up India to the player, and with it some unique mechanics, but fails to make India an intersting part of the world to play.Disappointed by the lack of curry jokes. Does Sweden not have Indians or something? They love curry jokes and a tip of the hat to this would have been appreciated.
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Vaatihastur
Posté le : 15 octobre 2014
Very nice expansion. I have a feeling the added threat against muslim countries makes it easier to survive as the Byzantines. But in my book that is a good thing. ;)
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G_Masta_Phunk
Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
Only reason I bought CK2.... I am a fan of all strategy games, especially Total war games. I do not have much experience with Paradox mostly playing mount and blade (is that paradox?) but other than that I have not tried any others. The selling point in CK2 was that it was about people, I like having individuals and a sense of role play in strategy.... EU 4 and such seemed to not have that.

On to Rajas expansion, most of my college studies were in buddhism, hinduism, and the history of Indian religions... watching people play lets play as these cultures as they were confused as to what anything meant... who shiva is, what a brahman is, and why you should have your head priest as one.

Not many people think of Buddhism as an Indian religion because it has taken hold strongest in the far east, however in the dark/middle ages, it had a strong presence and wars were fought about which relgion would be the dominate religion in India.. I cant think of a modern game that lets me play out this time and location of history, where I can think of 10 other games that let you play a king in fuedal europe....

IF you are interested in Hinduism and Indian culture, as well as Buddhism, or just want to experience a new world than what we are used to, grab this up,
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Dallas
Posté le : 12 octobre 2014
Like most expansions, you add them and then wonder, what did I just install?
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Cobalt
Posté le : 5 octobre 2014
This DLC gives you the option in game to swap to your Liege's culture, or the culture of your capital county for the cost of 500 prestige.
I never play CK2 in India, or Persia. I have no interest in Janism, Buddism, etc, or the caste system in Indian culture.
If this interests you, buy. If you are only interested in culture swapping, cheat (culture frankish) (prestige -500). If you play Ironman, the culture swap bonus is nice... but not at all important.
I purchased it only to support the game I have almost 2000hrs playing.
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SgtSmuckers
Posté le : 4 octobre 2014
You now get the priviliage to take your revenge on those pesky telemarketers
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Recommandé
Posté le : 9 février
OK, But still a bit overpriced
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Posté le : 3 février
Other than the lag it causes(it is because of the patch that came with the DLC, not the DLC itself), it is a very good DLC that adds to the game. Although you don't find yourself playing india that much, it is still nice if you do.

10/10 would invade india as a norse again.
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Posté le : 3 octobre 2014
This DLC unlocks playing as an Indian ruler, using three new religions (jain, buddhism, and hindu), an indian theme UI when playing as a character with indian culture, and a bunch of new events when playing as an indian and a few when not.

Do note that you can still invade India with the expanded steppe area and have to deal with the new religions without buying the DLC.

Pick this up when on a great sale or if you really want to play an Indian and sacrifice people to Kali.
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Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
Only reason I bought CK2.... I am a fan of all strategy games, especially Total war games. I do not have much experience with Paradox mostly playing mount and blade (is that paradox?) but other than that I have not tried any others. The selling point in CK2 was that it was about people, I like having individuals and a sense of role play in strategy.... EU 4 and such seemed to not have that.

On to Rajas expansion, most of my college studies were in buddhism, hinduism, and the history of Indian religions... watching people play lets play as these cultures as they were confused as to what anything meant... who shiva is, what a brahman is, and why you should have your head priest as one.

Not many people think of Buddhism as an Indian religion because it has taken hold strongest in the far east, however in the dark/middle ages, it had a strong presence and wars were fought about which relgion would be the dominate religion in India.. I cant think of a modern game that lets me play out this time and location of history, where I can think of 10 other games that let you play a king in fuedal europe....

IF you are interested in Hinduism and Indian culture, as well as Buddhism, or just want to experience a new world than what we are used to, grab this up,
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Recommandé
Posté le : 2 octobre 2014
You can invade England as an Indian.

10/10

With great difficulty

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Certainly not a Sunset Invasion sort of DLC, Rajas of India is actually rather decent if you intend to play as an Indian ruler; something not many people do, actually, due to various issues with rebel spam and what-not.

Though mods such as Lux Invicta and Historical Immersion Project (HIP) will most likely utilise some of the mechanics used in this DLC or may improve upon the existing mechanics and gameplay to create a more interesting and fun game. So if you have any issues with how it plays in vanilla, check out some of the mods around on the CK2 Paradox forums.

Certainly worth getting with the sale going on at the moment ($3), though.
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Posté le : 4 octobre 2014
You now get the priviliage to take your revenge on those pesky telemarketers
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Posté le : 5 octobre 2014
This DLC gives you the option in game to swap to your Liege's culture, or the culture of your capital county for the cost of 500 prestige.
I never play CK2 in India, or Persia. I have no interest in Janism, Buddism, etc, or the caste system in Indian culture.
If this interests you, buy. If you are only interested in culture swapping, cheat (culture frankish) (prestige -500). If you play Ironman, the culture swap bonus is nice... but not at all important.
I purchased it only to support the game I have almost 2000hrs playing.
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Posté le : 15 octobre 2014
Very nice expansion. I have a feeling the added threat against muslim countries makes it easier to survive as the Byzantines. But in my book that is a good thing. ;)
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Posté le : 15 mars 2015
A great addition to the game. Expanding the map of the game all the way to India! A whole new sub-continent to conquer!
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Posté le : 25 juillet 2015
Playing in India is a very unique and refreshing change. Probably the most polished expansion to this game.
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Posté le : 17 mars
10/10

Worth.
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Posté le : 8 mai 2015
The best CK2 expansion since Sword of Islam.
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Non recommandé
Posté le : 1 février
This is the expansion that ruined Crusader Kings 2. If you don't already own it then buying it won't ruin your game, buying it only unlocks the content which is already in the game. Before Rajas of India the game ran smoothly, after Rajas it ran like crap. Before Rajas faction revolts used to actually threaten kings and emperors because each faction member became independent, had full use of all their levies, could hire mercenaries and call in allies to aid them. After Rajas they were united under one leader, meaning he couldn't make use of 100% of their levies and can't call in allies.

This means that kings and emperors are almost never toppled. It's common to start a game in the earliest start date and, 400 years later, every single faction in the game will still be ruled by the dynasty that ruled at the start of the game.

But that's nothing compared to the performance issues that came with this expansion. The game runs so badly after adding India. Unforgiveable. I wish Paradox had never made this expansion. It sucks and it ruined CK2.
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Posté le : 16 décembre 2015
Do you like crusader kings 2:

Yes: Buy this add-on.

No: HEATHEN SCUM.
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Non recommandé
Posté le : 2 juin 2015
Played it once, never played it again. There is no/little interaction between the Indians and the rest of the world.
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Posté le : 11 novembre 2014
Pretty good dlc but I don't know why they added all those beyblades on the map.
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Non recommandé
Posté le : 23 juillet 2015
Most useless and boring DLC ever.
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Posté le : 2 octobre 2014
As a British woman, I have to say, I find Rajas of India an offensive additon to what had previously been an exceptional game; specifically, I'm talking about the British Raj achievement added with this new DLC/patch. This achievement makes light of a dark time for the British Empire, when we lost the whole of India to that usurper Ghandi! Paradox Interactive has a history of ignoring historical fact, writing it off as "nationalism" but this is one step too far; the British Empire is not some minor Balkan state (I won't name names, but its Serbia), but a grand empire that brought the light of civilisation to the darkest parts of the world (I am of course speaking about the electric lightbulb).

my clay!!!!/10
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Posté le : 26 octobre 2014
Opens up India to the player, and with it some unique mechanics, but fails to make India an intersting part of the world to play.Disappointed by the lack of curry jokes. Does Sweden not have Indians or something? They love curry jokes and a tip of the hat to this would have been appreciated.
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Non recommandé
Posté le : 12 octobre 2014
Like most expansions, you add them and then wonder, what did I just install?
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