View Full Version : How did I fail Burgundy's UHV in 1200?
Jul 09, 2010, 08:14 AM
I've been playing Burgundy. First crusade is Venetian, but I get the second one. But for some reason, when I reach the Holy Land in 1215, I've already failed the "Conquer Juresalem in 13000" goal. I ook back, and even bfore the crusade starts I've failed it. WTF?
Jul 09, 2010, 06:34 PM
I've looked into the code and think it's nearly impossible. You should get +1 UHV when you own Jerusalem in turn 233 which should be 1300. Are you sure that its the Crusade UHV and not the conquer Rhine and Rhone? Because that would be around 1200 and make more sense. A screenshot would be nice. :)
Perhaps the wiki or the texts are not correct. I'm not sure about that, cause i didn't looked into them.
Duke of Awesome
Jul 09, 2010, 08:56 PM
something similar to this happened in my Muscovy game. i failed the "no barbarian in East Europe in XXXX year" about 100 years before the deadline was.
Jul 11, 2010, 11:32 AM
I really like the ideas behind the mod - it has great potential. And props to everyone involved in making it.
But somehow I also have trouble accomplishing the Burgundian UHV. It was 1200 and there was a coherent zone of burgundy-red (the UP really helps with that) all over from the Med to the North Sea along the two R-rivers. My cities were Neuchâtel (capital), Basle (2nd city), Amsterdam (3rd city), Lyon (captured from the French who collapsed right afterwards as the English spawn had already destabilized them), Cologne (4th founded city, after I had razed Liège and Frankfurt two times) and at last Marseille (captured from the Independants). I was getting happy beacuse I was able to take over a crusade at the same time, but then, just at 1200 I was notified that I failed the 1st UHV. This was my second time I tried (failed the first time the same way - just had Aix-la-Chapelle founded on the Western bank of the Rhine instead of Cologne).
So what's the missing piece? Milano, Bremen or Toulouse are too far off the UHV area to matter, aren't they?
Jul 12, 2010, 05:29 AM
Well i tried Burgundy myself today and can only say, that i works quite fine.
Well but i must say, that the Germans were crushed right at their start (thanks to barbarians) so no big threat and the French collasped a few turns after the English spawn. Genua took Marseille so i had to declare war on them, but with Paladins that was no big deal so i took their capitel too.
I'm not quite sure about it but you should actually win without Milan and Genua.
Duke of Awesome
Jul 12, 2010, 11:20 AM
in my Burgundy game i had a solid line of cities from Marseillie to some dutch city on the coast but i still lost for some reason
Jul 12, 2010, 11:55 AM
Check the reference folder in the RFCE folder for the exact UHV maps.
Jul 12, 2010, 01:16 PM
Thanks. I forgot those existed. According to the map, the Rhine Valley UHV zone extends quite a bit west into France. Razing Chalons/Troyes/thereabouts should help.
Jul 14, 2010, 11:11 AM
I had completed the RHine?Rhone UHV, and it was checked on the victoiries screen fine, so that isn't it. I'm genuinely confused here, I went back to 1191 and I already had failed the Jerusalem goal.