Oh, how the time flies... Found with 16.11.2011 timestamp.
I suppose he also bought all stab buildings before doing it again. Money is not the issue, apparently.
Some persistence you've got there. :D
Whoops! My mistake.
Ostmark is not the equivalent of Austria. It stands for March of Austria, which was a march of the duchy of Bavaria. It existed for less than two...
The trick here is that you only gain stability from losing cities if you already have many cities. Like 20+ cities. Hence you need to be really...
That's what you get when pretty much everyone is your vassal. :p
For UHV3, I actually like to steal the Pope's treasury. :D
Nothing better to do with all the :espionage: anyway.
@simplicissimus & AbsintheRed: I recently encountered this also when I was playing as Spain and I discovered the Printing Press. A few turns later...
I might have the spare time and the perseverance, but there's talk that there will be a new map. Soon after I created good (read:time-consuming)...
I suppose Bulgarians use Persian generic city names from RFC.
Actually, for some reason Sicily is OK for Spain while Naples is unstable.
I did it with Germany by 1870AD. More info here.
I know, I know... Germany on monarch is hardly a challenge. :D
Nevertheless, maybe people from the future will find the advice useful. You can...
You get a stability bonus by losing cities if you have about 20 or more. So you have to gift a bunch of them synchronously in order to succeed.
Try zooming. ;)
You can have 5 vassals.
True, Rep + Free Market is not the most optimal choice when ONLY considering stability. But I would argue the benefits...
Vassals, anyone? Or you can just play Russia. :D
Seriously, you get a HUGE stab boost by settling and liberating cities to your vassals. About 12...
Zooming in solves that indeed. Thanks for the tip!
I don't think I've ever seen Isabella willing to trade world map with me, unless vassalized.[SPOILER]
Very nice map! :goodjob:
Care to make it play nice with Firefox? :D[SPOILER]
Separate names with a comma.