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It adds an expansion to the mechanics of tribal nations, most prominently Native American ones. It also adds a random new world generator which randomizes the landscape of North and South America.
The most prominent The technological advancements and trade offs also include trade companies, privateering, and construction of the SuezPanamaand Kiel canals. New mechanics pertaining to elections are introduced, along with election events for the Dutch republics and a national focus.
The Republican Dictatorship form of government is also included. It expands on the Thirty Years' War and the Napoleonic eraimproves diplomacy especially surrounding conflict and peace treatiesexpands vassal mechanics and adds new options for waging war.
The map improvements increased the number of provinces on the game map, in regions which previously lacked detail, such as Asia and Africa. This includes NahuatlInti and Mayan religions, a "doom counter" for the Central American tribes, improved mechanics and added events. Exploration and colonisation of these areas is also expanded upon - for example, the Treaty of Tordesillas is added and conquistadors can explore into terra incognita to search for the Seven Cities of Gold.
A custom nation designer is included. New religious gameplay is added, focusing on Protestants and Buddhists. Parliaments are added, and a special parliamentary government is granted to England. The number of building slots were also decreased, but the existing ones made more powerful.
The Cossacks 1 December The Cossacks, named after the Cossacks of UkrainePoland, and Russia, adds additional diplomacy options and a wide variety of internal politics for peacetime. Primarily this is represented through the "Estate" system, which allows provinces to be assigned noble landholders, the church, burghersand more in return for various bonuses and modifiers.
Additionally, The Cossacks adds mechanics for horde government types and adds mechanics to the Tengri religion.
As its name suggests, this expansion introduces new content connected to naval warfaretrade and espionage. Now one can put ships on a naval blockade mission or on a hunting naval mission.
One can also create trade leagues, offer Condottieri to other countries to fight and a new timeline feature where one can at any point through the campaign click it and watch how the world has evolved throughout the game.
It was announced on 19 August It was released along with the 1. The DLC and patch included a new Great Powers system where the eight most powerful nations were listed as "Great Powers" and could access new diplomatic features such as making minor nations break their alliances with other Great Powers.
The patch also included new governments for Prussia and the Ottoman Empireand a massive reworking of the technology system called the Institutions, which add penalties to any nation which hasn't embraced a given institution such as FeudalismRenaissanceetc.
There are also new Chinese meritocracy mechanics, the ability of Manchu tribes to raise bannersand a new Japanese shogunate system with events that allow Japan to become more isolationist or open in character. Outside of East Asia, there are now 'Ages' that focus gameplay on distinct historical periods in the Early Modern eraincluding Ages focusing on the European discovery and colonization of the Americas, the Protestant Reformation and religious conflict in Europe, French-style political absolutismand the 18th century revolutions occurring in France and the Americas.
The free 'Ming' 1. Announced on 12 Mayit focuses on the Russian nations, Orthodox religion and Siberian territories.
It also introduces new ranks of Russian government along with new abilities. One of the main features the DLC adds is Siberian Frontier Russian nations can slowly colonize uninhabited border regions, with no fear of native uprisings.
This feature is only available for countries in the Russian territories. Third Rome was released along with the free 1. The expansion revamped the Middle East region by adding new provinces, countries and events, in addition to new trade policies and army drilling.
It was released together with the free 1. The DLC adds a new religion, Anglicanismnew missions, knowledge sharing, naval doctrines, the ability to develop coal and many other features. It was announced on the 19th of May and released with the free 1.
Dharma adds government reforms, a reworked policy system and new features relating to South Asia, trade companies and estates.
Mods[ edit ] Aside from the official expansion packs, third-party mods are available on sites such as the Steam Workshop.In other words, the benefit is one side of a trade-off. We still ignore or belittle these trade-offs, as fully acknowledging them questions some key pillars of our current technology culture.
But recognizing the trade-offs of technology use is crucial for creating a technology culture that can sustain a free and diverse human experience.
Making decisions about the use of technology involves weighing the trade-offs between the positive and negative effects.
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