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ABOUT THE SERIES
Knights of Honor is a great macro-strategy game. Instead of focusing on small battles, it is necessary to make strategic decisions about how to move your armies, manage a gigantic economy, and deal with the many narcissistic rulers of Europe. Join the Renaissance Gaming Royal court and conquer all of Medieval Europe!
ABOUT THE GAME
For the first time Knights of Honor will bring you the excitement of a true Empire Conquering Simulation in Real-Time. A unique Knights-management system will offer you brand new possibilities to enhance your personal strategy. Never lose sight of your goal - to rule all of Europe.
I remember it took some work to make it go full screen. You have to edit some configuration files in the install folder through noptepad. I can't remember exactly how I did it, as this was years ago, but try Googling. The game itself doesn't give you a way to do it.
I think that only occurs if you die without an heir....or am I mistaken? Either way I think the chances of civil war are calculated lower than the chances of being infiltrated by an enemy spy when playing in the late middle ages.
Nice letsplay of Knights of Honor, a truly very underrated game.
But why did you not play with the 1.05 Patch ? The game is much more challenging than in the 1.03 version. And surely harder. Much more less gold, much harder enemies.
And since last year year there is a phantastic HD-Patch (1680, 1920 etc), which makes the game look phantastic.
We were just discussing at the Paradox Forum about Mods, Game and Gameplay. You can find there also a lot of interesting links to the game and how to play.
So it looks now in the HD-Resolution:
And there are some great mods too for this game.
Np, but try the 1.05 Patch and play hard. Its an absolut different game from 1.03. Start as vassal of France with Provence and wonder ;)
Its really a great game where you must do a lot of things right to stay alive. And in HD it really phantastic now. Best wishes for your work here on YT.
I just found out about this game.. Paradox does a bad job of promoting external games they publish (Note they only did NA release for this game). I only bought Mount&Blade last year. I've added this game on my Steam wish list for the next time it goes on sale for only $2(knowing me I won't wait). Thanks for series you got a sub. PS. Anyone else notice a resemblance to Lords of the Realm 2?
19:19 - You thought: "the best trade - it's trade with someone who has a lot of money".
But it's not true. Usually the best trade offers you will get from countries with a huge territory.
Also you can always check the _trade potential_ of country at first. This can be done from the interface which appears when you click on foreign town or foreign province (on the _political view_ screen). Click on the bag image in the left bottom corner to call _"Economical information"_. And here you can find a value of _Trade Potential_ which is describes how much profit you can get from the trade if you will have _"Harmonious"_ relationships with this country. By itself - there is no point to trade with country when your relationships at _"Feud"_ level.
What happened with Austria when its king was executed?
33:10 - There are only _Austria_ and _Tyrolia_ provinces belong to *_Austria_*.
35:18 - Here the message: _"Switzerland inherited territory from Austria."_
35:37 - _Austria_ and _Tyrolia_ provinces belong to *_Switzerland_*.
You can alternatively use "*" on your numpad. It will allow you to change speed from 1.0 to 10.0 and vice versa in one click.
You can also slow down the game speed to 0.3 from the 10.0 value (instead of standard 0.5) by the click on "-".
Gods, you are terrible at this. No offence
Firs thing one should do is build a tax collector's office and wood gatherer, and removing taxation on the people. As many merchants should be hired as you so do this - in addition to the king and younger prince. And FFS, you should be the one winning provinces, not your enemies.
Never claimed to be an expert. There are many ways to play and I was able to recover appropriately after a rough start. If anything, it makes the series a little more exciting. Thanks for the tips though.
It's complicated. I've studied how gaming channels grow pretty extensively and I think there are multiple strategies I can implement to get an exponentially larger number of subscribers and views. Most of those strategies will require me to abandon principles and do things that I don't want to. For example, spending so much time on an old and relatively unknown game like Knights of Honor, is bad for growth...but I had a blast doing this series and am glad a small number of people had fun with it as well. At the end of the day, this is a huge hobby of mine and I will only do things my way. Subscribers and views are not my primary goal, although I am happy to have both and would like to see the channel grow. I'm thankful for my small fan base and comments like this.
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