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Parlons de ces quotidiens de accroissement et de l’progéniture de Victoria 3 ! DD#27 : Paradox Twitch : ———————————Mes liens——– ——————– Discorde : Twitter : ——————— ————Liens du jeu—————————————— Victoria 3 sur Steam : SHAPE A GRAND DEMAIN Paradox Development Studio toi-même mobilisation à ériger votre groupe immatérielle pendant lequel le tollé du 19ème cycle curieux et modificateur. Équilibrez les intérêts concurrents de votre groupe et gagnez votre occupation au girandole pendant lequel Victoria 3, l’un des interprétations les davantage attendus de l’fable de Paradox. #Victoria3 #Vicky3 #DevDiary .

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  1. I don't like how this mechanic works, I don't like that the state is doing the research and not the pops, not many discoveries, specifically in that Era were state funded, of course some were, but all research comes out of necessity to improve something, and the state could only boost the discovery through funding

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  2. 20:00 – I wonder if a prosperous population will invest some of their wealth to build universities and so forth, rather than just buy luxury goods like they did in VickyII. And will scholarships and student loans be represented?

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  3. I'm interested in seeing what the expedition system is. I can see it being without any player choice (like archeology sites in stellaris, which are mostly very linear), or, as I would prefer, branching paths like the Enigmatic Fortress event chain

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  4. I like/can live with what we have been told so far and/or agree with your constructive critiques. Given how internally consistent and well fleshed out the social and economic systems seem to be, the game really deserves an earlier start date in the 1750-70 period. Starting 75 years earlier would capture the independence wars of every (major) country in the Americas (except Canada). What if George III had given the Thirteen Colonies political representation? What if Portugal treated Brazil more as an equal? France 1792, 1815, 1830. Poland 1772, 1793, 1795 – the ultimate 'Political Play'. HRE 1806. Netherlands 1814. Belgium 1830. The entire period of significant slavery debate. Emancipation from serfdom in most of western Europe. Prussia 1807, 1815. Yes, EU4 covers this time period, but I think the Vic3 mechanics are more suited to it.

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  5. All seems pretty cool, nothing groundbreaking but a good step forward. I like the system where you can have your elites invent new things and have people too stupid to use them, really makes you think of the big picture. What I would like to see is playing tall being exciting. I've played a lot of eu4 and playing tall there is… well, not all that creative. Sure you're ahead with tech but you can't be too ahead because 150% penalty is a thing; sure you have so much money you have all the best stuff; sure you can bleed money for mercenaries twice your force limit and have like one loan at the end of early WWI in 1600s but there's no real effect past that. It's kind of the same in CK3, it's better but it also isn't all that complicated. Here I see a lot of potential. You can have all these technologies you can't even implement so you can't have 10% of eggheads lead the country to glory, you need everyone on it. Military technologies could be cool too, again, if you have all the technologies but no tools to make your new shiny guns then you can't just rush things and expect them to work. I would also like to see a system where you don't just take linear military technologies so that everyone is using more or less the same stuff. I would love to see some technology combos that actually counter each other or at least move things in some way. I would also love to see some small Switzerland be so technologically, economically, socially advanced that they can make better troops, more troops than say France who focused more on just shaping up the country and ignored military. Also I hope there is no force limit; it would be awesome to just have as much military as you can make and sustain without anything holding you back. Eu4 is so annoying in that matter because say we are the Swiss they have like 7 provinces maybe and so they can make like 12k troops whereas France can dish out 30k. You CAN play tall but in the time it takes you to "be tall" France will gobble up some countries and you're still behind; it's quite literally easiest way to get more force limit in eu4, just conquer. One thing in that holds you back is money, sure, but even then tall Switzerland can't win a 1v1 with wide France. It would be silly if in Victoria we had the same problem because it's the beginning of that era where size doesn't matter THAT MUCH, it's just moreso how many people you can have in the army and pay for it; if I want to make North Korea early, so have little land but 2nd largest army in the world, I'd expect it to be possible in that game. Playing minor nation would be the most fun ever then because you can actually work a sane way toward victory rather than clenching teeth through 2k of loans because you had to conquer land to be able to stand up to all the countries around you while also struggling in tech from all the coring. Having a small country with educated people, with a lot of universities, a lot of population, good technology, good economy that can outshine its bigger neighbours by just simply being the best is way more interesting than diving into a sea of loans to fight every year.

    All in all, I hope that countries will have different focuses and so they won't be "equal" in technology in a way that they all have the same stuff but rather are in the same era but use different tools to achieve their goals.

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  6. OPB am i the only one that thinks the next DD being flags is a bit weird? I was expecting more mechanics etc (like trade). Maybe this is because vacations are approaching and they want a DD that will not be controversial or have too much to answer? My thought was that flags and other DDs like that will be towards the end. Either way the Tech system seems like a very good basis for the game i am sure it will be improved further after game is released.

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  7. The part at 23:05 where you are talking about how low educated pops will not care about things like nationalism, marxism, communism, socialism etc. doesn't make much sense to me. The only succesful communist revolution for an example after WWI was in Russia, the least literate country of all other Great Powers. The communist revolution failed in every other major country in Europe, except for Hungary and partly Germany. All 3 of these countries ended up as losers in the Great War, what this means is that massive losses in war, war exhaustion and a failure of the established system and beauracracy as well as losing the Great War led the population to associate themselves with more extremist ideologies, it wasn't the fact that these countries were more or less educated (though it would seem that being less educated had something to do with it in Russia since it only succeded there) but instead it was the failure of the current system to provide for the population, the war exchaustion and that nationalistic pride, which was being built up for 80 years, taking a massive hit after the Great War that caused the population to associate with such ideologies. I'm sure that 90% of the peasents in Russia never left their village but a lot of them were stil eager to sign up to the Red Army and fight for an idea that they barely knew anything about but looked superficialy attractive and seemed like the right thing to do.

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  8. I fundamentally disagree with the new tech "limiter" that we have, the limiter due to literacy rate should have been applied on how quickly technology can spread around a nation and how quickly it is adopted, not how much a nation can innovate.

    It doesn't make sense for a nation's technological achievements made by scientists to slow down/be capped because some people in the farms can't read. This unnecessarily handicaps larger and more populated nations, which is further insinuated by the administration mechanics.

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  9. To your point on exposure: Yes, I see where you are coming from but importing something could also mean you no longer have the catalyst or the drive in your own nation or industries to invent it yourself. Plus, I like the idea of "Revolution" spreading like wildfire organically from borders across Europe

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  10. I feel like there needs to be an "openness" mechanic wherein countries that are open to new ideas, culture and technologies should get more spread or more concurrent technologies spreading at once. Look at what Japan did with their embassies during the restoration where they directly went to Europe and America with the intention of learning about new systems of government and technology.

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  11. your worry that under Communism you lose Industrialists so lose a source of a bonus for Industry Research: I can't remember if it was confirmed but I believe interest groups don't disappear under any circumstances, the members may lose clout and members, but not go away. Additionally it is likely that under Communism, the people who make up the Industrialists may change from Capitalist Investors to the Bureaucrats and Clerks that run the Factories, the core of the Industrialists is they are people who believe the future of your country lies in industry.

    I'd argue it isn't "double dipping" that Literacy is used both for "can I research this thing" and "can my people learn to use this thing", it makes sense to me that there are concepts that at a particular juncture can only theoretically be implemented, it is possible to understand how to make a Power Plant, even if you lack the Engineers to run one. Also, you don't need your population as a whole to have a particular Literacy level to get more educated worker types, only enough pops at that level.

    On Tech spread if you are Japan: 1) you kind of answered your question, and historically books and such on advanced subjects were hot commodities and did help spread new ideas 2) it's likely that when Japan is in it's Isolationist phase it will have like -90% Tech Spread.

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  12. I think a system where you would be more likely to get exposure from friendly countries (alliance or trade) would not at all be hard to implement, they should really do this, being complete random is nuts and doesn't make any sense.

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