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I am a frontend developer, who is somewhat anal about clean markup, simple scripts, and object oriented CSS. I have a dark past as .NET developer, marketing student, graphic designer, and entrepreneur.

Also, I have an unnatural caffeine intake and a unhealthy obsession with Futurama. In my spare time, I enjoy long drinks on the beach followed by beating people up.


Mar
17
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
answered Is there a risk of inbred children with fake fatherhood?
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
Good answer – but bear in mind, that Enrique is Strong. That gives him a health boost, and he is less likely to die in prison (or just in general). Him in prison is a really good way to get shafted with a regent for sixty years! On the other hand he is also a coward, which makes it less likely for him to be captured or killed. Man, Enrique relly sucks.
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
You can't plot against your offspring? Are you sure? If that truly is the case, you might consider him to spearhead 300 men in battle against a million foes. Risky though, they might simply put him in jail, and you'll be put under regency. He is strong, and thus less likely to die.
Mar
11
comment My son is a moron and I don't want him inheriting my empire. Why can't I nominate him as a bishop?
I think this exploit has been removed, so that you cannot forcefully remove your heirs from the line of succession. I think you need to consider the sturdiness of your balconies.
Mar
11
accepted Who should I appoint regents and partners?
Feb
26
comment How should I punish my revolting vassals?
I believe the Oubliette event has been removed, and replaced with a similar one, that is super bugged. Afaik, the new event is much less likely to fire.
Feb
20
comment What's the benefit of destroying titles?
Welcome to Arqade, and thanks for chipping in. I never give titles to people who have claims to my titles. They will have a claimant opinion bonus, and you'll see "Bobby Jr for Ireland"-factions popping up all day. Furthermore, in the original question I have three kingdoms, but no empire. If I give away kingdoms, they will become independent and leave my realm. Not cool.
Feb
13
comment How do you avoid getting ganged-up on in Europa Universalis IV?
Hover over their opinion value to figure out why they don't like you. If it's due to AE, chill out for a bit, shift focus to something else. Use your diplomats to improve relations. Make friends, not war.
Feb
13
comment What are the prerequisites for changing government in Europa Universalis IV?
@Palantar That's cool. Sorry for "calling you out", but I thought it was relevant, in case CrusaderJ had an alternative solution. :)
Feb
12
comment What are the prerequisites for changing government in Europa Universalis IV?
@CrusaderJ OP wrote in a comment (since deleted for some reason) that they are cored, but he would check. I think he's right, as those should be colonized provinces, which are always cored (as opposed to conquered provinces). I also think that's a colonial nation (notice it has a capital), but that shouldn't matter ...
Feb
12
revised What are the prerequisites for changing government in Europa Universalis IV?
Elaborated on reasoning
Feb
12
answered What are the prerequisites for changing government in Europa Universalis IV?
Feb
10
comment Can I demand the return of cores to my vassal?
In my game, I experienced something similar. Turns out, that my vassal had claims, but not actually cores. That might be one reason.
Feb
5
comment Is there a way to reduce the risk of a disaster?
@atticae I note that you say that it does not go away. All I can say is, that I had this one and the religious one, and they both went away. I didn't notice if it decreased or disappeared immediatly, but I know I increased my manpower and religious unity.
Feb
5
answered Is there a way to reduce the risk of a disaster?
Feb
5
comment Is there a way to reduce the risk of a disaster?
Eh? Doesn't it decline or go away? It does in my game. E.g., I had an upcoming religious uprising, which went away when I had all my provinces converted to the True Faith™.
Feb
4
comment How does Seduction mechanism work in Crusader Kings:2 (Way of Life DLC)? Why nobody seduces me?
Hmm, alright. It seems you've already made some research. Perhaps enough that you can make an answer yourself? Answering your own question is encouraged here on Stack Exchange, it might benefit others ... and welcome to the site, by the way. :)
Feb
4
comment How does Seduction mechanism work in Crusader Kings:2 (Way of Life DLC)? Why nobody seduces me?
You are most likely not important enough.