EU4 World Conquest on Very Hard (Mamluks – Rum – Mughals – Russia – Poland – Byzantium) Ironman

Mamluks – Rum – Mughals – Russia – Poland – Byzantium – Roman Empire 1.25.1 All DLCs Tag switched to Rum then Mughals for the national ideas. Rum’s ideas are geared towards conquest and they offer 20% CCR. Mughals’ ideas are not militaristic, but they save a lot of MP through reduced technology and idea costs. They also offer better CCR (25%), in addition to 5% from the iqta government. Tag switching to Russia then Poland gives a lot of temporary mission bonuses, e.g. -20% land attrition, 15% army morale and 5% discipline. I took the decision to unify islam for the increased missionary strength, higher true faith tolerance and the -20% stability cost, which were great for reducing national unrest while coring and truce breaking. I later decided to let orthodox rebels convert more

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EU4 – Paradox Dev Clash – Episode 10 – Rule Britannia

Welcome to Paradox Dev Clash Season 10, where we play on the hottest of code and the devvest of devs! Learn More about Rule Britannia: Watch live at Master wind and trade, and spark the industrial revolution in Rule Britannia, an Immersion Pack for Europa Universalis IV. Take control over Great Britain with new exclusive decision trees for England, Scotland and Ireland, new naval doctrines and Anglicanism, a new Protestant faith. ——————————— Check out Europa Universalis on ParadoxPlaza: Follow Europa Universalis on social media: ——————————— Facebook – https:// Twitter – https://twitter.com/E_Universalis Paradox on YouTube

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