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  1. Imagine, if you will, a time before Lukasz added the Victorian Era scenario to the game. I was an avid fan of the game even in this time, and because I wanted a Victorian Era scenario, I created my own. I dubbed the scenario the Victorian Age, and it was wildly innacurate. However, even so, when the official Victorian Era scenario came out, I was disappointed to find it was rather lackluster. It disappointed me for a number of reasons, so I decided to upgrade my Victorian Age scenario. It's been months in the working, but I feel now that it is ready to be released to the public. ==What does it change?== My Victorian Era scenario adds a wide variety of changes in the map - new states are added to West Africa, India, North America, and some parts of Europe, as you will see by the screenshots provided. Furthermore, it adds a wide variety of historical events that can build a dynamic alternate history. ==Screenshots== A full map of the world: Europe: North America: South America: Northern Africa: Western Africa: Southern Africa: Asia: India: Australasia: ==What problems might I encounter?== Unfortunately, some of the events are rather buggy. They may fire at the wrong time or with the wrong triggers. However, it should not greatly impact the overall playing experience. Also, it does not fix the issue of leaders being present in the wrong time period. Thus, Abraham Lincoln is still president of the U.S. in 1836. ==Download== Before you download, be warned! The "civilizations_editor" and "leaders" folders will contain a white file simply named "Age of Civilizations." REMOVE THIS FILE FROM THE FOLDER BEFORE DOWNLOADING. If you do not, it will replace all the data you have built up through playing the game with all of my data. You have been warned. Download link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16mXgp5HBIgUbQGA4yAuXt5OrB5QF1r0N I hope you enjoy my custom 1836 Victorian Age scenario.
  2. in my experience it doesn't come with the civilizations, but idk for certain regardless I'll be certain to back them up
  3. is there any way I can do this and save my scenarios? Like, if I moved all my civilizations and scenarios to another folder and reinstalled them afterwords?
  4. The last time I actually played AoCII was a few days ago. I exited the game and turned off my computer (you see, the game won't work twice in one session of the computer; I have to turn it off and on again to start a new game). The next day I opened my computer and attempted to open AoCII, but found it crashed. I considered this strange, but I thought little of it, so I just restarted my computer and tried again. Again I met the same problem. I tried numerous times, and sometimes it would automatically uninstall and I had to reinstall it, and even after this it still would not work. The game would load to 99%, and then just automatically close. I don't know what the problem is; previously I had a problem involving saves, and I found that deleting all the saves I had before worked to partially solve that, but when I tried that this time it didn't work. I don't know if I can find any help here, but I'll be damned if I don't try. Please give me suggestions.
  5. Not necessarily, if a leader's reign ends and there's no leader immediately following them then there can just be no leader in that period lol
  6. I'm not sure what you're on about, all I'm suggesting is that leaders can have set dates of when they come to power and leave power. It could even be edited for custom leaders.
  7. I suggested reign dates in another post, didn't get much traction tho. I do think it would be good to have start and end dates for a leader's reign.
  8. Not sure how busy he is, and I certainly wouldn't want to bother him, but I certainly think it would be a good idea to clean up some of the leader gore we tend to get
  9. Have you ever found the wrong leader shows up for the wrong scenario? The current mechanic the game uses is that is chooses the leader born closest to the date of the scenario. However, I suggest introducing Reign Dates - start and end dates for a leader's reign. Say, for example, you had Wilhelm II of Germany as a leader. Wilhelm was born in 1856, but you had a scenario set in 1880. In real history, Wilhelm didn't come to power until 1888. However, in this scenario, Wilhelm would be the leader of Germany due to his birthdate. However, if you set the begin of his reign to 1888, then he wouldn't come to power until 1888, just like real life. Say you also wanted to add the end of his reign to be 1918 - come 1918, his reign would end. With the reign system, the problem of having the wrong leader for the wrong scenario would end. You could add ever US president, and because of the Reign system, they would each be able to take power in order. Tired of having Abraham Lincoln in charge of the US in 1836? The Reign system can end that! Now, what if you don't enter a start date or end date? The game could simply resort to its original design, that being the system of choosing a leader based on their birth date. I, personally, think this is a good idea, and I hope Lukasz sees it and considers it.
  10. I've recently downloaded two scenarios from my friend, Boblik, that he shared to me personally. After downloading them, I found that when I tried to open the window that had a list of all your scenarios, it took me to the main menu. This was an annoyance, but not detrimental to the gameplay, so I thought little of it. However, I soon found that this same instance occurred when I tried to open the scenario editor, rendering me unable to access it. Can somebody please help me out here?
  11. I made a scenario I call Dominio. It's some weird alternate history I made, in which there is no one specific POD, but rather a separate set of events. Some notable things: -America, Canada, and a few other places are Communist -Britain underwent a Fascist revolution, causing the Monarchy to be exiled to Australia, where Edward VIII has set up a fascist-monarchy -The French Empire is back under Napoleon VI -The Qing is still around, albeit it did kind of explode -Japan took some puppets out of the Qingsplosion -Russia is democratic and just weaker overall, lacking all that eastern territory it was supposed to colonize -Italy hasn't unified -India was never successfully colonized, leading to the rise of the (fictional) Vijat Empire If you have any trouble downloading it, I'll be happy to help. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Fd1nqNTtQ6UT1yQh9VEEGnM3_hHCjobw Screenshots:
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