Does anyone know how exactly the value DOGE_SUCC_RANDOM_FACTOR in defines.lua works? I habe the impression that it doesn‘t work at all. I tested this with values between 50 and 50000 and I never saw any effect, meaning that the expected succesor always inherited the republic, even if all patricians nearly had the same prestige value.
I always understood, that this value indicates the range of a randomly added prestige boost to any patrician upon election. Or am I wrong?
Oh, this one is just begging for a meme-y reply. More seriously, a number of the mod’s republics have unique mechanics or lore events that might influence inheritence. I don’t have my hands in the game’s guts right now, but I’d recommnd trying to either find the variable in the republic succession events or trying your experiment with vanilla.
This is an hardcoded feature and I faced the same issue in the vanilla game. A time ago I opened a bug for this in the paradox forum but never got a response, so I wanted to check here if someone experienced the same issue or if I just had extreme bad luck.
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