I'm having trouble with the No Limits version. It seems like Dummy!Sansa/Alayne has lost all her bloodlines while the other Stark dummy accounts do not. Arya (9267059), Bran (9268059), and Rickon (9269059) have their bloodlines intact why Sansa (9266059) does not. Any chance of fixing that?
What bookmark is it happening in? I'll give it a look and see what's up.
Post by summeriscoming on May 2, 2019 10:42:11 GMT
I've found a few more missing bloodlines and 2 others with missing gfx files
Gargalen - no gfx file Shells - no gfx file Webber c_coldmoat - there is a gfx file but nothing in 00_bloodlines and history files Ashwood c_sheepshead_hills - in the whiteknife duchy Perryn c_branstone - in the riverrun duchy Algood c_golden_hills - where westerlands and riverlands meet above riverrun
I've been using buff's mod, but I realize this might be more up my alley, what with the focus on houses and not "legendary" stuff (so that way I don't get 4 stark traits off the bat, and acquire 5 more within 100 years) but acquiring rare traits through marriage.
It's unfortunate this system paradox created is so limited, that there is either extremely strict conditions or almost no conditions. I'd much prefer it if characters inherited paternal traits permanently, but maternal traits are temporary.
The old system blackninja created is actually better than the one paradox did, and he used the limited existing game event scripting.
Post by anarchys2ndson on Dec 19, 2019 23:07:07 GMT
Hey, so if anyone is interested in this still. I'll update it between tonight and tomorrow, I think one or two new houses got added in, so I'll just add the bloodlines for them and upload. I fixed the missing ones so far except for shells, hollard, bourney, and ashwood (I don't think ashwood has an actual flag in game).
I'm trying to get permission from Ruff to use his event for making the umbers tall. Haven't really considered adding events otherwise.
Thanks for using the mod.
sorry about the late, extremely late responses. Life just got ahead of me.
Also, if anyone wants. I have a personal version I use, where I added a Reyne twin as a descendant, a Tarbeck son as a descendant, and a Greyiron son as a descendant. So I could upload that.
1. won't be implementing tall Umbers.
2. the mod was actually broken, so it took longer than I expected. a few of the duchies were removed, or changed, it seems. Then I ran into some issues in the westerlands, I broke something there so a couple family trees no longer exist beyond a certain point, and they're broken.
3. can't get the bloodline implemented for Davos Seaworth now.
4. I've got no images for one or two "major" house bloodlines, and for a few smaller houses.
5. I don't recall it being this way when I did the mod initially, but now if the head of the house is female and she marries another highborn matrilineally then the children get both bloodlines and it continues on that way. so the martells currently have five bloodlines.
should be finished tomorrow, would've been finished earlier, stopped to binge the witcher then play Detroit.
Does this mod have more content than More Bloodlines? Are they compatible? If not, which one should I choose?
Depends on what you're looking for, more bloodlines is more expansive. Focuses on giving the houses armor, certain boosts (opinion boosts, martial, how troops are handled prestige etc), etc. And focuses on prominent members of the house as well, so you have the bloodline of Bran the Builder (for the Starks) in addition to the Stark bloodline. He also added events, making Umbers tall, giving certain bloodlines the ability to have the skinchanger trait. stuff like that.
This mod just focuses on adding the bloodlines to each house, based on the founder. It gives opinion boosts/deductions to each house, depending on it, so the riverlords each get a negative deduction with every other riverlord, because the lore says they're miserable and suffer from divided leadership. Lannisters are rich so they get a stewardship boost, the Freys control the crossing so they get one as well plus a monthly income increase.
Honestly Ruff commented on the differences earlier in this thread, and he's probably added more since.
This mod will mostly stay the same, just focusing on ensuring each house has a bloodline, I'll probably shift around some of the boosts.
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