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Hey, could you make Poland's region to be more like this?
I find it odd there isn't land for Germany once Rusia is beaten in a great war
I dont think that would be a good idea. At the moment the polish provinces east of germany are pretty much in the shape of prussian posessions after the third partition of poland.
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When can we expect an update for HPM? It is by far the best VIC2 mod and am hoping to see a new update to keep things fresh.
Hi I read this on the paradox forum:
small bug: UK never join Crimean War when Russia is AI.
since AI Russia will use the Crimean War decision immediately once it is available
so no time for the event 97506(UK's Response) fire.
I'm the lead developer of the Vic2 to HoI4 converter. I was wondering if you'd be okay with us having the converter use HPM's flags in HoI4 when a HPM game is converted. If that's okay with you, could you let me know? I can be found on the forums, on reddit, or emailed at idhrendur at hotmail dot com.
Mate, is there any possibility to download HPM for version 3.03? I can't found dat previuous version, only for 3.04..
I have been playing your HPM Mod for Victoria II, and I've found France and the U.K. are making ridiculous amounts of money. While playing as Austria in 1854 I finished two Economic Technologies, boosting my tax and admin efficiency, and began raking in 250+ daily with my Stockpile sliders at full, taxes near Laissez-Faire half. France, the U.K., and Prussia built forts on EVERY province, and Belgium had an insane industry with little prestige or military score, pushing them into Great Power status above Spain and the Netherlands. Is this normal? My difficulty is at Normal if it matters.
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