Europe 1805 is set in the Napoleonic Era. It has improved graphics, models and offers a lot of gameplay features. From investing in towns, enterprises, houses, shares to building defensive structures, formations, combat abilities et cetera!
[Fixes] - Lucretia is a woman now. - Companions dialogues fixed. I had to remove 2 companions due to game limits (Fouché & Johnny). They will be released as minimods later. - Town information only updates when owning towns now. - Joining sieges no longer drops you at the edge of the scene. - Forging Brown Bess at weaponsmith has now correctly displayed cost of 2 iron. - No more +0 or -0 morale for items. - No more Sword Sisters, but Cavalry Maidens now. - Invisible boots no longer gives error messages. - Upgrading structures in your village now upgrades the structure you chose. - Fixed dialogues regarding upgrading buildings in village. - Changed names of Montenegrin vassals. - Announcing events at towns is only possible if town treasury has sufficient money. - Visiting your own fort no longer results in being thrown to the edge of the scene. - Being vassal of a Revolutionary State now allows you to recruit soldiers. - Greek revolutionaries now wear melee weapons. - Refreshing town data per week no longer reports a script error. - Prussian headwear replaced.
[Improvements] - Fixed some language errors in the guide - Added extra text to village elder. So when you don’t have enough resources, he will tell you to walk to a parchment on the wall at the stockpile. - Marshall of factions are now called: Chancellor. - Horse Archery is now called Mounted Marksmanship - Saxon Grenadiers wear bearskins now. - New sounds
[Bugs] - Flagbearers & Drummers do not walk together with their own regiment on the battlefield. - Lock ups and crashes leaving towns after travelling with stagecoach.
QUICKFIX: visit the tavern and press 'esc'.
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