In Hearts of Iron IV, as in most of her games, Paradox gave little to no attention to "minor" countries, mostly emergent under-the-equator contries. One of them is Brazil.
Brazil is the 5th largest country and the 7th richest in the world by 2016. It has one of the largest mineral reserves of the planet and has a player in WWII, having it's 27,000 strong Expedicionary Forces, the FEB, based in Pisa and being equivalent to a NATO-standard Division, forcing the surrender of a joint German-Italian Corps, lead by General Otto Fretter-Pico, and being the most important army in the breakthrough of the Eastern Section of the Gothic Line and the liberation of the Po Valley, in what would end in the liberation of Ravenna and Bologna from the Axis, as well as in the dismantle of the Italian Social Republic of 1943.
Between 1930-1945 Brazil suffered one of it's most troubled political times and one of it's major economic and main industrial booms throught the 20st Century. The Vargas regime was marked by a Civil War in 1932 between the major brazilian states, the discovery of strategical resources in Brazilian territory, like Oil and Tungsten, the foundation of major government-controlled companies and most of the countries' industrial, military and legal bases.
Not only it's was a great time for the country, it was an unstable time of competition between democratics, fascists and communists for the absolute control and capacity to set the countries' future.
Yet, little to none, or, in better words, none to none were these times explored by Paradox. The thing is, we can change it. This mod gives the player the possibility of controlling the TRUE Brazil, not some
generic badly-done uncivilized-like country.
This mod/fix adds:
A personalized focus tree for Brazil, which includes historical decisons and major changes do the country.
The focus tree includes political alignment choices, ultra-rapid industrialization (similar to real-life 1930's Brazil), modernization of the armed forces, establishment of Brazil's main scientifical institutions, general government reforms and programs and much more.
More resources (15 rubber and 4 iron is just ridiculous given the true resource aboundance of Brazil ), given by decisions in the focus tree.
Actual military leaders Brazil had at that time, and their given portraits. So much so for politicians.
The true names of political parties aswell.
Custom Soundtrack for Brazil Custom concerns and designers based on historical ones
The possibility of moving the capital to Brasília
Generalized name fixes
The new state of Santos
Capital fixed to Rio de Janeiro
More population (realistic, based the 1936' Census)
Bigger starting army, based on historical standarts
Provincial buildings fixed
Fixed "Pará" to "Minas Gerais"
Fixed "Rio Grande" to "Rio Grande do Sul"
Provinces are able to support way more industry.
The entire mod is in Portuguese and, in the English version of the game, basic names are translated. Future plans include full english version. Only supports English and Portuguese versions though.
Made By: Vinícius Facure, your actual brazilian.
You guys thought i was dead, right? Well, you are wrong.
W R O N G
For those who don't know what my mod does:
"The Mod adds a Unique, historically-based, focus tree for Brazil, largest country in South America and her informal major power. It also adds more generals, policies and resources, all based on actual aspects of Brazilian Society to improve anyone daring to play as the South American Nation."
-Me, some months back then
For the last days i had been researching map customization. My goal, since i created this mod, was adding new cities and Victory Points, in regards to my countries' major urban areas.
So, yeah, i finally did it:
And it's absolutely glorious.
Also, i've finally fixed the music. Turns out it was a typo. Well, now you can play as Brazil with its best military marches while you head on forward to victory against the vile Argentine!
Also made some bug fixes and the best pun-idea from a brazilian to other brazilians.
That's pretty much it guys. You can download it here:
Have fun out there!
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