It sounds like it could break balance, but in fact the mod gives both - a nice playability to Slavic nations and a nice balance to the overpowered superior well-developed Western European nations that seek to conquer the East by the sword.

  • All Slavic cultures are in one Slavic group.
  • West Slavic, East Slavic, South Slavic culture groups are merged.
  • Slovaks are now not a part of the Carpathian culture group, an ahistorically dumb move by Paradox Interactive in order to either preserve Slovaks living in the 'Upper Land' when AI plays Hungary or so that players can have it easier.
  • Pomeranians are now in Slavic culture group, not Germanic.
  • Albanians are now in Slavic culture group due to no better suitable group. A fault of the game, but in fact it gives a nice possibility to extend gameplay for countries that exist around there. Greatly ahistorical, but it's just a few provinces.

Every province with Slavic culture you conquer as a Slavic nation will have no Culture penalties.

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Slavic Unity

Slavic Unity

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Slavic cultures are now in the Slavic culture group, effectively giving no penalties for having Slavic provinces as a Slavic nation.

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Guest
Guest

Wtf dude. albanian culture is not a slavic culture. And karelian too i think

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Lokislav Creator
Lokislav

read the explanation my dude

if you dislike the change you can make Albanian into a separate language so it is LONELY and gets all the negative bonuses if it tries to occupy other balkan cultures, alongside with karelian

enjoy a bad game

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ArmenBalian
ArmenBalian

Can I install it mid game?

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Lokislav Creator
Lokislav

Not recommended.

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Algor
Algor

This looks really amazing! Is it compatible with the latest patch though? I would love to try this.

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Lokislav Creator
Lokislav

Try, you won't lose anything, it should.

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LucekJedi
LucekJedi

Finally someone did this kind of mod! I like it a lot. Maybe it's a bit over the top, but personally i prefer it to the vanilla nonsense, where Ruthenians see Poles or as if they where completely unrelated culturally, lingustically or historially. The Dutch accept Prussians, but Poles would regard East Slavs as complete aliens, sure. It is even more aplicable to Crusader Kings II, where Slavs are already divided even by the time they spoke more or less the same lang. I know the language isn't the same as culture and ethnic relations, but still the divide happened on orthodoxy-catholicism borders(East-West Slavs) and due to geographical separation(South Slavs). Have you thought of making a similiar mod for CK2?

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Lokislav Creator
Lokislav

I am sure I made the same thing for CK2 when I played it, but right now I haven't played it in some time. I might make it one day, I don't promise anything though haha

About the mod: This mod actually makes sense, much much more than the nonsense Paradox showed for the sake of balance. We aren't that divided. I actually thought of putting Poles into a subgroup 'Rebelious Slavs' due to the failed russification process that triggered several uprisings but I took it more as a joke than an actual idea I'd make real :D

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gesaffs
gesaffs

thats really cheeki breeki nice!

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Lokislav Creator
Lokislav

thanks mate, hope you'll have fun with it, I certainly did :D

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