Conclave is the latest major expansion for Crusader Kings II, and its release is accompanied by a new Content Pack to bring the majesty and diversity of the Middle Ages to life on your computer.
Conclave will give your vassals some bite, as the council that governs your realm will now demand some say in how you rule. Keep your council happy, and the mighty vassals will resist the pull of faction and civil war. Dismiss their interests, though, and you may find yourself trying to hold together a council at war with itself. There are also major changes to childhood education, laws, and marriage alliances.
The Conclave Content Pack pack includes:
Corners of the Earth Building Pack: Pyramids of Giza, Petra, Hadrianís Wall, Charlemagneís Palace, Visby Ringmur, and the Agra Fort appear on the map
Finno-Ugric Portrait Pack: New faces for this northern nation
Indian Boats Unit Pack and Arabic Boats Unit Pack
Mongol/Steppe Male and Female Councilor Model Pack
Western/Christian Female Councilor Model Pack
New Event Pictures and one new loading screen: because we love our artists
It's a Content pack - you may say it should be part of the expansion DLC, but it's not - if you wish to experience Conclave expansion to it's fullest - you're pretty much forced to buy this DLC as well, even if it feels like it's just a few things forcefully cut from the expansion itself just to sell it for bigger cash. Nonetheless - you should think twice atm about buying either the Conclave expansion or this Content Pack - because while the content itself is quite good (even if in Content Pack you only get one Unit Pack and one Building Pack, rest are just skins and models) the patch that comes with it breaks your pre-patch alliances and may as well destroy your existing gameplays. So if you wish to continue your games, avoid it at least for now, if you wish to start a new game, get Conclave expansion together with this DLC.
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