Requires Crusader Kings II (base game) to use this DLC
Crusader Kings II: Jade Dragon allows you to interact with China for protection and technological marvels – and possibly face their wrath in the form of rebels or full-scale invasions. New gameplay features including a new Tributary system, Chinese Mercenaries, and much more will make the Transoxiana and India regions come alive with new surprises and challenges for even the most seasoned despot.
Flatter the Emperor with gifts of gold or concubines. Ask favors from the mighty prince. Stay on the good side of his appointed marshals on your borders.
Jade Dragon will feature:
● The Imperial Majesty Request: A new "China Screen" lays out the status and desires of the Emperor of China, letting you keep tabs on what he wants and how to earn his grace
● Kow-tow For Now: Submit to the Empire as a tributary, always keeping an eye on the waning power of the Emperor, so you can time your escape to freedom
● Booty and the East: Collect wondrous new Chinese artifacts for your characters; explore a new Silk Road system that adjusts returns based on China's stability
● Dictionary of Chinese Characters: New Chinese and Tibetan portraits and Chinese units bring the empire to life
● Eight New Casus Bellis: You can never have enough
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Crusader Kings 2 is pretty good game - it is pretty much Europa Universalis, only in middle ages, but what those two games have mostly in common is the Paradox DLC practice. The game itself is great, actually, but it got a lot of really pointless and downright bad DLC, like Horse Lords or Rajas of India, that had barely any content and were extremely limited. Sadly, this expansion is just like those I mentioned earlier. The idea and description sounds awesome, but the problem is that the use of this expansion is only limited to the nations of Far East (China, Japan), but what it adds is one tab for Keiser... and that's it. It feels almost like Cradle of Civilization for Europa Universalis IV, both have barely any content and both use is limited to other nations. If you don't care about those, you might not get this expansion at all, and even if you play those, you won't notice much of a change, because new models are sadly half-baked and only new event pictures look great. Overall, overpriced expansion that doesn't add much. Get it only if you either want to support developer or for completion of the game, anything else feels like a waste of money.
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