Total War: Rome 2 Discussion
For those of you that are concerned about the large amount of gold given to you via the trainer and how it makes getting Trade Agreements a pain without filling their coffers, I've found this neat little trick that seems to work fairly frequently.
When making a payment, START with the DEMAND option highlighted, and the increments will be based on THEIR treasury, not yours. When you flip the option from "DEMAND" to "OFFER" it keeps the amount!
That's how I was able to make allies, form trade, etc. without giving them tons of gold.
Well the issue that I've been having, that I'm assuming others have, is by having such a large amount of gold from the Trainer, any Trade Agreement or Alliance you try to make means you can either offer 0 gold, or like 9,000,000. Nothing in-between, and no one wants to let another faction have that much gold.
So this tip is intended to be a means of offering smaller chunks of gold. Instead of starting off with "Pay Gold" selected, where each tick of the arrow will increase the amount by several million, instead start with the "Demand Gold". That number will be much smaller, and based on their Treasury, which is substantially smaller than yours.
Once you have an amount you want to give, switch the option from "Demand Gold" back to "Pay Gold", and that value will remain the same.
The only downside is that you are then limited to the total assets of the enemy faction. If Sparta, for instance, only had 10,000 gold, but would require 15,000 to form an alliance with them, this won't work, but you can offer up to the 10,000 with this trick.
It is a nice tip though.
why are you even here if you dont use the trainer? also why does your profile show youve made -51 posts?
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