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REeduce Aggresive Expansion?
So, I decided I was a bit bored after 50+ years and decided to attack a bunch of countries and take their provinces
Now I have an aggressive expansion of 904 an nobody wants to be my friend any more :'(
Is there a console command that can let me reduce this? Or another way where I don't have to wait 904 years? I'd not saved the game and 3 years passed while I was doing all this stuff so there's no way back
OnlyLagKillsMe posted on Sep 14, 2013 11:29:51 AM - Report post
A savegame entitled "olderautosave" takes you back exactly 3 years, if your autosave is set to Yearly.
sporeman199 posted on Sep 19, 2013 2:46:39 PM - Report post
eu4wiki.com/Console_commands Go there
SunDawn posted on Oct 06, 2013 12:09:29 AM - Report post
I guess there is no way to reduce aggressive expansion. It's funny to see that we try to avoid that, but the AI seems reckless enough to use "Conquest" cassus belli in their every invasion.
Increase your prestige to a huge amount, like say 50000, and AE is gone in a year or so. Use CE to search for it, and use "value between". So lets say your prestige is displayed as 55, set value between as 55000 and 56000, rinse and repeat until you have only one.
AsG0NOiR posted on Jan 03, 2014 2:43:42 AM - Report post
For some reason this only works when you have positive yearly prestige. If it's negative it will reset to 100 every month.
The trick worked great until the HRE emp. claimed i had unlawfull territory.
armond27 posted on Jan 09, 2014 3:50:46 AM - Report post
Hats off to you the CE trick worked like a charm.
Does a value over 100 actually do anything anymore since 1.2?
[Edited by armond27, 1/9/2014 3:55:14 AM]
alaskanice posted on Jan 20, 2014 1:27:55 PM - Report post
If the prestige is not working, you can change the decay rate to have no aggression by the end of the year.
In the "00_opinion_modifiers" file under "common" folder find the "aggressive_expansion" and change the yearly decay to 1000. This was the easiest for me and it works.
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