This mod adds the Tibetans as a playable culture in the Early Modern Era with their own Legacy Trait, Emblematic Quarter, and Emblematic Unit. No other cultures are replaced, and the mod does not change anything outside of this specific culture.
For a more detailed write-up on the history and inspiration behind this culture, see here.
**A special thank you to DocktorKain for balance and design suggestions!**
+3 Influence per State Religion Follower worldwide
+3 Unit Combat Strength on District and all adjacent Districts in Capital
+7 Faith per adjacent Mountain
+3 Faith per adjacent District
+1 Industry per Faith produced on all adjacent Districts
33 Combat Strength
Requires 1 Saltpeter
Militia unit created automatically on sieges
May only perform one move or one attack per turn
+6 Combat Combat Strength when fighting religious enemies
+3 Combat Strength when fighting on friendly district
- Military: Defensively-minded players, upon securing a source of Saltpetre, will have the Yul Dmag as intermediary gunner militia unit much stronger than medieval peasants to defend against aggression, provided you stay close to the walls to enjoy the protection of the blessing of the Ganden Phodrang. Enemies of the faith should beware the increased conviction with which they will fight. Having many Dzongs within a city will also allow more militia units to be mustered during a siege, making cities even more difficult to conquer if defended properly.
- Religious: The Dzong is best built in highly mountainous areas where they will get a higher faith bonus than if they were surrounded by other districts. Spread your faith far and wide and watch your Influence soar as well.
- Economic: Not to be underestimated, the Dzong is an enormous boon to Industry when placed adjacent to Faith-producing districts. Holy Sites, Wonders, and certain Emblematic Quarters have the potential to slingshot your production.
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