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    Default Two variables to globaly adjust settlement growth

    There are two variables that determine the number of population growth you need to get one population point. You find both in campaign_variables.

    For the first population point the needed growth is: 'number of province regions' * province_development_threshold_cal_points_addition

    For each additional point a fixed value is added according to this formula: 'number of provice regions' * province_development_threshold_calc_points_multiplier

    The vanilla values for these variables are 3 and 2. Therefore a four region province needs 4 * 3 = 12 growth for the first population point. For each additional point 4*2 is added, so the 2nd point needs 20 growth, the third 28, and so on. With these two variables you can determine the speed of settlement growth without having to change all growth values for buildings, agents, technologies and the like, which may be handy for mods with several turns per year that want to slow down the game progression. Keep in mind that these variables are used for other campaigns like CiG too.

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    Default Re: Two variables to globaly adjust settlement growth

    where do I find those variables?
    NVM, found them...
    Last edited by Ritmas; December 29, 2013 at 04:08 PM.

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    Default Re: Two variables to globaly adjust settlement growth

    There is a much much simpiler way to do it.

    Just change the growth required for a new slot for each of the 4 levels. If you want 2tpy then multiply them by x2 and like wise for any further increase in tpy.

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    Default Re: Two variables to globaly adjust settlement growth

    Magnar, where do you find this in the packs? What is it called please?
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