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4000 leaders nearly hung the game. I got at least one 6 in Fire, Shock, and Manuever, and a handful of 4s in Siege, but no 5.
After 2000 more draws I got a siege 6 conquistador.
Yes, this is possible via event! (Can't go below zero, though, since negative numbers indicate a female leader, not negative tradition.)
In 5000 leaders, there were only five Fire/Shock/Maneuver of 2.
- They do, but this was first implemented after the El Dorado expansion and 1.10 patch. --Chrras (talk) 11:15, 8 March 2015 (CET)
Rulers & military skill
1.10: Pips for Conquistadores/Explorers, Generals/Admirals
Considering the 1.10 patch has now slightly lowered the pips of conquistadors and explorers, I did some testing. Here are the results:Conquistadors, 100 Tradition
Conquistadors, 0 Tradition
I'll be doing generals and admirals eventually, 100 and 0 tradition, as I think Mapleyy said the 1.1 ones Ziggley did were out of date? I'm unsure whether explorers are necessary, as they'll nearly definitely be the same pip averages as Conquistadores. Once done, I'll update the main page as well as give some stats (averages, dif. in generals/conquistadors etc) --TheWinner (talk) 14:08, 3 March 2015 (CET)
- I did some testing yesterday and found results which deviated a rather lot from Ziggley's at 0 tradition (albeit a sample of 100 isn't very comprehensive in the first place); I'll see if I can gather some stats for generals and admirals as well. Mapleyy (talk) 14:55, 3 March 2015 (CET)
Generals, 100 Tradition
Generals, 0 Tradition
Admirals, 0 Tradition
Admirals, 100 Tradition
monarch death chance
Maneuver speed bonus
Does anyone know the exact amount each pip of maneuver increases army speed? I did some quick testing by spawning in generals with 1–10 maneuver (via console), then seeing how long it would take for an army with that general to reach each of four adjacent provinces. Here's the raw data if anyone's interested:
|Maneuver Pips||Province 1||Province 2||Province 3||Province 4|
Best I can figure by fitting numbers is it's about 3% per pip, but not quite all the numbers fit—I attribute that to the fact that I only have integer days to work with while the engine is probably actually dealing with more precise distances under the hood and rounding them, but I'd like to know if anyone knows for sure. —Philadelphus (talk) 03:01, 17 October 2016 (CEST)
Formula for pip pools
The formula for the leader pip pool is no longer accurate and hasn't been accurate since patch 1.23. AFAIK, Paradox hasn't released the new formula used and since the tooltip now displays the pip pool range for you, maybe they feel it's not really necessary to know the exact formula. Here's a table to use that shows the pip range at each tradition breakdown. But without the formula there's no way to know the actual probability.
As you can see there's now 3 calculations being done at 16⅔ percent intervals to determine the minimum and maximum pips.
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I wanted to restructure the intro but ended up putting too much information into it. I think the page needs a restructure along the who-what-how-why in that order, with a few extra sections put in to update for cost changes, drilling improvements, etc.
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Stars of the general?
I got a 3-star general with 6/5/2/2 pips. If we put this into the equation on this page, he will be 2-star. Does someone know the actual equation? The current equation is weird because [(maneuver+siege)/18] will always be 0. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 16:23, 15 June 2019 (CEST)
- I restored the initially posted formula which makes more sense to me. – Lillebror (talk) 03:54, 16 June 2019 (UTC)
1.30.3 : 4/5/3/1 is 3* I can screen if needed. Anyway if the formula can be "rounded" it's 2.72 Star : So maybe the game round the "star" normaly. In this case a 4/5/0/1 - 5/4/1/0 - 3/3/5/5 Should be 3* examples with the badest stats if the formula is correct.