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Relive those days of empire building from the Reconquista to the treasure fleets in Europa Universalis IV: Golden Century, a new immersion pack from Paradox Development Studios.

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Mild Violence
Columbus might not have been the first, but he was the most important. His voyages to the New World were quickly exploited by an ascendant Spanish Crown, leading that great Catholic kingdom to over a century of dominance at the center of European politics. The gold of the Aztecs and silver of Peru laid the foundations of a global empire that stretched from Mexico to Madrid to Manila. Relive those days of empire building from the Reconquista to the treasure fleets in Europa Universalis IV: Golden Century, a new immersion pack from Paradox Development Studios.

Features of Golden Century include:

  • Minority Expulsion: Settle your distant colonies with homeland minorities, promoting greater cohesion at home, while adding more diversity to your subject nations.
  • Establish Orders: Iberian nations can appoint Jesuit, Franciscan or Dominican clerics to govern their states to reduce unrest or ease conversion..
  • New Mission Trees: New missions and objectives for the nations of Iberia and Northwest Africa, including Spain and Andalucia.
  • Pirate Republics: Play as or combat against pirate nations in dangerous sea zones, with their own flavor and game style.
  • Flagships: Appoint a Flagship to lead your navy, adding combat and trade power to your fleets.
  • Naval Barrage: Use your ships to help besiege coastal forts by bombarding the walls.

Golden Century includes:

  • New Iberian Army Units: 20 unique infantry units for Granada/Andalucia, Navarra, Leon/Galicia, Salé and Pirates.
  • New Iberian Ship Models: 17 new ship models for the Iberian nations (Portugal, Spain, Aragon, Navarra, Galicia, Leon, Andalucia and Granada.)
  • New Berber Ship Models: 17 new ship models for Berber nations (Morocco, Tlemcen, Algiers, Tunis, Fezzan, Mzab, Toggourt, Djerid, Tripoli, Tafilalt, Sus, Fez, Salé.)
  • New Music: 10 to 12 minutes of original music inspired by the discovery of the New World.

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  1. Mostly decent
    by Cristi P., Romania - Feb 22nd 2019

    Pretty big boosts to Spain in this DLC, mission trees additions are always nice, and minority expulsion is an interesting mechanic for colonizers (though it annoyingly keeps your colonist permanently tied up for the duration). Holy orders don't make much sense to me, it's just another button to click to spend excess mana points. Really bizarre that you can't remove them from a state afterwards too. Flagships are just mildly interesting, and naval barrage feels kind of pointless outside of a few edge cases.

    As with all DLC, read through the full list of features to see if anything screams out at you before buying. This one in particular is kind of niche, I can't really think of any vital improvements introduced here. I appreciate efforts made by Paradox to keep pumping out new content, but it's also quite annoying to see so many bugs and regressions slip into new releases. After a DLC release like this, you typically have to wait for a couple of hotfix patches before you can really get started on a full campaign. Some dodgy design decisions in there as well (like more restrictive conditions for moving you capital off-continent) makes some people want to revert to earlier patches.

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