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How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Sokar408 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 05:05

Same as with CK2 standard? (as in; A chance of getting either mothers or fathers culture)

Also can you tutor a child to become another culture?
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Toccs » Wed Jan 06, 2016 06:40

Sokar408 wrote:Same as with CK2 standard? (as in; A chance of getting either mothers or fathers culture)


Yep, the same as vanilla. As far as I know all of that stuff is hardcoded anyway.

Sokar408 wrote:Also can you tutor a child to become another culture?


Yes there is a chance of the child becoming their guardian's culture.
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Sokar408 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 06:49

Toccs wrote:
Sokar408 wrote:Same as with CK2 standard? (as in; A chance of getting either mothers or fathers culture)


Yep, the same as vanilla. As far as I know all of that stuff is hardcoded anyway.

Sokar408 wrote:Also can you tutor a child to become another culture?


Yes there is a chance of the child becoming their guardian's culture.


Guess I have some insanely bad luck with the last 8 children xD (trying to make them west valyrian)
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by tirion1987 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 13:43

They inherit the father's culture and religion, unless they are from a matrilineal marriage. Not sure about seduction by female player. Also, if the baby is born in jail it's culture and religion will be the same as the jailor's.
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Bertxav » Wed Jan 06, 2016 15:45

Toccs wrote:
Sokar408 wrote:Same as with CK2 standard? (as in; A chance of getting either mothers or fathers culture)


Yep, the same as vanilla. As far as I know all of that stuff is hardcoded anyway.

Sokar408 wrote:Also can you tutor a child to become another culture?


Yes there is a chance of the child becoming their guardian's culture.


What? I thought that the child couldn't culture shift in this mod! My poor high valyrians are in constant danger then!
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by blackninja9939 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 17:15

Culture conversion for children can happen, just not provinces.
Also children of the high, western or east valyrian cultures do not convert to that of their guardians. Nor do children convert to the culture of their guardian if the guardian is high, western or east valyrian.
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Sokar408 » Wed Jan 06, 2016 19:45

blackninja9939 wrote:Culture conversion for children can happen, just not provinces.
Also children of the high, western or east valyrian cultures do not convert to that of their guardians. Nor do children convert to the culture of their guardian if the guardian is high, western or east valyrian.


But if one of the parents are high/west/east valyrian, the child has a change of being born as one?
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by hjkh123 » Fri Jan 08, 2016 09:56

the culture in a regular marriage will always be the fathers and in a matrilineal it'll be the mothers
ethnicity is the one that can (normally) be either parent's, with half-summer islanders having a shot at turning out dornish instead of the lighter skinned races
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Sokar408 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 17:57

Sorry for necro'ing

blackninja9939 wrote:Culture conversion for children can happen, just not provinces.
Also children of the high, western or east valyrian cultures do not convert to that of their guardians. Nor do children convert to the culture of their guardian if the guardian is high, western or east valyrian.


Is this still valid?
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by blackninja9939 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 18:13

Yes, if it had changed then it would have been mentioned in the change log
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Soulbourne » Thu Apr 06, 2017 15:08

What other mixed ethnicities combos are there? Assuming dornish isn't the only one.
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Re: How does inheriting culture work?

PostPosted by Sokar408 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 18:01

blackninja9939 wrote:Yes, if it had changed then it would have been mentioned in the change log


I totally forgot! The reason I asked, was that with the "Valyrian Culling" option, it says turning it off, will allow conversion to high valyrian. What does this mean then?
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