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Dark World Reborn
Requires Crusader Kings 2. In my testing I used version 3.3.3
Part of the Succubus Seduction path uses the Way of Life DLC (you can just opt to not use the Kiss of Seduction if you don't have that DLC)

Part of the Societies may call on content from the Monk and Mystics expansion.

 

Mod:
Dark World Reborn v1.84a

 

Drax70's Event Image Alternatives: https://www.loverslab.com/topic/57549-mod-ck2-dark-world-reborn-updated-17may2020/page/192/?tab=comments#comment-3039523

 

Mod Installation:

With the game getting so many new players since it went free to play, I've finally broken down and put together some installation instructions. So now folks can simply be referred to the front page of either the mod download or the support page.

Spoiler

NOTE: I use a program called 7-Zip for creating zipped files and extracting them. 7-Zip is a free, open source program. You can either search for it in your search engine of choice, or trust that I'm pointing you in the right direction with their home page: https://www.7-zip.org/

 

Additional note: I use Windows. I don't offer installation support for other platforms, because I can't replicate them. So hopefully you're familiar enough with your operating system if it isn't Windows, to figure things out.

 

Common mistake Warning: Crusader Kings has two mod folders. The one that is located in the game's main files (your Steam game installation directory), IS NOT the location you want. In fact, the game tries to make that clear, as there is a file there that is even named: DontPutModsHere.txt

 

Step 1: If it's your first time installing the mod, download the most recent version from this site (this site being lovers lab, where you're looking at these instructions. Sometimes I will leave a prior version up, especially if the latest version posted is a larger upgrade or not fully tested.

 

Step 2: put the file you downloaded into your mod folder. Your mod folder most likely should be located in your Documents folders. For example: Documents\Paradox Interactive\Crusader Kings II\mod. If you don't have a mod folder there, create one. Now, if you've no other mods, it should look something like this.

install_1.jpg

 

Step 3: Now extract the file contents into the folder. In using 7-Zip, I just have to right click on the file, hover over 7-Zip, and then I can select Extract Here. If you use a different extraction program, it should have a similar option. An example of what it would look like is below.

install_2.jpg

 

Step 4: If you've done things correctly, in your mod folder, you should now have a folder called Dark World Reborn, and a file called Dark World Reborn.mod. You can now delete the original file you downloaded (in this example it is DarkWorldReborn_174.7z), or leave it there. Which ever is your preference. An example of what it would look like is below.

 

install_3.jpg

 

Step 5: Now, start up your game. On the starting CK2 screen, you should notice two tabs. One for DLC, one for Mods. Click on the Mod tab and ensure that the Dark World Reborn mod is checked. Example image below.

 

install_4.jpg

Step 6: After choosing your starting conditions (era, ruler), the game will start up and show the Game Rules. You can verify that the mod is being seen by scrolling down to the bottom of the rule section. As of these directions, there are 15 different Dark World Reborn related Game Rule options for you to fine tune the content you'd see. They don't all begin with Dark World, but they should all appear after the first block, which is shown in the screen shot example below.

install_5.jpg

 

Step 7: Play and enjoy. Now, depending on what rules you selected, will impact what things you end up seeing. Some rules impact more content than others. Many things require you to actually build certain buildings in your capital before they become active, or events may expect a certain trait. So play and see what appears, and experiment with your rules to fine tune things if some content isn't to your liking.

 

Compatibility:
 

The goal of Dark World Reborn will to make it as compatible as possible with other mods, when it is reasonable. Make me aware of an issue and I'll see if it can be addressed.

 

What is this mod:

Dark World Reborn is intended to be an adult fantasy mod. If you're not interested in the fantasy elements, there is still other content in the mod - from buildings such as brothels and slave markets, to events such as spending time with your loved one.

 

This game has numerous Game Rules that can be used to fine tune your play experience if something doesn't interest you.

 

Setting:

Man kind rules the Earth. The mod includes the potential to have non-human races. However, this mod doesn't introduce them in any large numbers. That is because mankind has driven the non-human races into near extinction. Those that survive are in hiding, living in the fringes of civilization. So outside of a pair of major NPC's that get seeded (Fenris the wolf, Vlad the vampire), other non-humans may or may not be encountered during game play.


It is important to note that Mankind predated many of the races and outnumbered them when they appeared. The appearance of many races took place during a phenomena that sages sometimes refer to as The Crossing. For about a century, Earth and the world of the Fae had a convergence, where some of their natives crossed over. To most of the world, this convergence is nothing more than another fable, yet the genetic mark of those that crossed over remains.


NOTE: Some other mods go heavier on the non-human races, seeding them throughout the world. Dark World Reborn strives to be mod friendly, so using DWR with those other mods should be fine.

 

Game Rule - Dark World Campaign:

One of the Dark World Reborn has a game rules is 'Dark World Campaigns'. It is important to realize that this is just a quick start way to get some traits (such as starting as a Vampire), along with a narrative to help create a mind set for play. You can totally ignore the narrative, it's just meant to help those interested with a role-playing angle. A few campaigns do include special events specific to that campaign. For example - Rise of the Pack where you start as a Werewolf, gives you a narrative of being tasked by Fenris with helping the werewolves achieve dominance over mankind. At some point after you start, you'll get an event unique to this campaign where he sends you some aid and a potential courtier.

 

If you select a campaign, you'll need to trigger it manually. Look at the Decisions on the Intrigue menu for your campaign start.

 

Note: If you do something like select the 'Rise of the Pack' Campaign, but turn off 'Classic Monsters' - you'll bork things up and not get your decision. Reason being, Werewolves are considered Classic Monster content. So don't defeat yourself.


So why start with a campaign option? Some folks want to start as a Vampire. Due to randomization, if you don't start as one, it could be years into the game before the chance appeared, and then, it might result in death instead of being turned.

 

Non-Human Races:

Note: there are no 'True Bloods' in DWR. While mankind was successful in pushing non-humans to extinction, those non-human races live on via descendants that are part human/part non-human. It's one reason non-human races are able to largely hide, by passing off as normal humans, unless they do something that exposes their heritage. So it's a planet with a bunch of half-breeds if you want to get picky.


Now, many of those half-breeds have been accepted over time. Especially those who don't have a history of violence against humans. Still, people in general still are wary of the weird, and while they may not be automatically hostile towards some, there may still be a negative opinion hit.

 

Spoiler

Symbiotes, Tentacle-kin: These beings are born from something not of this world. Worse, they can potentially infect a normal person. This infection can also go unrecognized, as these beings can withdraw to hide within their host, seeming human. Some are so powerful, they can even transform their host in some undesirable fashion.


Therianthropes: Shapeshifters can be found in the tales told by just about every culture. These shapeshifters are also widely seen to be spirit related. What tends to be different between cultures is the type of animal that changes from a human to animal form. Some are also seen as being more benevolent while others seek to harm humanity. The following animal kin, are types of therianthropes in DWR. In DWR, these beings are viewed to have the ability to control their transformation and can range from human to a variety of hybrids to full animal.

  • Wolf (Werewolves): In DWR, these are one of the most aggressive types of therianthropes. Wolves by nature don't come in regular direct conflict with mankind. However, the bonding of the wolf spirit with man has made a dangerous mix, as the darker side of man seems to bleed over and negatively influence the wolf spirit, often times making it more hostile than it would be naturally.
  • Hyena: Hyena-kin have had periods of conflict with mankind, which gives many a bad name. They don't normally seek alpha type dominance like the Wolf, yet they like to take what's not theirs. Leading to raids when in packs. They never obtained the notoriety of the wolf, as hyena's also tend to in-fighting, clearly having a weaker pack/community structure when put under pressure.
  • Dog: Rare. Seen as generally having a good relation with mankind. While people love dogs, dog-kin can face ridicule by many, and are pointed to as an example of avoiding bestiality. (Remember, in DWR, people are dicks, so being different will still equal negative opinions)
  • Horse: (Centaurs are seen as a hybrid form) Like the dog description above.
  • Cat: (Nekos) A very checkered history, as they've been both helpful and damaging. They're considered to be part of the non-violent non-human side, really only because they so rarely group together, when they're petty and vile, their damage is typically limited and focused.
  • Fox: (Kitsune) Similar to the cat description above.
  • Goat: (Satyr) Not really in good with a number of religious organizations, as some view them as demonic - thanks to anger and a smear campaign over women being seduced by a very virile Satyr. Religious denunciation aside, they're viewed as part of the non-violent group.
  • Bear: Fearsome, yet largely solitary and keep to themselves unless provoked. Have risen against both the wolf and hyena in the past, so they're viewed in the non-violent towards humans side of the fence.
  • Bull: (Minotaur) They're viewed as one of the violent factions, largely due to the destructive nature and mythos surrounding minotaurs. Truthfully, they're one of the lesser violent ones, but the rumors about them breed fear.
  • Fish: (Mermaid, Mermen, Sharken) Viewed as non-violent, even those that are shark folk, although sailors may have a different view point. Folks on land, tend to romanticize them, while sailors are known to hunt them.
  • Frog: Viewed as non-violent. Viewed to have come about via a curse by most. Leads to a lot of ladies kissing male Frog-kin hoping for a prince.
  • Snake: Viewed as violent. Realistically they're no worse than the Cat or Fox, yet visually they freak people out, and there's that whole devil appearing as a snake in the Garden of Eden thing.
  • Monkey: Viewed similar to the dog, although there are tales of them falling to corruption, only to then later redeem themselves.
  • Tiger: (Rakshasa) Viewed as violent maneaters to many in the East. Since they're rarer elsewhere, the few examples of good are heavily obscured by the bad, leaving them as being seen as one of the violent non-human races.
  • Spider: Viewed as violent. Looks alone freak out most, even more so than the Snake. Doesn't help that most stories involve them eating humans.
  • Rabbit: Viewed as non-violent. Have a really nasty rumor about being overly promiscuous.
  • Elephant: Viewed as non-violent, wise, and freaky looking.
  • Platypi: Viewed as non-violent, un-wise, and freaky looking.

 

Dragons: Said to be completely killed off, although it's said that in the past, some took human form, and as such, could have descendants with dragon blood just waiting to awaken. Due to the extreme dragon hunting efforts from the past, due to the towns razed by dragons, anyone who did have their blood awaken could be viewed as part of the violent non-human group.


Demons: (Succubus, Incubus) The offspring of an unholy union. Most religions and as such, society in general view the offspring as being unredeemable. So they're automatically in the violent non-human side, while the truth has shown that many of these individuals are more lovers than fighters.


Angels: Children from a divine union at some point. They're widely accepted, although there are instances of human purists, lumping in angel-kin among the non-humans and hunting them as well.


Orc: Linked to the lands of the fae, these beings once crossed over and waged war in certain areas. Those that crossed over were wiped out, yet their raids and raping left their genetic mark. Those unfortunate enough to have this genetic mark appear, can find themselves grouped with the violent non-humans.


Elf: Said to have originated from the land of the fae like the Orcs. They were fewer in number, yet appeared to aid mankind in defeating the orcs, and then returned back to the fae when done. While here, they did take the occasional human lover. Similar to angels in how they're widely accepted - yet in the right circumstance can still be hunted down by purists.


Fae: (Fairies, brownies, gnomes) Those with fae blood, are more likely to be mistaken as having elf blood, largely because of how rare it was for these beings to procreate with humans. Mainly because of a difference in stature, yet in some instances, fae magic would allow a temporary transformation. And well, sex happened. Part of the non-violent side.


Genie: It is said that all genies are actually cursed humans. Beings that sought power, and in finding it, have become trapped by it. The fact that it isn't passed genetically lends credence to it being a curse.


Nymph: Believed to be different from the fae, as nymphs are said to be actual Earth spirits, and their appearance in lore predates stories that are associated with the convergence. The only non-human race that is also only passed from Mother to daughter. There are no males who are known to bear the Nymph traits. Viewed as non-violent.


Vampire: They feed off of mankind, and as such, as viewed in the same vein as the parasitic symbiotes. Easily falling on the violent non-human side of things.


Undead: (Ghoul, Reanimate - think Frankenstein, Lich) The dead are supposed to stay dead. Viewed as a violent non-human, especially since they're usually brought back to fight humans, or someone used unholy methods to create them.

 

Non-Human Tolerance Law
There are three stages. By default, any non-human race that is viewed as generally being a violent non-human species, can be arrested (via targeted decision). The law can be changed from the middle, to be completely tolerant (all non-humans are accepted), or to completely intolerant (all non-humans are criminal).
Outside of the targeted decision to attempt to arrest someone, additional events may be influenced by the level of the law. For example - if your land sees all non-humans as criminals, then a non-human may opt to avoid your lands (thus preventing an event from firing).

 

Heroes and Villains Content:

Spoiler
  • This portion of the mod adds NPCs and events related to Superheroes and Supervillains.
  • Be a hero or villain
    • Rulers have the ability to identify themselves as a hero or a villain (trait via Decision)
    • Declare a Nemesis (via Targeted Decision - right clicking on the target's portrait)
    • Recruit other heroes or villains like yourself.
      • Requires a Lair or Hall to be built
      • Due to only having 4 options, and one being a generic villain or hero, it will only list up to 3 named recruit options. Check back after hiring one of the 3 named and another name may then appear.
      • Not every Heroes and Villains NPC in the game comes via recruitment. A number of them come through random events.
  • New traits
    • Some related to heroes and villains, such as Agile, Mind Control, or Resilience
    • Some related to races, such as symbiotes, demon-kin, or therianthropes
    • And a trio of age cheat traits for those wanting to use the Ruler Designer to build your own ruler
  • Construct special buildings
    • Lairs and Halls for use by any heroes or villains
    • Great Inn - an investment to help your economy - additional game play interactions coming
    • Wizard Tower - additional game play interactions coming
  • Related Game Rule
    • NPC Respawn - Off by default, if you want to see NPCs have a chance to reappear, then enable this. After all, heroes and villains are always coming back aren't they?
  • Random Events
    • Some related to heroes or villains you may have recruited
    • Others meant to add variety to game play in general
  • Potential nicknames for those who are heroic or villainous
  • Numerous quality of life options such as being able to use a Targeted Decision to remove a custom portrait you don't like, or forbid a target from giving themselves one at all

What is coming next:

- More content (new events)

- Vampire feeding tweaks (feed on slaves!)

- Simplify, overhaul slavery

 

What is planned for the future (in no particular order):

- Overhaul the arena interaction

- Revisit Alchemist and Emporium shopping, merging some into the Wizard Tower shopping.

- Revisit the 2 societies and determine whether they'll get more content or be removed

 

Special Thanks:

 

- ReMeDy for the assistance on the Custom Portraits mod, and your time in answering both my questions and those of some other folks in the support thread.
- Genericlogin for his Christianity mod that got me interested in modding for CK2 in the first place

- Lockeslylcrit and the work that was done over the past year with DWF.

- Drax70 for a variety of image resizing and event contributions.

- Jim Raynor for some event contributions.
- Aliris, RustiYeti, YiffMeister, ngppgn, JIBECaid01, Veedanya, Sybreal for code or icon art contributions.
- ngppgn's work on making a larger event window (original resource: http://www.loverslab.com/topic/74137-bigger-events/)

- Dem8840 for contributing some story and item ideas
- Black Yoru, NeoSniper and others for various compatibility/patch mods that have helped others enjoy the mod.
- Lover's Lab for having this environment.
- Paradox for making CK2 so mod friendly and the continued support and content releases.

Dark World Reborn Change Log History

 

Change Log:

v1.84a (Dark World Reborn)
    - Fixed an issue where the slave sale was not scoping to a ruler npc, causing a move to court error. (thx TrxXx and Drax70)

 

v1.84 (Dark World Reborn)
    - NOTE: This update is compatible with Save Games created with DWR version 1.83. Save games with prior versions of DWR will break.
    - Small update for those rulers (players) being on the receiving end of Mind Control attempts - it originally was not intended, however, as the mod has added mind_control characters, players can now befaced with being on the receiving end. (thx for pointing out the oversight Threvston and Solrane)
    - Fixed an issue with localization not displaying money from a prostitute slave (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where races that do not have a coming out of their skin type decision, were not receiving the chance for a custom image when they became an adult. (thx Doomsday8931)
    - Fixed an issue where vassal vampires could raid your prison cells and feed. Changed the scope of effect from realm to court. (thx Yanslana)
    - Fixed an issue where some vampires were able to do vampire things, even when they were prisoners. (thx Yanslana)
    - Fixed an issue where one could double-dip on Lich knowledge (not that it provided any additional benefit) (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where Fenris would take an Alpha and make her into a Bitch, which is not supposed to happen. (thx aMemorandum)
    - Fixed an issue where making an imprisoned ruler into a slave had them retain their rule and leave your court. They now abdicate if they are a ruler. (thx Drax70)
    - Fixed an oversight where we were selling slaves, while letting them keep their money (thx Drax70)
    - Fixed an issue with some logic for the Fortune potion (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where the Futa potion in the Wizard Tower was not also giving you a cock (thx TrxXx)

 

v1.83 (Dark World Reborn)
    - SAVE GAMES FILES PRIOR TO THIS MOD RELEASE ARE NOT COMPATIBLE
    - More events (more ball related random events, hero and villain events, more annual randoms, more events than I kept track of)
    - Contribution from TrxXx - New Courtly motivation decisions for spiritual and steward council positions (steward is tribal specific), new background for big events, tweaked the dimensions a bit for improved image layout on the new background.
    - Contribution from Jim Raynor - event series that can trigger when trying to visit a concubine, and a random for bad, bad priests
    - Contribution from Drax70 - some new images, and existing image resize adjustments.
    - Finished fleshing out the decision events for the Vampires using their prisoners.
    - Family Palace has its own slavery dungeons that can be built (finally)
    - Slaves are now a valid feeding target for Vampires
    - Rise of the Pack now offers an option to start as a submissive werewolf (omega or bitch)
    - New npcs, heroes, villains
    - Orc Campaign start updated
    - Slavery streamlined (Get a Prisoner - Brand them and they become a slave who is pulled into your court, then use or sell them)
    - NOTE: Using male slave events route over to "Spend Time With" type events. I took a look for some good using male slave images, did not find any, and did not have the desire to continue looking. I welcome any image and event narration related to using male slaves and I will handle the coding side of things. Shoot me a direct message through LoversLab if interested.
    - If you have an arena, you can specify a slave to become a Gladiator, which makes them a part of your Arena Stable
    - Holy shit! Changes to the arena as well! You can finally have gladiators fight for glory/money/whatever!
    - Minor edits to the Alice in Wonderland content
    - Removed a few more obsolete images and their mod references
    - Orc players have the opportunity to get an event that will allow the creation of Goblin Dens, which include special units. This was a test, and plans are for similar special units for other races. Also - the Goblin Horde content is not complete. I pretty much added enough to test some things out regarding special units.
    - Fixed an issue where a therianthrope using a bitch had a bad scope call (thx KhorneFury)
    - Fixed an issue where the Werewolf Blood potion was clearing a flag instead of the modifier - allowing unlimited uses (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with a Blood Moon flag that was not clearing (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with the Hero Hall and Villain Lair buildings that could result in a error.log entry for non-fuedal rulers. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with some flags not getting cleared on the old Shopping events. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where motivating the Chancellor could result in a success and failure if both the ruler and Chancellor are the same sex (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed where a couple events were using an old bestiality flag instead of the new game rule, which was ommiting content. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where the Gender Bender bonus trait was not adding a cock size for Futa characters. (thx Inevitably)
    - Fixed an issue with one event that could loop back onto itself. (thx Time Seeker)

 

v1.82 (Dark World Reborn)
    - More events (new yearly random; more Omega Male and Bitch events)
    - Tweaked on_yearly_pulse values to hopefully result in things happening a little more frequently.
    - Dark Knight random even should only run once for people with Heroes/Villains game rule off.
    - Contributed content from Drax70 (some image replacements and resizing for uniformity)
    - Contributed content from Jim Raynor (Visit random event - requires a Polygamy situation)
    - Replaced a couple smaller mod images with larger versions for the larger event window. Removed some old unused images.
    - New decision to specifically go out and use a bitch or omega male (can be used against players if the player is a bitch or omega)
    - New decision for vampires to target prisoners for feeding, making thralls, mentally ruining, or turning into vampires.
    - Vampire thralls, and sired vampires are now obedient for a time period (character modifier flag that ensures they agree to your demands politically)
    - Fixed a bad naming convention in the Painting event that was causing a CTD. (thx Tom Cucker)
    - Fixed the Omega Male and Bitch start. The Omega Male had the change for pregnancy instead of the Bitch...
    - Fixed a few is_visible checks on some traits where I got my FROM and ROOT perspective mixed up.

 


What's New in Version 1.84a

Released

Change Log:

v1.84a (Dark World Reborn)
    - Fixed an issue where the slave sale was not scoping to a ruler npc, causing a move to court error. (thx TrxXx and Drax70)

 

v1.84 (Dark World Reborn)
    - NOTE: This update is compatible with Save Games created with DWR version 1.83. Save games with prior versions of DWR will break.
    - Small update for those rulers (players) being on the receiving end of Mind Control attempts - it originally was not intended, however, as the mod has added mind_control characters, players can now befaced with being on the receiving end. (thx for pointing out the oversight Threvston and Solrane)
    - Fixed an issue with localization not displaying money from a prostitute slave (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where races that do not have a coming out of their skin type decision, were not receiving the chance for a custom image when they became an adult. (thx Doomsday8931)
    - Fixed an issue where vassal vampires could raid your prison cells and feed. Changed the scope of effect from realm to court. (thx Yanslana)
    - Fixed an issue where some vampires were able to do vampire things, even when they were prisoners. (thx Yanslana)
    - Fixed an issue where one could double-dip on Lich knowledge (not that it provided any additional benefit) (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where Fenris would take an Alpha and make her into a Bitch, which is not supposed to happen. (thx aMemorandum)
    - Fixed an issue where making an imprisoned ruler into a slave had them retain their rule and leave your court. They now abdicate if they are a ruler. (thx Drax70)
    - Fixed an oversight where we were selling slaves, while letting them keep their money (thx Drax70)
    - Fixed an issue with some logic for the Fortune potion (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where the Futa potion in the Wizard Tower was not also giving you a cock (thx TrxXx)

 

v1.83 (Dark World Reborn)
    - SAVE GAMES FILES PRIOR TO THIS MOD RELEASE ARE NOT COMPATIBLE
    - More events (more ball related random events, hero and villain events, more annual randoms, more events than I kept track of)
    - Contribution from TrxXx - New Courtly motivation decisions for spiritual and steward council positions (steward is tribal specific), new background for big events, tweaked the dimensions a bit for improved image layout on the new background.
    - Contribution from Jim Raynor - event series that can trigger when trying to visit a concubine, and a random for bad, bad priests
    - Contribution from Drax70 - some new images, and existing image resize adjustments.
    - Finished fleshing out the decision events for the Vampires using their prisoners.
    - Family Palace has its own slavery dungeons that can be built (finally)
    - Slaves are now a valid feeding target for Vampires
    - Rise of the Pack now offers an option to start as a submissive werewolf (omega or bitch)
    - New npcs, heroes, villains
    - Orc Campaign start updated
    - Slavery streamlined (Get a Prisoner - Brand them and they become a slave who is pulled into your court, then use or sell them)
    - NOTE: Using male slave events route over to "Spend Time With" type events. I took a look for some good using male slave images, did not find any, and did not have the desire to continue looking. I welcome any image and event narration related to using male slaves and I will handle the coding side of things. Shoot me a direct message through LoversLab if interested.
    - If you have an arena, you can specify a slave to become a Gladiator, which makes them a part of your Arena Stable
    - Holy shit! Changes to the arena as well! You can finally have gladiators fight for glory/money/whatever!
    - Minor edits to the Alice in Wonderland content
    - Removed a few more obsolete images and their mod references
    - Orc players have the opportunity to get an event that will allow the creation of Goblin Dens, which include special units. This was a test, and plans are for similar special units for other races. Also - the Goblin Horde content is not complete. I pretty much added enough to test some things out regarding special units.
    - Fixed an issue where a therianthrope using a bitch had a bad scope call (thx KhorneFury)
    - Fixed an issue where the Werewolf Blood potion was clearing a flag instead of the modifier - allowing unlimited uses (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with a Blood Moon flag that was not clearing (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with the Hero Hall and Villain Lair buildings that could result in a error.log entry for non-fuedal rulers. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue with some flags not getting cleared on the old Shopping events. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where motivating the Chancellor could result in a success and failure if both the ruler and Chancellor are the same sex (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed where a couple events were using an old bestiality flag instead of the new game rule, which was ommiting content. (thx TrxXx)
    - Fixed an issue where the Gender Bender bonus trait was not adding a cock size for Futa characters. (thx Inevitably)
    - Fixed an issue with one event that could loop back onto itself. (thx Time Seeker)

 

v1.82 (Dark World Reborn)
    - More events (new yearly random; more Omega Male and Bitch events)
    - Tweaked on_yearly_pulse values to hopefully result in things happening a little more frequently.
    - Dark Knight random even should only run once for people with Heroes/Villains game rule off.
    - Contributed content from Drax70 (some image replacements and resizing for uniformity)
    - Contributed content from Jim Raynor (Visit random event - requires a Polygamy situation)
    - Replaced a couple smaller mod images with larger versions for the larger event window. Removed some old unused images.
    - New decision to specifically go out and use a bitch or omega male (can be used against players if the player is a bitch or omega)
    - New decision for vampires to target prisoners for feeding, making thralls, mentally ruining, or turning into vampires.
    - Vampire thralls, and sired vampires are now obedient for a time period (character modifier flag that ensures they agree to your demands politically)
    - Fixed a bad naming convention in the Painting event that was causing a CTD. (thx Tom Cucker)
    - Fixed the Omega Male and Bitch start. The Omega Male had the change for pregnancy instead of the Bitch...
    - Fixed a few is_visible checks on some traits where I got my FROM and ROOT perspective mixed up.

 



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