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    Default Game effects of changing starting date

    Lets say I change it in descr_strat to 193AD, and end the campaign in 479, I keep the number of turns (486) as in the normal game. Will this have any effects on triggers and such in the game?
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    Default Re: Game effects of changing starting date

    it will on the "the year in history" triggers, and may also have effect on the reforms, but idk.....
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    Default Re: Game effects of changing starting date

    I think, these things always ask for the turn number not the date (if that is possible at all).

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    oh really? i thought it was the year.......
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    Default Re: Game effects of changing starting date

    The game will spawn Pharnakles who will lead an army of celestial winged Galatians to rape and pilliage thier way through the Mediterranian.
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