Crusader Kings 2: Holy Fury Features Animal Kingdoms

Crusader Kings 2: Holy Furry?

During PDXCon 2018, the developers from Paradox Entertainment had announced the biggest update yet coming to Crusader Kings 2. Holy Fury features medieval religious wars between the existing nations as well as fictional countries for more variety. You can run into some pretty exotic religions and nations, including… anthropomorphic animal kingdoms.

Yep, you heard that right. When generating your world, you might encounter such gems as the Holy Dog Empire, the Horse Kingdom and much more. Check out the video by quill18 below to see it in action!

Holy Fury is the newest expansion to Crusader Kings 2, the celebrated medieval role-playing grand strategy experience from the masters of strategy, Paradox Development Studio. Lean on your war lodge for support in your conquests, bow before the Pope to claim your divine throne or establish a legendary bloodline that will echo through the ages.

The DLC comes out today, November 13. It requires the base game to run.

Features in Crusader Kings 2: Holy Fury include:

  • Warrior Lodges: Join a Pagan warrior lodge and raid your way up the ranks, unlocking access to powerful allies and greater military skill.
  • Legendary Bloodlines: Descendants of great warrior heroes will have bonuses that match the accomplishments of their forefathers, including historical bloodlines of Charlemagne, Genghis Khan and others..
  • Sway or Antagonize Your Neighbors: Try to win a reluctant vassal through charm and persuasion, or provoke someone you want to push into conflict.
  • Sainthood: Pious Catholics can become canonized, passing on their glory to their descendants and making their resting place a site of great value.
  • Coronations: Feudal kings and emperors must find clergy to crown them, since all power descends from the heavens.
  • New Crusade Events: Deeper gameplay for the religious wars of the era.
  • New Succession Laws: A Pagan Elder Council may have the final word in how a realm is divided among heirs, or a ruler may challenge his brother to combat to unify a realm.
  • And much more: Changes to religion, custom names for people or objects, deeper baptismal mechanics, lists of people you’ve killed, and other small changes for flavor and variety.
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