Oct 08, 2020 · Jan Mayen is a real island in the Arctic Ocean, though it's too small and too far north to appear in the EU4 map. In Paradox's Victoria II, Jan Mayen is also an easter egg nation, though it is not nearly as powerful.
Jan Mayen is a real island in the Arctic Ocean, though it's too small and too far north to appear in the EU4 map. In Paradox's Victoria II, Jan Mayen is also an easter egg nation, though it is not nearly as powerful.
The country tag for Jan Mayen in Europa Universalis IV. This can be used in the tag command to play as Jan Mayen.
This video goes into detail on how to play as the Easter egg nations of the Synthetics and Jan Mayen in EU4 normal and ironman game modes. Also showcased in ...
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This concludes the Brittany saga for now. FINALLY
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So Europa Universalis 4 has a hidden nation that is an Easter egg of a previous hidden nation that was in Victoria 2. Honestly I was expecting Jan Mayen to a...
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- The Spiffing Brit
A short tutorial on playing as Jan Mayen in achievment mode in Europa Universalis 4
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Furthering the joke, paradox added a Jan Mayen tag and national ideas to eu4 a bit ago, and then more recently added a console command 'bearhaslanded' that spawns Jan Mayen randomly into the world as a hugely op opm, with something like +100% discipline, a bonus starting 50k stack, and around a million manpower
- Historically Lucky Nations
- Identifying Lucky Nations
- Jan Mayen & The Synthetics
Lucky nation rulers have a bonus of +1 to their administrative, diplomatic and military skills. Additionally the following bonuses:
In a default "historical" setting,the following nations have Luck modifier if they are not player controlled, exist at chosen date, and have the corresponding secondary requirement. 1. Castile (before year 1700 and Spain does not exist) / Spain(before year 1700 and Castile does not exist) 2. Ottomans(before year 1700) 3. Muscovy (if Russia does not exist) / Russia 4. England (if Great Britain does not exist) / Great Britain 5. France 6. Austria 7. Prussia(after year 1700) 8. Netherlands 9. Portugal(before year 1700) 10. Jianzhou (if neither Manchu nor Qing exist)/ Manchu (if Qing doesn't exist)/ Qing 11. Brandenburg 12. Sweden(before year 1700) 13. Poland (If Commonwealth does not exist) / Commonwealth(before year 1700) The first eight nations from the top of the list will get priority on acquiring the Luck modifier, therefore, at the beginning of 1444, the lucky nations are (unless you pick one of them): 1. Castile, Ottomans, Muscovy, England, France, Austria, Portugal, and Jianzho...
Via province interface:A lucky nation can most easily be determined by viewing the defensiveness in a province of that nation, which receives a +10%fort defense bonus for “luck”. Via country interface:It is also possible to identify a lucky nation by scrolling over the spy icon in the diplomacy tab as lucky nations will receive a +10%spy network construction bonus.
Jan Mayen and Synthetics are also a lucky nations. They can only be summoned into the game via the console, using the command bearhaslanded for Jan Mayen and syntheticdawnfor the Synthetics.
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