[Mod] Trade, War Politics

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    • [Mod] Trade, War Politics


      The Mod "Trade, War, Politics" strives to improve the economic aspects of The Guild 2: Renaissance. Trading is improved through better trading routes and a completely reworked sales counter. The war scripts have been fixed to improve chances of war in late game. And another office seat was added in politics. See the feature list for complete reference.

      The mod was tested in multiplayer sessions through multiple saves/loads, OOS has not been a problem.

      The mod is to be considered "Work in Progress". It is currently based on Fajeth's MegaModPack 0.95 and includes some of Fajeth's fixes after 0.95.


      See GitHub for the current version of this modding project:

      Here is an alternate link on NexusMods:


      Thanks to @Fajeth for the great basis of the MegaModpack to work with. And for granting the release of some of his post-0.95 fixes.



      • A new sales counter was implemented. It is available through a building measure (look for crates). The amount of items in your counter can be configured. The items will be put into the counter automatically.
      • The AI uses the sales counter for all produced items.
      • Idle SIMs will check out the sales counters of local shops and may buy items.
      • The world traders (neutral carts) will look for interesting goods at local shops. They may buy larger amounts at your sales counter. Whenever they buy a larger amount of goods, you will be notified about the deal.
      • You may use a cart to buy items from market or shops. Use the measure "Send cart and unload" which has a new option to "Buy and return".
      • A new Measure "Show Workshop Balance" is available on all production buildings. The sheet sums up all wages and all transactions done with either "Send cart and unload" or trade routes. It also lists sales at your sales counter.
      • Trade events are enabled for any market, not just counting houses. The chances are much higher for need events than for offer events.

      • War will happen later but more than once.
      • The calculation for winning/losing the war was improved. Sending officers and armsmen will improve chances.

      • All office incomes have been increased significantly. Note: this change does not show ingame due to a display bug in the UI.
      • To afford the extra payments, the costs for office applications counts towards the city treasury.
      • New office **Treasurer** was introduced to take care of taxes. This serves to split the power in city council.
      Other Changes

      • Spirit production was moved to alchemist.
      • Fruit farms now produce wine. Sugar beets were removed.
      • Nobility title at game start may now be configured in config.ini, look for "InitialTitle". It defaults to "2".
      • Increased chances for city events (fire, sickness, black death). Chances are based on difficulty, but never fall to zero. Chances also depend on current season, so expect more fires in summer.
      Bug fixes

      • AI will now balance choices for new buildings properly.
      • Switched steel upgrade, shortsword and longsword in upgrade tree of smithy.
      • Black death did not spread properly.
      • Bribes by AI were reduced based on the bribe target. This stops the bribe spamming.

      Bug fixes by @Fajeth

      These fixes have mainly been provided by Fajeth after the release of MegaModPack 0.95:

      • No use of toad excrements (Krötenschleim) outside of working hours.
      • Fixed tutorial (Gwendo).
      • Removed unused impacts.
      • Fixed class check for church measures.
      • Enable wool for visions.
      • Polluted well only causes cold and influenza now.
      • Several fixes in movement functions.
      • Improved pathfinding in Dusseldorp
      • Stop courting when fiance is hired.
      • Added secondmessage when proposing to workers.
      • Family members outside the current party were just standing around.
      • Dynasty characters did not work properly in AI-controlled buildings.
      • Fixed message when no random worker was available for hire.
      • Fixed message when hiring employees while budget is low.

      Known Issues

      • Workers seem to end their work days early sometimes.
      • AI dynasties still seem to die out quickly.
      • Trading routes do not continue after being robbed.
      • The game may or may not OOS in trial situations. Avoid watching the trial scene if it happens in your game.

      Planned Features

      There are still some ideas I'd like to implement in the future -- whenever I find the time. Here are the most likely to happen:

      • The warehouse should have workers (merchants). They will have two measures: free trade and trade agreement. Free trade is currently limited to dynasty characters and bound to an upgraded residence.
      • Trade agreements can be reached by sending the merchant off to another town/market/counting house. The player chooses item type and amount and tries to fetch good prices.
      • War should lead to special conditions at the markets. Any weapons and armor will be needed as well as food for the army. Also, participating in war should be more interesting and transparent.
      • AI-workshops currently don't look for resources at the sales counters of other shops.
      • The rogue AI is currently useless. This may not be part of this mod, but it takes away a lot of the challenge. Currently there are no burglaries and likely no kidnappings.

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 1 mal editiert, zuletzt von ThreeOfMe () aus folgendem Grund: Added download link for GitHub

    • Changelog

      TWP 0.95.2
      This version improves the sales counter and balance sheets for workshops. It also introduces some major changes to the rogue class.

      • The warehouse has access to a special sales counter. You may offer any goods at the warehouse. The sales counter is limited to 16 slots though.
      • Some item selections (send cart, trade route) have been changed to an icon based approach. This should make the process more natural.
      • The thieves now have a measure that steals directly from the sales counter of a building. The measure is similar to the old plunder measure, but targets sales counters only. It may need further balancing.
      • The balance sheet of a workshop now calculates the wages into your shop balance for each round.
      • The measure "Send card, load and return" now unloads the goods if it returns to its home workshop.

      Rogue changes

      • The Mercenary camp was removed from the rogue class and is now available to everyone. Mercenaries now offer escort and patrols. Further rework will require a closer look at the measures of mercenaries.
      • Kidnapping was moved to robbers and requires third level. Robber and thief now share the same indoor scene, since the robbers need the prison cell.
      • A balance sheet is now available for rogue buildings. Note that robbed carts will not show as theft, but selling the goods will be listed as income.
      • Thieves can now be properly controlled by the AI. You should see more burglaries happen than before.
      • The thief measures now depend on the building level. Your start out with pickpocketing. Second level grants burglary. Third level allows you to steal from sales counters.

      • Farms and orchards did not restock the sales counter automatically.
      • World traders did not move between workshops to buy random goods. This bug made sales counters much more profitable than intended.
      • Randomized the gender of the main character of opposing dynasties.
      • Some issues were located that produced errors in the logfile.
      • Fixed a bug that led to shadow dynasties having no carts at all.

      Known Bugs
      • The wrenches of AI controlled taverns do not go out to work.
      • Some text substitution errors show in the log, but I didn't find the source yet.

      Modding Information

      The following information may be helpful for modders:
      • Most of the functions regarding the reworked sales counter can be found in library/economy.lua. This file is also home to a few functions regarding the balance sheet of workshops.
      • Most building scripts were refactored to use functions in library/bld.lua. Hence the references to bld_HandleOnSetup(), bld_HandlePingHour() and similar functions. This makes additions to these actions much easier.
      • I implemented some helper functions for carts in library/cart.lua.
      • The rogue actions of the AI are now implemented in library/roguelib.lua. These functions (i.e. pickpocket) will first attempt to find a valid destination and then start the measure or return false.
      • I found the hard coded function CityFindCrowdedPlace() to be bugged. Most importantly the result is not random, leading to a lot of thieves at one place.
      • The list of items offered in sales counters can be found in DB/BuildingToItems.dbt. If you add your own items, make sure to add them to those lists.