Imperator: Rome is the newest grand strategy title from Paradox Development Studio. Set in the tumultuous centuries from Alexander’s Successor Empires in the East to the foundation of the Roman Empire, Imperator: Rome invites you to relive the pageantry and challenges of empire building in the classical era. Manage your population, keep an eye out for treachery, and keep faith with your gods.
Other Imperator Rome Guides:
- Economy tab (F6) provides a lot of useful information so make sure to give it a read
- All of the economic policies can be switched in an instant for free so feel free to use them.
- But keep in mind that armies, forts and fleets will not replenish their lost men or morale in an instant.
- Deficit will give you nasty modifiers as well as periodic bad events – avoid as much as possible.
- Most of your income is a result of pop and trade management so look for clues there.
- Religious power is used for stability, omens, manual pop conversion and in some events. It’s usually one of the more plentiful powers.
- Each religion has the same omens, just named differently.
- You should usually judge omens based on how difficult to obtain that kind of boost would be by other means.
- By that the two most powerful ones are a pop growth one (for a long term) as well as a national unrest one (when risking a civil war due to disloyal provinces) and the discipline one (when in a really tough war).
- Others can be situationally useful as well, but should be approached with some reserve.
- Base omen duration is 5 years and can be increased with modifiers
- That being said longer omen duration locks us out of changing the omen when we may need it for a small benefit of saving a bit of religious power.
- Omen power is based on religious unity so it’s nice to convert your pops, but it’s not nearly as important as assimilation so focus on that one first.