In a region as dynamic and well-documented as Iberia, devs were truly spoiled with possible content and had to make some hard choices as to what would work best in the context of Crusader Kings III, and here is what they chose.
Fate of Iberia contains a multitude of events and decisions ranging from struggle-specific events which shake up plans, to flavor events designed to enrich the experience with classic paradox comical occurrences and references to regional curiosities.
Struggle events help add a bit of chaos to the overall equation, presenting many opportunities themed around the current phase for cunning strategists to turn one’s disaster into another’s advantage during the greater conflict. Struggle events are exclusive to characters partaking in the struggle.
Struggle events, though all related, are quite different in the opportunities, benefits, and challenges that they present, encouraging players to adjust their strategy as circumstances call.
Such as conquering neighbors to get ahold of some good steel, especially since it’d help get some important catalysts.
Developers have also included a variety of smaller, flavor-focused events that help bring the Iberian peninsula to life and create a greater breadth of content for players in the region to experience. Many of these events are inspired by recorded happenings in the region, while others are simply classic Crusader Kings’ events in a Mediterranean flavor.
From a story about frightening “thunder stones”, to the myth of legendary Christian mobsters to a peaceful siesta event, you can be sure you will be getting a full Iberian roster of fascinating, action-packed, and ridiculous events.