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Dei Gratia Mod

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This article is accurate for the latest versions of EU3, Napoleon's Ambition, and In Nomine v 3.2.
Please help update this page to include information on the HTTT and DW expansions.

Dei Gratia is a mod for In Nomine only that enhances religious gameplay in Europa Universalis 3.

Religious Minorities: Every province can be split between several religions, with the strongest religion becoming the province religion. These minorities appear as province modifiers and can have effects during events as well.

Religious Fervor: The more your country considers religion important, the more religious events and decisions you will get and the stronger religious modifiers and effects will be. Choose your national ideas and government and move your innovativeness slider to experience everything religion has to offer...or to ignore it and become a secularized nation.

New Religions: There are 26 distinct religions in the mod. Now you can experience the birth of new religions such as the Hussites, Wahhabis and Sikhs, or discover new religions already in the world such as Gnostics, Ibadi or Oriental Orthodox Christians.

More events: There are literally hundreds of events which add flavor to the game. Around two-thirds of all events focus on the Catholic and Protestant faiths, but there are also dedicated events and decisions for many other world religions.

Dei Gratia is best enjoyed as part of other mods; it is contained in Magna Mundi Platinum 2 and MEIOU:JV. It is designed to be as modular as possible so modders can add it wholesale or piecemeal to their own mods. However, it is perfectly playable on its own as well.

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