the dark wizard May 8, 2013 @ 4:50pm
Game of thrones mod questions
So I been playing a few of the scenarios in the game of thrones mod... especially the one called "Roberts rebellion"...

I am curently in one that has lasted 15-20 years, where I play as Eddard Stark.
Anyway many things happend, and I divorced Catleyn because she didn't become pregent... then I became bethored to a very young Magary Tyrell... we been married ever since she was 14 (when I was told we could get married)... but now 8 years later (6-7 where I have made sure I was not in the field = -% fertility), she still hasn't come with child...

so my question is, do the diffrent scenarios have some coding that won't allow certain people to make children?? or is it just a freak acident from my side this time...
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the dark wizard May 8, 2013 @ 4:53pm 
another thing is that the "marry option" still seems avalible... she can't marry someone but option still seem "active".... is it because I married her to soon?
Swat Katz Rogues Gallery May 9, 2013 @ 10:38pm 
It's probably just a random outcome rather than a bug or specififc mechanic to enforce canon history. It's perfectly normal for a ruler to be unsuccessful at having children.
happycats517 May 18, 2013 @ 7:39am 
You're probably just unlucky. You could try going to forum.paradoxplaza.org and check the user mod forums in ck2 to see if the dev team of GoT can give you any help.
smelly tank May 18, 2013 @ 7:53am 
If you're In Command (in the field a lot, commanding your armies), that's an inherent negative to fertility... like -50% fertility, or something like that. While you're planting your sword in your enemy's belly, you can't plant your "sword" in your wife's, I think.

In my game during Robert's Rebellion, Ned managed to have a kid with Catelyn before he died in battle against Prince Rhaegar Targaryen.
vortex_13 May 18, 2013 @ 9:59am 
You might have gotten events that have given Ned a minus to his fertility.
Winston The Ripper May 20, 2013 @ 12:34am 
Sometimes you just have bad odds. Went 5 years without kids and had 6 in 6 years.
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