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How to extand the end-date for dummies
In this short guide, I will be explaing how you can extend the timeline of your Victoria 2 game from beyond 1936!
Now, the 1st thing you gotta do it open up to your vicky2 folder. You need to go to the commons part of the Victoria 2 folders. From there, you need to go to the defines_luna folder.Don't panic of you see this. This is the next step in the guide. Now, you need to open up this folder using notepad for this to work! When you are given the options to chose which program to open, select notepad. After that, you'll see something like this: Now where you see it circled, you can change the ending date there! You could make it goes for along time. But be awhere of that happens if you do. When you 1st pass January 1st, 1936, all of the liberal partys will go defunct. Then, when you pass the 2000 mark, all of the political partys will go defunct. Also, the game will start to get bizarre (think tech balance, nations are meant to be kept behind or they'd be too strong have the time to catch up; nations that prioritize tech will see that become useless as others reach them) and it tends to get a bit laggier, but other than that it's all good.
So there you have it! I hope you found this usefull!