@jry Checking on your code, there’s a “regionalsupport” variable called in 1524, but that there’s no way to increase beforehand. Is that an artifact of previous plans - did you intend for the national survey in 1522 to open up investment opportunities in 1524?
Also, I don’t like my choice in the More trial being forced by my prior religious convictions (for the record, in this playthrough, I’m moderately Protestant, and have had a turbulent relationship with both Thomases). I defeated the Treason Act, and now I want to protect More so I can kick His Majesty in the teeth again and preserve the power of the nobility and the Magna Carta.
(Ironically, the easiest way to save More is to partly lose the Treason Act, then successfully defend yourself!
Ah, a liiiiitle bug in the romance check in 1525:
It has been a struggle but finally, after a long period of courting, Mary Boleyn proposes to get married in a small chapel. You have to overcome a few barriers from your families and some political encumbrances, but over time, you surmount them.
Marriage of Joan of Rutland to Mary Boleyn
And I’m not quite getting what your intent for the “law” variable is. Is it intended to represent involvement with the Justices of the Peace?