Well, fair enough. You can always edit the Noble Prize in in the final draft.
And I had more interpreted the moots as debates than as Protestant showpieces, but I see you thought of them more as the latter. Good to know!
Another thing: There's a single window in 1522 for Romance and Marriage unless you go Lady-in-Waiting and chase the King, so any other romance locks you out of diplomacy. This feels a bit off. IMO, romance shouldn't seriously hamper your ability to make things happen, because seeking out a spouse is part of your basic duties as a noble. It shouldn't be harder than going home to check on your estate, f'rex.
In 1524, if trying to make peace between the Hapsburgs and France, if your French > Hapsburg, you get +15% to Hapsburg and +5% to French, and the narration says that the Hapsburgs are very happy and the French are relieved. But! If French is not greater than Hapsburg, it says that the French are happy and the Hapsburgs are relieved...
*set hapsburg %+15
*set french %+5
The logic in the second case is backwards, I believe!
Should subjugating the Irish reduce celt_power?
Thoughts on 1525: It said my finances were strained, but my Finances stat was just fine, due largely to victories in Flanders and Ireland. Why do I need a successful estate when I've got plunder?
And will it be possible to seek a separate romance while being the King's mistress or the queen? (Because that worked so well for Katherine Howard...)