Massive Unhappiness After Loading Saved Game
I was playing on Deity difficulty level, absolutley plowing through England with about 30 stealth bombers, and my computer restarted itself for some windows updates randomly. My happiness was about 20 or so. When I reloaded the game, my happiness was at about -60. It displays itself similarly even when I open previous saves of this particular game, but when I open up the saves of another similar past game, my happiness is just fine, about 75 or so. I'm assuming this is a problem with courthouses, since i see that there has been such a problem in the past. Before the bug, a lot of my happiness was coming from courthouses, and the effect of them would keep accumulating the more cities I took over, allowing me to keep killing cities rapidly. Is there any other explanation for this, and does anyone know a way to fix it? It seems odd that it is confined to only the game I'm currently playing whilst previous saved games are unaffected. It's not a huge deal, i can just start another game, but I was very much looking forward to seeing what Elizabeth does when you take everything away from her.
Oh, and I'm playing on Steam. I tried verifying the cache, it said one file was missing and downloaded it promptly. However, this didn't fix anything.
One more thing, it's not just a display error. I am actually receiving a substancially lower amount of gold per turn now than I was before the restart, and rebels immediately appeared the next turn.
Last edited by WillJones; 06-13-2012 at 08:03 AM.
It was an error BEFORE you loaded, and it is fixed NOW.
Your happiness didnt calculate properly, prior to rebooting the game.
Hrmm, I suppose if you are an Uber Member you've seen this before and know what you're talking about. Thank you! The extra bombers I left near Rome to protect the home front will have to be used to bomb my own people when they rebel against me bwahahaha!
hehe, yeah, havent seen it happen in a while, but it was a common issue a few (6?) months ago.
Dont bomb the populace too bad