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CK3 A Game of Thrones Mod: How to Start Your Own Rebellion


How to Download and Play the CK3 Game of Thrones Mod




If you are a fan of Crusader Kings III and Game of Thrones, you are in luck. There is a mod that combines both worlds and lets you play as your favorite characters from George R. R. Martin's epic fantasy saga. The CK3 Game of Thrones mod is a total conversion mod that transforms Crusader Kings III into a game of plots and politics in Westeros and beyond. You can experience the events of Robert's Rebellion, the War of the Five Kings, or create your own alternative history. In this article, we will show you how to download and play the CK3 Game of Thrones mod, as well as some of its features and tips.




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Step 1: Choose your download source




The first step to play the CK3 Game of Thrones mod is to choose where to download it from. There are two main sources: Steam Workshop and Nexus Mods. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, so choose according to your preference.


Steam Workshop




If you have Crusader Kings III on Steam, you can use Steam Workshop to download and install the mod easily. All you need to do is subscribe to the mod on its and wait for it to download. Steam will automatically update the mod whenever there is a new version available.


Pros:




  • Easy to install and update



  • Integrated with Steam



  • Can rate and review the mod



</ul Cons:




  • Requires a Steam account and Crusader Kings III on Steam



  • May not be compatible with some non-Steam mods or versions



  • May have some issues with mod conflicts or load order



Nexus Mods




If you prefer to use Nexus Mods, you can also download and install the mod from there. You will need to create a free account on . You will also need to extract the mod files into your Crusader Kings III mod folder, which is usually located at Documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings III/mod. You will need to update the mod manually whenever there is a new version available.


Pros:




  • Does not require Steam or Crusader Kings III on Steam



  • More control over mod installation and management



  • Can use Nexus Mod Manager or Vortex to install and update the mod



Cons:




  • Requires a Nexus Mods account and manual installation



  • May not be updated as frequently as Steam Workshop



  • May have some issues with mod conflicts or load order



Step 2: Install the mod and enable it in the launcher




Once you have downloaded the mod from your chosen source, you will need to install it and enable it in the Crusader Kings III launcher. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Launch Crusader Kings III from Steam or your desktop shortcut.



  • In the launcher, go to the Mods tab and look for the CK3 Game of Thrones mod in the list.



  • Check the box next to the mod name to enable it. You can also change the load order of the mod by dragging it up or down in the list.



  • Click Play to start the game with the mod enabled.



</ol Step 3: Select your bookmark and start playing




After you have installed and enabled the mod, you can start playing it by selecting a bookmark and a character. The mod offers several bookmarks that correspond to different periods and events in the Game of Thrones universe. You can choose from the following bookmarks:


Bookmark


Description


The Bleeding Years


The earliest bookmark, set in the aftermath of Aegon's Conquest. The Seven Kingdoms are still divided and rebellious, and the Iron Throne is not secure.


The Conquest


The bookmark that covers Aegon's Conquest itself. You can play as Aegon Targaryen and his sisters, or as one of the kings who oppose him.


The Dance of the Dragons


The bookmark that covers the civil war between Aegon II and Rhaenyra Targaryen over the succession to the Iron Throne. You can play as either side, or as a neutral or opportunistic lord.


The Blackfyre Rebellion


The bookmark that covers the first of several rebellions led by the bastard sons of Aegon IV against his legitimate heir, Daeron II. You can play as either side, or as a neutral or opportunistic lord.


The War of the Ninepenny Kings


The bookmark that covers the war against the Band of Nine, a coalition of adventurers and pretenders who sought to conquer Westeros and Essos. You can play as the defenders of the realm, or as one of the invaders.


Robert's Rebellion


The bookmark that covers the rebellion that overthrew the Targaryen dynasty and placed Robert Baratheon on the Iron Throne. You can play as Robert, Ned, Rhaegar, Aerys, or any other lord involved in the war.


The Crowned Stag


The bookmark that covers the early years of Robert's reign, when peace and prosperity seemed to prevail. You can play as Robert, Jon Arryn, Tywin Lannister, or any other lord in the realm.


The Greyjoy Rebellion


The bookmark that covers the rebellion of Balon Greyjoy, who declared himself King of the Iron Islands and raided the western coast of Westeros. You can play as Robert, Ned, Stannis, Balon, or any other lord involved in the war.


The Clash of Kings


The bookmark that covers the War of the Five Kings, the main conflict of the first two seasons of the show and the second and third books. You can play as Joffrey, Robb, Renly, Stannis, Balon, or any other lord involved in the war.


A Feast for Crows


The bookmark that covers the aftermath of the War of the Five Kings, when new threats and challenges arise. You can play as Tommen, Euron, Aegon, Daenerys, Jon, or any other lord in the realm.


A Dream of Spring


The bookmark that covers the endgame of the series, when the fate of Westeros and the world is decided. You can play as Cersei, Daenerys, Jon, Bran, Sansa, or any other lord in the realm.


After you have chosen your bookmark, you can select your character from a list of available ones. You can filter them by rank, culture, religion, dynasty, or location. You can also search for a specific character by name. You can see their traits, skills, titles, relations, and history by hovering over their portrait. You can also create your own custom character by clicking on the ruler designer button.


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Features of the CK3 Game of Thrones Mod




The CK3 Game of Thrones mod is not just a simple reskin of Crusader Kings III. It adds many new features and mechanics that make it more immersive and faithful to the source material. Here are some of the features that you can enjoy while playing the mod: Mega Wars




One of the most distinctive features of the mod is the Mega War system, which simulates the complex and dynamic nature of wars in Westeros. Unlike in vanilla Crusader Kings III, where wars are usually between two fixed sides, in the mod wars can involve multiple factions, alliances, and vassals that can change sides or declare independence at any time. For example, if you play as Robert Baratheon and declare war on Aerys Targaryen, you may not have the support of all your vassals. Some may join Aerys, some may stay neutral, and some may even rebel against you. You will have to manage your relations with your vassals and allies, as well as your enemies, to win the war.


Kingsguard




If you play as a king or a claimant to the Iron Throne, you will have access to the Kingsguard, a special type of councilor that serves as your personal bodyguard and advisor. The Kingsguard consists of seven knights who are sworn to protect you and your family with their lives. They are usually the best fighters in the realm, and have unique traits and events that reflect their personalities and histories. You can appoint new members to the Kingsguard, or dismiss them if they prove unworthy. You can also interact with them in various ways, such as sending them on missions, asking for their counsel, or honoring them with gifts.


Expanded Councilors




The mod also expands the roles and functions of your regular councilors, such as your Hand of the King, Master of Laws, Master of Coin, etc. You can assign them to different tasks based on their skills and s


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