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asillypiggy

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yeah is there anyway to make it faster

Hi after opening the game a few time, I could no longer resize. Tried to delete the cache file but can not find it,

hi I can seem to go back to setting where I can set it to full screen. So now whenever I open the file it just goes to window which is too big to see on my macbook

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Hi there can we add a birth control sequence. Historically Romans do not control their birth due to diseases which may cause all children to die. Which is not reflected here, thus, its very expensive to have children.

For the wealthy Romans, because they have the money to hire doctors and medical care for their children, their children survive. But because of the high cost of education, many would restrict themselves until a child dies. Men are shown to avoid their wives and visit prostitutes or have lovers, which children born from the union can not inherit.

The game is very patriarchal even for Roman standards and they are a Patriarchy proudly. Daughters are completely ignored, which is not true for Romans who see their daughters as their heirs as well as their sons, and many Roman adopts their descendants or relatives through the female line to continue their dynasty.

And for the bachelor tax right. Roman Law state that the range is 25-60 for men, and 20-50 for women. However in the game, I get tax for character whose wife died and he is in his 60s. And the game start taxing the sons and daughters at 18 instead of 25 to 20. The tax is also never as the game which tax like 60-80% of the income. 

Perhaps can include an adoption system in the future. As we play the game, we realised that the easiest way to play is to not have children (cause they are expensive). Which the ancient Romans realised as well, that's why many would not have their own children and instead adopt them from their extended family trees. Like Julius Caesar adopting Octavian.