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Crusader Kings 3: How To Install Mods Manually?

Installing mods is a nice way to personalize your gaming experience. Here is how to install mods on Crusader Kings 3.




Modding builds skills, unlocks creativity, and brings joy to gaming communities, but do you know how to manually mod Crusader Kings 3?

Installing mods in a game gives you multiple features according to your need. This enhances the gaming experience. Today we’ll learn how to manually install mods in Crusader Kings 3.

Manually Modding Crusader Kings 3

You can manually add mods to Crusader Kings 3 but this method wouldn’t work for you if you are using the Steam version.

Mods are usually installed in the “documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings III/mod” folder.

There is a .mod file in every mod, and a folder also. For example  (“nameplates.mod” and “nameplates” folder).

Here are the steps to install mods in Crusader Kings 3 (Manually):

Download The Mod:

Go to the forum, i.e. Paradox Plaza, and download your desired mod.

Extract It:

Extract the downloaded mod using any software like Winrar or 7-Zip. After extracting the compressed file you will get a mod folder containing the .mod file.

Copy & Paste:

Copy the .mod and paste it in the “documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings III/mod” folder.

If the folder isn’t present there, create a new folder named “mod” in the Crusader Kings III folder. Now paste the .mod file in it.

Making It Playable:

Open the Game Launcher. There’s an option, “Add Mods” if you scroll down. But I wouldn’t recommend using that option. Instead, go to the playset and add a new one.

Name it anything e.g. “New Mod”.

Now click on “add mod” and select the one you downloaded. If it isn’t present there, you have placed the .mod file in the wrong location.

Select it and click done.

Now all that is left for you is to enjoy the game!

ALSO READ: Crusader Kings 3: What Is Prestige And What To Use It For?

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Grounded: How to Do More Damage as Wizard | Best Wizard Build

It’s not just insects and bugs that are roaming in the backyard. Wizards too!





The recent update of Grounded has added the concept of magic to the game. Aside from being teeny-tiny as ants, you can also experience being a wizard in Grounded.

If you still haven’t known yet, there are three candy staffs that are added to the game. Having this, you will be able to acquire a unique attack style. For example, the spicy staff shoots a bomb, while the sour staff shoots an electric ball, and so on, and so forth.

However, you can observe that staffs that need to charge up deal more damage if the enemy is alone, compared to when the enemies are in groups.

Having said that, it is recommended to have a strong wizard build to make your magic deal more damage.

In this guide, we will let you know what the perfect build is for the staff that you currently have.

How to Do More Damage as Wizard | Best Wizard Build in Grounded

If you want to improve your magic damage with your candy staff, equip the Wizard Hat, Black Ox Harness, and the Black Ox Legwraps to gain a quicker charge time and charge attack weaken passive skills. From seven seconds of base charge attack time, you will now only have 4 seconds of charge attack time. All thanks to your armor.

However, you can still choose to upgrade your staff in order to significantly increase your base attack damage. Plus the fact that you have also equipped the whole Wizard armor set, you will not easily receive damage from enemies from now on.

Having this Wizard build set does not just improve your damage but also makes you a tough character. When combined together, you will be able to have medium armor.

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