As it turns out, managing a Roman empire spanning the cold northern reaches of England to the desert heat of the Asian subcontinent is no easy task. Who would have thought? Actually, Grand strategy games are not the easiest to understand at the best of times if we’re honest. Here is how to increase stability in Imperator Rome if you are struggling to understand the basics.
How to Increase Stability in Imperator Rome
In Imperator Rome, stability is a measure of the internal health of your nation and the institutions within your realm of control. It is represented on a −3 to +3. The more your stability, the better everything within the empire runs.
Specifically, it determines your tax income, your ruler’s legitimacy in Monarchies, a rulers’ popularity, your research points, and the loyalty of your subject states. It is a hugely important metric that you need to keep a close eye on.
Several factors can impact your stability rating: Stability is decreased by certain diplomatic or political actions, such as declaring war on a neighbor without a casus belli or changing your form of government.
Your nation will fail completely if you allow your stability to plunge and remain at its lowest value for too long.
To increase your stability, you will need to make sacrifices. To do so, you must spend Religious Points to sacrifice a pig on the Religion Menu. Assuming you have available Religious Points, click on the stabbed pig button at the top left of your screen to increase your stability.
That is everything you should need to know about how to increase stability in Imperator Rome. For more useful tips and guides on the game, be sure to search Twinfinite. We will have plenty more coverage of Saber Interactive’s latest grand strategy game over the coming weeks.