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Hoi4 Millennium Dawn Console Commandsgolkes




HOI4 Millennium Dawn Console Commands Golkes


HOI4 Millennium Dawn Console Commands Golkes




Hearts of Iron IV (HOI4) is a grand strategy game that simulates World War II. The game allows players to control any nation in the world and lead it to victory or defeat. However, some players may want to customize their gameplay experience by using console commands, which are special codes that can alter various aspects of the game. Console commands can be accessed by pressing the tilde key () on the keyboard and typing the desired code in the console window.


One of the most popular mods for HOI4 is Millennium Dawn, which transforms the game into a modern-day scenario. Millennium Dawn adds new features, such as politics, economics, and military, to reflect the current state of the world. The mod also has its own set of console commands, which can be used to modify the game in different ways. For example, players can change their political ideology, add money to their treasury, or spawn units in any province.


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In this article, we will explore some of the most useful and interesting console commands for HOI4 Millennium Dawn. We will also explain what they do and how to use them. Note that these commands only work in non-ironman games, and some of them may have unintended consequences or cause bugs. Use them at your own risk and discretion.


Political Console Commands




Politics is one of the main aspects of Millennium Dawn, as it determines the ideology, government type, and diplomatic relations of each nation. The mod introduces new political parties, factions, and events to reflect the real-world situation. However, if you want to change the political landscape of the game, you can use these console commands:



  • set_ruling_party [ideology]: This command changes the ruling party of your country to the specified ideology. The ideology can be one of the following: communist, democratic, fascist, socialist, nationalist, liberal, conservative, green, or libertarian. For example, if you want to make your country communist, you can type set_ruling_party communist.



  • add_party_popularity [ideology] [amount]: This command adds or subtracts the specified amount of popularity to the specified ideology in your country. The amount can be a positive or negative number. For example, if you want to increase the popularity of fascism by 10%, you can type add_party_popularity fascist 10.



  • set_politics [ruling_party] [election_frequency] [election_start_date]: This command sets the politics of your country to the specified values. The ruling_party can be one of the ideologies mentioned above. The election_frequency can be a number between 0 and 1, where 0 means no elections and 1 means annual elections. The election_start_date can be a date in the format YYYY.MM.DD. For example, if you want to make your country a fascist dictatorship with no elections, you can type set_politics fascist 0 1936.01.01.



  • tag [country tag]: This command switches your control to another country with the specified country tag. The country tag is a three-letter code that identifies each nation in the game. For example, if you want to play as Germany, you can type tag GER. You can find a list of all country tags [here].




Economic Console Commands




Economics is another important aspect of Millennium Dawn, as it affects the production, trade, and budget of each nation. The mod adds new economic systems, such as capitalism, socialism, and mixed economy, as well as new resources, such as oil, gas, and uranium. If you want to manipulate the economy of your country or other countries, you can use these console commands:



  • set_var [variable] [value]: This command sets the value of a specific variable for your country. The variable can be one of the following: treasury (money), debt (national debt), inflation (inflation rate), gdp (gross domestic product), gdp_growth (gdp growth rate), unemployment (unemployment rate), corruption (corruption level), stability (political stability), or legitimacy (government legitimacy). The value can be a positive or negative number. For example, if you want to add 100 billion dollars to your treasury, you can type set_var treasury 100000.



  • set_resource [resource] [province id] [amount]: This command sets the amount of a specific resource in a specific province. The resource can be one of the following: oil, rubber, steel, aluminum, tungsten, chromium, or uranium. The province id can be a number that identifies each province in the game. You can find the province id by typing tdebug and hovering over the province on the map. The amount can be a positive or negative number. For example, if you want to add 100 units of oil to the province with id 1234, you can type set_resource oil 1234 100.



  • add_equipment [amount] [equipment name]: This command adds the specified amount of equipment to your stockpile. The equipment name can be any equipment that exists in the game, such as infantry_equipment_1, light_tank_1, or fighter_1. You can find a list of all equipment names [here]. For example, if you want to add 1000 units of infantry equipment to your stockpile, you can type add_equipment 1000 infantry_equipment_1.



  • add_latest_equipment [amount]: This command adds the specified amount of the latest equipment that you have researched to your stockpile. For example, if you have researched light tank 3, this command will add light tank 3 to your stockpile.




Military Console Commands




Military is the core aspect of HOI4, as it determines the outcome of wars and conflicts. The mod adds new units, such as drones, special forces, and cyberwarfare, as well as new doctrines, such as asymmetric warfare and hybrid warfare. If you want to boost your military power or influence other countries' military actions, you can use these console commands:



  • annex [country tag]: This command annexes the specified country and adds all its territory and resources to your country. For example, if you want to annex France, you can type annex FRA.



  • whitepeace [country tag]: This command ends the war between you and the specified country and restores the pre-war borders. For example, if you want to end the war with China, you can type whitepeace CHI.



  • allowdiplo: This command allows you to use diplomatic actions that are normally restricted, such as declaring war without justification or joining factions at any time.



  • instantconstruction: This command enables instant construction of buildings and units. You can toggle it on or off by typing it again.



  • research_on_icon_click: This command enables instant research of technologies. You can toggle it on or off by typing it again.



  • spawn [unit type] [province id] [amount]: This command spawns the specified amount of units of the specified type in the specified province. The unit type can be any unit that exists in the game, such as infantry, tank, or fighter. You can find a list of all unit types [here]. The province id can be a number that identifies each province in the game. You can find the province id by typing tdebug and hovering over the province on the map. The amount can be a positive number. For example, if you want to spawn 10 tanks in the province with id 5678, you can type spawn tank 5678 10.




Conclusion




These are some of the most useful and interesting console commands for HOI4 Millennium Dawn. They can help you customize your gameplay experience and have fun with different scenarios. However, remember that these commands are not part of the official game and may cause bugs or glitches. Use them at your own risk and discretion.


If you want to learn more about HOI4 Millennium Dawn, you can check out this [guide] that covers the basics of politics, economics, and military in the mod. You can also visit the official [website] of the mod for more information and updates.


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