Imperator: Rome is now out, marking the first time a Paradox grand strategy title tackles the historical period since 2008's Europa Universalis: Rome. While playing fair definitely has its benefits, sometimes employing console commands in your playthrough can also be fun.
Here are some of the more notable Imperator: Rome Console Commands Cheats.
Imperator: Rome Console Commands
There are plenty of Imperator: Rome Console Commands to go through, each with its own role in altering specific aspects of the game. Below, you'll find a few commands that can be useful straight away to gameplay.
annex [<countrytag>] - Annexes the specific country to yours.
army[<cohortcount>][<province>] - Adds specific amount of units in selected province
army_loyalty [<prov> <amount>] - Sets army loyalty to specified amount.
cash [<amount>] - Adds specified amount of gold.
centralization [<amount>] - Sets centralization to specified amount.
civilwar [<countrytag>] - Starts a civil war in the specified country
conquer [<provid>] - Conquer specified province
horde [<province>] - Spawns a barbarian horde in specified province.
kill [<id>] - Kills target.
make_child [mother] [father] - Spawns a child for the specified parents.
manpower [<amount>] - Add specified amount of Manpower
navy [<shipcount>][<province>] - Spawns specified amount of Triremes in province.
revolt [<countrytag>] - Starts a revolt in specified country.
tick_day [number of days] - Advances time by specified number of days
These are only a few of the available Imperator: Rome console commands. You can access all of them by booting up the game, pressing the tilde key (`) and typing "help" in the console.