Nothing like having your first armies approach Al Alamayn to fire up the old drive!
Man, really? For those of you that do not have access to my game files the rest of Sicily now that I have taken Agrigento is in the hands of three INDEPENDENT SHEIKDOMS! It couldn't get any easier! You'd think at least the Naplesmen would have sailed down for a quick jaunt. Heck, couldn't they just walk
across even? Anyways, more prestige and piety for me.
WHY DO ALL MY HIGH-STEWARDSHIP GIRLS GET EDUCATIONS THAT DON'T GIVE GOOD STEWARDSHIP WHY WHY WHY
Hehe. As if a girl needs any more martial stats. What is she going to do? Lead an army of bakers into the kitchen so that they can bake me a pie? Heh. Yes I know that I've already driven off the last of my female readership, if they ever existed, with previous such comments. But you can never be too sure.
And the Acre regiment, led by a Welshman who in typical Welsh fashion has too many consonants in his name that are paired together like no consonants should be, lands unopposed in Al Alamayn.
Meanwhile Hugo von Habsburg recovers from illness. I wish Hugo von Habsburg was Stefan's successor, given his sweet stewardship and diplomacy skills. But alas...
Anyways the Abydosan regiment under Stefan lands at Al Alamayn, and just in time, as it was about to be taken by a regiment led by a man who is not Stefan von Habsburg or Anonymous Commander! And the results of that would have been terrible
And the terrible fate is averted.
I'm certainly not negotiating with the Sheik of Al Alamayn here! His county is gone! Dead!
Nope it was the Emir that accepted the offer of all my money (not really)