Guess it's not so weird since it's happening to me, but there's only one word that I can say right now "Jackpot!"
Awesome! This is so rare! The Netherlands have fo- wait...what?
This happened in Death & Taxes (which quickly became one of my favourite mods, due to the empires actually getting quite nice borders, and countries forming more often, though this is a very wierd case), and I have no idea why. The Netherlands didn't actually form, but seem to have rebelled from someone. How they got the core is something I'm still puzzled about, the only other core they have seems to be in Ghent.
Heck, it's quite a strange game indeed. Bohemia expanded into Hungary quite nicely (although they have an army that's far larger then mine, even though I have Burgundy as a vassal, which is the same size in the screenshot.), Pommerania is pretty big, although they've recently received some DoWs, Castille formed Iberia after annexing Portugal and invaded Italy instead of North Africa, and the Ottomans aren't pushovers!
“Whenever the Germans found the Canadian Corps coming into the line they prepared for the worst.”
-British Prime Minister David Lloyd George
Nationality: Anglo Canadian
Ideology: Social Democratic
Issues: Pro Military
Militancy: 0 (+0)
Consciousness: 9 (+1.63)
don't know if it is usual or not but I have personally never seen this happened:
o_o NEVER seen the AI do that...barely managed to pull it off myself.
(the players are Aragon and Burgundy, we had no hand in what happened in England)
:facepalm: They took Aquitaine instead of England (and they kept Aquitaine for years!)
I wish the Ottos learned a thing or two with AI Byz
This is awesome!
why should the AI settle for Lessrocco when it can have Mor(e)occo
how did it grow that big anyway?
I am Timbrizcha, destroyer of worlds.
So Byzantium has fallen (no surprise there) but what is surprising is to whom
Silly Algiers what are you doing there?