Last edited by Azonalanthious; 09-01-2010 at 00:57.
On Ubik: "HE GETS TO BE SMUG AFTER CARVING THE FACE OF PERFECTION USING THE SPOON OF INSPIRATION UPON THE BUTTOCKS OF AN ANGEL"
────── OrangeYoshi's Newbie Sig Information Center: Help is just a click away...™ ──────
EU3 Wiki lll Paradox Acronyms lll FAQ Forum lll General FAQ lll Siege FAQ lll Patrolling Guidelines
No Time Limit Mod lll Quick Questions Quick Answers
Well, until you do, Azonalanthious, I'd like to claim CoT size and Population growth records with this (linked to above)
Should have been bigger, if I'd managed to close down Mohawk when I got it, but it's still not bad.
I hadn't gotten around to india yet, but a quick raid to grab Dadra, forming the east india company, forming the Neatherlands (which had been waiting on founding the non-dutch east india company for over a hundred years), forming the DUTCH east india company, and founding the bank of amsterdam did the trick. And that was the last high-free trade decision I was waiting for - now I can start going merchantile for the East Indian Trade Route.
Damn that's a big CoT. Oh well, at least I held the record for 22 minutes. :P
Can I claim the record for holding a record for the shortest amount of time? :P
Out of interest, was that deliberately planned to be a big CoT or did it just happen? I know my New Vienna just emerged from me routinely closing down any CoT I captured below the threshold, but otherwise I didn't do anything particularly interesting trade-wise.
Actually I'm going to claim the record for highest population growth back, simply by making it my National Focus and passing Conduct Population Census decision. At the cost of 100,000 lives, 97% growth:
(And if you do the same, we might see if growth is capped, and if so, at 99% or 100%.)
Last edited by Worldbeing; 09-01-2010 at 01:28.
I had already moved my NF there for other reasons, so just had to pop off a census. Unfortunately trade is down a hair at the moment ('only' 7850) so we don't quite get to see if there is a cap or not. I'll keep an eye out though - we'll find out eventually this game. I think the Lisboa CoT I used to first take the record was over 100 growth when it peaked, but I don't have any screeneis of when it was at its highest, so I could be remembering wrong.
EU3 Save Suite - your one stop shop for everything related to EU3 savegames.
I want you to contribute to great tools developed for Paradox. See this thread. Help with the parsing or with creating an EU4 Savegame editor
Think you're the best EU3 player? Check out the EU3 Hall of Fame
Dealt: A polish colonel deals his last hand
The Swiss Account: The average documentation of the stereotypical Swiss.
"Cheese ages better than women but money is forever." - Davout
EU3 Hurt and Heal Archive
Hmm. How about the categories 'Most prestige from an Acceptable peace deal' and 'Most Infamy from and acceptabale peace deal'? Or some shorter, more catchy way to phrase those concepts? Infamy on this one wouldn't/won't last long, but the prestige may hang in there for a bit.
I promised you that I'll leave the game playing for the night and here I am, back with 14 hours of full minting:
I started by taking a few loans, then just leaving the game running. I also noticed that I had lost some territory during the years.
I also have a record for the highest AI BB:
All hail Richard XI, King of the Mod, Grand Duke of Simcity 4, and Tsar of All the Awesomes - The_ShepherdMy space at the Inkwell
Last update: 17/02/11
Now in a cinema near you!"Whoever boasts, should boast in the Lord." (1 Cor 1:31)
SC4 Advisors Summary | Vulture's SC4 Must-haves | The EU III Wiki | Fan of the Week | EU III Old Maps Guide | Paradoxian NSers
EU III Map Generator | Paradox Modders Group | My MiniCities: #1;#2 |The BoardTracker FanClub | Excellent Points | Immortal Monarchs
If I just could get to my pc, i think I would be able to get a record.
I was fan of the week: 9/28/09
On semi-permanent hiatus until CK 2 arrives. Don't expect to see me on.
“I didn’t attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it.” - Mark Twain