"I told the doctor I broke my leg in two places. He told me to quit going to those places." - Henny Youngman
EU3 In Nomine: Provence (complete) | Castille (Andalucia CoT, complete) ● | Prussia (10-May-1688 start, abandoned)
EU3 Heir to the Throne: Prussia (10-May-1688 start, corrupted savegame) | Bar (complete) | Hansa ● | EU3 HTTT Combat Tutorial
Victoria 2: Sick Man of Europe - an Ottoman AAR (will try to get back to this...) | A History of the People of Canada - a POPulist AAR (on hiatus)
Weekly Awards: Fan: 13-Mar-2010 | WritAAR: 11-Apr-2010 | Fan: 02-Nov-2010 | Character Writer: 28-Nov-2010
Crusader Kings: Parmesan Cheese - The Rise (or fall) of the di Parma dynasty, The Rise of Heresy and the end of the Catholic Church
Peter Ebbesen AAR, this can't be bad
What a fine woman there, hopefully we'll see Caladria united under one queen
My modding stuff:
Wave's modding guide: a tutorial for adding countries to EU: Rome, works with EU3 too!
Wave's modding guide #2: Understanding and creating events
Letters from wAAR - An experimental Rome AAR with Epigoni Mod Winner of the Best character writer of the week award 1/6/12
This is SPARTA! Can the world be dominated by squads of 300 men swinging spears and crying the name of their home country?
Legions of Rome! RISE and show them all our might!
It has been on standby for a long time as the puerile writing got to be too much for me and I needed a break and then got occupied with other things. I hope to get it started again during my summer vacation this year, but no promises.
Confused about how manpower is determined in EU4? Read my Manpower Guide
Finally got around to writing a list of my AARs in the inkwell.
For those interested in Dominions 4 (SP or MP), we have organize the Wrinkletoes games and answer general questions related to the game in this thread.
For EU4, the ten chapters of my beta AAR, The Phoenix Rising have been made public.
Currently writing: Russian Cheese! An Expansion Test AAR, testing EU4 1.2 expansion mechanics. Latest update 9/11/2013 is 1730 with 441 provinces, ~294 vassal provinces, and 1297/888 regiments.