Chapter 2: Specklenburg, beware!
As my allies left me, new ones pop up:
Hungary is good, and I accept Mazovia just to see if anything pops up, as Poland isn’t faring well in their Toktamysh war with the Golden Horde.
And sure enough, on the 3rd of June, 1404, Mazovia jumps on Lithuania, pulling in Poland, and only Poland. Of course I’ll join!
Poland is in deep trouble. Shortly afterwards Brandenburg DoWs, encouraging Meissen to join on the Polish side.
Oh, okay. New war in Russia. This replaces my war with Muscovy, as they also join.
As you probably can see, I’m besieging or controlling northern Poland. The Polish are in trouble. But Bohemia has WPed, and the Golden Horde left with some Lithuanian provinces. Lithuania is also experiencing rebel trouble at the moment.
It seems like Mazovia disagreed to the white peace:
And at this moment I realise that I may have lost some pictures, because the one with the automatic WP with Muscovy is gone. Bugger.
And now, to get your mind of my embarrassing fail, have a look as this three pictures, which, apart from showing me hiring a general with a shock value higher than 0, shows how bad Brandenburg failed.
Next: How not to offer peace deals