More seriously, that did cross my mind. But if he can't reach the area, can he command the army?
Gameplay-wise, of course not. It doesn't have anywhere near the effect. But as far as the spirit of the game/AAR goes, then sure it is in my opinion. Granted, as this is mostly a gameplay AAR it isn't as evident as in a narrative. Still, becoming something else than Inti in "Children of the Sun" would be totally out of place.So you're staying Inti. I'm not sure your staying Inti is the same as TSCs.
This. Maybe I should get into another phony war with the Europeans - I didn't have any events then.The Incas do seem to be aggrieved by something - lack of involvement in fighting.
Rest assured, I'm trying to get one with everyone who doesn't have a proper heir.Try getting a PU with Tlaxcala.
Yeah, I had to post that screenshot although it had no specific function. Looked too nice to leave out. Although you may be on to something - then again, that isn't exactly going out on a limb!Although the new Mesoamerican borders look rather nice and sane. I bet it lasts about five minutes.
Heh, I had boatloads of those (the rebels distracting me so that I can't start the war they want me to start) in a vanilla Mamluk game back when HTTT was new.I feel your pain about the 'Ruler X shows weakness' events. I loaded up a game as Ethiopia, got hit with it twice in six months, and then killed the rebels, bluntly pointing out that I had been about to start a war with Adal when they distracted me. Finally, they were dead, I was overrunning Adal, everything was going great...and then the Mamluks jump me. The game ended shortly after that.