As someone who google-translated a section of this, I can say that this man is a poet who deserves to be appreciated in his own time, but sadly probably won't. Cudos to your brave, yet delicate prose.
This be my Germany, got it from Luneburg, which I was rather pleased with myself about. I've got France in a PU, so it's all nice and serene, lost the drive to anything else with it though however...
Whoa, that Portugal
Prince Eugene of Savoy
Quick, Kind, Paranoid, Honest, Proud, Chaste, Just, Content, Charitable, Cynical
You can call me Dan.
If you want to see my Tripoli (not so) horribly fail... PiRAAtes! Ongoing again. Hopefully.
A work in progress - but I'm almost done re-creating the Roman Empire. I just have to go to war with the occupied Pope (who is battling the Hafsids) and the..Spaniards >>
"If Humanity does not end war, War shall end humanity."
"Resistance is futile. Your biological and technological distinctiveness will be assimilated into the collective." - Genghis Khan
I thought he was referencing the actual Roman Empire and not the decision, my bad.
Is this better for a Roman Empire?
Don't mind the rebels, just Integrated Castille from a PU since they had refused to be inherited for some 150 years.
This doesn't count as off topic, does it?
No cheats, no exploits. Just a lucky hand as Aragon/Portugal went to war with Castille after about 1 month game time. That was my chance to grab my piece of the cake, and the conquest started.
After taking some lands from Castille and settling peace I got dowed by Aragon/Portugal. I had to cede 1 province to them after almost all my armies were defeated. Massive pretender rebels appeared and I let them win. There was my new 28k men army for free
Since then I never lost a province. Next target is either France or Fez, not sure yet.
Challenge: Wipe Christianity off the face of continental Europe up to Lithuania, at least.