And once the european kingdoms have beaten you, the Ottomans knock at your door. If you ever played Byzantium in DW you know what this is about.
Although it might have been better to add all flags from the european majors into the wave instead the modern EU one.
Anyway the red eyes are just brilliant.
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Trebizond is less challenging than Byzantium, given the current state of things. Lucky Trebizond can quickly take Sinope and Kaffa, vassalize Candar, and then hide for decades >.<
Last edited by The_Tom; 23-01-2011 at 06:25.
In my recent game as Napoli, I was able to release Catalunya from Aragon as a peace deal. In a war which Venice didn't participate or lead or have remote relations with me, and without declaring war on a OPM I was allied with, they vasselized my Catalunya.
Oh man, that happened to me just yesterday too! Those AI nations are real quick about vassalization...
Happened to me in my Saxony game, I'm scared.
**Not that their entire Empire is still intact.
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