Need to consider that a smaller nation is effectively "easier" to govern than a large nation, much less an empire. The "disproportionate" level of magistrate/building activity in OPMs reflects that ... nevermind it (1) gives them a better chance at surviving vs larger nations, and (2) the "over-construction" disappears when a larger nation annexes.
Something like that happened to me so many times, that now i just grab a pillow and scream...
It also goes well with my being lazy...
btw this is why I appreciate republics, no such thing as regency council, or waiting for a good ruler
EU3 is a grand attempt to reverse engineer history.
I have once ragequit the forums, and there were nothing of value lost.
This always sends me into murderous rage. Hope it wasn't covered yet as I haven't had the time to go through the entire thread yet.
This is what would happen when you try to aggress some OPM or 2PM without studying the map beforehand:
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"If you are the Sultan, come and lead your armies. If I am the Sultan I hereby order you to come and lead my armies" Mehmed II to his father and former Sultan; Murad II, before the Battle of Varna
No screenshots here, please. We have a screenshot thread for that.
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Ireland's Teardrop -- EU3 DW Munster/Ireland AAR. Follow the story of Munster, taking over the entire North American continent!
Rule Helvetia! Helvetia Rule the Waves... -- Victoria 2 beta AAR. Watch Switzerland defeat the British Royal Navy... or die trying!
What if the Pope had 200,000 men? -- A Papal States EU3 1.3 aar (abandoned/finished after owning 70% of the world)
haha, build X spam! I knew there was a reason I edited those out of HTTT, time to do the same for DW :P
That was my face when i got my 5- on Swedish random sample (It's good that i got chance for retry)
Ps. those were just mad paint skills L Lawliet
Nothing to say.
Fan of the Week - 31 July, 2011