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    There's gonna be some crazy stuff within the next two posts.

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    Can't wait for the next one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by banci View Post
    Can't wait for the next one!
    Dude, I haven't written anything on Lords of Prussia for nearly 3 years.
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    Hope springs eternal, or so they say. Maybe you'll do a sequel of sorts in EU IV MEIOU&Taxes? That would be the AAR of my dreams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GulMacet View Post
    Hope springs eternal, or so they say. Maybe you'll do a sequel of sorts in EU IV MEIOU&Taxes? That would be the AAR of my dreams!
    It'd be a very different AAR because there were a lot of mistaken views I had about history when I wrote this (the biggest one was thinking that the state could somehow exist separately from society, which led me to 'buy in' to the Prussian myth of a rationalized state which also led to an ahistorically Enlightened Prussia in 1640). I do have an idea of writing a nice short Germany AAR between LoF1 and 2, but that'd be far more specific than the broad kind of AAR that LoP was.
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    Well, nobody said it had to be 'more of the same'. Just point M&T at the starting date and see where Brandenburgian/Prussian history goes from there, I'm certain your unique insight will make for a fascinating view of changing times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GulMacet View Post
    Well, nobody said it had to be 'more of the same'. Just point M&T at the starting date and see where Brandenburgian/Prussian history goes from there, I'm certain your unique insight will make for a fascinating view of changing times!
    I mean, to be honest, it's taken me 2+ years to get to the 1670s with Lords of France and it'll probably take me another year to finish it, so I wouldn't be looking forward to writing any AAR with a Europa universalis timeframe again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merrick Chance' View Post
    I mean, to be honest, it's taken me 2+ years to get to the 1670s with Lords of France and it'll probably take me another year to finish it, so I wouldn't be looking forward to writing any AAR with a Europa universalis timeframe again.
    Have you ever thought about making a book of it? There must be tens of thousands/hundreds of thousands words included in LoF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SerialCereal View Post
    Have you ever thought about making a book of it? There must be tens of thousands/hundreds of thousands words included in LoF.
    The issue is that non-narrative fictional history is not exactly a common genre
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