Here's one from way back in 1.2.
Here's one from way back in 1.2.
Sir Robert, OLIR, Sovereign of the Order of the Large and Intimidating Robert
Knights of the Order: TemplarComander, loki100, Enewald, Chris Taylor, Nathan Madien, Svip, Slan, (Mr.) Capiatlist, LeCare, Redandwhite, ThunderHawk3
Ever wanted to become President? Now you have the chance in The Presidents: 1836 - 1936 - An Interactive US AAR!
Current President: Richard A. Jarvis (R)
Current V-President: William Gallatin (R)
Joseph Henry Harrison (1903 - 19??), General, US Army, ret.
Wanted to take Austria for a spin. When I had a truce with France from taking Alsace-Lorraine I decided that Prussia would be easy prey - since France was their only dangerous ally at the time.
God yeah. In my latest game Prussia made my war last at least a year longer than I expected.
No Voting/Secret Ballots
(comic coming soon, once I get to my computer.)
"I am a dummy-file.
I'm here to ensure that the mod directory is created.
I have done my task, yay me!"
Sometimes I wonder if there is a secret code, where the AI can make decisions that "prolong' an unfavored war.
First time playing on 1.2, choose prussia, formed NGF, and then france declared war to humiliate me and :
BigBadBob: Are you actually suggesting you wouldn't want to play a communist USA!?
This thread's hilarious. Looking forward to more ragecomics !!
what do you think
Look At My AARs In my Ink well Here
The Solution to all the worlds problems is utterly simple. We should set up all government so they run like an Episode of Yes Minster. At least that way the politicians will be so busy fighting the government that they will not have time to invade other countries. Equally it will mean that countries will be well run the half of the time which is about an improvement equal to half the time in the amount of time a country is well run. What could ever go wrong.
Yeah... I hate that too. Atleast in VRRP, all of the generals are good (some better than others, but none has big ass negative modifiers), so you aren't wasting your valuable leadership on some bad ones.
Oh hell yes, there is so much rage with the general issue it just blows me away. As Switzerland I had 36+ generals at one point, and only 7 armies. In all that I couldn't find more than 6 decent generals cause the good ones would appear and die off like flies while the terrible ones hung around like despotic patriarchs for the whole god damn century!. *rraaaaaggggeeeee*
"It's a history game. History was tedious. History did not encourage world domination." - forums user V1ribus
List of CK2 Traits: Grey Eminence; Poet; Homosexual, Genius, Humble, Ambitious, Gregarious, Honest, Paranoid, Cynical, Proud, Slothful, Lustful
(Yes I know humble and proud are opposites.)
A Multiplayer Game with 2 Friends.
Prussia, Netherlands and Russia. We were too lazy to declare a war against Austria and allies(United Kingom, Ottoman Empire, North Italian Minors, France)
Only Saxony was needed to form NGF.
I build my first rage
Prussia is strong, but far too often it happens, that the other german nations don't drop out of great power ranks
oh, with (I) unite germany I always mean greater germany ...
The famous liberal transition :
Oh my god... I just hate Laissez Faire so much, it's simply never useful for me. State capitalism has all that laissez-faire has, plus the possibility for player to intervene by building and expanding factories, also subsidizing them, while laissez-faire just depends on capitalists to do everything (and they're really bad at it). :@
That's the biggest reason to hate democracy, but all those immigrants... damn, you can't not appreciate that bonus from democracy.
Actually Laissez Faire is really nice if you build SURE companies while with state capitalism, such as Liquour, cars, phones, airplanes etc and then switch to laissez faire and let capitalists just expand factories whenever there are unemployed people.
Imagine clicking "expand" button when playing with say Brazil or other bigger country with 8+ states and 8 factories in each and flooding 100k unemployed craftsman in each provinces because your factories are full and it takes time to lvl them up, while all your pops are mad rerolling to craftsmen cuz all rgos etc are full.
Another downside to state capitalism and subsidies is that it lowers your industrial score if you have a company and its on -, often when I delete such company my industrial score goes up, even if others are full so it's not from them being filled up with people. Another note - Laissez Faire gives +5% factory output + liberal/anarcholiberal parties almost always have full citizenship and that's what you want, especially as new world immigration magnet.