I suspect that it should be "Arsed" or something along those lines, otherwise that sentence makes no sense to me ^^
Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. - Murphy's law
The Dream of Dumbarton Watch the rebirth of Strathclyde in my first AAR!
Best Character Writer of the Week: 3/2/13 Fan of the week: 1/6/13
"Fear not what will be, fear what has already come to pass"
I'm 25 and in the military.
I like the role-play aspect of Paradox games and Crusader Kings is the best game for it.
Im 19 and a student from Denmark, I play CK which satsfies my wish to become an absolute monarch with his subjects whom i can use to rage war, and expand my territory, and because il have the ability to have peoples lives within my grip. Lives which i can destroy simply by clicking execute!
18 and second year High school student from Spain. Play these games because they're the perfect time killers.
Blood And Fire NOT Fire And Blood! - A Game of Thrones AAR where Valyrians may not have such an easy time conquering Westeros! (Abandoned due to lack of interest)
The Lone Wolf - AGoT AAR (Finished!)
I am 19 years old, Linguistics major.
Have a deep interest in medieval history and love CKII because it is just the kind of strategy game I enjoy, as well as EU3.
High School History Teacher
45 Years Old
I have always loved strategy games since the board wargames of the 1970s (Avalon Hill)
The Middle Ages is one of the time periods I am fascinated by and CKII seems to have all the elements I like in a Historical Strategy Game.
20 years of age history major with a side order of cultural studies. I'm from Stockholm, Sweden and is rather in love with this place. I'm an avid roleplayer, leading several campaigns at once. I am also one of the organizers of one of the biggest LARPs in Sweden, the Ordaves/Granlands-campaign.
Oh, and I've been in a play once and actually been recognized when I was out doing other stuff. I've never felt so famous like right then.
I liked the first Crusader Kings and will like the second because I've always been fond of the personal side of history, as well as the "feel" of a time period. There is no other game that does either of them better than Crusader Kings, in my humble opinion.
...A flower of iron, a flower of death, beautiful, unbendable and deadly.
So first you announce Crusader Kings 2, then a game with Crusader Kings elements set in feudal Japan. Why not just go the whole hog and give away a rock of Paradox brand crack with every pre order?
I am 13 years old,live in greece and love history(half of the house is filled with history books :P)
I like this game because it combines strategy with history and nice/epic music.It also has good material for role-playing.
(Being 13 makes me feel slighty out of place since most people are 20+ :P)
[22:23:51] <Groogy> Mathrim, give it to me gently
What Crusader Kings 2 makes you say:
[19:23:43] <Duke> I just need my damn wife to die
[19:23:48] <Duke> Then I can invade and take their shit
13 year old American 0.0 <----- most unique here.
Wannabe Quallity assurance tester for Pdox Interactive.
21 years old from Sweden, currently working as a barista, i have played paradox games since eu2 and have always loved rpgs and strategy games, when im not conquering the world i probably rage on starcraft 2.
19 years, studying pharmaceutical sciences. I really like strategy games, specialy the paradox ones. Its awesome have the power to change the world and build a new one, making things different. Its a total brain challenge
I'm 21 from Australia. I've just finished a BA Arts (hons) in politics and history. My honours year was in 20th century American history...So it's not really related to paradox games, but I love reading up on all history. I'm currently working in admin but on the side I occasionally write for sites like cracked.com (which has recently taken an interest in history articles.)
I've played paradox games for around two years now, and as far as games go for historical plausibility, paradox games are the best.
20 years, Computer Engineering student.
Have an huge passion for history and nation/city building games(Civ games, old sierra's city builders,etc..) which eventually lead me to paradox.
The Eternal State - a DH-KR Ottoman AAR - Dropped due to health reasons
Struggle for the Mediterranean - a BOR Punic War MP AAR - Dropped due to AGEOD leaving Paradox
One of these days I will actually finish an AAR
"Holy Roman Empire. Neither Holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire. But it doesn't have any oil so no reason for military intervention" -Voltaire.
17 years old student with an interest for history and I have been playing paradox games ever since my big brother showed me EU1 sevral years ago
Ohh My Herregud!
A 23 y.o. who got interested in the evolution of societies and social relations several years ago. Being a computer sciences student, I enjoy computer modelling and thus happen to be naturally attracted towards sophisticated models of historical development. Like the ones offered by Paradox. Add obsessive compulsion to micro-manage, and you get the picture.