Last edited by Mr Bernie; 11-04-2012 at 14:49.
this doesn't show it all that well but it had me scratching my head:
So Count Baldewin revolted against me and yet he's leading my troops against himself!!! Either he has multiple personalities or he's just easily confused.
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I've got a couple, both in the same game, actually.
First, Bogomilist Byzantine Empire. They would actually alternate successively for two centuries between Catholic and Bogomilist rulers, while the Tengri Golden Horde wiped out the all of the Russian Orthodox believers, so Orthodox ceases to exist.
Second, having to do with the Tengri Golden Horde, I present to you Hochmeister Khachigun of the Teutonic Order, owning a single county on the Eastern edge of the map. Success.
The Countess is 35, and the High Chief 37, Is that the son's tool tip or a brother?
And not so much strange, as just...
The remedy to the great schism was fighting over Duke McNobody's ducal claim in the Shia Caliphate. (Also, the war is just plain epic, doomstacks everywhere.)
No screenshot as of yet, but an imo funny culture cross: after establishing Scandinavian overlordship in the Levant, I've just married off a Finnish princess with the 'Muslim' looks to a Levantine ruler with 'Western' looks in an attempt to not have the Arab look completely wiped from the characters.