The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
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Hearty congratulations on completing the CK2 section of this AAR!
However, I believe I have spotted an error:
In your 'Papal Pronouncement of 1452' update you write:"In the fall of 1452, Pope Urban II announced that beginning in December 31, 2012..."
Should that be December 31, 1452 or is that your way of saying that the EU3 section will start on December 31 2012?
Oh. Never mind then. Though I believe there still are more suitable tags...
By the way, what happened with Genoa? I assume they're still called "Genoa"?
For some reason, it decided that the Republics of Genoa, Tunis and Sardinia were in personal union, like the Kingdoms of England and Ireland. Which means that it translated as three countries that may not stick together...honestly, it seems unlikely that it would as a republic.
And I fixed the 2012 thing. And yeah, I'll post a link to the new thread when I start it in the EU3 section.
The Pope invoked the doctrine of Papal infallibility and excommunicated Duchess Euphemia when she attempted to argue that the name of her realm was surely not a matter of doctrine.
CanOmer's map only changes the visuals. The map is changed, but in a way 100% compatible with vanilla saves. In fact you could switch to it halfway through the second one.I have now opened the EU3 thread with a view of the northwestern part of the map.
It's here: http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum...According-to-Paradox-A-Hands-Off-AAR-Part-Two
As to the questions posed: yes, the Franco-Algerian state will appear in EU3. They hadn't quite made it to kingdom status in CK2 but held a number of duchy titles.
I'm not familiar with CanOmer's map. Does it just change the visuals? I don't want to do anything that might interfere with my conversion of the game to Vicky 2 when the time comes.