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.
Here's to hoping! Because if it doesn't... well, that wouldn't be good, to say the least.I've looked it up meanwhile Blame yourself for this being a good story also without requiring exact background info and research right while reading
Now let's hope Scythia has an organizer as Centurio and that he's better informed about the place of battle than Galerius or me.
Galerius doesn’t like the current plan at least. Then again, it isn’t being followed at all at the moment, so…Powerful Bow!!! Able to shoot a few miles!!! Do the Sassanids escape Hasakah? Does Galerius have a new plan? Stay tuned Roman fans! Same Roman time! Same Roman channel!
True. Galerius does think that Kavadh knows about the other army’s existence, just not where they are. The battle would’ve started before that information could be shared, even if the Sassanid emperor did know it.It might not always pick the best paths regardless, but for awareness, it's safe to assume any AI has a spymaster in any province to spot player armies
Yup! It's very convenient...Yup, game files thankfully allow research on what of matter happened when also in other realms and courts than the own to a degree. I might or might not have researched before what was going on in Constantinople in 784 in my game ^^
Specially for narrative AAR's that do not only focus on player's actions or what affects them this can bring in quite interesting perspective, so definitely a good idea.