- Apr 13, 2012
The stalemate continues. Who'll throw their nerves first?
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.
Remember when I said I got a big epic conquest to tell about but so far it's some guy fighting with his wife instead?Remember when I said that I was posting all of this (the climax) in one update?
True. Thanks!One episode or seven, no one counts when they are well written and interesting.
This is also true. Of course, Galerius is also having second thoughts about war as well...#JustCKThings
And you know how they say- "One plot leads to another".
Specially ck with its abundance of characters does an incredibly good job at this- someone is always up to something, and even if not there's stuff like battles where the Commanders can shine (or die), babies born and what not else.
Remember when I said I got a big epic conquest to tell about but so far it's some guy fighting with his wife instead?
Campaign progress is indeed not the only thing to be portrayed, I'm all with the post above on this behalf.
Specially when writing about and building up characters, ck all too often on its own creates these Ned-Stark-Moments, "oops, X died there suddenly at random (and this is gonna cause 10 years civil war as people are mad over it) oh crap".
Might as well be Galerius or Albinus don't survive this battle after all, even if it ends in victory ultimately. or the war. Or the next ten years...!
Yes. People can fight forever and fight well. Of course, wars aren’t eternal. Nature causes their outcome.With nightfall, fatigue, dehydration and hunger will play a bigger role than weapons and tactics.
Yep.To no surprise, being distracted from his thoughts by combat seemed to go smoother ^^
The bow is presumably not drawn when he’s using the sword, and the sword is probably in his quiver or otherwise stored when he’s using the bow. So it’s not at the same time exactly, but it’s still dual-wielding, if that makes sense.Triage requires making tough decisions. How he can handle the bow and sword at the same time? The bow is a two hand weapon.