- Aug 1, 2002
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.
Thanks It's nice to be back, I'm still trying to keep my mind fresh about ideas for the AAR and all of that.Glad to see you back in action
I have a feeling that putting Pak Hon-yong in a high governmental position, no matter how "harmless" it seems, is going to backfire in a rather spectacular way -- though, hopefully, not one that is fatal to the young Republic as a whole.
Hi there Nikita!I'm have to say that Asia is perfect place for perfect AAR's
Will glad to see your AARs about India or Pakistan. Nuclear powers, huge population, worthy economic base. What do you think?
Also Australia could be good choice.
IIRC, in NWO mod Australia was developed by man from Australia. Australia has a huge number of events, plus there was an opportunity to provoke a war against communist China and Indonesia
Thanks a lot for your masterpiece. Glad to see you
Indeed!Yeah, tech only updates can be a drag to write at times.
Thanks ^^ I haven't been able to post around yours, but I've been checking it and reading. A part of me wished you would play the Confederate States, haha, but I'm enjoying the ride with that one.Just caught up with this awesome AAR again and really great work as always...Cold War intrigue is always fun to read
Thanks ^^ I haven't been able to post around yours, but I've been checking it and reading. A part of me wished you would play the Confederate States, haha, but I'm enjoying the ride with that one.
And we haven't got to the crazy times that lay ahead, so, stick around.
Poor CSA, I saw you already declared warGlad to hear it looking forward to that so!
Honestly I only narrowly decided to do the USSA over the Confederates and will definitely be going back to do the CSA at a later time so that should be fun, glad to hear you're enjoying it anyway
That would be something good, I'll keep that in mind. I guess I could speak more about technology if it's something important as, a new generation MBT or something like that.In terms of technology, you could do broad updates every 5-10 years or so just to show what kinds of things Korea and the world are getting up to.
Hi everyone, I'm currently working on the next update, it will probably be an interlude but, I'm trying to decide...
If it's in the past, 1956, it will be a foreign event or a domestic event.
The other option is 2019 and I'd try to cover how Korea is faring in some aspects, like social issues as currently the country is kinda... Shaken by all the issues surrounding women rights and safety.
Anyways, keep an eye over here.
Poor CSA, I saw you already declared war
And yes, CSA could be enjoyable as you'd have a tough fight against the Red Yanks and the commie mexicans at the south I guess.
I hope you eventually free China from Chiang too.
Indeed!The Suez Crisis ends in a fizzle, and with France and the UK getting egg on their faces -- though, given the historical outcome, it's likely that they would have found themselves in that position no matter what they did. Israel and Egypt come out their real winners here, and while they may never grow to truly trust one another the fact that the Suez Canal remains open surely relieves one possible sore spot.
Meanwhile, it looks like Indochina is about to turn hot again...
Oh don't worry, we aren't getting an alliance of both countries, that would totally disrupt the universe.An Israeli-Egyptian secret alliance is potentially a very dangerous thing for the rest of the Middle East I am thinking.