Marshal of the Empire
- Oct 19, 2007
aww, it would have been so good if my 2000th post was this thread's 2000th post.
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.
I currently have two fleets in the North Sea, Home Fleet with the Nelsons and a couple of QEs, all in all 27 flotillas including escorts, the Channel Fleet with four BBs.Curse you! IT better be a British task force ready to turn the soviets into some communist particles. What are your in game forces actually in the area?
Well, the chairman can certainly declare a "War on Terror" and try to win public support like George Bush.It should be interesting in a few years, when peace becomes the norm and memories of the war fade, to see how happy people are then. The Chairman had better pull some more economic tricks out of the bag (or train up FBI up to KGB levels) if he wants to stay in power beyond the short term.
Trek, you know that what you have in store is limited, while what I can hope for is unlimited.gaiasabre11 Yes, but unlike you I know what the future has in store for them.
:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:Well, the chairman can certainly declare a "War on Terror" and try to win public support like George Bush.
Heheh. well, I meant that I know what happened in the game. How it actually translates into the AAR is still totally unknown, even to me.Trek, you know that what you have in store is limited, while what I can hope for is unlimited.
Hrm. I thought the UAPR was more like China?tredkaddict said:The biggest 'employer' was now a brand-new, gigantic factory that produced bread and all sorts of grain products, mostly fuelled by the collective farm. Between the Army base, the farm and the factory, the town enjoyed a good standard of living, much better than many of the rural villages to the South-West and in the mountains where the people just now were beginning to come of a hand-to-mouth way of living. The Party was struggling to solve these problems, because a well-fed, busy and warm population was a happy population. For this very reason the Central Industrial Peoples Commissariat was dispersing many of the broken-up industrial complexes of the rust-belt throughout the states of the Middle-west where the situation was worst. For example a small town about 200 miles to the south had recently opened a factory that had formerly belonged to General Motors and that was now producing farming machinery.
Yes, but not quite. "More like China" applies more to the later years, as they are still in the experimental phase of Orthodox communism. There are differences. They aren't putting everything on heavy industry for example, there is still a big 'market' for consumer goods that needs to be supplied.Hrm. I thought the UAPR was more like China?