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 do hope you didn't take offence at my previous comment mate. I only used the word "Hun" in keeping with the WWII atmosphere in this thread. I did not mean it as a disparaging remark to the German people in any way.Even more so the one behind this keyboard
Naa. I never take that sort of stuff serious. In fact, I like to use that particular phrase myself, despite being a patriot just like the next guy.I do hope you didn't take offence at my previous comment mate. I only used the word "Hun" in keeping with the WWII atmosphere in this thread. I did not mean it as a disparaging remark to the German people in any way.
In any case if I did offend you, entschuldigung.
Bah, All I can think now is the comments the German Soldiers say in Company of Heroes. E.g. They call the British Tommies, the Americans Yanks, and brag "Krupp steel and Porsche Engine, who can beat us?" and many more.In turn I like to call Americans Spams, Yanks and Septics and the Brits tommies.
quite.Talk about bad luck, right when you enter your ship the Jerries start bombing the shipyard! Wankers....
Ok. Casualties have been high, but, isn't a bit excessive to use nuns as part of the workforce?Ian meanwhile was sitting in a compartment that he shared with two nuns and two engineers that were going south to become part of the workforce that would repair HMS Effingham after the damage the Heavy Cruiser had taken from a regiment-strength IL2 strike on a convoy she had been escorting.
For the heavy strategic bombers there is a need, because unlike OTL, the TSR2 is a conventional tactical bomber. It is nuclear capable, but mainly meant for interdiction, i.e. conventional, low-level attacks against bridges, depots and the like.Just a "but". If the RAF has the TSR, there is no need for the B-1 Lancer, as seen here, I guess. Or event the F-111...