- Jul 1, 2007
I shall relay the congrats.
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.
Well, what was mentioned in the update is the plan... Who is to say it stays that way? The thing is though, with Market Garden being planned and more reinforcements going to the Far East ( more on that soon ) there isn't much the Brits can spare on such short notice.I do hope British support extends beyond just a couple of dozen SAS men, formidable though they may be I do wonder just how much difference a tiny contingent can make against the mostly mobile irregular rebels.
If the rebels had much in the way of fixed bases and standard military organisation I could see a role (sabotage, recon, etc). But as just plain scouts they are somewhat over-qualified and lacking in numbers.
I await with interest how this all pans out.
1) Communist neighbor to the south plus the radical idea of reform a bit earlier (Dupplessis isn't there yet I beleive)I really love this rebellion! GO QUEBEC!
But if I may say so, it's completely impossible with the social realities of quebec in the 40's to 1) be communist LOL, 2) choose Canada before their families. The only way you can expect that is by making the Church call for resistance either to communist or loyalist!
Indeed, Go Canada!1) Communist neighbor to the south plus the radical idea of reform a bit earlier (Dupplessis isn't there yet I beleive)
2) Trek already answered that one.
3) You should know your history about the Church pre-Dupplessis
I....supervised....the updates, myself being a ....Quebecker, I'm pretty sure everything is at least plausible. I mean, think of the FLQ, they did alot of crap and didn't even have any support. Imagine if they had weapons supplied from the yanks!
Lastly, Go Canada, you bloody separatist!
None whatsoever. The mechanics of the world I created and the likelyhood of something like the uprising didn't become clear until I started writing and investing a lot of time, sweat and money into fleshing this world out more.This SAS led sneeky-stuff looks great. Was there any gameplay demonstration of this (ie use of Intel functions)?