- Jun 22, 2010
Is STILL Speachless
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 there's one obvious possibility, which would fit the circumstances. However that would cause serious problems if the news came out. Mostly for a person I detest, but currently at least he's an ally.This sure is one hell of a shitstorm. I bet George was assassinated. It would be too anticlimactic if it was an accident.
Trekaddict - this makes it sound like only the king died from the royal family. I had got the impress that the car they were in was devastated and the queen also died. If so I expect that both parents would have been mentioned here when Dill referring their draughter's feeling. Is the queen mum as she would be now still alive?“That it does, Commander.” Sir John interjected, “but prudence requires it that we still conduct a full inquiry. It is not only that but also because we owe it to the Queen to find out exactly what happened to her father. Basic decency if you will.”
I'm puzzling over that as well. Rough calculations that makes it ~1st November 1949 but means nothing to me - as a non-yank. Not an election year which is the only thing that comes to mind. [Unless the hell is meant literally and some reference to fiction that involves some crisis with a visitor from somewhere very warm].Kurt_Steiner Sherlock, according to the author, is retired by now.
And seven years?
Thanks for clarifying those points. Just realised there's another chapter below to read.stevep(1) Well, if there really was a plot, we will find out. Ian was right though, on the surface no one has anything to gain from assassinating the King.
Re the bomb: That was badly formulated. Basically what I meant was that the scene was declared safe when the King's party set out from Coventry, but the bomb that killed him was found while he was underway and couldn't be called back. The screwup atm is seen as the fact that no one set up a perimeter and stopped the King there.
stevep(2) GAH! o I'll edit that immediately. Queen Mum died too.