- Jul 1, 2007
It's going to be worse, the next update is two-thirds done!
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.
the part that really sucks for the enemy is the british seem to readily spawn all sorts of these merry little bands of special forces types and as if that isn't enough they also have the ability to give you a terminal case of ghurkas.Same here actually. I was always a fan of 'subtle' warfare, and that's something Them have always been good at.
Ehranthe part that really sucks for the enemy is the british seem to readily spawn all sorts of these merry little bands of special forces types and as if that isn't enough they also have the ability to give you a terminal case of ghurkas.
KurtCouldn't you just siege the city by all means possible?
Ironic and improper as this may sound given the circumstances and the subject of this piece, we would all do well to remember those that died in the earthquake yesterday, on the 11th.
Very true. I just hope it's not 3rd time even more unlucky as following on from the Canterbury quake the ring of fire is being definitely unpleasant this year.
It might be that OTL he got too out of touch with developments due to the long captivity. However from what little I know of it his performance in NW Europe in 44-45 seems to have been fairly ordinary. Possibly it was just a matter of circumstances as the relatively small forces and rapid movement in N Africa suited his character.As for O'Connor, public perception of him outside of those more well informed than most people is that he was one of the great unknowns of the war. Most people don't even know that he, once out of captivity actually commanded forces in Western Europe, and merely regard him as the man who could have wrapped up North Africa earlier. It's hard to figure out how he would have fared in a position where he was supreme commander, and I think I went for an acceptable middle road here, even though I am probably still doing the man a massive disservice.
Ugh! This is going to be very ugly then. Hope a lot of the civvies can get out and we don't lose too many forces. Should still have a good firepower edge, it's just how often we can use it.Anyway, the Battle of Manila is inspiring the Battle of Rangoon.
Is there any other kind? [I don't know why a certain country is so insistent that feet are the things they have on the ends of their arms.] Proper, European footie of course.