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.
Yep. It's called kill a boss, become the boss . Seems to happen a lot in dictatorships...wonder why.Holeeee shit. Tristian kills Himmler only to get his job? Sweet
I'm going to say with the former, based on the titles of future installments and plot lines I've worked through. I hope to get a lot more accomplished in the next few weeks before my vacation and then required departure.So, will Tristan now use his position to bring Hitler down or will he make peace with Hitler now that he is one of the most powerful people in the Third Reich?
Heydrich is most likely dead. I haven't quite determined his fate though, he may show up, he may not. It really depends on if there is time to "talk" about him. I'm still very much trying to keep the story based around Tristan and the events he witnesses or partakes in, because this is somewhat of memoir by him.That was unexpected.
What became of Heydrich? Did he got killed as usual?
Unfortunately, I cannot modify the orders. Follow the chain of command, and the command says beginning June 11th until sometime in November, maybe December I will be performing wonderful training for the country. I'll try to make the last installment before the six month wait as suspenseful as possible!Nice one TekcoR....I thought Tristan might be elevated to right hand man of the Fuhrer...but I thought he might replace Bormann...but appointed as Reichfuhrer SS???? Bonus appointment!! My guess at appointment to assist Tristan is General Rudolf Schmidt, but only because his name fits your clues...lol....
I wish you another happy vacation ....but please no 6 month waits!!!!
Can't say USAF...You mean United States Army Air Corps/Force until 1947. Sorry, history. Gotta love it =).I might have missed it, but do I guess correctly that you serve in our fabulous Armed Forces? Getting deployed? My Dad served 30 years in the USAF, starting off as a gunner on B17's bombing the Reich. Sadly, I never served in the military, but have proudly served as a 'law man' for almost 30 years. My adopted son is a Capt in the US Army, and has been deployed 3 times so far. God Bless all of you! Keep up the great work.
LOL, Nebraska should have trained you well.Can't say USAF...You mean United States Army Air Corps/Force until 1947. Sorry, history. Gotta love it =).
I will stay safe, though it might be hard for a Yankee to stay safe in rebel territory of South Carolina!