- Oct 5, 2007
:/ Hope we get through a few before it is time to leave
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.
Read below, it is revealed who it is.Oh I know. I bet his brother snuck up to talk privately then has stealthed off somewhere else
Good thinking, close. It should be revealed within the next future installments why. It will make a lot more sense why those dates keep getting vandalized.I wonder about those dates that were vandalized. Wiemar related, I would think.
Exactly! There are horrors that still lurk within Tristan's past, and those make for a great story.Hints of Tristan's darker past, I wonder what horrors still lurk in the darkness, waiting to pounce upon us. He has a lot of demons to combat, but there's still another, greater demon right in here in the real world he must defeat. I hope he doesn't lose focus.
You are right - it is his departed father talking to him. I like your thinking of the mayor, and you may be right, hehe.Damm this AAR is good. Keeps me on the edge of my seat. I think it is his departed father talking to him......but what do I know. And I hope at the dinner that he has the imbecile Mayor arrested and declared a traitor to the state......for theft of goods / services or whatever. Cant wait.......
Thanks. The frontline installments are fun; yet war is just not about the frontline action. There is a balance and there are some more "war action" installments soon (after I return from training, etc).I kind of miss frontline updates though, like the one when you recaptured Danzing from the Soviets or defended France. Something closer related to war itself. However, such is the charm of such AAR's - you make it come alive, but there is a price for it. As is with always.
Thanks!talking to a departed father? a Shakespearian classic. Love it.
Perhaps she needed to maintain her stoicism for now. I'm sure they'll have their moment later.I would have guessed that Tristans wife would have rushed to his husband instead of remaining seated...
I would have guessed that Tristans wife would have rushed to his husband instead of remaining seated...
Well Saithis pretty much said here sums up Christiana's reaction. They are at a dinner party with a guest who isn't family. I would say if Klemens (mayor) wasn't there, the reaction would have happened.Perhaps she needed to maintain her stoicism for now. I'm sure they'll have their moment later.
In the meantime, I wonder what is going to happen to our dearest Mayor.