- Apr 17, 2013
I was looking at Richard III's family in the dynasty tree and it seems he has a Polish son. Is Prince Zygmunt's culture Polish? If so it make for an interesting turn of events in Franica.
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Next chapter might take a while with EU4 coming out on Tuesday... and also maximizing time for my Rosetta Stone sessions.I'm eagerly awaiting Chapter 33, it will be interesting to see how Richard III rises to the challenge.
One of my future chapters will be named "the Great Purge" (I already hinted at it earlier)... And what would be a strategy game without worthy opponents?Thus passes Richard II, an ordinary man driven to extraordinary heights. I enjoyed this line from the previous post: “One less wild horse in the herd”. Obviously culling the herd is a necessary Kingly pastime. Denmark and the HRE are real beasts. They could prove formidable, eh?
Good eye! He is indeed Polish...I was looking at Richard III's family in the dynasty tree and it seems he has a Polish son. Is Prince Zygmunt's culture Polish? If so it make for an interesting turn of events in Franica.
They're never happy anyway!With him being Polish your French vassals might not be too happy...
Still a few bolts to tighten. I might as well wait a bit before I do an Ironman of my convert while taking screenshots. I understand that Sunset Invasion is not everyone's cup of tea, but I like it. It adds a little flavour, even if it's highly fantasist. They might make worthy adversaries come EU4 as well...Sounds like there are problems with the converter. Sunset Invasion is the one DLC I never bothered buying for CK2. The idea just didn't grab me. However, that's an interesting map of NA. Aztec vs. Inca. Hmmm...
It's linked with the Sunset Invasion DLC, so depending on whether you want them buffed or not when you export is up to it.Yeah, the High American tech tree is the same as western I have read. If only there was a way to start EU4 with the EU4 map but Super North America I would be all over it...
I'm over 100 pages in my Word document, so reading it all in one day is flattering. Well, I understand why Paradox nerfed retinues... Worst come to worst, I would have emptied my levies and risk a war with the Holy Roman Empire.Well, I didn't do it in one sitting, but got it done in 24 hours.
Well done with defeating the much larger army. It's certainly not an easy task, but always satisfying when it happens.
They still hold a couple counties in Iberia...Trying to make a continental Francia, are we? Capturing England is mandatory.
That's the plan!Interesting turn of events for young Zygmunt, but it looks like you might add Hungary to your domain, soon you'll have those German's surrounded.
Hmm the birthday seems fine in the file. It seems it's the converter itself who gives him another 20 years. Oh well, perhaps if I rewrite it again? Or, I could just let him die as EU4 starts to make a "new age dawns" intro or something.About your monarch's aging problem in EU4 if you enter a birthdate in the monarch's file it should fix the problems of their age by giving their proper age. Great update as normal however.
There's some forum posters who don't like the Big Blue Blob (France)... It's really tempting to show my 1444 map, but I do try very hard not to until I get there!Great update, and AAR! Finally caught up, it will be really interesting seeing Francia in EU4. Seems as if by then you may have a pan-Europa already
Haha that is true I suppose! I'd post it out of sheer meanness just kidding, as I said I think it will be really interesting seeing your Francia in EUIV I imagine it will be able to be a colonial behemoth!!!There's some forum posters who don't like the Big Blue Blob (France)... It's really tempting to show my 1444 map, but I do try very hard not to until I get there!