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.
Yes...but see belowlordashran said:does ccip work with daim?
and which should i install first?
And there may be a few more--I will take all such comments under advice--I've removed the two you mentioned. In many cases we simply don't know, so I would reserve removal from the file for the major recognizable ones and just sleep 50 random others.Wong Fei Hong said:I don't think Sun Liren or Xie Jinyuan belong on the list for puppet Chinese leaders...
Thanks for the tip. Will research him.nomonhan said:Here's another tech team that should be added to Nationalist China--he has escaped notice because he is more (in?)famous for his later activities as head of the Russian Liberation Army--his name is Andrei Vlasov, and he was part of the Soviet assistance to Nationalist China, but was withdrawn with the Ribbentrop-Molotov agreement. I would give him vonFalkenhausen's skill areas and an overall skill level of 3. He would be activated if the Soviet Union does Operation Zet and deactivated upon the Ribbentrop-Molotov agreement.
I am in the process of researching all CHI generals, and since a lot of them IRL defected to CHC after they lost the mainland (or even before), I don't think there'll be a lack of leaders for a post-Civil War CHC.KorPlayer said:BTW, are you also going to research CHC generals? It'd be great to add more leaders as they suffer from lack of it.
Yes, please! I haven't been focusing on the art department, so any help in that area would be greatly appreciated.clanjay1989 said:Like I mentioned in the old thread before, I have been working on Chinese leader/minister pictures, not that many though...But Mib would you like to include them in CCIP?
And I noticed that many CCIP event pictures have a green border around them, I can help fix that problem, what do you think?
So I haven't been making it too easy for CHI. That's good to know.Moltke said:One thing I've noticed though... I suck now. :wacko:
Thanks a lot for the list. I'm researching all the Chinese generals including the defected ones, so thanks for the research you did for your list, it should be helpful.nomonhan said:As Armageddon has introduced Puppet China as a state with ID # U87, here are tech team, minister and leader files:
AFAIK it's the one and the same Wang Jingwei.Kinseek said:I`m in the process of colorizing some pictures of Chinese leaders, for own usage and possibly GIP. Maybe you guys can help:
There are several entries for Wang Jingwei, but most with differing images; so I`m a little questioned as to whom is who, especially as one of them is named "Wang JingWei". They also feature him in military uniforms. Was he ever a general?
Also, anyone have a color picture of a NatChi officer army uniform? And who is "Wang Chonghui"?
After looking at some pictures, it would seem the most "standardized" uniform was brown, with a brown belt-sort-of-thing on the right side. I found this nice color photo of a wax model of Chiang Kai-Shek (left) and Zhang Xueliang (right).mib said:NatChi was pretty much a military junta so the line between civilian officials and military officers is often very blurred.
Wang Chonghui was a pretty generic high-ranking CHI minister. http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/王宠惠 Pass that through babelfish or something.
Color photos didn't even exist in CHI. They are several movies in color though I can't vouch for their historical accuracy. If you want I can dig those up. Caveat: Uniforms for soldiers as well as officers differed wildly based on region, time period, buddy-buddyness with Chiang Kai-shek, and sponsor (German, Anglo-American, Soviet, Japanese etc).
Like what Mib mentioned, the most standardized color might not be right in all cases, especially we have no idea when and where the old pictures were taken, thus would probably affect the accuracy of uniform colors...But who cares? I will search a bit on the web to see if there's anything you might need...Kinseek said:After looking at some pictures, it would seem the most "standardized" uniform was brown, with a brown belt-sort-of-thing on the right side. I found this nice color photo of a wax model of Chiang Kai-Shek (left) and Zhang Xueliang (right).
Using that as reference I made this . I was also very happy with my result on Wang Jingwei: BTW; - that is the other Wang JingWei, a fascist foreign minister available from 1939. And is the logistic wizard general from 1939. It sure does look like som other guy.
I would be interested in some photos, esp. of what could be a popular coat, and a hat used by the military.
I agree. Though I would perhaps have a sort of "general" picture of Wang as a general, and the one I posted for him as a minister. (A general has to use a uniform of course) My uneducated impression is that Wang was never really a general, more of a politican (as was said, the line in the kuomintang was blurred, but I would place Wang on the closer end of the non-military side). So if we can establish that all these Jingwei`s are the same person, we really should make the pic the same.clanjay1989 said:By the way, I think three of the Wang pictures are he himself...I'm pretty sure because I have seen all of these in many history books...I think you point out a very important fact, that is, many leaders and ministers have different pictures and names...That's sort of annoying, so I would really suggest that we "unify" all the names and pictures by using only one name or picture, what do you think?