- Oct 8, 2008
Soccer! I wonder where it originated here.
Also, go Bendiks!
Also, go Bendiks!
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.
Yup. The whole world is crrrrrazy!Riiiight, I forgot. They were French Muslims who moved to Tunisia and area. Complicatedness!
Thanks, I enjoy writing them. Mostly to show everyone the world and give subtle hints.These Modern updates are to die for! They are so awesome. I am pissed that the conclusion of that conflict won't be known until you reach the fourth book.
Soccer, eh? I expect nothing less outta you.
Then don't fret! Because I don't think I'll be done anytime soon. I'm still only two years in.Mr. Comm er- Capitalist, I've been reading your Prussia AAR since around January of 2010 and I must say, if you stop making these stories anytime soon I will be filled with sadness.
Hard to tell. Like in our world democracies play a game of pick and choose with less democratic countries. Carthage is rather democratic itself, but is afraid of Kanem turning into essentially a terrorist state, and since they share a desert border, it is hard to patrol. France and England are up there, Aragon and Sweden tend to value democracy more then others, but also more Euro-centric.And Aragon has no interests in Africa?
Who is the most belligerent watchdog of democrac?
Probably England. But as in real life it differs from nation to nation (and even tier to tier).Soccer! I wonder where it originated here.
Also, go Bendiks!
No, quite the opposite. I don't think the world has a sole super power.I assume that, according to your post, that Prussia is the sole superpower of the late twentieth-twenty first century?
I've thought about it.This needs to be a mod for DH or something
It depends, Prussia did not suddenly get plopped into the modern world. If anything, Prussia's shift from Communism to Democracy is a stabilizing factor. I haven't gotten too far into it yet, (it is mentioned by Heino in 39.5 that there are many autocratic states) but there is a third ideology during the cold war: Monarchism and Reactionary-ism, which is still very strong in Asia and the Near East as well as some places you wouldn't expect it.From the snippets of politics you've posted, there seems to be a very delicate balance of power in the world, which it looks like Prussia is gonna end up disturbing...
I'll find the relevant posts later. Archer now. Also, they will get a culture update... eventually.That was a great post, Mr. C. You definitely captured the bleak situation New Edessa resides in.
However, I don't remember the Croatian crusaders in Homelands. How on Earth did they get into the Persian Gulf?
Pavl will probably pop up again, but no promises.Nice, thanks.
Greate update, once again
I hope we'll get more news of Pavl in the future
More of a trade city, but with a Qurati quarter. The Qurati are not as Croatian as Croats in Croatia (say that five times fast), they are very Arabic in appearance.Awesome map.
And it's just now that I realised Qurati sounds a lot like Qunari. So, perhaps, we'll get a Croatian city state in Goa?