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.
The modern updates will likely make some more appearances given the popular demand.When it comes to cyborgs...let alone self aware robots
the only good machine is a dead machine!
I haven't commented in a while but as usual excellent updates.
I especially enjoyed the glimpses of the "modern" world
Yeah, they were not state-sponsored programs of expansion like other colonial powers, rather just brave families headed out into the unknown.I'm not expecting the Norse colonies to last any longer than the colonies after Leif Eriksson did. Mostly either assimilated, wiped out, or starved to death, or gave up and went home.
It being my birthday today(Turning 20), can I make a tiny request? I'd like to hear about something like prussian architecture/uniforms/flags, like war ensigns, naval ensigns. Prussian fashion and "taste" so to speak. Is it unique or just a mild variation of something slavic?
Good to hear that they are working.I see them. Have you checked your browser blocking this or that?
Thank you.Good update, adds to the intrigue and delicacy of Prussia's lifestyle to us viewers.
It never really caught me about prices, but yes I did chose from historically prevalent colors (with the exception of purple).I can't wait to get to the revolutions! That's going to be an exciting time, almost as exciting as the rebellions at the end of Homelands! My favourite bit of Homelands is still the Azovians, though...
I was actually thinking when I read that the uniforms were black: "Oh man, that must be killer in the heat!" Even Prussia went for dark blue, not black. Wouldn't black be an expensive colour to die? The Green too. Many of the colours were chosen because they were cheap. Hence why so many colours had blue or red uniforms, because they were cheap and didn't run. Then again, Russia had green uniforms, so if I imagine the British uniforms as closer to the Russian, I'm good.
Thank you very much, and welcome to the party.I finished to read the entire AAR. Great !
You created a fantastic AAR AND a language !
My compliments !