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.
It is, in my opinion, a damn good flag!
Thank you.That's an awesome wall hanging to have, reflective of all the time you've spent on this project. Really cool.
The Budweiser of the XIV Century, I guess. I sort of imagined that the servant had spit in it.When I read the servant went off with "a sly smile" I thought Doyvát might have been poisened but my fears were unbased. That's good.
. . . So I guess it really was piss water?
Mordvia is an intriguing country, I feel.Nice pan-Siberian Empire I assume.
Koit's comment about his «granddaughters» was hilarious
And congrats on a very cool flag.
Can do, after crappy movie/tv night.An awesome update, Mordvia held my interest from the moment it existed. It's interesting how you split the Soviet/Russian characteristics between Prussia and Mordvia. Love it! Could you maybe put a map up of the region? There's a lot of groups and countries mentioned and I'm having trouble visualizing it all. Keep up the good work man.
Thank you very much, and don't worry too much: the updating has been slow this semester.I haven't started reading Bastions yet... but I just read through all of Homelands over the past three days. Just wanted to add my voice to the choir: amazing, amazing stuff. Subbing this and I'll be able to catch up once my brain recovers from the preceding awesome.
I already have a map of the dominant languages by vicky ii province.Just a question: Would you be able to make some sort of World Culture map? Like put them into groupings on a map, and section it off as so?
I'm really interested in Bastion's/Modern Bastions has in the case of Cultural differences.