- Jun 8, 2008
Damn. That gave me chills. Well written, Mr. C.
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.
Almost.I can't wait to see Timur conquer the world before him. Who could stop him? All the states in the Near East are weak.
As for the Caliph... what a badass. He knew all along. It seems the Peer's time is almost up.
I assume the position comes with a whole set of worries and issues. I don't really think many people could handle it.Really? If so, then he's wise and world-weary beyond his years. I seriously thought he was reaching in his 60s, just from how he was written...
Because it is controlled by Islamic Germans who were ruled by Catalans and not Swedes and there is a Christian Sweden still around.How come it's name is Sverge? Svearike is old norse and Sverige modern, I can't help but be a little confused at the lack of the i in rike/rige (Realm). Apart from that, I love the maps, they make the updates so much more enjoyable I find.
That they do.I think the world needs more Sami diplomats. They speak the truth. :happy:
The Swedes are uppity through most of history in this world. And I am happy that Ramon got is happy end, I was uncertain of what to do with him but I was not happy with doing anything too bad to him.ooohhh the Swedes are getting uppity agian.
nice to see the Caliph is safe and his realm stabilised. Long may he live
That they do.
The Swedes are uppity through most of history in this world. And I am happy that Ramon got is happy end, I was uncertain of what to do with him but I was not happy with doing anything too bad to him.