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.
That is hard to answer: "Texas" is a country in the Baltikja time line. It is solely Prussian. The area we call "Texas" is divided between Muslim settlers in the east (originally Normands, but they have been outnumbered recently by the Istimari) and Prussian settlers in the west.So you colonized texas by yourself ?
Thank you very much. I look forward to actually writing it too. o This weekend was a bit busier than I expected.So, after about a month of reading this on and off, finally got to the end. Fantastic job with everything regarding this AAR sir. You really have created a stunning world. Look forward to the next update.
Yes, the World Wars had different winners.Germany won World War 1? Interesting.
More interesting though is why Germany was split into 3 parts. . .I understand in OTL it was four but as we know that quickly just became two. Prussian and French part but what's the third?
Third and final question; ATO is, I'm guessing, an equivalent to NATO?
Thank you, that's what takes me so long.The culture and history updates are by far my favorites, you do such a great job in keeping them grounded in reality but at the same time, making them interesting.
Lothgaria strongly reminds me of our Ukraine's situation x) .
I didn't think there was a sizable portion of Ukraine that wanted to reunite with Russia?
I think the main difference is that Lothgaria never really wanted independence. It is a lot like the Saarland after both World Wars. Someone else made them independent without really caring about the people there.Yes the bit were they speak Russian.
I knew that much, but I wasn't going to speak for any Ukrainians or Russians on the matter.Basically, Ukraine is divided, politically, in two : A pro-EU/NATO party, and pro-Russia one. The russian one is himself dominated by the pro-ratachment (not sure, there, but they have a significant weight), and dominate the russian-speaking zone. The "european" one is dominated by pro-independance, and dominate the central/western ukraine.