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.
Indeed. Thanks very much.Congratulations and well deserved!
Not sure about a high note, but probably as we mean to go on...it's a nightmarish world after all.
Those familiar with your work would know your comments being loopy doesn’t necessarily mean you are in hospital and thus on the legally administered ‘good stuff’.I apologise if my comments are a little loopy. I'm not in hospital
Well, they're getting there. Over the last few updates we've gotten a better feel for their characters: she, an obsessive, sexual predator with magical powers and an eye for gardening. He, a deranged lunatic who thinks he communes with God and is determined to burn down all of Ireland.Congratulations @TheButterflyComposer - I think anyone with a name written about in an AAR counts as a character! Ged and the Witchy Woman are well qualified.
The weekly betting on 'okay, which of these comments were made on drugs and which were deliberately trolling the HOI player base?' remains a fixture of the subforums.Those familiar with your work would know your comments being loopy doesn’t necessarily mean you are in hospital and thus on the legally administered ‘good stuff’.
A well deserved honour for a story that breaks new ground ... in something. A little scary, but funny in its grim dark way.
I've heard this a few times, which, given our current veneration of it is absolutely fascinating.It certainly was an experience, you would not believe how much those people despised the war-time government. It puts the past in perspective a bit, especially with Royal Prerogative going on at the moment.
I have only played the tutorial and not finished that yet so it might have been pre-emptive to okay the game, but given I've played it for several hours and not had too much problem aside from load times, I think its alright at least. You will, I think, get your moneys worth with it. Just very, very annoying that some longstanding ck2 stuff is very noticeably absent instead of being part of the foundations from the get go.I have to disagree that it is 'pretty much playable', 1066 is ok but 867 is awful. But it looks amazing, and has the foundations for greatness. I already prefer it to poor old Imperator (and Stellaris in its current form).
The various mental gymnastics people jump through to explain the post war 'shock' Labour win are a lot more explainable when the national gov was viewed as tyrannical, imbecellic and rather evil, with Churchill and Eden put on pedestals as wartime leaders but not particularly good at anything else. So their support evaporated quickly afterwards, though the respect remained.I've heard this a few times, which, given our current veneration of it is absolutely fascinating.
Well, as is my want, I look for a different game to give the award to, and Vicky2 is so resplendent in AARs right now:
@slothinator , I think, for the byzantine and cunning weasels running the Holy Catholic Church in their great work, Annuntio Vobis: A Papal History of Italy, specifically Pope Urban IX and his merry men, Cardinal Luigi Lambruschin, Cardinal Libero Cappellini and Cardinal Amato Aloisi.
Well done indeed, sir!
Congratulations ! Very well deserved (I'm a bit late but I will catch up soon ).
Thank you very much for your kind words and especially @TheButterflyComposer for the nomination!