- Jul 1, 2009
Yeah, and they completely ruined the AAR, in my opinion. I'll admit that the fascist presence wasn't much better (coughimabitguiltycough) but the communist revolution was a bit far fetched.
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That sounds interesting, link please?The French one? I remember that. But it wasn't them winning if I remember correctly, it was people who started to act like sour grapes. I liked the idea of two visions of France, Metropolitan France and the one in Africa. That was pretty interesting story wise, a dynamic or mechanic could of been made there but you could tell things would get convoluted and complicated, playing as two different areas at once holding different votes and trying not to get confused. Good times good times.
Is that even possible in Vicky II?Quite the debacle in Galicia. Now there's an independent Polish state that could start agitating the minorities. We also own Dalmatia, which is a liability. I suggest selling Dalmatia to the Italians in exchange for Somalia and a revocation of claims on Pola and Trento, or, if they refuse, sell it to Hungary in exchange for an alliance and greater economic influence.
Changing province owners isn't that hard, even I can do it :laugh: and I doubt Tommy could have predicted all of this, especially given the weird ass first election the French had, with a nearly absolute majority of fascist monarchists.It can be modelled though, quite easily and without messing with the game too much. And besides, for all we know Tommy had all of this political manouvering planned out from the start!
Well, you may be interested to know that the Trot Revolution after WWII in that AAR was actually a mistake. If you remember De Gaulle and his supporters actually won that election and I was playing as the Gaullists vs the Trots. However I made the rebels too strong and lost, so decided to roll with it . Thought it was an interesting situation though, and only fair considering I overthrew the Communists after their electoral victory in the 1920s.Eh, I thought it got a bit cliché at that point, since Kaiserreich has already done that exact scenario.
http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum...ve-la-R%E9publique!-An-Interactive-French-AARThat sounds interesting, link please?