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.
A thriving economy and winning a war against one of the big ones (France, UK, Austria, Russia, USA ). See what opportunities pop up, but the Middle East is where I would want to expand.Do you have anything else you'd like to get before game end?
Thank you ! Yeah, I think Iraq is begging for civilization too.Glad to hear this will continue to beyond 1936! That is very interesting regarding Iraq - it is crying out for some Portuguese civilisation.
Sure, but that would have been a lot more work : converting and balancing the save file and another full AAR, not to mention learning a new game. I don't need a third addiction.It would have been nice to see you shift it over to HoI instead, though.
Thank you. Well as I started the war I was hoping to get some rich Chinese province to add to my realm - let's see how it played out.It looks like Brazil are no longer a GP. Thank God - we don't need any more Brazilian Asia Minor.
Very nice, as ever. What are your aims against the Chinese? I'm looking forward to seeing how that plays out.
There will be more action, I promise. And yes, it turns out you were right with Brazil...I told you that you should had conquered Brazil
Anyway,so far two quite uneventful decades, all things considered ... let's see what the next two or three will bring. I assume that they will be interesting given your previous comments
Thank you ... which ones are messed up ? I moved some to another thread, it's too much stuff otherwise I guess.The pictures in that update are messed up for me - I'm not sure whether you have the same problem.
In any case, it looks like a lot is going on for Portugal. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with the Brazillian war. Maybe you can sort out those godawful bits of Brazilian Asia?
I'm looking forward to the next one.