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.
Let's hope, that communists won't capitalize (hehe) on this crash!
And just like that the hope of the last few years is all but extinguished by the storm of international commerce gone awry.
Yeah they probably won't do it here either but we'll have to see...would make more sense for Japan to want to keep their Chinese territories as divided as possible anyway.
Qing restoration. But in my game, Japan don't give them any territories in China.
Like i'm said before in my dev diaries, in a coming version of PWV Fengtian Clique will have opportunity to re-unite China, so there is a chance that the Mukden incident will never happen, and the Japanese will have to attack China from Korea, Port Arthur or Qindao. Zhili Clique and Kuomintang also will have opportunity to integrate Manchuria long before a Mukden incident (Alternatives).
I also remind once again that Zhili Clique and Fengtian Clique will have opportunity to restore Qing Empire (Somewhere in a middle of 1920s)
The world moves on, but nothing very positive. I mean, not excessively bad either, but if there is much in the way of good news there I didn't see it.
As above; I'm getting the impression of a bowstring being drawn farther and farther back, waiting for all that tension to be released before it reaches a breaking point.
The dissent penalty of +6 for the border skirmishes seems extremely harsh. Should be +2.
You might just not tell us about those nazi events. That'll be simpler, easier and better.
Not really an option since some of the events are important and cannot be ignored...I'll probably only mention events that feature stuff the Kaiserreich would have done too, but that still leaves quite a lot of events where I'll have to ignore mentions of the Charlie Chaplin imitator and his friends.