- Jul 1, 2008
time to wind up this debate ... or take it to the History or Off Topic forums
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.
Well....if you put it that way then perhapsYour now allied with the Emperor? POLAND WILL TO ALPHA CENTAURI!
Well it has lasted for the entire game (30years or so) believe it or notWell, I don't know how long this alliance is gonna last :/
Classic and classic, rather stereotype eh?I love the nice touch of how much bigger Polandball's eyes get when he hears Austria is HRE
Since when did people ask for a crown? Jikes that would be so polite and the completely right way to do it, in opposite with the sword and the shield....Why can't Polandball just ask for a crown?
Sir. Knowsalot is truly the personification of Sir. Knowsalot in this series, though i doubt he is smarter than the avarage human, it's just King Polandball that is backwards (to put it nicely). Austria has been a completely annoying ally since the beginning, you know the alliance system in Eu3 i pressume but as the HRE....well...Let's say i will play it as Mussolini did with Germany during WW2...heh :laugh:poor polandball feeling nagged by Sir knowsalot, and indeed with all sorts of issues about Austria as HRE
horrid thought, i don't have that kind of stamina in Poland to wage that many wars!Why, think of all the Imperial wars you will be pulled into! BANZAI!
Well....that could also work.....hehyes! own electors for free! then bam! f*ck the crown, helo imperial throne! :evilgrin:
Thanks alot!Ridiculous. This AAR needs a big-azz Caveat Emptor on the very first page. I just shorted out a perfectely good keyboard by exhorting a sip of tea while reading this.
Exceedingly entertaining and a refreshing take on the AAR. I reckon if you keep this up, we got ourselves the next OOTS pretender right here and now.
Six thumbs up, Siskel!