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.
Yes. In response, I believe the Europeans are trying to perfect their Volcanic Eruption Technology.The Europeans must think the Incans stand 7 feet tall, shoot fire from their palms, and eat Spanish newborns. Of course, it wouldn't hurt to spread this as propaganda.
Thanks! Good thing about the heir situation? I don't think the Incas have more than one dynasty in the game, so even if Huayna Capac II dies without an heir the successor is likely to be a Hanan. But even so, it just wouldn't feel right.I still can't get over the stories Europeans must tell each other about the Inca. Then, having them appear in Ireland . . .
Great update, Malurous. Bad luck with the heir, though.
Haha, Ireland works, doesn't it? That's not necessarily the reason, but I'm leaning towards just leaving the Norwegians alone if there are no more provocations.I seem to remember Ireland is a great place for Invasion Europe
Also, objecting to Norwegian Greenland is a little bit harsh - not like they're Swedish is it!
We're just taking what's rightfully ours, made so by the European transgressions.The "Reconquista" has expanded across the ocean..
Thank you and welcome! Yeah, we're the boogeymen the Europeans use to scare their children. As for the part about Spanish newborns, I wouldn't bet against that having happened at some point...This is a crazy AAR. The Europeans must think the Incans stand 7 feet tall, shoot fire from their palms, and eat Spanish newborns. Of course, it wouldn't hurt to spread this as propaganda.
How considerate of them! They'll make fine sla... umm... subjects, getting to know our customs beforehand like that!Yes. In response, I believe the Europeans are trying to perfect their Volcanic Eruption Technology.
Indeed, it's very handy: easy to defend yet close to the mainland.Hehe... A perfect foothold on Europe.
Thank you! That's the only conclusion I could draw.Great update. The last sentence made me laugh so hard. You have to admit the French are pretty clever. They found the only way of escaping the wrath of the Inca Empire.
No it doesn't, it happened in Europe. Only American activities get you on the list.Does this fleet action put Genève on the Sapa Inca's list? It might be a bit undeserved, but you face the problem of taking over very ugly bits and pieces of the British Isles otherwise. If in doubt you could go with conquering them all and releasing Scotland in the end.
No. I've done a WC exactly once (Castille in IN, just for the record) mostly because it felt like something that a rather dedicated EU III player should do, but I really don't enjoy the "mopping up" stage. When I run out of meaningful things to do, the game ends. Besides, going way over the infamy limit isn't my idea of entertainment either, and I'm certain an under the limit WC isn't possible in MEIOU (way more provinces, no boundary disputes etc.).Do you actually plan a WC?
I'm sure they are, see my response to Omen.So the stepping stone to Europe is now secured. Doubtless many European nations are now trembling at the thought of the ever approaching Inca!
Thanks, they will!Ireland? why Ireland? :wacko:
Congrats on your conquest. May Europe tremble!
Admiral Plunkett, you'll get what's coming to you eventually! *shakes fist*First invasion! All went well, except for that surprising Irish fleet; with one coastal province left they won't be bothering you again...
Good timing indeed! It's important to remember that our new foreign policy was designed by an Inti scholar; it's bound to be a bit more extreme than anything an actual professional, or anyone secular for that matter, would have come up with.Good to see this AAR still going strong and that I've come back in time to see the Children of the Sun make their mark on the "old world". I like the grudge list you compiled as the reason to make your way to Europe. Look forward to seeing what the future chapters will hold.
It should do that. It's way easier to transport troops into mainland Europe from there than from America, that's for sure.The invasion of Ireland went well. It will serve as a stepping stone for greater things, I'm sure.
Thank you, added to the signature! And thanks for the praise as well. Well done catching up at this point, there are plenty of pages to go through.This AAR is fantastic. Well written and enjoyable, I wish there were more like it.
The fact that it's the Incas slaughtering their way across the world merely adds to the glory that is this AAR.
Thus I award you a Lord Strange Cookie of British Awesomeness ●
Inca always has a good reason for smiting a foe; she brings the wonderful rule of Inca's royalty to newly capture provinces, she brings Inca's brilliant religion, Inca's fashionable brown map colour and, most importantly, she'll intill in her newly won population a healthy fear of diseases and volcanoes!Just pointing this out in case they reappear so it doesn't seem like I'm smiting them for no good reason.
I'm sure France is not feeling so clever now. Just goes to show there is no running away from the wrath of the Incas.Malurous said:Holikochuk in the north grows into a city in August and there's a notable peace agreement in Europe as Savoy forces Brittany to release France and Normandy. France is a 2PM and Normandy an OPM, but both have to be annihilated eventually.