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.
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If you can get the game faster than before with extra provinces then you shoiuld've added China properly...
As far as I know,Xia is used for a Chinese,or in other words,Han (though they didn't called Han yet then ) culture dynasty.Chinese call themselves Sons of Huaxia till now.
What's the difference between "faster" and "less slow"?When you write fastest yet, do you mean faster than before you added India? Otherwise it's just less slow.
As of Reaper's Due, the game is faster than it was in any patch before India was added; 100 years in RIP go by faster than 100 years in any pre-India patch.When you write fastest yet, do you mean faster than before you added India? Otherwise it's just less slow.
What's the difference between "faster" and "less slow"?
And what is this strange dictionary where "yet" is synonym with "since we added India"? Don't you remember how slow CK2 was compared to what it is currently?
As of Reaper's Due, the game is faster than it was in any patch before India was added; 100 years in RIP go by faster than 100 years in any pre-India patch.
As of MnM, it's even faster, though not by quite as drastic amount.
In JD, it is slightly faster than that again. It'll be the fastest it has ever been.
Tibet officially has more care put into it than the actual nonsensical and buggy "random-winner-takes-all" Crusade system. In Crusader Kings II. Eastern Christianity is also still very barren.
The Magyar in 867 and 769 could do with some balancing too.When did you add the Saka? Anyways, this patch is just getting better and better! BTW, as we're (kinda) talking about cultures, could you add a "Magyar" or "Old Hungarian" culture for the 769 and 867 starts, that then change to regular Hungarian if Christian/in Pannonian basin. The Magyar culture could work like the Altaic Steppe cultures and maybe use Turkic/Ugric portraits and the Hungarian culture work more like "western" cultures.
Well aside from the last thing I agree. As for the last, tribals in general should be less interesting as targets for conquest. Tribals should pay next to no taxes or suply next to no manpower to non tribals and de tribalizing tribes should be a lot of work.While you are in the progress of changing the map could please add more wasteland to Europe in order encourage more historical path of expansion? I would like to see the following wastelands added:
- Cantabrian Mountains, to protect Asturias from the Muslims.
- Taurus Mountains, to protect the Romans from the Muslims and encourage break-away states.
- Kola and Finnish Lappland, that were so desolated prior to their colonization in the 16th century that army's movement through them had been a death march.