Just call me Yoda in private!
- Mar 1, 2005
Not accurate, this set is for 1830.
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.
EVENTHIST3183;The Fuggers were a peasant family of weavers from Augsburg during the 15th Century who rose through trade and transactions in money to Bankers of the Habsburgs and the Popes. Jakob Fugger the Rich (1511-1525) financed Charles V's wars and election to the Empire, controlled European lead, silver and copper production and obtained a monopoly in quicksilver. Anton Fugger (1525-1560) had trading concessions in Chile, Peru and Moscow. However, the company declined by the end of the 16th Century because of state bankruptcies in Spain, family conflicts and lack of interest on the part of the heirs.;;;;;;;;;;
Thanks, it should obvious now 1.58 beta version included corrections that are already available for FTG.Just a little correction about semicolon for beta 12:
I agree with Garbon. We need to publish a final 1.58 for EU2 now in order to be able to focus on the conversion as soon as possible.So that it doesn't fall through the cracks, that's probably best.
Thanks, it should obvious now 1.58 beta version included corrections that are already available for FTG.
I agree with Garbon. We need to publish a final 1.58 for EU2 now in order to be able to focus on the conversion as soon as possible.
He's a naval leader that led a small expedition against the Mams/Turks. My complaint is that he'll never be used historically as the idea of limited engagements/wars does not exist in EU2.
Discussion starts around post 1091 of Burgundy thread. Leader is in post 1076.