- Feb 16, 2013
Ahhhhhh its a zombie kill it kill it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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.
Wrong! Here is the record for worst thread necroAnd that while posting something that has been posted a million times before on these forums. This is probably the worst case of necromancy i have ever seen.
Same here, with the only small difference that I thought to myself, as I read the title: "Humm... Dev Diary 5? Shouldn't they have released the 4th...?" (I didn't even notice it was LoR and not SoA at first )
Here you goExcuse me for off-topic in a necro thread (double offense!) but where do you learn about bans, warnings etc.?
I completely agree and if you take a look into history books for most of its history Byzantium was the topmost power of Europe(most stable,best longterm economy,most dissiplined and well lead army) And if you look at it the europeans at that time were a shattered group so yes they could defeat themYou also neglect that Byzantium has to carve a bloody swath through the Levant and Egypt. If a resurgent Byzantium can -beat back- the Muslim hordes that trounced it thoroughly only three centuries ago, what hope does Catholic Europe have?
WEll technicaly The byzantines were the ERE and thus it makes sense that control of rome would give them that not that they werent romans alreadyI like how people were up in arms about formable empires but a Greek speaking guy sacking Rome and being recognized as the roman emperor while ending the schism because he controls some cities in the middle east is totally okay.