- Jul 1, 2008
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.
There is that . Or maybe the Dioclean military-industrial complex (namely Wamba) is simply running amok.Why would anyone want to invade Poland?
If not for Danzig, or having fun with sharing the cake with neighbours.
You should see him after ten minutes with the monkeys . Oh, I shouldn't laugh, I shouldn't laugh...That herald is adorably naïve. I'd like to meet him in person, and see what pranks I could make with him.
Well, the Polish did actually give the Diocleans a run for their money... the army was a bit more ragged than expected.to which the only response is 'because (a) you can and (b) its in the way?
the herald was indeed brilliant, captured all the concerns of a small country somewhere flat and without much of an army of their own ...
Thanks. Wamba is a deeply venerable character then .Another good update. I respect any player who uses assasination as a diplomatic tool.
Yes, but the hill-side palace has a splendid view. And communications are perfect. Think of the Empress and other commuters.Why are you even in Ephesos?
The harbour became useless during the late antiquity.
There is that, yes... Someday the Nasokrator should get around to building a church or two to show that the times have improved.And the temple is useless! I mean, not even a single pillar can they produce nowadays.
Poor Wamba, everybody suspects him (a safe habit, on the other hand).Good stuff, good updates. I really have to wonder how much influence Wamba has had on the vassals declaring war on various nations. I have to agree with the King of Georgia's quickly submitting to defeat, hammer time is very frightening, whether in anvil or dance form. The text is brilliant but I really am looking forward to when the screenshots are added, I rather want to find out what caused the conversation between Berbat and Mutimir at the end...
Yes, Berbat is coming along nicely. But he's really not the heir apparent, right now.even without photographic evidence, seems like the realm will be in safe hands when Berbat ascends to the throne ... whether anyone else will be is of course debateable
Wamba had a fixation with a Dioclean Adriatic... which is hard to do, considering that half of it is currently Holy Roman Empire.Why Apulia?
Poor Normans, where will they go now?
Re good old Fred... yes, he won the war, but the Duchess was a vassal of the second strongest power in central Europe... and the Swedes are already coming for him.Nicely done. You know things are going well when Fred Colon feels brave enough to begin wars on his own and even seems to be winning them comfortably! Just as well Berbat is proving so receptive to Wamba's teachings, I get the feeling he may soon gain the crown now that Mutimir is back in the field.
But Fred keeps coming back. Look on the bright side .Nobby is forever alone...
Yes, it was almost as nice as having Mutimir become the Emperor . Conquering the Seljuks is always nice, but taking the title from Alp Arslan was positively sweet. I had never done either (getting an Emperor or having a character become King of the Turks). If I can find a way to get a Mutisomethingorother to inherit Germany, that'd be truly Wambaish.Great updates - I'm very much enjoying the er...chemistry between Kettu and Glande. Akwardly amusing.
Also, you've done a grand job against the Seljuks - it's very satisfying when you hammer the final nail into their coffin, isn't it? When I declared war against them for the last time in my Suenik AAR I couldn't help but feel a wee bit like Emperor Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith giving Order 66...
Regarding Wamba and his continued participation, you have several devices open to you (...).