- Feb 4, 2011
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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talk more about mechanics and less about provinces, we need an HRE mechanics, papal tools, completly spain dlc redone, face washing of the trade, take off those unsense religious orders, more vassal interactions..... no more muicroprovinces hard to see and anoyying to manage
Bavaria wouldn’t be united until 1503, when Albrecht IV instituted primogeniture.
Luneburg, Verden, and Magdeburg could potentially be elevated from OPM status.
They could have left repetable missions and rename them into "dynamic duties" or sth and have them along new mission system - a hybrid system with both kinds of missions would satisfy all i guessSay it with me: repeatable missions! Repeatable missions! Repeatable missions! (and a bit more permanent rewards for the historical ones plox)
On that note, I’ve devised a few design guidelines that will advise the way we plan out the region, some of which I’ll share with you now. Bear in mind that these are guidelines and not hard rules; there will likely be the occasional exception.
- Avoid adding independent OPM’s. There are literally hundreds of OPM’s that we could but definitely should not add to the game. New OPM’s should be restricted to Free Cities or else have a very good reason to exist.
- It should look good. Think about aesthetics in terms of province borders, states, historical borders, etc.
Could please we see a rework of Dutch Revolts and Burgundian Succession future?