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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You have to form Prussia to get the Prussian Monarchy. Brandenburg is a plain old Feudal Monarchy.Don't forget Brandenburg gets a unique government with guaranteed MIL 3 ruler forever, which pretty much means they will always be up to date in MIL tech and have a shot in grabbing Prussia against a weakened PLC. Being a lucky nation on top of it might even be to much, we have to see.
I, too ...Please reconsider, I have never seen the AI form Prussia
I, too ...
1. Poland usually annexes the Main-Territory of the Teutonic Order (TO), because the TO can't resists (even with Alliances) against the Poland/Lithuania-Personal-Union ...
2. Brandburg (BB) can usually annexes the Province of "Neumark", but after That ...
2.1. BB has to deal in the West with the HRE (Emperor + "Unlawful Territory"-Issue) ...
2.2. BB has to deal in the East with the Poland/Lithuania-PU, Which is even stronger, due to the Annexation of the TO-Main-Territory.
They removed lucky nation from Poland/Brandenburg/Sweden. So most opponents to TO forming Pressia has been nerfed.
Poland and Lithuania will still shrek the Teutons in the first 5 years with or without Lucky status.They removed lucky nation from Poland/Brandenburg/Sweden. So most opponents to TO forming Pressia has been nerfed.
Read the OPIsn't Poland still a lucky nation according to this list?
Poland and Lithuania will still shrek the Teutons in the first 5 years with or without Lucky status.