Sword of Rheged
- Oct 1, 2008
Will be reading this. More will be written after I catch up.
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.
Not ideal. I have probably been a bit charitable by imagining Adalasia as someone who has the cunning necessary for running the household, but maybe to trusting for the "big boys' rules" of Greek politics.deceitful and trusting ... now those are traits to marry for!
I think he is hanging about at Uni to meet girls. Or it could be that when I installed DVIP ages ago it screwed up those icons. I will blank them out in future.And don't worry about Nikephoros - he's 39 and he still hasn't graduated yet!
Bad beard, bad character. Its obvious really. What is the beard version of phrenology called? Now Cerdic has a trustworthy beard...nice bit of story development, but you can see that will turn out to a bad one - just look at the beard ... that is one nasty person's beard.
Thank you for reading. You are absolutely right that you have to avoid taking advantage of the AI's foibles. That being said, the AI had been quite effective at handling the Seljuks.Yar har har! The Norman land-pirates be a-plunderin'! Fear the bizarre mixing of Norse, Frankish, Roman, and Gaul bloodlines!
If the AI weren't incompetent (not a jab at Paradox; AIs are generally inferior to humans), I'd wish you luck. But you won't need it.
An Anglo-Saxon in Emperor Constantine's Court... OK, it's not quite a Mark Twain parallel, but it sure seems like it.
Well they are lead by a complete bastard.one does get the strong impression that Cedric really has a thing about the Normans ...
The situation in the East is better than I've come to expect from the Byzantine AI. I hope it continues. Who's next in the game of musical-chairs that is the Imperial succession? Alexios Konmemnos? Or someone else?
You guys do not have very high expectations of the Byzantines. Surely an Empire that has lasted a thousand years can't crumble after just a few years of CK?would agree with AllmyJames, by the standards of the Byzantine AI thats not too bad, but a bit more chaos may help Cedric find a more independent niche?