- Feb 23, 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.
Yes, spread the news. Lead others to the great black hole of time.namely I shall share the curse Lord El Pip has cast upon his readAARs by recommending Aurora 4x
An accurate and stirring nomination. Congratualtions @Wraith11B , may you be ever victorious over your 11B-less doppelgänger.a chap whose quality commentary only barely eclipses his frankly unsettling thread-stalking habits.
Ditto! Congrats to all.
I thank all of you for your well wishes! I'm currently on the work laptop whilst at the beach, basking in both the sunshine and your support!
Clearly, this calls for a flogging as is tradition.
I second this... though it did leave out my own AAR but I'll forgive him the oversight.Some excellent recommendations, as one would expect from a worthy fan of the week.
Infantry Leads the Way... All the way!
It's okay, I guess. He forgot mine too.
Well, then that gives me something to shoot for given that I need to start writing the next section!Yes...forgot...certainly didn't deliberately withhold to motivate more rapid development of future updates...
It's delightful to reach the stage in any community where your name is more often than not proceeded by a descriptor. Even better to go one above that and snag a noble title, which despite the content matter of these threads, very few AAR creators have managed for some reason. At the very least, I'd expect some ironic title granting to the die-hard communists who fight the hopeless battle against the Establishment (and another Lord, Mr Pip).
It remains the swiftest updated of all my aars but I would never, ever describe my work as quick when compared to (the ironically currently busy elsewhere) Bullfilter.If you have not, it's fun, it's remarkably quick, and I wonder if there could be another deep, dark dive into devious deliberations amongst dark disturbing deviants by dungeon-light... my awkward attempt at alliteration aside, it's a lovely read. A thought, however, that perhaps Urrika is a relative of Kelebek? Hmm...
The power of branding.Sorry, Densley, no alliteration for you.
If you have the time however, I would recommend reading the comments. If only because the insanity of derailment is amusing.I believe that Pip has gone through and threadmarked the latter, making for an easy way to get through it using the board's Reader Mode, which if you are not aware, parses all non-threadmarked posts out and allows for a continuous read.
You can do that? How?