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.
Jestocost said:The writing is fast-paced and has been entertaining so far.
Some questions and/or requests though:
It might help if you mentioned the game year once in a while. This will come in handy, as most of the time you don't show the top of your screenshots.
You are rapidly progressing in terms of territory and manpower, but I am a bit worried about Muscovy overreaching. You mentioned you took "a couple" of loans. Could you be more specific about your debt and inflation.?
Also, I wondered what your BB rating is at this time...
Keep it up.
Jestocost said:You will be fine, I guess. Just watch out for being framed. That can hit like a hammer.
Your inflation is actually suprisingly low. In my own Portugal game, I've reached about the same year as you and my inflation is already at 8,4. Of course, I had to maintain a large fleet to win my wars against France (and naval upkeep is quite expensive), but still. Game on.
You fought France!? Now that's your problem! In 2.1/MM1.7 France is basically unbeatable most of the time. It takes special circumstances to make possible and even then it is almost always far too costly to even get a WP out of them.
An ocean of land is far better than an ocean of water.
Say what!? That is so low! Man, I might have to get MM just because of that.Bolingbroke said:The nice thing about the slider and NI choices that make infantry/calvary less expensive is that they make the Upkeep less expensive, too! That maintenance figure is for 100% maintenance of ~40,000 troops! Sick, no?