- Nov 12, 2011
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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.
It would be cool if like other people said they strove even further and made it generalized conference/league mechanic for multiple uses. So like you could represent everything from the Concert of Europe to the League of Nations, and instead of being prescripted the system would generate names for the conferences (or in the case of something like the league, a series of conferences) and allow them to settle things all with a well thought out shared system.League of Nations mechanic for the endgame, perhaps?
It's not on topic but first african canoos can do too and second this is not rather there are boats on a river like in all over europe/asia/afrika but if there are structures to transport a huge number of troops in an orderly feshion across a long streth of water. There are examples of this being done in Skandinavia. There aren't in central europe afaik.Scandinavia Stronk DLC that lets the Norsies do something anyone should be capable of but somehow isn't, like navigating rivers in CK3.
With this argument it's more : The fate of eastern DragonScandinavia Stronk DLC that lets the Norsies do something anyone should be capable of but somehow isn't, like navigating rivers in CK3.
American Civil War DLC because the US are the market you want to cater to.
And on a more serious note, the Great War DLC with a 1914 start date, a focus on warfare, revolutions, and endgame in general.