Studio Manager Paradox Tinto
- Dec 14, 1999
Friedrich's Ambition - Comments Thread
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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.
Valdemar said:Just looked again at your AAR
Any chance those horribly oversized soldiers could be scaled to fit the dimensions of the map a little better?
I would imagine having more than one army in a small prov, if represented by such giants would prove messy?
MrT said:Hm....yeah....sort of.
In EU2 each siege progressed gradually over time; and you saw a general indication as the city came closer and closer to falling. The same basic idea applies in EU3, except that each step doesn't just move the progress indicator but also gives you a little "flavour" to go along with it. Beyond that, it doesn't really "do" anything. That's different from HoI2's combat events because in HoI2 a combat event also gives a temporary effect that gives combat bonuses to one side of the battle.
Registered said:And the sage continues, those Bohemians are tough!
BtW, how easy is it to transfer a leadre from one army to the other? It was a pain in the posterior in EUII.
Brownbeard said:Croatia, Silesia... now Bosnia... and all within a year. While I am very pleased with combat mechanics I'm getting more and more concerned with AI behaviour. This sort of rampage would never happen in a historic context, but plain blob eat blob. What possible casus belli could Austria have on Bosnia?
Valdemar said:Excellent as ever MrT
Howeve, this tradition thing.... wouldn't a number of "good" leaders that has fought INCREASE the tradition for war, even when at peace? (Logically anyhow, game design decisions are somewhat different ) Afterall, their expereince should be readily available in training, say at officers' academies?
In general, are there ways to increase or maintain tradition, even at peace? Say by "training" your men? I think of nations like Sparta in antiquty, and later nations who instituted the first real pro standing armies like Spain and France?