The Dark Lord Kelebek
- Mar 4, 2016
Depends how aware he is. Being as he is from 1066, initially, he should even know what the Netherlands are as a concept. PTM might, but given that PTM isI feel like Ged should have a complex about needing to rule the Netherlands. Or if he rules ‘Nedland’ maybe he thinks he already does and it’s a constant source of bemusement
C) an agent of chaos
I doubt it will mind him naming somewhere else Nederland. Especially as in the earliest start, which is currently 867AD, western Europe is still split between the three carolignian successor kingdoms. I could interfere, but I'm rather curious who ends up winning the dogpile between nations (considering that last time, in the tutorial, it was Poland and Hungary).
One thing I must mark in CK3's favor with the new Northern Lords DLC is that its made Scandinavia much more chaotic and divided. The peninsula is full of one county states, fighting each other, raiding other realms for gold and goods, and setting up much larger kingdoms far away. This may be because I set them to apocalyptic mode (PTM's words) but I'm still bascially impressed Pardox made vikings and norse history simulate that effectively...and that was explicitly what they were trying to do as well.
There must be something wrong or terribly broken somewhere, and I'm sure we'll find it at some point.