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.
Thanks a lot, but I think you've more confidence in my abilities than I do, friend. :rofl:Wow, that was an epic conflict! I'm sure you could have won if you'd wanted to, but the good thing about AARs is that you don't always have to win!
Thank you, I'm happy you found it interesting.Now that was a war! It's a shame that you didn't get anything for all your work, but like Ashantai said, losing only makes the AAR more interesting.
Indeed they didAn epic war regardless. At least, our brave Commonwealth lads have put up a good fight.
Thank you kindly. The Commonwealth does indeed prevail. The next chapter will paint a much brighter picture of its exploits.A very nicely written update. The Commonwealth prevails!
France's surrender was worrying for sure, but I was under the assumption that the AI would conduct amphibious war as it had done in the past. Like I said in my gameplay notes, it did not at all. I was gladly proven wrong, but my false assumption cost me the war.Wow. I was very worried after France dropped out, as I'm sure you were. It is disappointing to be certain, however you were able to buy peace with gold rather than land. I'm looking forward to the game play notes!
Thanks! There are certainly some surprises to be had in Divine Wind. Unfortunately, if someone is too used to the AI's previous behaviors, as I was, it can prove fatalA very nice analysis of some of the new things in DW. I was actually surprised by some of these myself, so to see that others enjoyed all the little tweaks Paradox put in the latest expansion is nice.
This is neither mod nor scenario, just vanilla EUIII: DW. You can pick your start date to the day, and though some finer details may not be present, the broad strokes of history are programmed in. So if you pick a start date after the Parliamentarians won control of England, and before the restoration, you'll be playing as the Commonwealth (I chose the precise date England was declared a Commonwealth ). The only thing I changed was the flag. EUIII has one flag per country tag, so ENG always has the royal standard. Changing the flag is simple enough though, I believe there's a guide on the wiki.Just out of curiosity, is this a mod or an actual scenario? Because I've been thinking of picking up EUIII for myself, and I might very well end up wanting to play the Commonwealth myself
I'm glad you liked the joke Thanks for reading!I LOL-ed. I'm really enoying this, it seems like the perfect balance of gaming and flavour/RP, keep it up!
I'm glad someone shares my play style Just about every game I can remember, I've made a kind of pet project out of releasing and/or protecting a smaller nation. Looks like this time it's GreeceNice! I also like to help out nations, especially ones who seem doomed.
And a historical push into India? Interesting . . .
Sorry to keep you waiting. I was only able to free up a few hours this week, and I spent them playing the game as my "content buffer" was becoming a bit thin. But fear not, the next chapter will be not be long in the coming, hopefully tomorrow.I'm getting a bit impatient for the next update Don't let that silly little thing called life keep you down!!
Also, I'm assuming you can still form GB as the Commonwealth? I don't see why you wouldn't be able to, but I just wanna make sure.
Thanks, hopefully you won't have to wait longNice move in the Med. Can't wait for the next one