And we have our first author lined up....so where are the rest of you? Are you thinking this initiative is dead? Not so! We'll keep it going! It's a grand one and although I know it is summer and less activity going on, let's get cracking...
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.
I´ve started to follow it this time around. So that makes three people.Amric said:Thank you......Hopefully there are more people out there who are just as interested as the two of us....
there's nothing terrible enough that alliteration cannot make it worse.
so that 'girlfriend' is first in the list, considering that she is the cause of the loss of the other things. That was the only thing I noticed edit-wise the first time around.having recently lost in one fell swoop my office, my girlfriend, and my hoard to a rabid lawyer courtesy of said girlfriend
ForzaA said:Wow, just wow.. that's DAMN good
One thing I do have to ask, is the 4472 (opposed to the 4022 in the second "chapter") a typo and should be 4072, or is it, indeed, also about long, long lives?
The answer is that it has, indeed, been 450 years since the death of Dandy Dan (perhaps the scheduling of the column isn't as accidental as it might seem at first and perhaps the journalist is doing somebody elses dirty work - then again, perhaps not )
As regards unnatural long lives, some members of the high and mighty are capable of extending their lives through magical means (though only the strongest are capable of extending it beyond a few decades more than the norm) and some of the non-human species have significantly longer natural lifespans than humans. For the truly long-lived, feuds can span generations of human lives. Harry Sky belongs to a species that is notoriously long-lived.