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.
GeneralHannibal said:The Empire of France looks very powerful
Also, New Carthage's capital must be in Tunis (renamed as Carthage). Also, I think that certain "notables" should occasionally pop up as little easter eggs, if you know what I mean
Also, just curious but what is the point of some of the small countries like Wales, Copenhagen and The House of Lux?
Also, if Yunnan and Guaxi are allied, does that mean they don't have cores on all of China?
EvilSanta said:Hmmm, I like it. Feels a lot more diplomatical game than Risk where it was every country for himself.
You could limit annexations possibility to only when nations has certain amount of provinces, like three.
This would make it more interesting when countries actually made peaces and didn't fight till bitter end.
GeneralHannibal said:Do AI puppets ever break free on their own?
Also, how do you make sure that England doesn't get immediately swallowed up?
Yukala said:This is not a free for all DoW mod like the others. DoW is handled 90% of the time by events with 25% chance of this and 25% chance of that etc. So what happens in game sets up in the first year and then plays out.
GeneralHannibal said:Yukala, any other special things you want to tell us about?
GeneralHannibal said:Just try to keep the chokeholds (central America and islands) not mountains or urban, please .