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.
Well now you got more Steel and can build up some Heavy Tank Divisions - atleast now you can better use your Chromium then beforeTurkey must build heavy and modern armour, no excuses!
If you go on that terrain then always use 20 width and not more since anything beyond will cripple your economy and your Frontline is already getting a enlargement.Here my faction is standing proudly against the Godless Infidel!
It just doesn't feel right leaving all that chromium lying around. Plus Turkey doesn't have much manpower. Some big iron makes 20 width very powerful.Well now you got more Steel and can build up some Heavy Tank Divisions - atleast now you can better use your Chromium then before
If you go on that terrain then always use 20 width and not more since anything beyond will cripple your economy and your Frontline is already getting a enlargement.
Better not conquer Iran/form a Faction and team-up with Germany when they start their War with Soviet-Union - from Caucasus you will easy push until you reach Stalingrad and while getting Baku you already punished the Soviet Union really hard.
I wonder how a Heavy Tank Division in combination with Camels in the Steppes will work
Yeah, that color also looks more Arabian than Ottoman. I really feel like they should make Turkey red and give Turkey's current color to the Ottomans.Hm, intersting indeed. But why are the ottomans dark green? Isn't that Bulgarias color? Why not make them red or at least the green of EU IV?