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, I would certainly love your suggestions... your Papal AAR is a very good read.EUROO7 said:Very unique!!!
I'll be following and making suggestions!
After the end of the prologue the style should become more apparent... hope you enjoy!unddu said:I have no idea what this will be like: But Ill be following to find out!
That's a really excellent idea... I will consider that style for my next AAR. The more I think about it, the more I like it!kfijatass said:Awesome. I like the way you put the pics. Perhaps it will look like reading a newspaper. Start is the start in 1399 and end is 1820 =P And there would be black&white pics from in-game
Thanks, I appreciate it!Nyrael said:This looks cool. I'll be following!
It took me quite awhile to figure out how I wanted to present this... I hope it works out! Thanks for reading.Capibara said:Really original AAR! I like it. The graphics are excellent. I'll certainly be following!
Maybe? It's been quite awhile since I've played WoW... was that a Shimmering Flats quest?Pietbont said:Haha, you got the title from WoW didnt you?
Thanks for reading! Question... what flag are you flying as your avatar?demokratickid said:This is truly a unique AAR, and one worthy of praise! Excellent job! Keep it up!
My plan is to finish the Prologue tonight, meaning you'll get to see the first choice... although the resulting chapters won't be ready until I finish playing them out. Regarding your other tips, I grabbed a map_pack from thrashing mad, and I'll check yours out as well this weekend. Also, thanks for reminding me about snugglie's tutorial, I need to remember to put him (and you!) in the Acknowledgments. One type of map I AM having trouble learning about are "Battle Campaign Maps" if that makes any sense... the type you see on History Channel specials that use arrows and such to display troop movements, etc. Every time I try to illustrate movement on a map I'm displeased with the result... maybe you could point me in the right direction?Monnikje said:Really an original concept! I'm curious about the choices that will be available eventually.