- Jan 1, 2007
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.
Emperor_krk said:If I understand well, you left Albania as a one-province minor with a few vassals, 20-ish BB and a large war. Great .
But it was fine, I see. I could never do well against the Ottomans as Albania, no matter how many times I tried. You've done a good job, definitely .
So now, on to the next one?
Well, Rhodes has a land connection to Asia Minor, so unless AlbaniaAI can keep it blocked, the Turk wil come a knocking...TeeWee said:Interesting turn here. Lots of wars and Badboy, lots of vassals. Almost impossible for the AI to hold in the future, though they are notoriously bad at naval warfare, so Rhodos may save Albania indefinately as long as it doesn't revolt away.
Does it? I'm pretty sure the only map where I've seen such a connection was MyMap... And I guess it can't really revolt away, with the Knights most probably already being on Malta...Kelvin said:Well, Rhodes has a land connection to Asia Minor, so unless AlbaniaAI can keep it blocked, the Turk wil come a knocking...
Dr Bob said:The next slider could be preference smoked or unsmoked bacon for all the Uzbeks care.
Dr Bob said:His 5 shock and 5 manuever should make for reasonably easy work around the deserts and plains of central asia and the 1 siege is an added benefit to make seiges go faster once the enemy's armies have been crushed like bugs.
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