- Aug 19, 2009
I'd advise throwing merchants into every COT you can find, you'll rake in the money
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Thanks a lot! I'm glad you really enjoy my AARs.Missed the start but am all caught up!
I love your AARs Blklizard, there always interesting to read.
This Viking campaign is rather short. The purpose isn't really into trading. I will be focusing on trading a lot more with my Portugal campaign.Looks like neither the Jarl or his advisor are very well versed in the concept of trade. Given how resource-focused Phoenix III appears to be, are you planning to conquer to get what you need (outside of what uniting Scandinavia will give you), or are you going to get trading? Either way is technically the Viking way.
I'm making quite a bit right now. There isn't many COT right now either.I'd advise throwing merchants into every COT you can find, you'll rake in the money
Thanks for the tip about brickworks. I will see what can be done.Yeah, there are a lot of buildings to build and not nearly enough magistrates to build them all. I'd suggest building brickworks in the provinces that can to provide the .75 magistrates bonus. Tanners are a cheaper alternative if there are no brickworks.
The year is 483. I guess its kind of early.What year is it? I think the modders added dates in which you can form nations and it seems you formed Scandinavia earylish
Ah hah,:ninja: that is a bug that carries through the entirety of Phoenix.:blink: The Reconquest CB is presumably 'tagged' Thessaly Reconquest,:wacko: but has nothing to do with the corresponding province.It always seems nations end up with weird holdings in EU3, and the French (or the proto-French Franks, in this case) are no exception.
As silly as it seems, I get the feeling this was caused by the Saxons getting their hands on Thessaly, but I don't have access to your save so I can't (and probably shouldn't) make such hypotheses.
Thanks for the explanation. I tried to find the province but it didn't exist .Ah hah,:ninja: that is a bug that carries through the entirety of Phoenix.:blink: The Reconquest CB is presumably 'tagged' Thessaly Reconquest,:wacko: but has nothing to do with the corresponding province.
Awwww...The Jarl suddenly felt old with the departure of his advisor. He enjoyed the company of his advisor. The two of them argued often but they always put their nation's interest first. The last fight got out of hand with the Jarl alone dealing with everyday issues of his nation.