- Jan 18, 2002
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.
sweeeet *whips out his province choppin' axe*MKJ said:I don't really want to expand on this much, I want to focus on error-whacking and removal of superflous provinces.
Save some for me.ribbon22 said:
binTravkin said:I understand there's already been discussion about province naming (about the languages in which they're named).
I found 2 provinces pretty near to each other named "Upper Silesia" and "Oberosterreich".
It's quite clear the latter is german not english name.
English would be "Upper Austria" or something like that.
Does Germany get some kind of privilegy in this?
Second this request, I had it posted in the old thread. Military movement shouldn't be screwed.Hallsten said:One little nag:
I don't like warp-zone Courland. Disconnect Courland from Polotsk, you could pull down the southern border of Dünaburg and connect it with Vilna.
The two Silesian provinces have to be named in English in order to avoid very nasty postings by certain Polish posters.binTravkin said:I found 2 provinces pretty near to each other named "Upper Silesia" and "Oberosterreich".
Contrary to apparently popular beliefs, there hasn't been an official AGCEEP decision on what language to use for province names yet. Btw, just a few examples of non-German provinces not having their English names on MKJ's map (and these aren't all):Does Germany get some kind of privilegy in this?