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.
My original image was even worse. But yours probably fits better . Note that I don't actually know what Joe looks like anyway.Stuyvesant said:That's a frightening image: Joe Storey as a geriatric masked superhero.
Oh, do you remember how afraid Peter was to see the case ending up on Judge Caryotte's desk ?Stuyvesant said:I doubt he could keep Mr. Voltshead safe, if the Judge wanted any harm to come to him.
Yeah, I had fun writing this update, although it took some time.Stuyvesant said:Finally, I noticed you even put the Judge's scribble on the paper, the directions for Hitchgins to come to the restaurant. Nice touch.
Yeah, I knew for Director, not for Joe. But don't worry, I know they're perfectly able to read this even weeks later...coz1 said:Nil - As best as I know, both Storey and Director are out of town for a little while. Director should be returning any day but Joe may be a while longer. I'm sure they'll enjoy the update greatly, however, once they return and read it.
It just have something to do with that:Duke of Wellington said:Just a small formality I'm sure. I'm most curious as to what he could want with the Bogomiles. Enemy of my enemy is a friend perhaps? All in all very interesting Nil, keep it up .
(from chapter #10a).“Quick! Find Tzourillas... The bogom... Tzourillas... Go! Go...”