- Jul 24, 2007
This is really fascinating aar, can't wait for the game itself to start.
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 English not so good for wiki writing, but I'm ok, if somebody will use some of my materials.This is very impressive work, here. Enlightening! I just finished a Czech game and wish I had studied this earlier!
I hope when you are done you share some of your conclusions at the hoi2wiki.
A little bit crazy, yes ))Wow, you seem to have an obsession(to say the least) for graphs and numbers. It really makes my head hurt but i'll try to follow.
Thanks.I wish you luck in your future careers.
I know you likely though of this but the Czech do have very good border defence against Germany. Have you considered a northwest strike and take a good chunk of Germany industry to the west?
OK. I'll try to enforce this flank.A suggestion, A large force should be around the Cottbus-Breslau province area as you must consider the fact that up to 15 additional divisions might come from the provinces bordering Poland. Those additional men could do a counter encirclement of what your plan seems to be.
I think, I will stay with Allies long enough. They have many BPs and good research teams. Also, even if I conquer all Central and Eastern Europe, I'll be just a smaller version of Great Germany and I will border SU.This is awsomeness.:rofl:
Are you planning on staying with the allies or leaving after you take over germany and get strong enough? Does czech still get events when PA?