- May 18, 2012
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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.
I just might. I've tried several things, and I don't get it. It worked on my laptop a few weeks, suddenly...nope.You should ask someone in the forum help section about that CAS error problem!
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Interesting calculation. I didn't have an exact age in mind, though I knew he'd be very old, and that some mer/elves in Tamriel did indeed live into the thousands of years.Interesting. The Battle of Red Mountain was 1E 416 and 1E lasted a full 2920 years. If this is 2E 450 then that Dunmer if he is 'remembering' the time of Daedra worship rather than the time immediately following when it was persecuted would be over 2960 years old at least (2954 from the Battle of Red Mountain to the present day, and another six years to be able to remember something influential and traumatic enough to be one of his first memories). There's a lot of conjecture about the lifespans of the different races but at nearly 3,000 years that Dunmer would be pretty far up there. One of the (or just THE) longest lived elves in history (Divayth Fyr) was four thousand and was a master sorcerer who had probably prolonged his own life immeasurably given that he had been able to clone female versions of himself (discounting the possibility that has cloned himself repeatedly as he nears death to prolong his existence if not his bodies capacity for life.)
If he is that old then he's either blessed in some divine way, is a powerful sorcerer, or particularly lucky. Assuming he isn't an incarnation of Nerevar himself appearing to meet Nethyn as an incarnation of Tiber Septim appeared to meet the Nerevarine.
I'll probably update this Wednesday.That dude is old if he lived so long ago (according to ATempler), however, the plot thickens and I shall wait eagerly for the continuation.
Thanks! I think.This is freaking amazing!
Azura providentially sends people his way...even if they don't honor her. The chaplain's own words were somewhat fitting of him, when you think about it.It's good his chaplain came to his aid. Otherwise his failure might have led to some unfortunate questions.
True that...he gets more prudent in the next few updates.Nethyn needs to learn to check his tongue. Not everyone is going to react so well.