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.
Well in truth it'd probably be more like Jaime Lannister's armor - made to look like gold (as with much of the armor among the Dunmeri).Another great chapter, except Nethyn is wearing armour made of gold? He must be truly protected by Azura. (By Azura! By Azura By Azura! It's the Grand Champion!) Also it must be super heavy.
Anyways i'm thinking of starting a new EK AAR, mainly because of this great piece.
Glad you're enjoying it!Finally sat myself down and gave this a read. I was a rather big fan of Morrowind back in the day, although it's been some years since I last played it. I have to say that I'm greatly enjoying the story so far, and that I'm hoping to see Nethyn and Saren's ultimate triumph over the False Tribunal -- and perhaps even their rise to the throne of Morrowind itself.
At the time of this writing, there are no in-game events for the Nerevar legend itself. People have been talking about it in the mod's subforum, but I'm not aware on whether or not it's going to be in a future update. Most of what you see in game is me playing it and fitting the Nerevar legend (for example, Nethyn really was wounded by bandits while on a pilgrimage, but I added the part about Azura appearing to him).A small question, as I'm not entirely familiar with how the mod works: Is there an actual set of decisions or events that will model the coming of the Nerevar in-game, or are you just roleplaying it all out at the moment? (Not that it would lessen my enjoyment of the story either way, of course.)
Hah, that would be quite the twist! Whether genuine or fake, I'm certain that news of the return of Nerevar is going to have a galvanizing effect on friend and foe alike. Almost certainly neither the Temple nor the monarchy are going to take the news well, I'd bet...Says you. Saren is actually Dagoth Ur in disguise #OhWhatATwist
Gameplay-wise, losing Varvur in battle was one of those "Awe c'mon!" moments we so often have in CK2. He had some nice stats, and would have been perfect for future campaigns, or if I had decided to keep playing after this story ends and conquer the world or something. As it happened, he died before I could really get to use him for too much.Ouch! Sad to see Varvur go, although I suppose it's fitting that he died doing what he loved in service to Azura and his House. I have no doubt that once Nethyn awakes, he'll be out to reap a red tide of vengeance for the loss of his companion and best commander.
Also nice to see the way you've woven those two battle events together to create such a touching and emotionally charged scene. That one hit me "right in the feels," as they say
Hate it when that happens.Gameplay-wise, losing Varvur in battle was one of those "Awe c'mon!" moments we so often have in CK2. He had some nice stats, and would have been perfect for future campaigns, or if I had decided to keep playing after this story ends and conquer the world or something. As it happened, he died before I could really get to use him for too much.
Ouch! My condolences to you and the rest of the family.Storyline-wise, well...sadly I've had to go to a funeral lately for an in-law, and much of what I witnessed in regards to people reacting influenced what happened in the story.