- Dec 29, 2010
that is great news
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.
Where was that in the story?!?! I don't remember a trip from Mansa Musa in the reign of Andronikos BloodrinkerYet this powerful military could not be supported without a formidable trade network, and as Ghana before, the powerful Mali Caliphate could call upon European desires for gold, ivory, and other trade goods to fund its coffers. Plentiful gold fields are evidenced by Imperial edicts banning any individual from possessing any gold other than coins minted by the Imperial government. Clair Townsend argues, with considerable evidence, that this was an anti-inflationary measure, to ensure the central government held a tight rein on the plentiful gold supply.(4) Money was so plentiful that supposedly when Mansa Musa stopped in Alexandria and was received by the Roman Emperor Andronikos II, the Malian Emperor made a gift of a solid golden sword and scepter to his Roman counterpart, seriously impressing the normally unflappable Andronikos. (5)
If anything you should praise him for the story instead. There is other AARS and then there is Rome AArisen, this is as behemoth of a tale, this is a close as you come to literature when reading an AAR, and it is so well done, i don't regret any of the countless hours i have spent on this AAR :happy:General_BT, I hereby declare you a demon!
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He showed us his conversions into EU. And it was pointed at that there might be a continuation many times. So why in the hell would you assume I was talking about the CK AAR?AAR is finished, dude, although I don't know If General would continue it to EU3