Call Kenny Loggins, you're in the DANGER ZONE...
- Dec 5, 2008
I just caught up, and I have got to say, that this and Bullfilters are some great AARs!
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.
Yes things have gotten very messy. This civil war is going to make everything for the next few years much more difficult. I wasn't aware of the story of Coriolanus, quite an interesting life!
Hmm...should move them to Venice.the troublesome Boii tribe
I appreciate the compliment! Reign of the Ancients give a unique victory condition called "Hegemony," which triggers once you're the dominate power, so that's what I'm going for. In the short term dominating the Western Mediterranean and Iberia is what I have in mind, though who knows what will happen with this civil war?The maps are beautiful and very clear. The AAR seems to be coming along nicely and i do love a history book one.
Obviously history book generally means fewer gameplay sppukers but is there a vauge hint of direction you can give? Where are the Romans aiming, or what was your goal at the start if the game?
Definitely. Whoever takes over will have to deal with a much poorer country.That is unfortunate to have to sell the money makers to pay the bills.
Yes they do. My greatest fear is that the Carthaginians get a permanent foothold on mainland Italy. The good thing is that Carthaginian numbers are still rather small at 20,000 or so in Italy IIRC.Oh my, things do look bleak for the Romans.
Maybe! No doubt Megellus is ready to restore the Republic's power should he win.A short sighted bunch these politicians. Only absolute dictators can guide the way forward (let's pray none of them go nuts or are nuts when elected!).
That could explain the continuing support for Megellus, and his still very strong army. He very well may have a better reputation than the Senate at this point.Ouch... things not going well.
Though it made strategic sense I'm not sure of the propaganda value about making peace with the Carthaginians while Megellus remains fighting them - he can portray himself as looking after true Roman interests even in the teeth of the Senate (I'm not saying this is true of course, just that there is that danger.)