- Oct 16, 2011
Wow, you DID beat Britain! Now we just need a World Map to see how the glorious pink has spread all over the globe!
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.
Scum! Such corruption will not be tolerated in such an enlightened nation!Sokoto nothing if not a wonderfully fair and democractic nation. The Conservative party do however share the public's concern that this election was marred by foul play, the Radicals clearly resorting to underhanded tactics so as to cheat their way to over five percent of the vote.
A perfectly normal reaction to an extention of one's font size.With this peace deal Portugal has been removed from Africa and, far more importantly, Sokoto's font size has increased considerably. In a rare showing of competency Sokoto's cartographers made the intelligent decision to spread some of Sokoto's font over empty portions of the map. Whilst such practice is perhaps slightly underhanded the delighted Prime Minister could not care less. Having become rather excited after viewing Sokoto's font increase in size once again, he is led away to a cold bath in a bid to calm him down.
Too generous, I feel. Extending the vote franchise? Slipperly slops. Thin end of the wedge. Who knows who might be voting?That nearly four million people now support an Anarcho-Liberal rebellion has in no way influenced the government's decision to now pass this political reform. Instead the government passed this reform due to their desire to desperately cling to power for as long as possible. Uh, instead the government passed this reform due to their desire to ever further democratic freedom within Sokoto.
Ok, I bit; this AAR (and the insane Haiti AAR) did it. I am currently trying to juggle influences in Central Europe as Austria.I'm much the same as yourself in that I rather struggled with V1, easily one of the most complex games I ever played, and I was thus a bit wary of buying V2. I'm very glad that I did though as this game is far more accomodating than the first, although I still struggle with it most of the time, and I heartily recommend giving it a go.
I prefer the first version.Sokoto's officers having begun taking to the battlefield on horseback as this allows for them to more easily flee the field at the first sign of danger. That is, Sokoto's officers having begun taking to the battlefield on horseback as this allows for them to more easily issue orders whilst on the field.