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 don't watch 'How I Met Your Mother' very often, but I appreciate the comparison haha! Thanks for reading!awesome aar....
It kinda reminds me of Barney Stinson
I would've just told the peasants to take a dump in their fields :wacko:Not enough manure? I thought this was the middle ages and the damn stuff was everywhere!
Teimuraz doesn't have the experience in dealing with these barbarian biscuit and hairdo worshipers that Giorgi does. Or, at least, that's what Giorgi thinksI'm not sure that giving Kasogs to your son was wise. Being less awesome as he is, he probably caved in and stopped hanging people and that never ends well.
... we'll get to that haha!Dead bodies are good fertilizers too *winkwink*...
Not only that, but the massive automated tile factories of Kartli were renowned for their nice and cheap designs that supplied a huge number of pretty decent tile emporiums and ended up in the bathrooms of people with a modicum of interior design sense the world over! You'd think Giorgi would have gotten more for thatStrange that a woman with pneumonia brings more gold than a tile factory
Soooooooo.....These Hungarians seem really, really lost. I think they took a wrong turn at, oh, I dunno, Europe. Like, all of it.
Indeed. Later on in the game Alania rakes in 15-20 gold. As for the Turks... wait and see haha.Gooooood work
Alania is prime real estate with base tax 3 or 4 IIRC.
Now build up your armies, and spread Bagratuni awesomeness to the lands of the heathen Turk to your south!!!
It gets even happier! But not for a whileYay, Happy Georgia Map!
It almost looked like a horribly disfigured doughnut before.Georgia is now hole-less.