Surreptitious Son of Serendip
- May 28, 2004
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.
Playing HSR makes a difference - see below.Mooses said:Nothing more to add really. Good luck with this. I've only tried Brazil once and didn't all to well.
I don't have solid enough sources to be quite sure, but the Brazilians at the time certainly thought he did. That's why this nation's Expeditionary Force used a symbol of a cobra with a lit pipe; at the time, it was as famous as the "desert rat" symbol of 7th Armoured.MIG-15 said:did hitler really say that?
That "1.2b" is a typo. I am actually using 1.3b, HSR 2.06, Naval Mod.GeneralHannible said:Why are you using 1.2, and, good look!!
Thanks! Well, we'll just have to get along without the Chinos. *manfully sucks it up*.gosam said:LM+ is back, great news.
Interresting nation choice. ( and this time you can't import chinese )
So they do. The AI builds ships with the correct size of CAG, while humans are given instructions on which ships can carry what size (the historical carrier builds come pre-loaded, which does make things easier to remember).lifeless said:very nice update! i guess everyone likes CAGs...
To my knowledge, there is not. I hope that the site will be back up early next month.AOK. 11 said:Great update!
Those naval events look excellent, but the thread you posted is not working for me.(as of right now, bandwidth exceeded) Is there anywhere else to learn about this naval mod?