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.
Now, there's an idea. HSR has some events concerning this already, and I've now hacked up some add-ons; they will be described as they occur.Tim O said:Cool title, and nice quote, never heard it before.
I'd load up and have Argentina join the Axis, just to make it interesting.
Yep, and let me tell you, they won't come a moment too soon!lifeless said::rofl: nice trading and good work getting into the allies now you can get blueprints!
Mister, I like your attitude. I also like your sig; nice new Russian quote.GhostWriter said:LM+: ...Brazilian women are the most beautiful in the world, and anyone who disagrees hasn't seen enough of us!
i can vouch 200 percent that this is true! !
very intriguing stAARt! !
Stingy! What sort of alliance is this, anyway! :shakes fist:GrimReaper said:The Brits hold on to their precious blueprints, eh?
Well, I'm sure you can get it out of them one way or the other
An opportunity, yes, and a big one. But not for Brazil. <wry look>GhostWriter said:LM+: ...Argentina is seeking powerful friends -- and we very much fear she will find them.
is this an opportunity i see on the horizon? ?
Thank you kindy. Briefing coming right up!AOK. 11 said:Excellent updates!
Could you give us the basics on the armed forces of Argentina?
I worked up these events to trigger when both Argentina and Germany are AI-controlled, and either Brazil or the UK are human-controlled. So they are intentionally powerful. I haven't written any events to keep an human-controlled Argentina amused. If I play ARG, I might.elbasto said:Argentina really got huge benefits by joining the Axis... aren't there any similar Brazilian and British events?
Oh, and try depleting their resources stocks, they don't have enough of anything to supply even their starting ICs (they can't even max their tech teams!)... at least it was so in vanilla HoI.
Yep, Baldwin has finally broken down. Bless him. Thanks; the screenies aren't anything like 2Coats' or Wolfhound's work, but hopefully they nevertheless add to the interest.GrimReaper said:Now UK should see the benefit of giving you blueprints
Very informative screenies, I'd say.
What, and slow down my precious factories? I charitably assume you jest?!?lifeless said:not looking too good for brazil...better build more divs!