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yes, reducing infamy will be an priority and maybe starting to do something about my inflation.much later , with your level of infamy
Me too, I am not in an hopeless situation anymore, but the OE would still probably crush me...Very nice. I hope the OE doesn't wake up anytime soon.
Good idea, but I have only 2 core provinces, and the OE normally put some larger stack at our border... The best time for it would be now, when they are busy fighting the Mameluks, but I can't build a navy fast enough and my infamy is a bit to high, too.Yeah, so make a navy fast and attack OE first before it eats you.
Indeed, time to chill a bit and see what happens. You seem to have an eye for details so you can take your time to scope any more opportunites that come your wayGood idea, but I have only 2 core provinces, and the OE normally put some larger stack at our border... The best time for it would be now, when they are busy fighting the Mameluks, but I can't build a navy fast enough and my infamy is a bit to high, too.
Yeah, I tried beeing at peace, but there were some serious matters which I had to take care of... I played it a little bit more risky and gained something and lost a little bit (maybe you could call it more than just little), but you will see it in the next parts, which will be posted today (probably).Indeed, time to chill a bit and see what happens. You seem to have an eye for details so you can take your time to scope any more opportunites that come your way
You are right thanks... i'll correct it immediatlyI think you meant Naxos.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Despotate_of_EpirusVery cool. If memory serves me right, the Despotate (sp?) of Epirus was one of the Byzantine survivors of the disastrous Fourth Crusade that sacked Constantinople and set up the Latin kingdoms in the Aegean in the first place. Perhaps it's about time that you declared yourself the true inheritor of Rome and Constantine and got rid of the usurpers in Constantinople. Starting with Naxos and then the imperial city itself.
Congrats on beating Venice down and getting a nice strong backbone of territories going there. Morea needs to bow to your imperial will, too.
Matching the OE in size will be difficult (infamy), but they are at war almost the whole game, so I'll try to take a bit out of them ASAP (as you'll see in the next update I already missed one great opportunity).The Despotate was set up by the closest living member of the dead emperor and had the most legitimate claim. Unfortunately, even though it overran Thessalonika it did not defeat the Latin Empire. That honor fell to the Empire of Nicea. Nicea retook Constantinople and thus revived the Byzantine Empire, but the Empire was more or less confined to Modern Day European Turkey and Western Anatolia.
Also, I think you should now go after the remaining pieces of independent Greece. If you do not take them down soon, the Ottoman Empire is going to beat you to it. You have to make sure that your European domains come as close to matching the Ottomans in size as you possibly can.
It was a hard fight against Byzantium and luckily I was able to peace out against Croatia fast.I wasn't sure you'd survive all that but you did. You need to get rid of that false Greek emperor in Constantinople.