- Jun 16, 2011
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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.
Indeed, and his current obsession is with gaining control of the rest of Columbia (mainly as its the only bit of N Andean pop out of my direct control now)The lengths Harry will go to to give his special coffee flavour is extraordinary. Is this flavour roasted Colombian?
ah, but if a crocodile has to go ... hanging around with Laureen Bacall is not a bad fate ... certainly better than what happened to his medieval names sake, is I recallFinally caught up with this
It's a shame Beelzebub met a sticky end, as I was quite taken with that picture of the crocodile. There was something very smug about it...
glad you're enjoying it, its one of those things that seemed like a good idea when I started but I'm now having doubts ... still best to proceed and see what happens. The bigger problem at the moment is the UK is being very quiet, in all my tests they were hyper-active (which makes me wonder if there is something in 1.4 patch that has changed their habits)This is brilliant. Subscribed!
They seem very unsure if they want an ultra-reactionary or an anarcho-liberal govt. See what you mean, if those statues were secret nuclear missiles then it would be a perfect setting for James Bond to do his thingIt is very anarchical in Harry's next of the woods. Do they need to switch to de-caf?
Also impressed with the new pacific empire. Easter island is a proper location for Harry to have a secret lair.
It was the second rebellion, but they are getting larger. At least I've now solved the firearms crisis so my army is growing.So God himself has chosen the side of the Confederacy... Wow, I'll have to re-evaluate a lot of the history I've learned about this adopted country of mine...
Nice digs at Michael and Astarte, even though dissing Astarte is clearly a losing proposition for Harry. Of course, Harry's never been one for the common sense.
Was that your first larger-scale rebellion? Didn't look too bad, with only four provinces rising up - course, you're not playing 1.1, right, when hordes of rebels would swamp every country.
Especially unwise as even if you win you would only get Belize. Main asset = 6 million mosquitos. the value only goes up if you add in locally based Tory Peers.It seems exceedingly unwise to reject that offer of white peace, particularly in the tone that Harry chose...
This is definitely an OT model of celestial intervention ... but Harry, for once, manages to avoid falling into an obvious trap.The Big Yin is sounding rather threatening there... More OT than NT, perhaps?
I'm impressed with Harry's performance against the British, but overall the balance must be strongly in favor of Britain. It seems exceedingly unwise to reject that offer of white peace, particularly in the tone that Harry chose...
that is part of the problem .... not only have I almost no way of getting a warscore that counts ... I really don't want what I can gain -- even worse than Ashcroft, I might be visited by Hague ... a fate far far worse than eternal damnationEspecially unwise as even if you win you would only get Belize. Main asset = 6 million mosquitos. the value only goes up if you add in locally based Tory Peers.