I know it's probably just a typo, but the mental image was great
That ex-King of Jerusalem has something coming to him, though...
Ahh, truce ping-pong. I remember ye well.
That Emperor had liver spots! I've never seen that in an old character before; is that part of a new portrait DLC?
Yeah, I also noticed it But still great update.
The new emperor looks Mongoloid a bit
You have truces with people, not to them. Interesting update - I look forward to your new Mongolian overlord.
Every leader should aspire to look Mongoloid a bit.
You sure like your Konstantinoses.
Worked for Genghis.
That Orthodox Spain fascinates me.
I wonder if we'll see a German-French Catholic League come EUIII. Charlemagne would be proud.
IBERIANS! [necessary ALIENS here]
Kick the HRE's ass...way back when I was playing a Roman campaign the HRE had a long stretch of multiple rulers each year. I think you know what I mean.
Worked for Genghis.He had no issue with making a point, repeatedly.
Sicily in Bulgaria and Mongolian-looking Roman Emperor. I love the CK for that.
Is it possible to move the capital to Rome?
I do hate how sometimes those vassals seem to just manage to somehow get a bunch of big titles under their names and then suddenly they have half your Empire. How dare they scheme like players!
Worked for Genghis.
While we are talking about vassal relations: given how effective your retinues are and how rarely you have raised levies, do you even need Limited Crown Authority? Happier vassals might serve you better here than useful ones. If nothing else, the pruning of your vassals' power might go over easier.
Now something very bad needs to happen so that you have something to do early on in EU3!
Genghis Khan was actually a title and not his proper name. Admittedly, Basileus Temujin Doukas doesn't have the sight rhyme that Basileus Genghis Doukas does, but I'd prefer the slightly subtler reference.Oh god the entire Doukas family are Mongoloid.
I DEMAND THAT ONE SON BE NAMED GENGHIS.
BASILEUS GENGHIS I OF ROME.