- Jun 8, 2012
Well that is a bold move but honestly the lose of another kingdom on top of it is harsh. I hope that you have some success in getting some of those old crowns back eventually.
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.
Thank you!just finished reading it! good story! and a nice change in the writing style too
unexpectedly, Emperor Galimani seems to have his hands full
keep it up, Italianajt!
Who would have thought I could do emotional writing? I think my next AAR will definitely be Narrative. I like the history book format but it becomes very formulaic over time.Wow, from Orléans to Holy Roman Emperor. Bravo ! I felt bad for King Valeran when his Niebelung wife died (I need to rein in my emotional attachment to these characters....)
Thank you for your dedication to reading it!It's taken me a couple of weeks, but I finally caught up in reading this. It's great!
God-willing the Alphonsian Line will continue to live up to the greatness of their last few kings and help lead the way to the New World. They can expand southward through Tangiers (which will be a part of their kingdom again, I don't know why it became an independent duchy) but they will have a hard enough time changing the Andalusian culture throughout the kingdom.Congratulations on your wise and powerful dynasty ! And thank you for a fun and enjoyable AAR.
I don't have EUIV, but presuming there is a chance to discover the New World in that game, I'm sure the Gallimanis will be there doing it
The EUIV AAR will most likely be bumpy. While it's good to have the Golden Horde as Christian, what happens when the two Orthodox empires decide that Catholicism has run its course? I am also scared of the Mesopotamian and Egyptian Sultanates. Those Bhreatish are going to be a nuisance as well. Also:Drools... Maps... Any whoo. This has certainly been a bumpy ride I can't wait for the next segment.