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.
Thanks Doctor Stein! Good to see you again, too – especially following along.Beautiful work Densley and it is grand to see you again after The Westminster System!
Lib Dem? Moi?!Ye Libdem Yellow $*%(#$
Wonderful to see you so promptly.Oh, you know I'm subbing.
Be fair to the man: I'm fairly certain it was five brief sentences.BTW, I liked how Healey's foreword was longer than four brief sentences.
It's excellent to see you, all the same.Yuck, Labour.
Thanks Jape! Good to see you, as ever. An update in the Other Place is still on the cards, but I felt I needed to take a more definite break from it more than anything. Recharge the batteries sort of thing.While I was hoping for an update in the Other Place, this looks fascinating, nice graphics and interesting model for the AAR.
Well, great minds and all that… If you would send them my way, that would be really appreciated. Thanks for offering.I had vague plans for a post-war Britain AAR myself, though beyond some notes and graphics nothing came of it. However DB I did collect a decent treasure trove of online sources for the period dealing with decolonisation, immigration, Britain's nuclear arsenal, Butskellism etc. I'd be happy to send you all the links if it would be of any use to you.
Excellent to see you, Attalus! I trust I'll be able to go some way to helping you understand things. Not that it's in any way requisite for following along, of course.Count me subbed
I know nothing of the Labour or British politics at the time though so I hope I won't be lost
Gaitskell and Blair were both revisionists to a degree, that's for sure. Whether Tony Blair will be as relevant in this world is of course an entirely different matter…This is pretty much the story of Tony Blair before Tony Blair emerged, if I read the hints correctly. Count me in btw.
Coincidence indeed! Hopefully this will be a nice little complement to what you learn in your history class.Coincidence for me to have learned a little bit about Gaitskell in my History class, only to find an AAR surrounding him.
Thank you very much! It'll be good to have you on board.Good luck. I shall be keeping track.
Well that's all very kind of you to say. Thank you for checking this out, and I hope you'll think just as highly of what follows.Very well written, no less than what we can expect from you
Also, I positively adore the Penguin cover art - good job on that as well.
Thanks loup! Good to see you here.Sounds interesting, subscribed.