- Sep 8, 2013
What Will the corrupt Norse do now? Re-establish their Eastern kingdoms?
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.
I too number af Munsö among one of my favourite dynasties, so it was obvious choice for my first AAR.Subbed, I tend to have a soft spot for the House of Af Munso, seriously, they're the descendants of Ragnarr Lodbrok himself, pure badassery right there. And you just destroying the Imperial Army like that? I can see why the Vikings are making a comeback.
To be honest, i have no idea yet, or to be more accurate, I have way too much ideas. I would like to take Norway, but HIP is quite restrictive when it cams to laws and Casus Belli's, if you are unreformed pagan, and I am way too big now to have prepared invasion available.. On top of it, it's almost impossible to convert a province to your faith, with 33% moral authority, I have 0.60% yearly chance... and I can't declare subjugation wars against either Dukes or Kings until I get to medium or high crown authority.. which I can't do if I am unreformed pagan. And I can't reform until I conquer either Brugges or York. Catch 22 of sorts.What Will the corrupt Norse do now? Re-establish their Eastern kingdoms?
They did find a few blue eyes within the native population up north, which would have been impossible without somebody with blue eyes having kids with the members of the native population.The losses to the H.R.E. are staggering - once again. That has to be having an impact on their stability.
And I like your take on the Norse colonies.