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.
Veldmaarschalk said:The moment we have been waiting for
Very good start indeed and nice lay-out
Veldmaarschalk said:Looking at Godafres his stats I would say he will be able to survive and keep the kingdom of Jerusalem alive
Chief Ragusa said:I've never seen graphics like these. Your own creation?
Do the Lusignan's need to be in league with anyone to cause trouble?
Quirinus308 said:Wow, this is some great stuff. Sadly I have not been able to read any of your other AAR's (although I know your reputation as a writer), and so I look forward to following this one.
stnylan said:Great start to an AAR SM. And very nicely presented I must say. Perhaps unsurprisingly there are echoes here of Desert Tides. I cannot wait to find out more.
Singleton Mosby said:Thanks a lot Stnylan. I never read Desert Tides, whom wrote it? (I would like a read, perhaps I can learn some stuff.)
Veldmaarschalk said:Will the Sang Real or the San Greal be part of this story I wonder ?
And does Dan Brown know of that ?
stnylan said:Desert Tides - Or how I learnt to swim in quicksand is Storey's most recent magnum opus, currently I note second in the EU2 OscAAR voting. It's a Mongol Empire Scenario game of EU2, with a two part storyline. The first part is Indiana Jones-ish, set in the 1930s. The second part is a chronicle of the game he played as the Kingdom of Jerusalem. A wonderful work, I can highly commend it!