So let's see: France is losing English Territory to landlocked Silesia:
Lo and behold (and yes, Silesia is fighting as the sole belligerent):
Apparently Magellan never made it in this timeline. First circumnavigation in 1777...
And King George III apparently tried to take a hands-on approach to the war, personally leading the siege of Boston. Nothing odd gameplay-wise here, just strange from a historical perspective
Apperently for Baltic Crusader you have to take provinces from Ming in 1.20... Also I have no Idea what that Ural country is, it revolted from Russia after Ming mauled them.
The main problem is that Ming already holds some Provinces in the Ural-Region which I have to core and convert. I guess its nice to have a final boss.You can "unofficially become" a tributary of Ming and declare all conquest wars you need against other tributary. Then refuse to pay up and break off.
The main problem is that Ming already holds some Provinces in the Ural-Region which I have to core and convert. I guess its nice to have a final boss.
Magellan didn't make it in our timeline either: he died in battle part way through the journey, in the Philippines. Actually the whole expedition barely made it, with only one ship with 18 men arriving in Spain having completed the circumnavigation, compared to the 270 men on five ships who set off. It's the kind of epic journey that would make a good TV dramatization.
Lol, maybe the Brits would have won the war if the king had shown such dedication!