- Mar 13, 2013
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.
That reminded me of when the Rubricator popped up in my ally’s territory which was really annoying.View attachment 656665
So, this doesn't look all that funny at first glance, but here's the story. I just got the Vechtar Zavonia anomaly, and when I researched it I was directed here, to the Weou system, oh-so-conveniently nestled in between Gomelsa (which you can see is part of the territory of a marauder clan) and Uswkoria (home to the Stellar Devourer). But wait, there's more! You see, Weou wasn't just any random system even before this happened. Weou is also the system containing the Rubricator archaeology site. At least by the time I can actually explore the place I should be well-prepared to deal with Shard.
In a Stellaris galaxy where the sentient butterflies or Geiko Geckos tend to be purifiers, that is a all too common reaction..."WE'VE COME TO DEVOUR..."
*Sigh of relief*
"Stay Hungry for Sucess!" - correction of the PR departmentCorporate Motto: "Stay Hungry!"
Then the Grammere Purifiers better pureify themself. Because I am pretty sure it is a "correction from the Grammar Purifiers":"Stay Hungry for Success!" - correction of Grammar Purifiers )
You know the issue with saving that "Gas Giant Ship"?I'd like to know the logistics of restoring that one later on!
*Slaps Crust* This baby can fit enough pops to make a single in-game year take 10 real life days.