Enewald Enewald Enewald
- Oct 17, 2007
lawl, take mecca while waiting to get Judea... :rofl:
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.
Ahura Mazda said:Both FYROM's and spl's missions have given large rewards, it's not fair to the AI!
Funny you should mention that. ) The Romanian part of Moldavia has some of the most beautiful monasteries...spl said:It is a honor to hold the sacred lands of Moldavia.
Thanks!rasmus40 said:Great missions. They are a lot more fun than the custom ones
Yes, I got it. :rofl:ratonbox said:hmm..i was just thinking. Maybe i'll make a custom mission for this aar. i'll send it to you by PM.
done... it should be a nice mission.
It's not my fault.Ahura Mazda said:Both FYROM's and spl's missions have given large rewards, it's not fair to the AI!
Yes, I thought I would get a head start.Enewald said:lawl, take mecca while waiting to get Judea... :rofl:
Sweboy said:I better start taking notes, I have been trying to retake Jerusalem as The Knights and have only achieved national collapse!
Miirshak said:Wow, custom missions Rule
I'll have to think of one.
Could you post abit of an overview of your region? not the worldmap, its abit unclear, just where you are!
FYROM said:I figured that if the Pope showed up the other Europeans, they deserved to be humiliated
"See, THIS is how you crusade!" *Dumbslaps Kings of France, England, HRE*
Ahura Mazda said:True, but for saving mOLDAVIA?!?!
Hamath said:Trumpet of Afrika??
:nods:spl said:It is a honor to hold the sacred lands of Moldavia.
The russian campaign wiped my two main armies from the face of the earth.comagoosie said:who could have believed you were so under the support limit?
I look forward to the mission ahead.
ratonbox said:Funny you should mention that. ) The Romanian part of Moldavia has some of the most beautiful monasteries...
"Wallachia and Moldavia became a center of monastic life, attracting hermits from all the Eastern Orthodox Churches. Between 1457 and 1504, Stephen the Great founded no fewer than 44 churches and monasteries, some of which are now part of UNESCO's World Heritage."