- Dec 28, 2003
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.
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Tuy said:To get Avignon, I would suggest getting military access from Provence, building some ships and put some troops in Provence before you declare war, then DoW and march in there. Hopefully you can do this before they ally France. This also might not work if Savoy has access through France or Provence. To deal with Aragon or Burgundy either station some ships around your coasts or trust that you army will be able to beat anything they land in Italy.
CountArach said:Man I really had a good laugh at the comments on the pictures. You could try to wait for one of the alliances to end, or if you don't want to wait you could DoW and hope Austria gets bogged down with Savoy.
spl said:I have no advice, but I really like you are writing this, well done!
CCL said:National Drill increases your troop morale by 1.00, an invaluable tool if you want to fight wars.
Or you can expand into the New World with QFTNW.
FYROM said:A Pope in the New World? That's what the Spanish are for!
For military I'd go with Engineers Corps, since you're not going to have a large military for a while and staying in battle is just going to kill more of your men. A quick siege, though, could ruin someone's day.
Tycho said:I think you should attack Avignon as soon as possible - fighting them, if they form alliance with France it will be impossible to finish the mission. Build fleet to keep Aragon and Savoy out of Rome. Good luck !