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- Oct 17, 2007
Somehow the borders of Confederation live on.
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.
Yay, yay, yay! The Confederacy will never die! Well, at least the "Solid South" won't until the 1960s, then it'll turn into a new Solid South. :glare:Somehow the borders of Confederation live on.
Rockefeller has the benefit of having an author who likes him, and a multi-party system that keeps dividing the opposition vote that grants him victory!Rockefeller wins again! Somehow...
CURSE YOU FIRST PAST THE POST! Edit: And the forum for making all the letters little when I want them capital.rockefeller has the benefit of having an author who likes him, and a multi-party system that keeps dividing the opposition vote that grants him victory!
I agree!Neutrality is better than American Imperialism.
Fear not, he will appear in the next to updates, just as I promised! Although I hope you like how he is included since I have no family relationship with him and I am simply going off of historical precedence via his politics I read about.Still no Chase Osborn?
Hopeful optimism, the source of humanity's greatest strength and weakness!The League of Nations will end war forever? Great!
I have a friend who home brews the most delicious porters and ipa's ever! Which just happen to be my favorite type of beer brews!Ugh, more government intervention... prohibition is the easiest way to increase home-brewing.
Should have had the United States join the League of Nations so we could run the world a 30 years earlier than normal!Prohibition, League of Nations, AND discrimination??? How American can you get in one update?
The AAR is titled: Clay to Smith...doesn't really leave much to the imagination in the final election update and the epilogue does it?Not him, please!
Even Harold Lloyd as a president would be less painful for the USA!