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I was looking at that OPM you have occupied in second to last screenshot, you're going to have to peace out with it soon and start getting a bit of overextension. It does look like almost all of the nations you have left are coastal though. Did you plan that?OE will be massive, but not until the very end. White Peace is avoidable by throwing a single ship at the enemy fleet from time to time.
"Call for peace" may fire from time to time, but even that will take a long time to build up any meaningful War Exhaustion when I can pay it down with DIP at a rate of -2WE every 7 months or so.
Even if despite everything, +20Revolt Risk from WE is still preferable to + 1 zillion RR from the overextension I would get from annexing everything straight away.
This is great! Are you also going to attack those other nations that you are not currently at war with?
This chapter is truly epic... war with HRE is a fitting climax to this ambitious AAR.
Still 70 years left...do you plan to make any more vassals? I imagine Cologne is one of them but what else? Not that the issue is important, just interested in this particular detail.
I honestly don't know how you can organize all that and not go insane. The only conclusion I can make is that you are secretly a robot from the future sent back to show everyone how Ryukyu can conquer the world.
How do you get the same mission over and over though? Haven't yet played a non major nation...
Wow....It's so difficult to micromanage those units I guess, I'd get bored and ragequit lol
I was looking at that OPM you have occupied in second to last screenshot, you're going to have to peace out with it soon and start getting a bit of overextension.
It does look like almost all of the nations you have left are coastal though. Did you plan that?
I don't know how Call for Peace works with so many wars. Does each war you've 'won' stack up additional war exhaustion or does it do one at a time? If the latter does getting peace in the war it's complaining about reset the growth or does it keep going with the next one? I guess you'll find out all that stuff soon enough.
On another note, who is on the 1st place? The HRE? Someone that you've already eliminated? Would it be possible to get a screenshot of the... what is it, second or third? page on the ledger so we can see who gains how many points per month?
You astound me with your single minded obsession with a Ryuku wc. It's has been a fun read, so I hope you succeed soon and can return to playing a more normal game.
Brilliant AAR! I hope you'll make it in time
.. altho I almost hope you'll fail if it means you'll try again
Something that just came to my mind: if OE is high, you get events costing legitimacy as a monarchy, so I guess there are also equivalent events for republics ruining your republican tradition..