- Jun 16, 2010
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.
Not officially, no.There wasn't one already?
We would, and have, but it's clear you've chosen to ignore said arguments (such as those by Mister Antonine). Also...If you could actually make good arguments against our liberalism...
The Right Honourable Mister Tanzhang's remark here applies too.The rigid dogma puts people off almost as much as the stupidity behind it does.
Well, I meant unofficially, and not entirely in the fashion that is afflicting the Labour party, rather that there was, certainly, a sizeable portion of the Tories who felt the same way.Not officially, no.
I guess some of us are just tired of the same old crap which we got sick of the first time we heard it, let alone the seventeenth, and others seem totally oblivious to this, but are more than happy to accuse others of circle-jerking when they talk about something - anything - which isn't that same old crap.The 'debates' around here are getting pretty ugly...
How about: "Whose haircut is better: Attlee's or Bevan's?"It's a new AAR, and I'd like to see fresh new debates on fresh new subjects relevant to the period in which it's set. Not the same old Blood and Iron stuff which was quite tiring even back when it was relatively fresh.
Oh, comon, he doesn't look THAT gay.Attlee's look kinda reminds me of Patrick Stewart.