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.
Useful like the invasion of North Korea? Yeah, too bad.As for the update; good that the leftist government crumbled; bad that Liberals stopped us from actually getting anything really useful done...
Oh, right, Trotsky got his ice-axe-to-the-brain combo already. Heh, what a way to go.RIP Tito and Trotsky, Left-Commies 4 lyfe yo.
Sorry, but where exactly do you see the extreme right, again? I mean, I'd REALLY like to vote for them, but so far I've seen nothing even closely resembling anything far-rightish.the Liberal Party is the party for the moderate course to temper the extremes of left and right!
Also, he was an especially magnificent bastard, so there's that. A schemer and a weaver and brilliant at both. I guess he just wasn't brilliant enough this one last time.All political enemies gain an element of fond remembrance once they are safely dead and buried.
Rest in Peace Comrade Stalin. The Iron Leader who fought for the Working Class and fought against the tyranny of Western Capitalism and it's Fascist bed-partners. The Communist Party of Great Britain will do all it can to preserve your legacy and carry the torch of the Workers in your name!
Yea, this is entirely RP here. While I do support Stalin in our timeline I am a bit mad that Tito is gone in this one. RIP Tito and Trotsky, Left-Commies 4 lyfe yo.
((Hehe, I saw it, even if noone else did , you were quick on that edit, though))Perhaps the one thing we can agree on.
((That's even better, I love these ahistorical little (or big, I guess, in this case) things. It would be terribly interesting if Beria, Malenkov or someone else(Molotov? What would he be like? Continuation of stalinism, I guess) reigned supreme and not the Ukrainian Corn Farmer. The Abhazian Himmler would probably be the worst case scenario for us.))Historically there was basically a collective leadership from 1953-56 as various figures struggled to come out on top. Not sure how this is modelled in NWO2 so I'm going to assume that the final decision isn't made until '56. So it may or may not be Corn Time soon .
((It depends on who. For the human race, possibly given the potential for nuclear war, but if not, then for the West it would have been a blessing, given the possibility of collapsing the USSR. Or a curse if you take into account the balancing role the USSR played versus the US)) The Liberals must come back to Labour, we can work together!((That's even better, I love these ahistorical little (or big, I guess, in this case) things. It would be terribly interesting if Beria, Malenkov or someone else(Molotov? What would he be like? Continuation of stalinism, I guess) reigned supreme and not the Ukrainian Corn Farmer. The Abhazian Himmler would probably be the worst case scenario for us.))
RIP to the most honorable British man of the 20th Century, Winston Churchill. May God Watch Over Your Soul.
I'm glad the Conservatives are in government, fighting unions and cutting back on the socialist welfare state. For the free market! For Britain!