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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The Rt. Hon Member for Norfolk is so delighted at the commencement of this AAR that his bodily functions have taken the liberty of acting independently of his consciousness and have dispensed their fluid content into my Honourable Friend's pantaloons without the assistance of a codpiece or other device?
the Rt. Hon. Member for Plymouth's
I am excited as a man who, having experienced a fitful night's sleep punctuated by nightmares involving gruesome deaths and horrendous imagery set to a backdrop of forgetting homework and sitting exams, awoke to find that, actually, not only was it a bank holiday, it was his birthday.
Member for Devonport, eh? Henceforth that's totally how I'm going to play this AAR.
So not merely are you a member of the Privy Council, but you are also the Prince Regent? I didn't even realise we had one of those any more...
Unless a certain A. Partridge ran for Parliament while I wasn't looking, it seems no one of much interest has ever stood for a Norfolk constituency (since the Cokes, of course.)
I dunno, Chris Mayhew was a fairly interesting character even if you discount the whole LSD thing. Then there's Christopher Brocklebank-Fowler, who has the dubious honour of having been a member of as many different British political parties as Winston McKenzie....
Yeah, you're right... Norfolk blows.
Maybe it's time to inject some excitement into it again? I'm starting to feel guilty...
Once I've done with the '47 election in ABoGM I think I'll divert my attention elsewhere for a week or so.
Now, Tommy: give us the first update!
A portal opens, spitting out a bearded man, who (this time) manages to land on his feet and even catch the book which follows him out of the hole a few seconds later. It seemingly takes him only a few quick moments to fully understand the situation and gather himself enough to start moving, but either nervous or shaken, he drops his book when trying to reach the closest shadowy corner. The book stays laying face down in the dirt and any curious passer-by can read the title: "To Murder ALL the Baguettes: A German Fascist's Guide to Occitania"
((Nah, not even by a stretch. But I still like him, he has my support no matter what.Powell wasn't a fascist though.
I'm sure a paper hat would liven old Oz right back up again.