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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((Also, Fascism seems to be kind of... Ummm... Over? ...At this point in time.))
((I'll give it a try, this is all I can promise. ))
You that. I'm sure my Honourable Friend from Davenport would join me in trying to resurrect the former Rt. Hon. Members for Stirling Burghs, Westminster and Maidstone, respectively, while you're at it.
I'm sure a paper hat would liven old Oz right back up again.
Guys, you are pumping an AAR to 4th page before even the first update is written.
Calm down. I don't want to log in tomorrow morning and have to search for the first update on page 12 whilst you are bickering about some British stuff on page 27.
What's with the double brackets?
The ghost of Lady Maggie Thatcher ascends from her grave and posses the body of NikoHoI3. He - like her former Cabinet Ministers - becomes her slave, driven to turn Britain into a Thatcheresque paradise before Attlee turns Britain into a downtrodden, socialist hell-hole.
((While I'm anti-Reaganist and all its spin-offs, I wouldn't go to such extreme as voting for Uncle Joe. ))((Oh, God. I suddenly remembered why I hated this certain setting for an AAR. Maggie, oh, Maggie. If it's between her and Labour, socialists will get my vote. Actually, if it would be between her and Stalin, the moustache would get my vote.))
((Anti-Reaganist? I have no problems with Reagan, actually I still enjoy the fruits of his work, living in a independent Estonia and whatnot, I just despise Thatcher, that's all. There's a damn few things in common between me and Roger Waters and that seems to be the main one, funnily enough.((While I'm anti-Reaganist and all its spin-offs, I wouldn't go to such extreme as voting for Uncle Joe. ))