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Third Odyssey - Return to the Motherland (A Semi-Interactive AAR)


The Emperor looks upon his realm, and despairs.

Constantinople was the center of a dying empire, carrying the last light of the Romans. Opportunism among brethren and the hostility of an age-old enemy have carved up the pieces of the declining realm to expand their own dominion. The Varna Crusaders, the last chance to save Constantinople, have been left butchered. Now, the final age of the Eastern Roman Empire is merely looming upon the horizon.

In ancient times, her legions conquered the known world. Her science and knowledge would spread information from one corner of her prosperous empire to another, and the legacy that she would leave behind would change the very nature of the civilizations she had once ruled over. But that was long ago.

Surrounded by enemies upon all sides, the Emperor looks into classical inspiration in a desperate means to save his people and the legacy of the Romans from being extinguished forever. Faced with no other option, the last vestiges of the Romans would abandon the old world, venturing into the unknown as they were set to alter the course of history forever...

Aims of the game:
  • Survive in the New World and establish the Elysian Empire
  • Become the undisputed hegemon in the New World and beyond
  • To become the #1 Great Power by the end of the AAR
  • Have the world's most powerful navy or army. Or both.
  • Liberate the Motherland from the Ottoman Empire!

Rules/House Rules:

1: As a story-centric AAR writer, Ironman will not be used

2: I will sometimes alter the map to clean up borders, give myself a challenge, make things ‘natural’

3: When a vote is conducted, the period of voting will last for five days. Upon voting, the highest voted decision will become added into the story. There would be no revotes, and the decision made will have a big impact on the future events of the story.

Mods used: [WIP]

Minor Interactivity approved by Mr.C on 21st July, 2020
Disclaimer: All non-game photos used belong to Wikipedia Commons, with portraits belonging to the Public Domain.
 

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Prologue: The Last Bastion (330-1444)

For over a thousand years, Constantinople had held a legendary reputation. She was known to be the Queen of Cities, intentionally built to rival Rome in her greatness. Her strategic location as a gateway between two continents and two seas would lead to an astonishingly high amount of wealth and prosperity between all who traveled to the city. It would be this imperial legacy and her significance, both economic and politically, that would lead her to inherit the mantle of the Romans.


Mosaic of Constantine the Great, the namesake of Constantinople and a deeply revered Roman Emperor, at Hagia Sophia

Constantinople would be the center of the Eastern Roman Empire, the prestigious capital that would carry the light of Rome when the ancient capital would be snuffed out. Carrying the light of the Romans would not prove easy, as despite attempts to reconquer the West and Eastern territories on several occasions, the success of the Empire was not to last. New enemies, one after another, would replace one another while some continued to persist and haunt the Empire. Her legendary walls and great soldiers ensured the city's survival even in the darkest of times, but now, it would become increasingly clear that the next conquerors would not be so lenient.

Despite this setback, Constantinople would continue to exist as a metropolis between two different worlds in the East and West, and was frequently the largest city in the world within any given period of time. A declining empire would be restored, perhaps briefly, recover what had been lost. The Empire would become fabulously wealthy again, but her way of life would be shattered as the Turks would take the beating heart of the Empire, Anatolia, away from them. Many years of back and forth conflict between the Turks and Greeks occurred between the almost mockingly named Sultanate of Rum..

By the time that the vicious cycle of imperial history was followed, from prosperous and troubled times before cycling back again, a much more devastating blow would be struck into the heart of Constantinople as Latin Crusaders sacked the Imperial Capital in 1204, almost destroying the empire outright as the Empire no longer had the means to defend herself. The Latins took the city and would hold it for decades after shattering the former Eastern Empire into several rump states and declaring their own Latin Empire, a mockery of the defeated realm they had conquered. Fortune would come to smile upon the Empire, as the Latins were never able to maintain their new state. Constantinople was retaken by the forces of the Nicaean emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos in 1261 from it’s last Latin ruler, Baldwin II. The Empire would soon be restored shortly after it was captured, although she was never to regain her former strength and splendor.

From the very start, the new dynasty had its hands full the moment they became rulers, and the nation had lost much of the resources it needed to defend itself and go upon the offensive to reclaim them. The Turks would often attack and raid Imperial territory with zeal, often hitting the Empire hard. To add to their troubles, the Palaiologos were forced to fight among other opportunist Christian states that were more than happy to prey upon the declining state. The loss of land in the east and in the west was then followed by two devastating civil wars over control of the Imperial throne, and then pandemic and chaos during the great pestilence of the Black Death.

The Empire constantly stood on the brink of destruction,and by the end of the 14th century, the internal and external strife had led the Empire to only consist of Constantinople itself and a few other isolated exclaves. The legacy of the Romans would be hanging on by a thread, with any gains and diplomatic success that the Emperors had tried until that point having only ended in vain.

John VIII, Emperor of the Romans, was still hopeful that he was able to return the dying fortunes of the Empire in his reign, but his efforts were in vain. In the early months of 1444, The Emperor, who had so strongly done his best to preserve the Empire, started to isolate himself with the Imperial Library. He refused to share the same fate like his predecessors had once shared and looked to delve into ancient inspiration as a means to escape the future that haunted him. This would begin to transform into an obsession, with many advisors and royal guests starting to question the sanity of the sovereign. However, his determination to save his empire would become what would ultimately save the light of the Romans.

He was going to save his people, even if it killed him...


Sketches of John VIII during his visit at the failed Council of Florence in 1438, by Pisanello.

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Authors Note: Hello everyone! I'm doing another Third Odyssey AAR! Originally, the reasoning behind this idea as that i had originally envisioned to create this as a full interactive AAR that incorporated many roleplay and world-building elements. This was to be conducted upon a Discord that I would have made and administrated, but unfortunately, that idea would be diminished due to the reality of my life. I'm a fairly busy person when not writing, meaning that had I gone with the fully interactive project idea, it would have ultimately ended in failure. :(

However, I've decided to establish this as a Semi-Interactive AAR! Unlike my previous TO AAR, there will be much more roleplay elements rather than narrative ones. All major choices will be decided upon by the you! You will decide the fate of the exiled in due time, as preparations are set to be undertaken to abandon the Old World. There is many choices to consider, all of whom carry a tremendous weight, so vote wisely. :)
 
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Chapter 1: The Final Checklist (1444)

Discovered in the weeks prior up to the Flight of the Romans, the discovery of information within the Imperial Library would come to be left behind and forgotten about during the reign of the exalted former emperor, Alexios Komnenos. The cache contained detailed schematics of dromons retrofitted with the deep-sea capabilities of the Ancient Roman vessels that sailed beyond the Pillars of Hercules and trailed along the treacherous seas between the coasts of Hispania and the lands of the Celts. During the reign of Alexios I, a trading expedition to the distant territories of Vinland would be planned but would never materialize, and as such the information would be placed upon the depths of the library and subsequently forgotten for the next four centuries.

Ioannes VIII would come to look upon this information as a pivotal piece of information that would be vital for the Emperor’s grander scheme. Europe had become a lost cause, and with the ever-present threat of destruction from all sides, no help or no salvation would be planned. Ioannes VIII and his brother Constantine would together develop a scheme with a plan to hastily retrofit the remnants of the Imperial Navy to the designs, reinforced with modern construction and shipbuilding techniques, and flee west from the continent in a new Odyssey, just as Aeneas fled Troy over three millennium ago.

With all preparations being made to abandon Constantinople and Europe, a great sense of panic would begin to grip the Queen of Cities. Every effort would be made to build and modernise the last remnants of the Imperial Fleet with the designs, which led the state to exist in an uneasy period. Protests would be made over the decision, the sacrifice of the military budget would see the morale of armies virtually dwindle for nothing, and the isolationist policies would lead the empire to almost completely block itself out from the outside world. Distant subjects or those who still held fealty to Constantinople would almost cease to exist, with Athens abandoning her loyalty to the Palaioogous. No longer able to focus upon his duties as Emperor, Ioannes VIII would focus all of his time and energy upon leading a building fleet.


With preparations well under way in a matter of weeks, the emperor would be approached by those who believed in his cause. Georgios Sphrantzes, protovestiarites to Ioannes VIII and a close attendant to their father Manuel II, would argue that the Empire should have all of the information from within the Imperial Library, which had made the Eastern Empire respected in ages past. Books and scrolls, including the manuscripts detailing the construction process of the ocean-worthy vessels, were recommended to be placed into a library and put upon the fleet.

In the days to follow, a skilled German engineer would arrive within the Imperial Court and offer his services. Johannes Grandt, an Austrian engineer, would be able to recreate Greek Fire on a limited scale based upon the knowledge stored in a hidden cache from the imperial library, and also requested space on the fleet to be allotted to store the substance and the ingredients used to make it. Both men would endeavor to ensure that their respective items were to be included upon the fleet, which would cost precious space, but might be worth it.


Theophilos Palaiologos, cousin to the Emperor and second in line to the throne after Konstantinos, would request the huge silk reserves of the Roman Empire, and the resources needed to produce it, were to be collected and placed upon the fleet. Silk, long having been a luxury item, would be made as a fine luxury good that would help contribute to the imperial economy. This would also cost precious space, should the empire take it, as the fleet would need all of the people and supplies that it could get their hands upon. Theophilos requested that, should the exotic silk not be taken along, all of its production methods should be completely destroyed to prevent the Ottoman Sultanate from discovering the secrets of Roman silk.

With preparations being made for the westbound fleet, the final question was retained to the holdings outside of Constantinople. It seemed destined that Constantinople was to fall to the Turks, but the Empire’s remaining holdings in Greece could be spared such a grim fate. Three options would appear befallen to the two royal brothers. The Serene Republic of Venice and the Republic of Genoa both desired to extend their reach into the Eastern Mediterranean and build their own respective empires. Both these nations have promised to help contribute to the fleet as repayment should the Despotate of the Morea be sold to one of them, while a third option would be made that would simply grant them independence under the leadership of the emperor’s brother, Theodoros.



As weeks continued to go by, a pair of Venetian captains would venture to Constantinople while Venice would express its interest by approaching the emperor and his advisors, stating that to cross the great western ocean, the Romans would require more than just a fleet of small ships. One of these merchant-captains, Delfino Delfin, would approach Ioannes VIII in using his family connections and a portion of the dwindling Roman treasury to acquire a portion of the Arsenal of Venice for the fleet. With the economy dwindling, such a prize would drastically reduce the fleets ability to purchase food and supplies, but would give a considerable advantage in any battles to come.

Finally, the week prior to setting sail, two significant figures would appear before the Imperial Court. An Ottoman prince, born in Constantinople after his grandfather's defeat in a failed attempt at the Turkish throne, had heard of the Roman’s attempt to set sail to Vinland. This man, Orhan Celebi, never returned to the Ottoman Sultanate on the threat of execution for his grandfather's crimes. Fearing a punishment at the hands of his cousin, the ruling Mehmed, he requested a ship be allocated to him and his regiment of retainers in exchange to train the Roman army in the tactics of the feared Janissary corps, while offering his service to the Romans.

In addition, a former Ottoman officer named Gjerj Kastrioti has rebelled from Turkish service and came to Constantinople to seek support. Known as Skanderbeg, the Albanian would learn of the impending flight and requests that some of his people be allowed on board, also offering his service to the Romans.

Unfortunately, there is only enough room left on the transports for only one of the group to embark upon. Skanderbeg or Orhan would be left to stay behind in Constantinople to make a final stand, with both men promising to share their plans with the enemies of the nation.

Shortly after Christmas of 1444, the preparations would be made and the Empire would go through all of the plans and options available to the Empire. Decisions would need to be made to finalize how much of the limited space would be left to devote to non-essentials. Supply would be crucial upon the fleet, as with every non-essential that was to come with the fleet, it would reduce the amount of supplies and people the ships could carry. The Emperor was left with a difficult decision, with his choices bound to have crucial importance...

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We are here in the first half of the preparations for the Odyssey! Here is the first vote for this semi-interactive AAR, the direction for which future expansion could commence. You, the readers, get to decide! What happens next is entirely up to you! Voting will continue until Saturday July 25th 2020 at 8pm ACST (10:30am UTC). The vote with the highest amount of votes will become the canonical path for what happens next!

Vote for the fate of Rome here!
 
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I dont know anything about the mod you are using...did those events all pop at once?

Also, with the last question are we choosing one item or multiple items?
 
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No, they fire one after the other, in what we call the Flight sequence.

You can choose as many or as few as you like, but each choice reduces the space available for supplies for the journey.
 

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  • Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods
  • Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India
  • Crusader Kings II: The Republic
  • Crusader Kings II: Sunset Invasion
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  • Europa Universalis IV: Art of War
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  • Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
  • Tyranny: Archon Edition
  • Tyranny: Archon Edition
  • Stellaris: Apocalypse
  • Hearts of Iron IV: Together for Victory
  • Crusader Kings II: Monks and Mystics
  • Europa Universalis IV: Dharma
  • Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn
  • Tyranny - Tales from the Tiers
  • Tyranny - Bastards Wound
  • Crusader Kings II: Jade Dragon
  • Hearts of Iron IV: Expansion Pass
  • Crusader Kings II: Reapers Due
  • Hearts of Iron IV: Colonel
  • Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet
  • Hearts of Iron IV Sign-up
  • Stellaris
  • Crusader Kings II: Conclave
  • Crusader Kings II: Horse Lords
  • Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense
  • Crusader Kings II: Way of Life
  • Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado
  • Cities: Skylines
  • Victoria 2
I have no idea what's going on, but I like it! Is Third Odyssey the name of the mod?
Yes! Third Odyssey: Back to the Motherland is the name of the mod used.