- Mar 12, 2013
seems like a long day in Poland...
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 best thing? The second half of this movie is narrated by Gabriel Angelos!
No matter the roll, it is the enemy who will taste DEFF AND DEFEAT. As you know, the Imperial Army and Navy are both capable of MULTIPLE, SIMULTANENOUS AND DEVASTATING DEVENSIVE DEEP STRIKES.Imperium Romanum will be safe when that name is rolled.
...He's gonna roll as a 0/0/1 if he comes in, isn't he?
Considering that there will be fundamental changes to the way provinces work (basetax + base manpower + base trade AFAIK), I'm afraid it will completely cripple current save. I pray to Saint Markos to be spared the horror of manually changing every file for every single province in the exported save.So, it looks like we're getting a new expansion for EUIV. A lot of great new features, especially this new Parliament one might be a nice tool for the Senate!
I just hope that this one will not cripple the save file like El Dorado. :/
Considering that there will be fundamental changes to the way provinces work (basetax + base manpower + base trade AFAIK), I'm afraid it will completely cripple current save. I pray to Saint Markos to be spared the horror of manually changing every file for every single province in the exported save.
Thanks but this is a short-term solution - I want to keep "Imperium Sine Fine" up to date to make sure that the latest EU4-V2 converter will work when I want to convert to Victoria 2. Oh well, I already fixed dozens of provinces after "Art of War", so it shouldn't be that bad if it comes to this - it's time-consuming and boring but not hard.Man, that sucks. Maybe this could help?
Yup The problem is I'm not going to have much free time next week BUT I already played until 1540 A.D. and I can guarantee that the next chapter is going to be, hmm, big so to speakCeylon is a vassal, the Imperium has its first colony, and more of the Far East is revealed. Bahmanis looks like it could be a powerhouse for the Hindustan region... CzokletMuss, are we close to getting a Dev Diary unlocked for India?