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.
I actually thought I was posting in the mod page because I didn't read well enough and someone replied to me about Orwellian literature and I figured it must be the mod page by default. My bad, sorry guys.Good news, everyone!
The lock was lifted and the thread is now open again. I hope we all have learned a valuable lesson, so please do not post OT again.
I think it's partly my fault as well, as I was the one responding with Orwellian literature and let it get out of control again. Sorry.So are the new characters go to be accepted / denied soon?
I actually thought I was posting in the mod page because I didn't read well enough and someone replied to me about Orwellian literature and I figured it must be the mod page by default. My bad, sorry guys.
Well, as long as we stay on topic this time I'm sure it's fine.I think it's partly my fault as well, as I was the one responding with Orwellian literature and let it get out of control again. Sorry.
Yeah, I agree, we probably should stay on topic from now on.
That being said, will there be a regular update and/or dev diary accompanying this exploration update? I'm quite interested in what modifications/enhancements were made for Ming (and Ryukyu).
I think we should save such debates for the Senate... But I do agree... If I get into the senate this session, my first action will be to call for an attack on the Xenoi using the legions to retake Gaul and Iberia and use the navy to block off their support from the west. I'd say it's a win-win situation for us Romans, the Reds get use of the legions, the Blues get use of the navy, and the Whites get religious cleansing of Europe. The only person losing is the Xenoi, and if the Xenoi are losing the Romans are winning, that's a 'hurrah' if I've ever seen one.I am glad this is finally unlocked. I would have to agree that if we were to strike at the Xenoi invaders, now would be the time. When the revolt was occurring there were probably also successive revolts against Aztec rule on the mainland that severely weakened them, which probably allowed for the other nations to rise Phoenix like from the ashes.
I firmly believe that any enemy of Rome should be crushed and destroyed along with any allies that nation has.How will we deal with AI Europeans who are allied with Native Americans which are not Xenoi (ex. Scottish-Mayan alliance)? Also, how should we deal with the other non-Xenoi Native American nations in general? I got a bit scared by the size of the Iroqouis fleet and its proximity to Spain. If that fleet is carrying troops and has aggressive intentions...(shudder).
Perhaps I'm blind, but I don't believe we have yet to see the Japanese Empire? We have five competing empires, Rome, Xenoi, Japan, China, and Germans. I hope to see the others so we know what our potential enemies look like. But I bet Japan looks like vanilla Japan...Well, the Bahamanis seem like the real power in India, and I'm glad to see that the Timurids haven't expanded too much there. Jaunpur and Bahamanis seem like strong walls against them. Also, Mali seems to have expanded quite a lot in Africa, and South Eastern Asia seems to be full of blobs.
This is interesting
Yup By "soon" I mean "after the next chapter is released", because you have to be able to take recent events into account while creating them.So are the new characters go to be accepted / denied soon?
Wasn't Japan part of Zhongguo on the Alakeshvara Map?