- Dec 7, 2012
And than Poland makes peace for War Reperations...
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.
And that's so hard to explain in story too. "The deaths of thousands were all worth it! Our enemy has to give us some money." It's part of the reason why I'm weary of playing Ironman; if the AI is being too dumb, I can switch over to them and make them do the right action.Argh, don't even get me started, I hate it when AI starts huge war in which hundreds of thousands perish and then settles for 23 ducats or something. It happens almost every playthrough, no matter who am I playing. Byzantium, Ireland, Castille, Ethiopia, Timurids, Aztecs, Holland, Venice - sooner or later this is bound to happen because your ally is an idiot.
I'm confused how the White demes even had anything to do with that... Shouldn't it go to the Reds? Exercitus?Glorious! The mighty inquisition of the white demes and the Imperium managed to bring all the treacherous Nahua rebels out into the light to purify the Iberian lands!
For now. The Senate works much like a real government body; whichever party/faction is in control won't stay there forever. Keeps things interesting for us. Every Deme will experience being the weakest and the strongest over this narrative, and we'll see them evolve over time into V2.Well, the White Demes is the dominant faction now, so there's that
Heres...! Oh, wait.For now. The Senate works much like a real government body; whichever party/faction is in control won't stay there forever. Keeps things interesting for us. Every Deme will experience being the weakest and the strongest over this narrative, and we'll see them evolve over time into V2.
Same with the Imperium and other nations. We all see that the Horde probably won't be much of a threat in a few decades, and our allies have changed too. Just look at the HRE incident (which knowing this world, will probably get a more historical name attached to it). In a few centuries, the Xenoi may have become a democracy and the Imperium might embrace Communism (no screaming heresy at me, we're not in character right now). It's all very fun to think about, at least to me.
HUMBLE?!? I'd hardly call the whites... or for that matter, ANY demes, humble. You guys are probably more patriotic for your demes than you are for the Imperium! *Which is vile heresy if you ask me*Worry not, my friend. With the greedy merchants managing to get themselves killed and the reds acting as bizarre as ever we didn't really have any competition to speak of. May the Imperium prosper under the glorious leadership of the Angeloi and a white controlled senate as its humble servant!