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.
Europe is split between the Horde, Xenoi, the Imperium, and the allies of the above like Poland and Lithuania. The ARE no allies to be had unless we carve the out of our enemy's flesh (like Aragon, perhaps we should get Castile and Portugal in a similar arrangement...). We need to remove at least two of the big four from the equation (Pisa, Xenoi, Horde, Timurids). I believe that the Horde and Pisa are the softer of the two. Pisa has lost Xenoi favor and the Horde may be back in a big way, but they lost land to Poland and I believe that their western provinces have most of the base tax, so taking their rich lands will ensure that they are forever broken.Finding allies in Europe will help our cause.
Why do you have so little faith?Keep in mind that the rest of the century will probably have to be used to stabilise the Imperium internally and reconquer the rebelling provinces that will declare independence. Attacking any of our main rivals will have to wait for several decades at least, unless an extremely good opportunity presents itself and our other flanks are secure.
I think his goal with ISF mod was to be updated to the latest patch. Currently it must be Art of War.I don't know which patch Czokletmuss is using,
1.11.4 I believeThat's all good guys but first we have to not be destroyed by heretics and separatists.
Taking what the Timurids have stolen should be the primary goal. Not crushing them, since every time a war lasts too long someone else keep coming at us. The Horde's territories are kind of pointless since they are poor and of wrong culture/religion. Really I don't know what I would do but I'm confident in Czoklet's abilities. he has shown countless times that he was quite good at the game so there is that. (without his home rules and maluses the Imperium would be on the verge to World Conquest by that time )
I think his goal with ISF mod was to be updated to the latest patch. Currently it must be Art of War.
Oi, haven't you gotten the memo? Its about the Navy and innovation now!But of course the Blues will probably still be advocating trade and exploration next session to seek out more horrors and powerful enemies for the Imperium to fight (while also working hard to bankrupt the Imperium again)
Thanks for sharing.OK, small update - the incoming chapter continued to grow so I had to split it in two. Because of this I must refurbish the first part; it is possible that I'll end it and release it today (Warsaw time) but if I won't make it, I'll release it tomorrow.
The Banquet starts on Monday/Tuesday and shall last until Saturday/Sunday.
I really wish I had more time for writing but one has to make do with what available time he has. Considering how slowly things are progressing it is very possible that I'll have to suspend the AAR at some point in order to prepare the transition to 1.15. Right now it seems that working both on the mod and AAR leads nowhere - spending time on mod leaves too little time for releasing AAR chapters as per the schedule and writing can take so much time sometimes that there is none left for the mod (this weekend for instance I spent 0 minutes on the mod). It can't go on like this if the mod is ever going to be released and this AAR reach the end of EU4 - and that's even without considering my other obligations which started to pile-up recently.
Just letting you know.