- Apr 12, 2012
Family betrayal at the most crucial moment .......
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.
Well, Saint Markos did mend the Schism, you know And thank you, I don't watch "House of Cards" but I've heard it's good.Oh my god! It is better than a house of cards episode!
So betrayal, everywhere betrayal... The soaked-in-blood emperor will turn his eyes to the crumbling empire ?
A question. How comes that danish were orthodox ?
Porphyrogenneta Xene is 14 years old, so it's not really her fault. Everything will be explained in the next chapterBlasted Xena! The Empire faces barbarians strong as never before, and she and the nobles scheme...*shame*
The Empire is going down but it's will do its best to take everyone with it.This may be madness, but entertaining madness to be sure!
Blasphemy! The Empress was without a sin as a God's regent of this world. Bureau of Barbarians will take care of you, heretic scum!What a sad end for this
cruel wickedglorious empress...
That's the worst thing brought with new revolt mechanics. If you have gigantic blob, you WILL have tens of religious revolts, uprising and liberations - and all of them give your vassals +75 (defending against infidel). Which means the Horde and Aztec being in permanent state of war have this sweet +75 almost constantly, thus making this giant blobs virtually indestructible. I understand Paradox intentions but it doesn't work - they are simply to big to fall.That Ilkhanate.
Yes, another doomed province to send its sons to slaughter in a desparate fight against barbarians And thanks - I still don't know whether I will survive until the end of campaign. All it takes is one successful revolt and without me leading the Empire it'll surely fall apart...One good thing: you finally get Aragon, didn't you ? :laugh:
Good luck with that, it's going to be difficult times for the Empire !
Hi there, I hope you'll enjoy the storySubbed!
Thanks - I hope I didn't affect your productivity at work too muchMy god, that was a monstrous update! And not just in the events that unfolded, but also the sheer size of the update. Took me a fair bit of my work day to read it all...
What a tragic life for Empress Martha. Death and destruction all around her, a civil war, death of her family, and in the end, she welcomed the same death that she had visited upon so many others (I was reading about the civil war and was just thinking: "I wonder if he has considered killing Xene?" when lo and behold, little Xene choked to death on her own blood. Gruesome. But nice. And blaming the Doukoi for it was a particularly nice flourish).
Luis, the Castillian Emperor (so much for the Greeks...) has his work cut out for him. Do you get a penalty for the fact that his culture is not Greek? Probably the last thing you need right now: more upset nobles, while the vultures are circling.