- Jan 6, 2013
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.
Thank you, the first chapter is in the making.Thx! I hardly can wait for your AAR to begin ;-)
Yeah, the world in this save is kinda grimdark - xenos and heretics everywhere and in the best case scenario, surviving Christians will become subjects to theOh Lord... Even if the Roman Empire remains strong and beats the Mongols (and the Muslims. And possibly the Aztecs), I still think the rest of Europe is in for a whole lot of pain before it is finally brought under the benevolent rule of the Roman Emperor. And that's the best-case scenario. The worst-case scenarios are more numerous and involve even more death and destruction.
Regardless, this should be very fun to watch! Looking forward to it!
Thanks!Nice! Will be following.
I don't think either of them is strong enough to defeat Aztec hordesGod be with you, son.
Or Satan, whomever helps more!
And it will burn for a foreseeable futureHow I love to watch the world burn.
Yeah, it's kinda overwhelming - I mean I have 700+ hours on steam on CK2 and I've seen a lot of things but this is just... so much! Every part of the world is crazy and in almost every single case things have gone completely nuts. Nubia resisting Fatimids for 200 years, Godwin England, Orthodox Sweden... And yeah, it seems that it's as hopeless as W40 - the only state capable of defending itself is Byzantium and all it takes is one battle to go horribly wrong so that I lost most of the retinues and levies and the civil law and Aztec and Monogl invasions are imminent...The sheer chaos of it all :O
No matter what happens this is going to be amazing because it verges on 40k levels of doominess
In the grim darkness of the collapsing Europe, there is only war. And heretics. And xenosWestern Christendom is all but enslaved by the devil worshippers... And even the Roman Empire couldn't withstand the invasion. These are surely grim times...
More like two giant empires and once-great-but-not-so-strong-anymore empirea tale of three empires
Thank you. Well, if she won't it could be a short AARThis story is simply AMAZING! You should never lose hope ! Maythe Virgin bless us with a miracle
The problem is, between these two horders is christian Europe and Byzantium itselfMaybe, I don't know how, you can make arrangements so that aztec declares war on mongol (or on the other way) and let the two doomstack collide.
Thank you very much! Yeah, I have a feeling that it won't end well too. And what about the children of the Markos the Saint:Wow. That chapter was a long string of setbacks... Certainly not your average "Let-me-show-you-how-I-conquered-the-world" AAR. It makes for compelling reading, but I really can't see how this is going to end well for the Roman Empire...
Now, forgive me my ignorance, but did I understand correctly that you took all of your heirs out of the line of succession? Shouldn't there be one left to ensure the succession? I fear I must've missed something here.
Looking forward to more. I hope I'll be proven wrong and that the Roman Empire can see off both the Mongols and the Aztecs, but even if you can't, it'll make for great reading.