- Jan 21, 2014
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 I didn't expect that oneGouzout a rit ma-ma breurs el Brezhoneg Bagad diskar-amzer evit Damez Keoded Kêr-benn Roma?
( Do you know if my brothers in the Breton Band fell for the Queen City, the capital of Rome?)
Enya täsfa endäzih Roma fäqad fäläqäqä enyan käzih ahun yan häzab Färäs-getah dänb Gebetse! Aorit Angeloi AmäkänäPoor Ethiopians who are now separated from the Imperium
You never know with me.Well I didn't expect that one
They should have kept fighting! The fate of the world is at stake!Pisans and Germans, along with the swiss that live with them sold out Aegyptus, I can see why the aztecs haven't invaded and carved out their hearts, for it's clear they have none. The other mercenaries at least respected the empire enough to plant their weapons in the ground when they could not be compensated.
They should have, but they are auxilia, we knew if they weren't paid they would desert, for they are narrow-minded and shortsighted. This does not absolve them form abandoning Aegyptus, but it does place them on a lower priority than much of what goes on in the Imperium. They did not take an active role in the fall of Aegyptus, and the Khagan's new addition to the pyramids of Giza, capped with the head of the former patriarch of Alexandria, fallen not to betrayal from the aristoi, nor from direct assault of the mongols, for they were on the defensive before the treasury was exhausted, but to Pisan and German greed, who sought to take more from the Romanoi than their agreed-upon pay, and now those Latin scum prosper while Aegyptus burns, Abyssinia awaits its doom, and the imperium starves from the lack of grain from both provinces, and Christendom itself is at its most vulnerable.They should have kept fighting! The fate of the world is at stake!