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.
Yes, they can.So, correct me if I am wrong, but until now Aztecs were using a very quickly tribal invasion CB (1 year of truth). Now that they have reformed their faith, they can start to great holy war enormous part of the map?
As if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror...O god! I can hear the sound of terror and the fall of the Empire ...
Don't be too harsh on him - he's an orphan trapped in the golden cage without a real father figure and with no friends. Plus, he's just a kid.Dear Basileus: you suck.
That kid will be the end of us all.
Things are looking dark and grim indeed.
Let's hope Leon can pull out of the tailspin that's become his life before it's over.
I must say I'm impressed by the RNG and the completely chaotic nature of this game. Even without my grimdark-ish interpretation, the current situation (I'm now more or less in what chapter 8 will be describing) is just... crazy.He's an Angelid. Such is the normal state for one of their House.
Signs are for the herd! ;-)Oh dear... Wars abroad (though successful, so far), intrigue at home. You have a ruler who is homosexual, a kinslayer, AND he's still underage. The Aztecs have followed in the Mongols' footsteps and have 'reformed' their religion... This does not look good.
In fact, I think the game (or the big G himself) is giving you a clear sign: Leon lives in sin and he has lost the relic. Clearly God's favor is not with him. King Markos must be made to rule the Empire and restore it to greatness (I mean, even his name is a dead giveaway - it's Markos, after Saint Markos! No way is he not meant for the throne). The only problem is: how can you start a plot as Leon to have himself removed from the throne, so that good king Markos can take care of things?