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.
Ominous foreshadowing at the end there. I have a feeling that what ever comes out of Africa, It’s not gonna be pretty.
When does anything good ever happen to Africa? Really?Oh boy, growing attention in Africa? Nothing bad follows that, I'm sure.
I'm sure defying the Americans will have no consequences for Texas at all....I guess we have our Pinochet then...
Indeed, Though there are many Flashpoints and only so many places to Influence. The Americans dont have a very spread web of Influence and thus can choose thier battles more easily, While The KR has the exact opposite problem, having fires it needs to out put, Everywhere, while the SBU and Japan can afford to be more focused on their Home regions.So Russia gets the Korean treatment eh? Things won't bode well in that sector especially if border friction is involved. Looks like the fifties will be like OTL, a series of wars backed by nations. This Cold War is a lot more interesting given more than two factions are involved.
Scandinavia is a Great Power after all, she has just not been able to swiftly recover due to her crippling manpower issues. The fall of Bohemia and now Weakness of Britain is enabling her to reclaim her place in the Sun, but we'll see how it plays out.Russia sure is a mess. Scandinavia stronk, though! Slowly increasing in importance and power.
Indeed, And thank you all for your Patience. I must admit the Cold war Stuff is very fun to write, But it can be harder to get the Inspiration going as I have less to work with.Patience grasshopper. RL can make AARs come into hiatuses. The story will surely come back when it's ready.
Depends on your definition of 'Democracy' and I suppose 'Brutal'Kind of an oxymoron, don't you think?
Oh, you sweet summer child...Yeah, Africa can't catch a break from colonist powers at all. Let's hope the Great Powers have a less destructive and more constructive competition in space.
Colonies are always worth keeping in the eyes of those who matter, anything to prevent the spread of insidious Communism.Good to see this back! Seems the colonies are getting more and more expensive to keep. How long will they remain worth keeping in the eyes of the public, I wonder?
The race is on as to who can conquer the stars first! It's gonna be interesting to see which nation will have the honor of being the first to land on the Moon. Me being a dark horse sort of fan am betting on the Japanese.
Colonial affairs sure are getting more tense. Especially in Africa and the Middle East. Dire times as the 60s fast approach.
Africa just needs to be saved from itself, They'll thank us later.. Surely.Africa's ongoing status of Europe's plaything isn't too surprising, but it is becoming harder to maintain. We'll see what if any Khitan holds onto in the long run. More optimistically, SPACE RACE!
Good to have you, got more to come before we finally get off this rock and get into Stellaris!I've finally caught up with this megacampaign! And as of now, I'm liking what I'm seeing. May Cathay prosper!