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.
VILenin said:Interesting to see the method behind the madness that is Kurt Steiner.
Judas Maccabeus said:Ah, Kurty, Kurty, Kurty, just can't keep Peti in check for a simple interview, eh? Ah, well, at least he got to imagine a great source of pizzas. Who knows, maybe that's one of the Timepieces' lesser known powers?
Specialist290 said:Get sleep. Sleep is good. Sleep is refreshing. Sleep is something I need more of myself, actually, but do as I say, not as I do
Meanwhile, I've made it up to page 15... You were right about that other surprise--I certainly wasn't expecting Chopin to be the Ming emissary (and it seems I was a bit off on thinking there were occult connections to his zombies, although it was clever the way you connected it to puffer fish poison ).
The scene where Panzerkardinal burst through the wall to rescue Renault and Co. was certainly fun to visualize
Furthermore, once again I'm impressed by the way you seem to work the title theme into both aspects of a chapter in different iterations, especially w/ the "Reunion" chapter. Again, it seems like the two seem to mirror each other slightly--both Antonio and Rodrigo seem to know something that they can't disclose to the others...
Kurt_Steiner said:Perhaps Peti has discovered the Timepieces' secret... not even YOU guessed it...
Avernite said:you don't really mean to say the two timepieces are the same one, but just moved and shuffled about in time?
In a recent pizza survey in america, the #1 toppings is...wait for it...wait for it..., pepperoni. Not surprized .RGB said:I'm not a pepperoni fan at all, actually. I like my pizza with lots of mushrooms.
As they boarded the limousine, the priest was obviously in deep thought. The engine started and Duke Jimenes sat perpendicular to his friend before giving out a small sigh. “I wonder what your favourite detective would say about this, Father.”
Startled out of his contemplation, Father Francis almost laughed at the ridiculous question, “I’m sure he’d say that ‘zee little gray cells’ could not even solve this one, I’m afraid.”