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.
ColossusCrusher said:Where was the Star Wars reference?
I got the Indiana Jones rubbing of the shield reference...
canonized said:Willem saw his chance, his body lunged forward as another tremor shook the basin. His left hand grabbed the Timepiece and his right brought his blade to point at the rising German. “It's over Gehirn! I have the high ground!” Willem shouted but another tremor and an explosion muffled his cry.
“You underestimate my--” another set of explosions but this time, emanating from beneath Gehirn. A torrent of scalding steam burst upward as the German cried out in pain falling back into the pit underneath. Glass left and right cracked into a milky way of shards and the ground underneath Willem faltered. Falling to the ground, the precious round object left Willem's hands and traveled down into the fiery pit.
comagoosie said:3 hours later (little did anyone know that I had to stop half-way, internet went out)
Anyways, wow. I knew that Herr Gehirn would live. As the magma cooled when the timepiece hit it. Though Gehirn would be somewhat stuck as his body would be disintegrating, that is if he went in feet first. Though then we will have to know the density of the magma and the temperature (those things do go hand-in-hand.), as those both are critical to how far he would had fallen into the magma. The description that you gave sounded as if he had fallen from a high altitude, which would mean he would have plunged into the magma, killing him instantly or almost. Then there is the fact of how much time had lapsed between when Gehirn had landed and when the timepiece fell. I know this is technical, but I would like to see how he survived, as from where I am sitting it looks impossible.
Not much to say on the interlude, I can say I saw something like this coming.
Though the epiclogue sure had a lot to say.
Grubnessul said:You didn't answer the obsidian question
congrats on taking a chemistry class btw for this update
o My super technical comment is blown away in one sentence ocanonized said:Haha well , there is a floor down there and then another hole that leads further down so he didn't fall directly into the magma into the area where magma was rising to .
canonized said:The moving liquid was now solid rock but something even more terrible gripped him-- a sudden and immediate darkness enveloped his total vision...
Rodrigo raised his gun and shot his old friend Thomas Royce in the back of the head.
comagoosie said:o My super technical comment is blown away in one sentence o
With other words, he's not dead?canonized said:Kurt_Steiner & Capibara: haha , people rooting for Tom being finally shot hilarious XD
Griffin.Gen said:Hey canonized
I should started reading your epic AAR, now at chapter 9 (i still have about 400 pages to go )
I really love it, I hope I can actually read it all the way.
Keep up the good work.