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.
I hate to be a downer but has this vote been approved? I don't know how 'interactive' voting on a new character for the story is but I've seen AARs get locked down for soliciting votes without formal permission.-- Now, after this great expansion, it is time to choose a new chancellor. Alexander the Great wasn't really helpful, so I would like you, my humble members of Military Council to vote for your candidate (( And by that I mean on you, AAR fans )).
'Milldly Interactive' includes votes on very specific options or 'tell me what to play for my AAR' votes
Thanks!This is hilarimusitasticarious. Keep up the good work, and when in doubt, conquer someone wearing a silly hat!
Well.. not for long. Soon, there'll be just nice Ottoman borders, if you know what I meanmust say that ottoman european borders look quite neat. almost pretty.
I believe that the decisive turning point of second war with the Turks is that they were fighting deeply in Jalayirids territories, they marched all the way to nowdays Iraqi state. I had just enough time to reach Constantinople before they signed a WP with Jalayirids and marched back to Dardanelli.What do you think the difference was that switched you from barely hold a defensive line in the first war to convincingly ripping through the Balkans in the second? Was it just the new armies or were there other factors like your positioning or the Turkish armies fighting the Jalayirids? Nice work with the new first post.
:rofl:I blame the Swedish. You know, that International Committee of Unlogical Affairs from Sweden is giving us a great pain. Oh and yes, I blame the French. Everyone does.
Very nice work. Serbia is undoubtedly the Tsar of the Balkans. I suppose the big question now is what next? Do you plan to beat the Turks up until they give up Constantinople (remember, they need a tonne of cash to pay for the capital move)? Perhaps turn the Mediterranean into your own personal lake? Perhaps push up to the Baltic and make an Eastern European superstate?