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- Oct 17, 2007
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.
So, I like the map, I like the cameos, and I like the name Domotor with three umlauts.
Which means that by the time you resume writing I will hopefully catch up.
defeat in victory "sigh" that is war
And so another champion falls
that's a shame. But he did not die in vain! TO VICTORY!
The Empire will not forget it's greatest hero's.
No. You do the Transylvanian jig.
EDIT: I've read up to the point where Istvan of Koloszvar is crowned as the second monarch of house Durazzo. Sneaky man, that, what suggesting suicide by enemy footman to the disgraced king.
I've really liked the graphics work with the letters and exeprts, and the clean and straightforward quality of some of the early maps. Will continue on until I'm caught up, I guess.
Good news, Captain!
Reading progress - up until the point where Mihaly does in the nobles and raises up a service aristocracy. It's like Vlad, Elizabeth and Ivan had a brainstorm about an ideal ruler and came up with Mihaly.
Your Lithuania must be nothing like IRL Lithuania of the time, to produce such a king
EDIT: I really like your picture-selecting ability, too. I'm glad to say I have seen very few of those prior to this AAR.
until Somebody teaches them a lesson
So I finished catching up.
Blooded Bastards of Banat sounds like a Warhammer Regiment of Renown.
Alexander Stalin's Tatar Space Marines, however, sounds like an ironically-named Metal band.
YOU'VE CONQUERED EVERYTHING! And even got into a World War!
I also liked Nevsky's guys as the Golden Horde, and the Teutonic Order as Bohemians.
Finally, dinofs died as he lived - angry!
And now I can join the rest of them waiting for an update.
The Battling Bastards of Banat sounds like the Grey Knights in Warhammer 40K
The First World War in 1577 and Industrialization?! That's quite the exaggeration ;p. Nevertheless, I love your ability to zoom out and take-in a sweeping style of narration as well as get down to the level of common soldiers and feats on the battlefield. Great writing!