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 suggest you clean some states within your boundaries...
Surely they meant Miscommunication? Anyone who declares war on Transylvania clearly does not understand the foolishness of his actions.
I like that map, although I was momentarily confused by Georgian vs. Sea blue.
Great update. Now that you have all those Persian lands I foresee Transylvania getting pulled more and more into Asia.
Austria must be mega bored.... Get them some entertainment...
If you win this war, Austria won't live much longer. They have lots of enemies that will want to pounce on them.
Nice that the Transylvanian Empire has reached a tendril towards India. Now for Central Europe
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Nice job, dude! So any Austrian allies you can DoW immediately for the second in a 1-2 punch?
Only now you are acknowledged as a new Great Power?
Seems like the bar is really rather high!
Slavs? The Magyar-Saxon-Szekely Lithuanian-ruled Transylvania in a land of Romanians, Turks, Bulgars and Rusyns?
I guess Slavs it is.
Wow, those are some huge gains! I"m surprised you could ask that much without going over the 100% limit. And yes, to echo RGB, the bar is set very high apparently. I'd say most of those that are Great Powers are now outshone by the Supreme Power Transylvania.
Superb, both you and Lithuania walked away with alot. Now to India!
Well done! Austria has been all but eliminated as a threat.
Just call yourself Transylvanian!
You could mod that as a culture into the game.
This is alternative history, so why not new cultures?
You have a Transylvanian identity, not Hungarian nor Slavic.
Yes, please create a Transylvanian culture, something closer to "Burgundian" rather than French/Dutch, if you catch my drift. Having "Slavs" as the dominant people of Transylvania simply won't fit the otherwise pretty interesting story. Plus, as far as I remember not one of the generals ever had a Slavic name (most being Hungarian-ish). Although you do have a Romanian sounding one in the update. (Lancu Sasul - which looks like a tiny mistranslation of John the Saxon/Iancu Sasul)
I don't quite understand what you mean by 'Burgundian rather than French/Dutch'. Do you mean have it be another minor culture in an existing culture group?
WHAT! Gone for 2 days and theres already an update! What's going to happen when I go on vacation later this week!
What I'm trying to say is that, perhaps given enough time and provided that certain conditions would've been met, the Burgundian state might have been able to produce a franco-dutch culture or "Burgundian" culture. Or at least the "French" parts of Burgundy would've split from the main group.
(ahem) those pictures look like 19th centry warfare not 16th centry
Oh, and if anyone knows if there's a guide somewhere kicking around for adding new cultures into a game that would be great, as I've looked and can't seem to find anything (and the last thing I want to do is poke around inside my game files in case I screw something up).