- Nov 8, 2007
I may of missed this, but has there been a update showing the Imperial residence? Recently I find myself facinated with both real and fictional palaces:rofl:
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.
There was this one from the chapter 'Guardians of the Citadel' that shows the Royal Palace and the Citadel of Tarten:I may of missed this, but has there been a update showing the Imperial residence? Recently I find myself facinated with both real and fictional palaces:rofl:
Budget cuts. No time for defense lads! Onwards to Vienna!
Budject cuts ??? So now your telling that instead of Expencive cakes u eat karelian pies ???
[Ps. their good]
haha....I automatically just thought of it as a bold gesture of their superiority. They're thinking to themselves...
"We're Transylvanians, we don't need no stinkin' walls! They're for the Austrians, French and English pansies to waste resources over. We just like the way palisades look. You get a much better view of the palace without a wall blocking its exceptional stained glass windows."
At least that's how it all played in my mind....
cheap cheap cheap
You know it was probably on the to do list but kept getting bumped by other higher priority items in the capital budget,
like big, new thrones and redecorating to keep up with the many varied conquests of TRANSYLVANIA!
It's obvious, Transylvania is the country version of Tim Taylor.
I just finished reading through this AAR. I followed it for a while earlier but stopped and now I wish I had not. I have to say it is excellent. I like the story you told. I absolutely loved the description of the battle where the 1st Banat got there nickname. By the way, what happened to the "Battered Bastards", they kind of disappeared after that glorious engagement in the First World War. That battle where Levi Dinoffs died was my favorite part of the whole AAR and I must say I think it would have been better if you had had him live. I like the overall style of the AAR and it has inspired me to give Transylvania a try. You get into some epic wars, i.e. the WAY to early World War I and the Second Austrian Excommunication War. I hope you can some how bring down Scandinavia. That monster really has gotten to big for his breeches. I hope the Transylvanian Civil War will be suitably epic and I hope that other nations do not take advantage of it to bring the nation down.
Excellent. The Army de Mihaly may win this war yet.
Very well written narrative and story! I can almost feel myself there in the rain and battle at the bridge. Exceptional.
There are no other armies left fighting in Pannonia?
Two armies ordered to charge into the enemy army through one bridge=
But I like it.
I feel so honoured that Larissa plays such an important part in your story.
Ironic that a Croat saves the day while the entirety of Croatia supports the Usuper.
Anyways, DOWN WITH GABOR!