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.
:rofl:anonymous4401 said:Yes, let's finish this AAR so you can get to work on the next one! 1st place as Luang Prabang, perhaps?
I daresay, that tub has been thoroughly thumped.
Egypt and Otto must have been at war for 80% of the game.anonymous4401 said:Egypt is weird!
Ethiopia is unannexed!
Carlist Spain lives!
I looked at that but it seemed I could get my bb down to only the high 40’s.Morpheus506 said:Yay, one of my suggestions was actually used! Too bad about the loss of your 12 divisions, although it might help the Ukrainians defend themselves at some point--oh wait, the game's over. Ah well.
So, what are your plans for any future AARs, huh?
Go Navy! Brazil player’s mantra should be: “more ships, more ships, more ships.”Heretic said:Good stuff, november..
I think your point about the navy is key..
navies are important because claiming colonies is important, and they are never near to your main base..
Good move with the Ukraine;
and good luck in your next project, I am not sure if smaller countries are the way to go. Try it, but I think it is actually less fun overall
I lost a couple of times when I was *trying* to win.Cornelius said:Nice game, nice story telling!
I never imagined that with Brasil it is possible to end the game in the 1st place.
I should try it for myself and be more expansionist as you were. I only once or twice played with Brasil at the begining when I bought Vicky.
On the contrary, I liked your AAR quite a bit: I'd rank it in the top 90% of the ones that I've read.november said:I looked at that but it seemed I could get my bb down to only the high 40’s.
No plans for another AAR. In this one I thought I had something to offer, even if I lost I hoped it could be used by other Brazils players.
Writing the AAR was fun—everyone should do it. But if I was to do it again, I’d get several sessions ahead in the game and give myself time to reflect. My original conceit about creating an exciting AAR by playing-writing, playing-writing didn’t work too well.
I’ll take that as a compliment (top 90% could mean only 10% were worse)—I hope that’s what you intend.Damion said:On the contrary, I liked your AAR quite a bit: I'd rank it in the top 90% of the ones that I've read.