- Jun 23, 2012
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.
Eh. You'll get Kim Il Sung comfortably ensconsed in Pyongyang, and give him the whole country since the pesky AmericansWe will continue until we accomplish all of our victory conditions. I choose not to share them p), but we are much closer to the end of the game than the beginning.
It's on the pic of Germans invading Tangiers - Dönitz commands the fleet there.Dönitz? I don't recall mentioning his name in the update.
I know, but it's still funny to see a high ranking Nazi officerIt's on the pic of Germans invading Tangiers - Dönitz commands the fleet there.
((That said, Dönitz was a old prussian career officer, seeing himself not as political force, but as someone obliged to follow the orders of the guys ruling his country. If Hitler would've been a hardcore commie, Dönitz would've been a hardcore commie too.))
Even with Wellesley, if you avoid Portugal you should be OK.The French are in southern and northern China, the British in Taiwan, and the US, British and French are splitting the Phillipines.
Spain is taking forever to subjugate. Thank Stalin there is no Wellesley around to spoil our plans.
Sorry, I meant Hainan.But Taiwan isn't on that map picture...? Do you mean Borneo?
Honestly, most of the "action" (such as it is) was in the Far East, but the battles were mostly small.Even with Wellesley, if you avoid Portugal you should be OK.
Seems rather a skimpy update. Was there that little action, or is there another part to come?