- Oct 30, 2009
Those never ending crisis, hopefully everything will play out good for you. The republic must survive!
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.
Indeed, but I still only got 1 NF to use....for now. Also, I'm terrible at foreshadowing events, but the war shall be closer to home than we wanted. (Hint: If you've been following the AAR from the start, you'll noticed how Spain expanded in Africa and when one looks at the war sides...hehe.)Great update!
I would assume you're going to need to really encourage more soldier pops via national focus because 50 brigades simply won't do it in the battle fields of Europe.
Aye, indeed so. My transport fleet got wiped as a result of the last war, but with better ports than before, I'm sure that I can easily raise a good fleet to send a 45,000 army to the fields of Europe.Nothing quite like turning on your former buddies. It's especially shocking here because before the war, your government was socialist, and the Germans and British are now communists. I personally only try to intervene in Great Wars when I'm sure I have enough sealift or whatnot to get troops to the major battlefields.
I really dislike when that happens. Iceland should be it's own state, so a forcibly liberated Iceland does not end up with Greenland and the Faroe Islands.They want Iceland to be freed, actually. I find it a bit odd, but then again, it's the only free-able nation that Germany can chose from Denmark.
Are you referencing what I think you're referencing?Boom, boom, boom, boom... booom, booom, boom, boom... boom, boom,boom.
Quite a lot of wars going down in the final innings