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.
Good pointdon't worry about the KM or the LW, they are coming
Norway and my own coast are certainly the weak links. It's why I hope the Germans have managed to wreck the Kriegsmarine against the Brits (and French) so I can stop landings with my own fleet.Nice update! I guess the Germans are a bit busy with the Low Countries and France at the moment so you've probably got some breathing space before they make a serious move. They might yet out-flank you by landing in Norway but for now your defence looks nice and solid.
Maybe, maybe not. I might have ended up in the Axis, but Germany gave up influencing me about halfway down the pyramid and the Brits picked up the slack.Wouldn't it have been more of a challenge to join the Axis instead?
Here's hoping the Nazi's don't play Russian and drown me in menNice job killing them darn tootin Nazis!
It'll really depend on how the West goes. If they pull enough troops off to face me, the French (and Brits) might be able to make a defensible line in Belgium/North France.A good first engagement, it will be interesting to see how the German AI reacts with another front to fight on.
...how did I overlook that? Good catch, I'll make sure to fix that when I get the time to play again.Shouldn't that AAA brigade be part of one of the garrisons, strengthening both?
They'd have a hard time accepting a democracy into their lines anywayMaybe, maybe not. I might have ended up in the Axis, but Germany gave up influencing me about halfway down the pyramid and the Brits picked up the slack.
There's still a chance the Germans will make it to Malmö. And that is where the fun begins...The fact that you joined the war suggests me that the war will go very badly for the Germans. They will divert too much forces your way, and France might last longer than usual.
You're disregarding the context.@Ikarases
you wrote "They'd have a hard time accepting a democracy into their lines anyway".
Adolf accepted Finland no sweat, even though the Finns outlawed Fascist parties in 1938 IIRC. A practical man, to be sure.
Hi,You're disregarding the context.
Finland wouldn't have allied with Germany if Soviets didn't take Karelian Isthmus (along with some more land to the north) from them two years back. Mind you Finland played it well, turned against Germany and signed peace with Soviets later on, otherwise we would have had some Finnish SSR for quite a long time!
Sweden, on the other hand, had no reason to join anyone, as they were surrounded by their Scandinavian friends and didn't have any terriorial disputes. On top of that, they've been neutral in the WWI as well
Warriors of the North said:Chapter 5.2: Defenders of Malmö