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.
Slightly oddball? Slightly oddball? By the time I'm done, Empire of the Bear will be the weirdest AAR in AARland, and don't you forget it, mister!I’ll nominate an AAR I’ve been having a lot of fun following over the last few weeks, which I don’t think has been nominated for any awards so far. A slightly oddball look at a post-apocalyptic California, featuring Emperor Norton myths, Silicon Valley wastelands and even a collaborative Spotify playlist – please join me in congratulating @GangsterSynod for their excellent Empire of the Bear!
Good choice. A short read now but an interesting one.
Thanks so much, folks! I'd love to do a new update to commemorate this, but Murphy's Law has just hit me repeatedly when I least expected it, so most likely nothing will be up before Wednesday at least.Congratulations!
Slightly oddball? Slightly oddball? By the time I'm done, Empire of the Bear will be the weirdest AAR in AARland, and don't you forget it, mister!
I did have Elfwine in mind when GS made the claim. You two should race each other to see whose improbably bear-themed AAR ends up the wildest.Those are incredibly bold words for any AAR section, but especially for the ckii crowd.
Lancaster probably isn't even in the top ten oddest ckii games. Might not even be the strangest of my games, lest I remind everyone of the nigh immortal emperor galahad and his wars against the Islamic world and the kingdom of Italy, in a truly unholy alliance.I did have Elfwine in mind when GS made the claim. You two should race each other to see whose improbably bear-themed AAR ends up the wildest.