- Jun 17, 2001
How wonderful it must have been to have a German Olympics not smeared by Nazi racism.
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.
Thanks pal!Looking good.
In fact I was thinking of mentioning the Skoda designs of the Pz-t, but I thought it was going into much detail!Now you might actually get superior Czech tanks in real numbers
Yes! I could not think of a better name!Loved that your alliance with Czechoslovakia is called Munich Pact .
Well, the immediate plans are to keep with the rearment (since my Army is still very reduced) and try to gain more allies, specially in Europa; this last one could prove difficult unless the mod has some events to make Hungary or Bulgaria join, since they are dictatorships and right now there is no chance of them joining the Axis, but I would not be surprised if the mod has events regarding that like the vainilla ones (for instance, the "align romania" one).So, what plans are for the future? Non-ideological war with the old Entente?
We will see! For now, I don´t think there are not enough elements in the timeline of our game that could lead Germany to one side or the other. For one side, the allies have been more or less coperative and have tolerated the rupture of the Versailles Treaty, and in the other one we have warm relations with the SU.I for one support the crusade against communism path, it'll provide some interesting stories to tell
There will be another war, that is for sure. But I find more interesting (and that was the purpose of the AAR) the years and events that will lead to that conflict. Patience is the key!At this rate there will NEVER be another world war. Harumph.
Well said!Never say Never...
Well, it was not that I added it for flavouring, but that an event box explaining the accident and giving me some dissent appeared in-game. And since it is a well-known disaster, it was one of the minor events that I added to the update. However, i must recognize I had no idea of what you explain, and it is always nice to learn new things about the WW2 era. And thanks for the active support!I object to the Hindenburg crashing! German airships were dependent on hydrogen so they could be lifted into the air, as opposed to the far safer alternative, helium. Which the U.S. had in droves. The Nazi regime wasn't on good trading terms with the U.S., so they were forced to use hydrogren. I'm guessing a democratic Germany would still have a decent trade arrangement with America, and thus more helium.
Edit: Oh, and this is an excellent AAR, btw.
Well, I don´t guarantee the independence of Ethiopia and Italy has not enough belligerance to be dowed by me, so once again we return to the same problem. But it is a good idea anyways, so let´s see what the secret services say about their belligerance...Hmm, I'd lean more towards "Is Mussolini currently doing something that's objectionable and requires military intervention? (What about the Ethiopians! Think of the Ethiopians!)"
At least that's what I always do as a Democratic Germany.
Kick Mussolini's shins for South Tirol and the freedom of Italy's colonies.
Plus you could justify it with escalating tensions in Spain when some Italian and German forces do clash after all - I don't know, but Mussolini must go.