WTWSMS - Second-in-Command
- Jul 30, 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.
Yeah, Steppes, Africa, and Steppes and Russia need to be done. I don't plan to do much with Britain, because thenSaxons have almost completely conquered it, and I already have comprehensive name changes for the duchies.
Yeah, but the decision currently is acting oddly.
I liked Up too.
So, if I become a contributor I can play? What could I contribute with?
You can contribute by ideas, modding events or general feedback. The beta is not available for anyone yet, so it will not help you much. I too, think that it is better to have a (relatively) feature complete mod (it is kind of a major overhaul) that is working, than a alpha version open for everyone at day one.
Alright, so I was roaming around looking around the map to see if we had missed anything and I actually found something. Now we definetly need to reorganize North Africa since:
The Laguantan were never that far to the west, they should only own Syrte and Senoussi. Leptis Magna and Tripolitania should be under the control of the Austoriani, another African tribe
And correct if Im wrong, but shouldn´t Illyrian be the culture that inhabits the northwest corner of the ERE, not Gothic?
Are the new pagan religions like the bosporian only playable with the old gods dlc?
Hypistarian is a new religion, part of the Bosporan Religious Group. The Old Gods will be necessary for new religions like Bolghar Paganism, Germanic, Illyrian, Semitic, East African and Georgian.