- Jul 19, 2012
So is the dev diary coming today?
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.
Green and blue colors for the Britons I think would be good. The Germanics in general however:Excellent Dev diary.
Non-sequitur: can the Brythonic and Germanic nations in Britain have more distinctive colours - I.e green for Britons and orange for Germans?
This just reminded me... can we get some screenshots of the cultural setup of the world in 480? We don't want too many neighboring cultures having near identical colors (pls make Albanians crimson!)Green and blue colors for the Britons I think would be good. The Germanics in general however:
The Saxons should be Orange-brown
The Alamannians could be blueish-green-grey
The Lombards should be faint pink
The Visigoths should be greyish-green
And the rest should all be shades of grey and black (some could be Burgundian color though)
Yeah, I don´t know if you corrected this Enlil, but Gallic should not be yellow (that is the color of Romano-Gallic). All Celts should be variants of Forest Green and Romans should of course be Red. Hellenics could all be variants of Hellenic Blue/White and Byzantine Purple. Africans and Pre-Islamic Arabians could be shades of brown while the Scandinavians should have their modern colors (Norwegians=Faint Light Purple, Swedes=Deep Blue and Danes=Faint Red)This just reminded me... can we get some screenshots of the cultural setup of the world in 480? We don't want too many neighboring cultures having near identical colors (pls make Albanians crimson!)
Oh, forgot about thatWe already decided to not make the Germans grey earlier.
Maybe you should have used "put on 20 layers of bureaucracy" or something similar instead, as gaining provinces when they should be losing provinces just strikes me as counterintuitive.I am making a joke regarding that people going through a loss gain weight, with the Nicene Church in his case putting on 20 provinces.