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.
*Screams in Byzantine*Does Erdogan give Paradox money? Because there's no other explanation for why the Ottomans are so overpowered.
If the Austria gets an early PU over Hungary then yes, they struggle. But if that doesn't happen, they can do as they've done in my game and just eat everything. Right now they're in Krakow, Vienna and Tuscany.
I've had enough. I'm uninstalling and removing this game until Paradox fix this. It's a joke. They should be nerfed come 1700s per history.
Yes and that happened for every empire of the era. The Russians moved east in large numbers and integrated heavily with the cultures there, which routinely provided huge amounts of manpower. The British raised massive forces in India under the East India Company. The Spanish arguably raised more forces in the New World than in the old with the misadventures of Cortez and Pizarro. And on it goes. Portugal raised proportionally huge forces in Asia. Pretty much everyone was able to raise substantial manpower from every culture.Modern turkish culture is different yes. But in what way was 15th century Turkish culture different than Levantine culture? From what I know they lived with and integrated with nearly every culture in that region. Including Persians and Kurds too.
That's extended time line surelyI believe when the age of nationalism comes in the 1700s provinces of not your main culture gets a 3+ unrest and 15+ separatism. Snowballing is annoying but with high absolutism and gov cap, the Ottomans are a threat and are the "Healthy Man of Europe".