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.
Yes indeed...Latvia just got eaten and there's more to come there. The Soviets are cashing in on their now defunct M/vR pact in an attaept to stave off Polish expansionism.Just did Latvia got eaten by Stalin? Or there is more to come?
It's tempting to grab it now....but I'll bide my time a bit with Lithuania. In time it will become mine...rest assurred.Take Lithuania - Pilsudski was born there! (that is why he pushed to get wilno into Poland in first place)
In a conventional game, you're quite right, but remeber I've re-written many existing events and have added a fair amount of my own. I won't spoil it now, but suffice to say I have a means of solving the discord between Romania and Hungary in a way that benefits everyone...including Poland.Another thing. The only country that you can ally is Bulgaria - with others (Romania, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Italy...) you'll have 0% chance despite +200 relations.
Should they? YES! Will they? Of course not!And shouldn't the western allies counter this soviet move?
A longer border, within reason, is not necessarily a bad thing. It presents some excellent encirclement opportunities.Yay, awesome AAR, glad to have you back. I am looking forward to see how your war with Italy and Yugoslavia go. Now that the bear is gobbling up the Baltic states, it makes your border with the Soviets longer... not good.
My particular focus in that screen was the mix of claims on Yugoslavian territory by its neighbors. I would have been a complicated mess to show claims on other countries.It's good to see you back rob doing what you do best. I'm really impressed by the opening screen and your diplomacy poster... very well done.. although the latter seems to miss the Hungarian claims on Draculaland aka Transylvania
Exactly!However, leaving Lithuania to the Soviets would open up some encirclement options...
I tend to agree with trekaddict...although truthfully? I doubt I'll be able to achieve that. Manpower is a serious limitation on Poland.Ow. I never go into the SU with less than at least 100 MP.
That is indeed the basic idea here. I will not be achieving a Międzymorze styled eastern europe, but I do intend to make Poland a rally point for anti-Russian, pro Slavic sentiment. As for research, It just so happened that in the time frame covered in my last update (May 1- June 2 1940)no research was completed, but when research is completed I typically do a few screen detailing research progress and intentions. It's comingI´m looking forward to your future conquests and towards the final showdown with the SU. Are you planning to create a pan-slavic empire? It´s the first time I´ve seen most germanic people driven out of central europe.
How about some overview of your researches next time?
I'm hoping you're right...in fact I'm counting on itIve done successful Barbarossa's with less than 10 MP and no loss of divisions. I think that robw963 should be able to pull it off.
Excellent as usual.That is indeed the basic idea here. I will not be achieving a Międzymorze styled eastern europe, but I do intend to make Poland a rally point for anti-Russian, pro Slavic sentiment.
Is an alliance with Turkey remotely possible? How about Finland?