OH MY GOD MAN
posted 3/7/2012 3:26:44 PM
WHY HATH THE NEED TO BE A CRISIS EVERY TIME YOUR RULER DIES IN CK2???????????????
When William the Conqueror's grandson inherited (none of his sons did, I jailed one, rest died very young, the eldest son of his eldest son AKA grandson did instead) it was such a large crisis, but Turold the Cruel saw it through until the glourious age of 46, 30 years less than William.
Now he died several years after being "Maimed" in a Crusade...
So here is a screen taken on the very day Geoffroy I of England rose to the throne.
With several vassals at 70%, it's going to take a big dungeon, prayer so that I don't get excommunicated (the irony) and prayer that whatever fiefs remain loyal to me in the storm ahead can provide a lot of men. A lot.
On another note, Turold the Cruel died shortly after the end of an interesting war in Scotland.
As you may have noticed from the screenshot above, Scotland is now ruled by a King-Bishop, and hence it's a Theocracy. Little do you know however Angus I of Scotland is also, Bishop Angus of Salisbury, and holds his throne and court there in fact.
I noticed I could push a claim on Scotland. My reaction? DAFUQ
Then I noticed it was for this Angus I, who was not related to Turold in any way. Further investigation revealed he was uncle of the current King of Scotland, so I declared war only to put him in the throne of his home, ain't I a good liege?