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🏺 Guess the Character! #CK3
Daughter of the houses Orléans & Anjou around the year 1030, I am the first Baroness of Montargis. Who am I?
Give the problematic characters command of a small task force & send them out on a "vital" mission... Maybe they will impress you! Or maybe things will turn out exactly as you planned.
Anglo-Saxons troops counter-attacking Norse vikings! 🪓
Between the 6th-9th centuries, Anglo-Saxon warriors mainly used lances, shields & axes. Most men would wear a seax, an Old English word for "knife".
Mail body armours, metal helms & kite shields were introduced in the 11th century, with William the Conqueror.
🎧 Headphones ON
A few ambience sounds of Crusader Kings III.
Which parts of the world do you prefer in #CK3?
#CK3Mod Monday, from KrispyJones
Discover an early version of Lord of the Kings, a racial/cultural/religious mod to #CK3 that adds in a variety of diverse character groups such as Elves, Orcs, Dwarves, Goblins, Gnomes, and more!
► Steam Workshop:
Congratulations, you found the correct County! 🗺️
The name of Montargis comes from the Latin "Mons arediacum", the Mount of the Aredius domain, as the city flourished from the ruins of a Gaulish village in -80/-50 AD to an important Gallo-Roman town in the 2nd century.
💡 Did you know?
8 January 871: Battle of Ashdown - The West Saxons were led by King Æthelred and his younger brother, the future King Alfred the Great, beat invading Danish army led by Bagsecg and Halfdan Ragnarsson.
These Rulers have been originally created in #CK3's Ruler Designer, by Ecklcakes. Excellent job here! ✨
Goodness me, we are trending on @reddit, r/gaming 👑
"When it seems like your Crusader Kings campaign is always stuck in second gear", by u/DoubleDaredToDeath
🗺️ Where Are We? #CK3
Later besieged by the English in 1427, I have been built on the ruins of an important Gallo-Roman town that existed in the 2nd and 3rd centuries.
What is the name of this Barony & County?
🕯️ Medieval Inventions
The Carruca was a heavy plow important to medieval agriculture in Northern Europe. It used a heavy iron plowshare to turn heavy soil & it accompanied the three-field system in the 8th & 9th centuries, leading to improved agricultural productivity 🥬
Caspar, Melchior & Balthazar are the names of the three Magi who visited Jesus after his birth, on January 6th. They offered him three gifts that had spiritual meanings: Gold for a king, Frankincense for the deity & Myrrh as a symbol of death.
If you are a #CK3 Content Creator, feel free to drop your creations below! Guides, Videos, Livestreams, Drawings, Cosplays, anything about Crusader Kings III ❤️
March forward! 📯
Give our new players your best tips to play & understand #CK3! Your best video-guides, fan-sites & other supporting platforms would do wonders ✨
💡 Did you know?
After Joan of Arc has been captured at Compiegne and sold to the English, she was finally handed over to Bishop Pierre Cauchon on the 3rd of January 1431. Judges' investigations for her trial begin in Rouen, France, the seat of the English occupation government.
/u/Waeis on Reddit: "Gold? Levies? Titles? It's yours my friend, as long as you have enough Rubies."😏
🎉 [AUTO-SAVING] 🎉
Taking my crown off to you all today to say: Thank you ❤️
We hope that Crusader Kings III brought you as much joy & fun as we had developing the base game, and we are working very hard on the future of #CK3 for 2021.
For now: Happy New Year! 🥂