Crusader Kings Chronicle, part 7: The Conclusion
Here's where I usually put the obligatory, "Thank you all for reading!" message. I started writing these chronicles way back in June, and the amount of positive feedback you guys have given has been truly inspiring. So much so that it pains me to say I'll be putting this project on hiatus for a while. It's fairly time-consuming to produce and edit, and everyone needs a break now and then. Never fear, though. This won't be the last you see of the Strategy Chronicles. There are plenty more awesome games out there that would lend themselves well to this format, and I'm already formulating ideas for the future.
If you have any suggestions for epic strategy titles that would benefit from the narrative treatment I've given to Civ and Crusader Kings, be sure to let me know in the comments. Total War? Mount and Blade? Might and Magic Heroes? Maybe throw in some sort of wacky restriction like Tom Francis' Skyrim diaries? I'm curious to hear your feedback.
On behalf of High King Brian II of Ireland, and all those who came before him, and all those who will follow, I bid you farewell for now. May you find clear skies, calm seas, and victory in the field.
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