Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by RiverDelta, Dec 30, 2017.
Being a teenager persumably
Yeah Castro is like, 10 at game start.
I’m doing a timeline based on my longest running Kaiserreich game(mid 1952 and counting) if any of y’all want to take a look so far it’s just an intro tho
Wait, do you have an extended timeline mod or something given the '1952 and counting' thing?
Going threw puberty
Honestly I'm just letting the game roll; it froze for like two hours before going to the peace treaty screen after the Entente fell, but it did go through.
When does HOI IV end?
I don't know that it has an end date? Like as long as your computer can handle the various peace treaties and you dont get tired of playing a specific run-through I should keep going, but you'll run out of technologies to research and focus tree stuff at some point.
What do you mean by the computer handling the various peace treaties?
It takes a while for the computer to calculate stuff later in the game as bigger and bigger countries with more and more building slots and provinces get conquered.
As the alliances get larger and larger with more countries and areas involved the computer struggles to calculate how to compute the territorial changes, since each province has a specific effect/value.
I've just started a KR collab of a Kaiserreich TV franchise that has the same scope as GoT: https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/kaiserriech-tv-series-a-collaberative-project.472477/
You're all welcome to join in if you want. At the very least, it'll make for some interesting worldbuilding.
Continuing with my French Commune Game [it survived the Update!] am still training lots of Soldiers while focusing on the Internationale Congress in the National Focus Tree. The French Commune will Lead Humanity into a glorious new age of Socialism! Or Alternatively be crushed once again under the boot heel of the German Reactionaries, I suspect.
I'm not sure if it says anything about Castro in the Game's Lore but he didn't come to power until 1959 in our world and almost caused the Third World War when the Russians placed Nuclear Warheads in Cuba. If ever a Sequel to Kaiserreich gets made I'd love to know how things would look by our Time in such an alternate world.
Well, Kalterkrieg and Krashnacht are being worked on.
Prroblem is, they just going nowhere.
It doesn't. I had a (vanilla) Republic of China game relatively recently (month or two ago) where I played into the 1970s (basically because I beat Japan, took a long breather to unite China and build an air force and navy, and got dragged into a war where I had to conquer all of Asia with foot infantry...it took years and years to slowly grind down the Japanese in India and Southeast Asia and the Germans in Siberia. Not to mention repelling the Turkish and Vichy naval assaults, fighting German strategic bombers, and so on and so forth). The only thing that's really stopping you is game performance and the fact that it stops being fun in some respects after playing that long.
If somebody ask, why the CSA is most likely to win the 2ACW.
Broadly the same reason the north won the first round.
Just one question. Where does all the material to go into the factories come from when you're at war with the states those resources come from?
Actually two. Where does your food come from when those fields you do have are on the front lines?
Regarding the second question, the same happened to Soviet Russia during the Russian Civil War - they held the industrial heartland but the grain producing regions in the south were out of reach. What they did was organize prodotryads ("food brigades") of armed workers and seize the food they needed from the peasantry to keep the cities fed.
The CSA has "War Syndicalism" as a national idea for a reason.
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