It could easily be a edgy joke party that won't actually show up in game.Seems like BurgSys Paraguay might be a thing:
There’s an official submod that aims to show a “more realistic reach” of the Atlantropa project, while keeping the dams in place (because otherwise they’d break Iberia’s story).So, since I've heard the dev team has been changed and they're going for a less "ridiculous yet takes itself seriously" route, do you think they're getting rid of Atlantropa?
Are they shitting on his vision? I don't really think so to be honest. There wasn't really much of a Panzer vision outside of canon and a arguably overly idealistic dictatorship doomed to fail message.Given how they've been shitting all over Panzer's vision; probably
I mean I was really bothered by how much land they owned.- Reworks of problematic areas (COUGHCOUGH a certain SS state in Western France COUGHCOUGH)
To be honest Panzer's unadulterated vision was stuff like Speer being an actual reformist
That's something I've been curious about since I first saw that was a thing at some point. Was Speer an actual reformist before being changed or was it more like a bait and switch kinda thing to hide the GO4's existence until later on?
I am honestly more bothered by how it was meant to be the result of a failed SS coup as the Valkyrie plotters were definitely not given their own state, but death by piano wire or bullets. If I had my way, Burgundy would have been the result of a failed uprising in France similar to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution IOTL which the SS crushed during the WRW with Burgundy being meant to punish France.I mean I was really bothered by how much land they owned.
Another mod (Thousand Week Reich) does do a more "realistic" take on how much land the SS own, since owning that much land would make them too powerful.
You know, part of me still wanted to see what the event texts for the results of Bormann's crazy Wunderwaffe science projects would have been like if they were developed further. In particular, it was hinted at that in rare occasions (A percentage chance on par with Steve making it all the way across warlord Russia in one-piece), some of the Wunderwaffe can actually giving you some unexpected positive results, with a popular theory being that the research into alchemy of trying to turn lead into gold will accidentally end up with the discovery of carbon nanotubes. Or that the Reich's attempt to send someone to land on Mars would help boost everyone else's space program, since they will now have a better idea on what NOT to do in their own manned missions.Bormann being a moron who tries to do alchemy
there was also a concurrent discussion about the NRF in the Iberian Civil War. According to Salty John, the NRF is supposed to be tragic/sympathetic villains who have been radicalized by the suffering of the civil war that they adhere to the anarchistic concept of nations being inherently evil. Like an evil mirror version of Alexander Men afaik.What's the dev replying to though?