There are several adventures and expeditions your empire can undergo in Crusader Kings 3 to spread their fame. A unique one that Norse empires can do is called Varangian Adventures. These were added alongside the Northern Lords flavor pack. These allow your empire to expand their borders far beyond where they previously, overtaking enemy empires that are a further distance away. These adventures allow your empire to amass a large number of forces and conquer a distant empire. It’s important to note you cannot use this tactic against other cultures that can also use the Varangian Adventure, so you won’t be able to do this against any nearby Norse empires.
Crusader Kings III Base game. Centuries of medieval history await you in Crusader Kings III. Guide a series of characters through the ages as you build the world's greatest dynasty. Northern Lords is the first Flavor Pack for Crusader Kings III, one of the best reviewed games of 2020. It offers new events and cultural themes related to Norse society. Crusader Kings III is the latest version of Paradox Development Studio’s beloved role-playing Grand Strategy Game of medieval conquest and royal court intrigue. Lead one of hundreds of noble or royal families through the Middle Ages, as you acquire power and prestige across the generations. The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam.
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You can only undergo a Varangian Adventure if you are a Norse empire, and your ruler must be a Baron or a Duke. If you meet these requirements, you should be fine to try this out.
To start a Varangian Adventure, it’s similar to starting a war against another empire. But the reason for this is to take your entire province of people from one location of the world to another. For example, if you’re tired of the cold north, you can always choose to battle against one of the many empires in England, taking them out of the location and then carving your home there. You’ll be battling against several new adversaries, but it gives you an option to be a new starting location and access to new resources.
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Any vassal you previously had in your old land will become independent. You’ll be able to interact with them as if they were any of the other empires, but since you’re in a new land, you’re better off dealing with your allies and foes. You don’t have to worry too much about having a small force, either. A large fighting force is given to you when you undergo this tactic, and you can assault the new land with enough armies to topple it.
The Varangian Adventure does cost 1,000 prestige. While it is a powerful way to move to a new location, it’s costly, but it does pay off in the end.
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The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased for a suggested retail price of $49.99/ £41.99/ €49.99 on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
Those interested in charting their own course through the medieval age can purchase Crusader Kings III now on the following online stores:
- PDX Store
- Microsoft Store
In addition, Crusader Kings III is also available on Xbox Game Pass for PC!
Crusader Kings III is the newest entry in the fabled grand strategy franchise. Guide a royal house through history, governing land, culture, religion, military operations and more in this game of medieval empire and bloodline management. Scheme from the shadows or march your armies openly to expand your borders. Utilize diplomacy and family, leveraging relationships and influence, to protect your lineage. For if a suitable heir you do not produce, your line, and your playthrough, ends.
A new trailer, telling the fate of a would-be conqueror, can be viewed here:
Crusader Kings III features:
- A Tale of Lords and Lineage: Every character has their own unique history and personality traits which are reflected in their portraits and the decisions they make. Events and options in the game are largely determined by the type of lord you play as, and the personalities of others must be plied in the right ways to achieve your goals.
- Wide and Varied Lands: With a map ranging from Europe to Africa, Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, you can assume the role of a noble house from nearly any culture. From the Vikings of Scandinavia to the tribes of Africa and the hordes of the Asian Steppe, this is your medieval sandbox.
- A Truly Noble Life: Enjoy a rich tapestry of courtly medieval life – court spouses, hire counselors, and raise armies. Entertain wandering guests, cultivate the ideal heir to cement your line, and send your more troublesome offspring off to foster elsewhere. Set spymasters to scheming and pit neighboring houses against one another.
- Lineage Management: The spawn of your royal union are both the future of your house and a resource for cementing greater power. Use them to forge alliances in far off lands and press claims on sought-after realms, spreading your influence to the corners of the known world.
- Disputes Solved by the Sword: When diplomacy has run its course take what should be yours by rallying your vassals calling your men-at-arms. Crushing rebellions and laying siege to enemy castles can prove a quick path to honor. But remember that true strategy requires cunning…
- Statecraft From The Shadows: Sometimes a scheme, the most subtle of diplomacy, is the most effective – a knife in the dark, a secret to be leveraged, a spouse seduced…
- Saints and Sinners: Set the religious course of your kingdom, whether that be keeping the faith or embracing a heresy to better align with your goals. If all else fails, start your own religion!
- And More Medieval Menagerie: Holy Orders, crusades, peasant revolts, mercenaries for hire, northmen raiders, customizable rule sets and a beautiful new map to wage your campaign upon!
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