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Crusader Kings II review | Thunderbolt

Nick Horth, Thunderbolt writes:

On a winter’s day in 1241, King Olaf the Second of Sweden puts his plans into motion. In the court of the Holy Roman Empire his daughter is married, sealing a diplomatic union that will see the might of the empire’s armies brought to bear against the scheming Danish. Closer to home, the upstart noble Count Erik of Uppland dies choking on his blood, ending his scheming malcontent once and for all. They will suspect of course, but no-one will be able to trace his death back to the royal court. In the South the Swedish armies mobilise. Free from the stirrings of rebellion and backed by his new-found allies, King Olaf seizes the chance to march on Norway and claim the lands that are rightfully his…

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