The entire continent of Naggaroth has been producing certified cinema in my campaign. >2010: Game begins with intermittent raids on Ulthuan by dark elves, nothing much happens >2015: Malekith goes to war with Ulthuan, loses >~2020-2060s: Constant rebellions against Malekith, which he puts down with increasing difficulty >2071: Malekith is overthrown, his mum is beheaded by asiatic-like invaders from the north, he survives as a courtier and becomes a minor lord on borders of Lustria >2080: The guy who overthrew him is also overthrown, realm completely collapses into warring states, greenskin and beastmen invading everywhere >2080-2110s: Rampant civil war and massive depopulation, eventually mostly reunited by realm of Clar Karond, but the continent is utterly devastated and nobody has any money. All armies are basically slave levies of their own people - they mostly lost seafaring capacity, so no foreign slaves either. >2110.15.9: Malekith is captured and burnt at the fucking stake again by the winning warlord >2120s and onward: Nothing really improves, but beast realms are mostly cleared out and nomad invaders are repelled. Utter depopulation persists and heretic cults, in a land already filled with heresy, run wild >2132: Massive horde of Tzeenchian cultists invades from the north, composed of a mixed force of dark elves who had to flee north and nomadic allies they made there. Nobody still has any money.
Are there any games that try to give a pseudo-realistic take on space naval combat? I think Jupiter incident had that sort of thing going. Seems like an interesting challenge trying to make a space game with stuff like OOB, space logistics, and how to portray combat.
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