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Development SVN Public Access

Development SVN Public Access published on

Due to the delays in releasing 0.1.6 (thanks in part right now to issues in the current base CK2 version) it has been decided to provide limited access to the development SVN. This access is an “at your own risk” situation, if by accessing the svn you manage to screw up your PC or CK2 installation we offer no warranty or guarantee. The version you will be accessing is the currently in development version of 0.1.6, it is riddled with bugs many of which are beyond our control to fix (hound Paradox for a new patch with Captain Gars’ fixes), bear this in mind when playing.

Head over to our subforums for the information on accessing the SVN.

0.1.6 History Dev Diary #2

0.1.6 History Dev Diary #2 published on

Hi, this is Colossal Elk, welcoming you to our second installment in the Elder Kings 0.1.6 Developer Diaries! In our first chapter, we visited the Kamal and learned of their weakened, fragmented situation in 3370. We also learned that this condition has been exploited by an expansionist faction of their nearby archrivals, the Tang Mo. With that, let’s turn our attention north, to the Thousand Monkey Isles, and give a more proper introduction to the monkey-folk.

Click HERE to read the fullpost @ our subforum on the Paradox Plaza!

0.1.6 History Dev Diary #1

0.1.6 History Dev Diary #1 published on

“Hi, I’m Colossal Elk, writing on behalf of the Elder Kings development team, and I’d like to welcome you to the Elder Kings 0.1.6 Developer Diary. Our first installment will visit the continent of Akavir and introduce one of its indigenous races: namely, the Kamal. You may know them best as the fearsome culture whose warriors once attempted an invasion of Tamriel in 3492, but the Kamal are hardly opportunists who only fight once in a while. Their culture and their beliefs are characterized by persistence and fearlessness, and these values serve the Kamal well, as they are constantly battling; sometimes with their neighbors, sometimes with themselves, and sometimes with their own homeland.”

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