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r/paradoxplaza
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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about Paradox Interactive games and of the company proper. Some franchises and games of note: Stellaris, Europa Universalis, Imperator: Rome, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron, Victoria and Cities: Skylines.
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r/CrusaderKings
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Crusader Kings is a historical grand strategy / RPG video game series for PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X|S developed & published by Paradox Interactive. Engage in courtly intrigue, dynastic struggles, and holy warfare in mediæval Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, India, the steppes and Tibet. Can you achieve fame and fortune for your noble family, or will your names be forgotten to history?
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r/vexillology
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A subreddit for those who enjoy learning about flags, their place in society past and present, and their design characteristics
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r/victoria2
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For discussion about the game Victoria 2 by Paradox Interactive.
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r/coins
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We welcome longtime collectors, as well as brand new ones and non-collectors. Please read our stickied How-To Guide for assistance and important info on using the sub. Thank you!
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r/todayilearned
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You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.
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r/totalwar
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A subreddit for the Total War strategy game series, made by Creative Assembly. Discussions, strategies, stories, crude cave-drawings, and more for Medieval 2, Empire, Shogun 2, Rome 2, Attila, Thrones of Britannia, Warhammer, Three Kingdoms and others.
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r/AgeOfCivilizations
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A community for asking questions, sharing content, and talking about the Grand Strategy games, Age of History I and II (formerly Age of Civilizations) by Łukasz Jakowski.
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r/Catholicism
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/r/Catholicism is a place to present new developments in the world of Catholicism, discuss theological teachings of the Catholic Church, provide an avenue for reasonable dialogue amongst people of all beliefs, and grow in our own spirituality. Catholic Christianity offers the world the fullness of the Christian Faith.
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r/paradoxpolitics
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This is the place to post links showing real-world events that mirror those in Paradox Interactive's wonderful series of historical games.
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r/HistoryWhatIf
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Welcome to HistoryWhatIf! We're here to explore alternate history scenarios in interesting ways.
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r/europe
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Europe: 50 (+6) countries, 230 languages, 746M people… 1 subreddit.
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r/imaginarymaps
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Imaginary Maps! Share maps you have made of alternate history, fantasy, sci-fi or anything really! Join our Discord server here: https://discord.gg/tKV9SjBzaQ
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r/MEIOUandTaxes
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A subreddit for the epic full conversion mod, MEIOU and taxes. Containing 4000+ provinces to conquer and tax, as well as numerous new mechanics to flesh out your EU4 experience. Getting started with 3.0: https://www.reddit.com/r/MEIOUandTaxes/comments/qcn3xu/getting_started_with_30/
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r/civ
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A subreddit dedicated on the popular turn-based series, Sid Meier's Civilization. Bully for you!
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r/Coins4Sale
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Welcome to r/Coins4Sale. A sub dedicated to person to person transactions of coins from all over the world. All WTT/WTS/WTB must deal in real coins used for commerce. No novelty, no fakes, no other items allowed other than coins. Please read our rules below to ensure an easy time and transaction of your goods. 10 Item Max on all for sale and trade posts. Remember to do your due diligence before sending anything. Caveat Emptor.
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r/HistoryMemes
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History memes and jokes go here. Our Discord Server can be found in the sidebar below.
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r/civbattleroyale
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The concept of the show is simple! On a massive world map, 61 AI Civilizations see which one can be the last one standing. All Civilizations were chosen by the audience of /r/civbattleroyale and part of the fun is helping narrate the story collectively along with original content and putting your support behind one of the competitors. Hosted by Coiot + Blue Cassette.
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r/victoria3
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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about the grand strategy game Victoria 3 by Paradox Development Studio.
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r/eu3
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Welcome to r/eu3
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r/empirepowers
1.8k members
The Renaissance is beginning and there's a whole new world out there! Claim a nation starting in 1500 and manage its wars, diplomacy, development, and growth.
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r/Popefacts
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This is Popefacts! Trivia about the 266 leaders of the Catholic Church, ranging thousands of years, all the way back to Saint Peter, the first glorious Pontificate! And now we are allowing facts about the 118 leaders of the Coptic Orthodox church! More Popes!
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r/monarchism
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This is a forum for those who think monarchy is a noble and viable alternative to the crude and materialistic mob mentality of republicanism.
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r/hoi4
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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about the grand strategy game Hearts of Iron IV by Paradox Development Studio.
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r/ParadoxExtra
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The other reason is that the central focus of the story (perhaps I should have left in the 200 word summary) was how a seemingly insignificant event that occurs during the EU4 timeframe, i.e. the British landing in Quiberon (compared to say, the fall of Constantinople, discovery of the new world, reformation, enlightenment, Waterloo, etc) could have drastic differences on Europe as we know it today.
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r/CivHybridGames
447 members
Welcome to the subreddit for the Civ Hybrid Games: A Civ V AI game with a unique feature: **YOU can alter the game's events.** This subreddit should be viewed on old reddit: https://old.reddit.com/r/CivHybridGames/
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r/RemoveOneThingEachDay
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Rules of the games: • Comment what you want to happen • Vote using upvotes • See which thing wins Please make sure to check out the rules before posting or commenting Enjoy, and have fun!
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r/FrontierPowers
156 members
/r/FrontierPowers is a realistic and diplomacy-focused spin on the nation-state text roleplaying genre. In this game, players will play as nations in the mid 19th century and compete to conquer the world, colonize the savage lands, and set the stage for an alternate modern world. Whatever your strengths and goals, we welcome you - so pick a nation from the available listing, and hop in!
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r/Medieval2TotalWar
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This is a subreddit for the game Medieval II Total War by Creative Assembly.
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r/AskHistory
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For asking casual questions about History. Also see r/History or r/AskHistorians.
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  • r/EuropeanWar7 - what happens if you declare war on the papal states
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  • r/coins - My first coin from the 1600s!
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  • r/AgeOfCivilizations - From Papal States to Roman Empire in 1440
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