Let me tell you a story about Queen Adelaide. She was quite Clever, and she was married to a Strong man. She cared deeply about her family’s bloodline, so much so that she murdered her brother and nephew in order to take the throne so that their negative traits wouldn’t be passed on. She hatched a plot to have her brother, the king, murdered but her Dim-witted nephew was next in line for the throne. Thus she framed her nephew as a witch and had him burned at the stake. The bloodline was saved and, most importantly, I didn’t have to put any negative Traits in my Trait bag. Instead I was able to slip Adelaide and her husband’s positive traits in, giving me a better chance at future glory.This is the Murderous Adelaide. She later fathered a bastard child, and sent her husband off to die in the Crusades. Her story, while heartwarming, is only one of many. Adelaide’s story is only one vignette from the tapestry of ridiculous tales that have been spun, and unraveled, in our various games of Crusader Kings. The best part of Adelaide’s murder rampage is that I initiated it against myself, all in… Read full this story
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