Poland is excommunated and a crusade is called on Vilnius. The Polish armies then move south to Krakow and Thorn to defend their more valuable cities from the greedy crusaders.
Sicily in one of their first major moves takes back their former capital, Naples.
Egypt has not lost faith in themselves snatching Mosul from the distracted Danish.
The papal forces move from Cairo to Gaza. But as they are leaving the city revolts agaisnt them. They decide to leave it be and regroup at Adana.
Venice attacks HRE (me) they are quickly stopped and forced to pay a large sum of money *10000*.
Russia seems to be evacuating cities due to lack of money. Jerusalem revolts as well as Riga. This could open a door to English and Spanish to possibly dominate the Holy Land.
A new pope is elected and the crusade on Vilnius ends. The Poles then move their troops back to their original plan of trying to capture Smolenesk, which they are successful in.
A crusade is called on Antioch. The owner of this settlement is Egypt. The Scottish, English, and Polish join things do not look too good for the Egyptians.
Hungary takes Vienna ending all Egyptian power in the north. Now the Egyptians can only hold onto their sparse settlements in the Holy Land.
The Byzantines take Ragusa.
Damascus revolts from Spain, but it is likely that the Spaniards will crush the rebellion.