OK, so you want screenshots. YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE SCREENSHOTS!
Hrm. I guess those 3 rings are right.
Campaign Map - Europe
National Summary Over Italy and Central Europe
Campaign Map - India - My six sick stacks seek six slick sloops. Naturally, to seize and slaughter sorry sods overseas.
Prestige Over Russia and Poland - 86/137 regions conquered
Got them Black Hills! National Prestige Ranking. Poor Britain.
More Black Hills - Sweet ministers... I hadn't even noticed!
Itching to take a photo of this guy in a 1 on 1000 battle... Maybe I need to run him up to Prussia to take on 2 stacks....
His name is Jacob Cornelissen. His name is Jacob Cornelissen. His name is Jacob Cornelissen. His name is Jacob Cornelissen.
His name is Jacob Cornelissen. His sacrifice will be of blood and his reward will be glory. His name is Jacob Cornelissen.
Henry Winckel - Man on Fire (sorry pic got a bit gibbled in Paint... Photoshop has the copy/paste bug and refuses to fix itself and I already fixed 6 mucked up pics tonight.)
Hein Van der Werff - A spoiled brat if I ever saw one... most of his battles have been dirt easy ones and he had the Brits backing him up. But oooooooh look at all them shiny golden stars. Big Stinkin' Deal.
Geerard lookin all innocent. Where you get all them stars Guv'nah? There be blood on ye hands. This guy recently took the Black Hills, losing almost his entire 1.5 stack army (perfect for my uses as I had no further use for his soldiers). Oddly, he doesn't have the Bloody attribute. I've lost a few hundred men and picked up the Bloody attribute. This guy lost well over 1500. (sorry if this pic is a tad misleading, I just noticed that isn't his army... the army is in Brandenburg but he's in Michigan I right-clicked the portait in Lists).
My not-so-constant gardener. This rare trait showed up after he took Brandenburg I think. His lone stack successfully defended against 8 successive armies (only 1 large contingent, but quite a few medium sized armies. Equivalent of around 2 full stacks) in a single end-turn standing right next to Portugal (owned by Spain), losing less than 1/3 of his men (total of around 850 men left after starting the round with around 1300 - actually, count them, there's 1347 - the grens did not replenish before the battles). The snapshot is from an old save file, just before I loaded him on a ship and dropped him off in Portugal.
Filippus Van der Burch in 1729
I don't know what happened. He certainly hasn't failed in any of his endeavors. He took out Morocco, Tunis and Tripolitania after his escapades in Portugal. All successful romps. I have several Shovel bearing generals, but I always thought that was a lower trait.
Filippus Van der Burch in 1734
Well I hope to add more screenies later. It was more fun than I thought - especially considering that they are mostly statistics...
Anything specific you guys wanted to see or check?