The latest plot update for the game, complete with new story options, features, character portraits, marriages, and ways to completely ruin your country is now available.
There are also 6 new achievements to find, which will remove some people's 100% status but hopefully only temporarily.
If you want full spoiler-heavy details of everything that's been added, visit the discussion forums and read through the (long) beta thread. Otherwise, dive in and see what you can find!
And remember - the chicken had it coming.
A lot of new options and some new character portraits are being added to the game (currently in beta-testing). The beta version is available to all Steam users, and more information on opting-in plus a quick list of what's in store can be found in this discussion topic: http://steamcommunity.com/app/251990/discussions/0/620703493333077987/
If you have the time, please come have a look and report your thoughts and any problems you encounter.
There will be a new achievement added to the game but not until this patch leaves beta.
Hope you enjoy the new storylines!
“Each time the protagonist dies, you find yourself coming back with a vengeance, determined to try a new strategy, a different approach to her upbringing. It's borderline addictive. It's also likely to make a monster out of you. By the end of my first successful playthrough, I had summarily butchered everyone who even thought about looking at us funny, forced the princess into a continuous state of docility and lied my way through every social encounter possible. Was it evil? Yes. Was it glorious? Definitely.”
“Somehow it never occurred to my princess, whom I’d lovingly crafted into a tense, paranoid warlord, that she shouldn’t empty a box of mysterious mailcandy into her mouth. You would think studying poison and espionage would have saved me from this espionage poison, but instead, a list of other skills, skills I never studied, princess skills, were key to avoiding this fate. I guess that’s the lesson: you can’t build a successful Arya without adding a little Sansa.”
“If you’re the sort who can sink your teeth into a full afternoon of tabletop strategy, you’ll be happy here. Long Live The Queen is a slow-paced, cozy evening kind of game, good for folks who like numbers and critical thinking. And death. Pink frosted, chubby cheeked death.”
The Mary Sue
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