A reasoning for the change was also said to be the Greeks in a way welcomed the Ottoman rule because they were more innovative and less corrupt. Even if that were true for the short-term, it certainly was not for the long term! And if you flip it to the other side, I hardly see the the Turks being welcoming to the Greeks if Byzantium takes Turkish Asia-Minor!
here (and the next few pages):
Since we are discussing cultures, I've noticed in particular that Iraqi al arab (whatever the province is named) in Iraq almost always gets converted to mongol. I don't know if the Jalyrids are somehow managing to use that one culture change decision/modifier or if the rate of conversion of a province based on it being your capital is too large, but it's annoying to see a large revolter Iraq not having the province named Iraq. Happening in every game for me.
Well there the confusion can be found. Tuchel and Pomerelia are not the same things. Tuchel was a part of Pomerelia and German inhabited. Pomerelia as a whole, was German populated in the cities, and Polish and Kashubian populations in the rural areas. Atleast that's the way I think it was.
Also wiki says Pomerelia should be Pomeranian inhabited.
I keep wondering if we should have some sort of "Your ideas/wishes for the next version of D&T" like most of the main games have.
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