- Jun 18, 2007
What does the USA look like and where does the state of Tennessee fit in?
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If you were born in Tennessee in this world you would most likely be a Frandist Muslim and speak Istimari (which is related to Catalan). Where the United States would have been exists five countries.What does the USA look like and where does the state of Tennessee fit in?
Interesting I guess. Would have preferred to be Prussian though!
Sorry, I got into colonization late and left a bit early. Navarre was first followed quickly by Aragon. However, Prussia did have some massive colonies. I just made sure mine were all clumped together so it was easier to defend them all.
Wow! Welcome to the forums, then and thank you very much!Over the last month, I've read from the beginning until now and all I can say is wow... I've read a lot of AARs here and only this one has made me want to create a forum account just to tell you how awesome this AAR has been.
Carthage? Kanem? Aragon!? Can you please explain or will it be answered in the next update?
Let's see... Carthage is, I suppose, that Christian state in Tunisia, Crusader state of sorts, I guess it survives. Kanem is Kanem Bornu, in Africa, and I suppose Spain doesn't unify.