Sword of Rheged
- Oct 1, 2008
I hate that little'ish Libya. It should be annexed into Carthage.
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That is Kanem province, yes. Kanem the nation in this time line reaches up into our Libya.Managed to find out where Kanem Roughly is. It's in Chad for people who don't
Maybe, but Carthage is a bit more stable now.I hate that little'ish Libya. It should be annexed into Carthage.
Thanks, you'll love Book 4.I love the fact you made a modern age timeline based on what happened in game.
you are my hero son
And one that is not too far away... We get a brief look in about 2 or 3 chaptersAfter an invasion of Egypt/The Middle East by some great hindu conqueror?
It is rather strange. @__XI think it'd be interesting to see a religious map of modern day. o_o
Much like in our time line, atheism was a big part of communist philosophy. Meanwhile, countries like France, the UK, Germany, and Lothgaria are seeing increasing numbers of atheists (30%+ of the population) due to citizen apathy. Prussia and Silesia are the only countries with atheist majorities (I envision it at about 51% and 60% respectively). However, they both still have strong Christian elements.Out of interest, what's the status of atheism in the modern day?
It is about at its continental peak. But it is really more of a plateau.Is where we are at in the timeline when Prussia is at it's greatest extent on the Eurasian continent?
Or does it get bigger on the continent?
It is about at its continental peak. But it is really more of a plateau.
Wouldn't it be at its very highest when the supposedly Prussian (Soviet) Union existed? You mentioned Rome and most of the Balkans splitting away IIRC, so they must've been integrated in atleast some way? Or was it a looser communist federation?
Ah, what I meant to say this was the peak of its physical area in Europe. Power and influence are two different beasts all together.
Romania and the others were more like the smaller nations in the Warsaw pact. Prussia is far more ethnically homogeneous than the soviet union and therefore does not need to split up into autonomous SSRs.But is it influence, or were they under actual, recognized control of Prussia? That was what I thought was implied, not that they were actual independent communist states simply under the Prussian umbrella. So were they somewhat like Poland, East Germany, Hungary, to RL Soviet Russia instead of say, the Georgian SSR? I thought they were the latter.
Thanks for the clarification, and I will now refrain from spamming the thread until a wonderful new update arrives