- Sep 27, 2009
Just wanted to note that I'm currently trying to make the submod work with the latest HIP release. I'm not sure I'll manage to release before the Christmas.
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I didn't do the map, Mechl stitched the maps of SWMH and Tianxia and in the files I have there's only a dozen of pixels or so of modern Goto islands present. Even if I wanted, there's no possibility for me to add Japan on my own.Suggestion as a compromise between the Japan and non-Japan crowd: include physical Japan (with projection and all) but don't fill it with provinces and maybe let others do it? Would be immensely valuable to them as a resource, and you yourself don't have to worry either about Japan or performance
I'd be interested, if only I knew how you all made itFirst and foremost i think Warial should focus on working. He is on a roll by the looks of things and stopping someone who is on a roll, is something i would be very sad about, as a fellow modder.
That being said, the permission i have given to Warial would extend to Japan too, if somebody wants to extend the projection.
Thanks!I'm amazed by your work. Keep it up!
History of Mongolian Plateau between Uyghur Khaganate and formation of Mongol Empire:- Finish populating Mongolia with fictional rulers (unfortunately there's a lacuna in history between the fall of Uyghur Khaghanate and the rise of Mongols)
Sources?Yenisei Kyrgyz ruled Mongolia between 840 and 860s.
860s, Toquz Tatar defeat Yenisei Kyrgyz and ruled Mongolia until rise of Liao
I don't have access to CNKI unfortunately (so if anyone can share any publication from there that might be helpful for our timeline, I'll be much obliged) , but I read several of Bai Yudong's works on the topic of Toquz Tatar written in Japanese.