- Jan 13, 2010
Like Elvain suggested. I think we should move suggestions and discussion about the balkans in here.
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Ohrid also should have Bulgarian culture,instead of Albanian,since it was a stronghold of the Bulgarian Emperor.The Dečani charters (Serbian: Дечанске хрисовуље) from 1321-1331 by Stephen Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia contains a detailed list of households and villages in Metohija and northwestern Albania. The first charter concludes that this region was ethnically Serb.
89 settlements with 2,666 households were recorded of which:
3 Albanian settlements (3,3%)
86 Serbian settlements (96,6%)
2,166 livestock households of 2,666 agricultural households:
44 Albanian households (2%)
2,122 Serbian households (98%)
Considering that it stayed independent for a really long time, creating a new kingdom might be best.Well Mljet was only formally annexed by Dubrovnik in 1410,so I guess It would fit more to have a separate province if possible.Also,I don't know how accurate is to keep Dubrovnik province under the de jure kingdom of Croatia...
Considering it was ruled for quite a long time during the CK2 period by Venice 1205-1358, i would sort of like it if Ragusa was given to Venice, to give them an incentive to take that particular province in the Adriatic. But i would also love to see it as an independent Kingdom, with a Ragusan republic finally created, to give Venice some competition in the Adriatic.Considering that it stayed independent for a really long time, creating a new kingdom might be best.
But if nothing else, changing it so that in the early period it's tied to Serbia, then later on to Croatia (or perhaps Bosnia) would be good.
We haven't really done much in wars earlier but its part of working on history I guess so can't see any problem adding it.Do you guys create wars? Because covering Georgi Voiteh's rebellion against Byzantium in 1072 would be interesting.
It had the potential to create quite a large realm considering that Constantine Bodin (son of King Mihailo of Duklja, who rules in 1066, and the next ruler of Duklja) would have become Bulgarian Emperor had the rebellion succeeded.
The main thing for me is that they become a republic like they should beWill make Dubrovnik/Ragusa a two province duchy under Serbia, hopefully there will be time to make them a little playable republic as well.
We haven't really done much in wars earlier but its part of working on history I guess so can't see any problem adding it.
I do suppose that most county-level divisions that we know of will be from the late First Empire or from the Second Empire. I am a little bit more knowledgeable about the ERE's history than the Bulgarian.Well, there is a guy called NikeBG on the Taleworlds forums who might be able to help you with that, considering that he does research on one of the most history focused Mount and Blade Warband mods, which happens to take place in the early years of the Second Bulgarian Empire, in 1200.
I know him quite well and I got plenty of his maps for Bulgaria, as we helped each other with mods for Knights of Honor and he did help me a lot with Bulgaria for Arabia Universalis EU2 mod...Well, there is a guy called NikeBG on the Taleworlds forums who might be able to help you with that, considering that he does research on one of the most history focused Mount and Blade Warband mods, which happens to take place in the early years of the Second Bulgarian Empire, in 1200.