I certainly have. I planned on sort of incorporating the change from Latin to Greek numerals into the story.
This could be called self-love, or narcissism, but while I was in marriage, I was an incorruptible young woman, with a pure heart and a clean soul.
A husband with ideas, not always a good thing.
Is interesting to see the Commedia arrived to Constantinople, at least the Empire is sort of receptive to Western influence, but well, with Italian merchants in the court, it looks logical that would arrive directly to the court.
I am starting to feel there won't be children at all and the Imperial dynasty as it is would wither, to be replaced by another one... one of Turkish descent I feel.
Not much to be honest. The borders of the empire are still those shown in chapter I, though Bulgaria was annexed. Wallachia is still a Roman march, Serbia and Bosnia are vassals. I've been playing tall, and thanks to the increased number of provinces and development in the BT mod, and the events of the BT add on "Byzantine resurgence" I have a force limit of around 150, but the Roman economy cannot yet support an army of that size.The Ottomans are still a mighty power, I see. What have the descendants of the Dragon been doing in the meantime?