- Jan 27, 2013
The mod seems like it will be great when you release it. I think it will be pretty popular, with the time period and the amazing name, if you choose to keep the name.
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Can I suggest an easter egg character instead of a historical improvement? An Ambitious Genius Brilliant Strategist landless courtier of the House Savage would be a nice little surprise in the court of Huneric.Thank you for the votes and thank you for the historical improvements, making this better is a major reason why I am doing this. I'm not going to be one of those modders that shout, "This is my mod and I don't want your sass!" You people clearly have knowledge on history, because you are playing CK2.
First I'm going to do this AAR, this will allow people to see the game and give advice on how to make it better. Also, by holding it back, this AAR becomes unique, because if I release it, ekorovin will make his Niflung AAR, not like a day after I release it, immediately.Please, release the mod.
Thank you for your help, Visigothica now has a Majority Romano-Hispanic Nicene Population.A suggestion for the Iberian penisula and Aquitaine:
You don't show much of that area, but from what we can see, you have a solid block of Visigoth culture in Hispania. That is far from the reality at any time of the Visigoth dominance in Iberia ( they never mixed much with the local Hispano-Roman ( *hint* ) population and actually had pretty strict no mix laws for quite a while ... ) and actually at this time most of them still lived in the Garonne valley between Toulouse and Bordeaux ( sketch map from wiki ) and what is today Catalonia ( that BTW is a corruption of Gothaland ). So maybe a lot of Hispano-Roman culture is needed there ( BTW all of this also applies to the Suebi )
Oh, and remember, Visigoths were Arian at the time, but the locals most definitely were not ( they were Nicene with a splash of Old Celtic related paganism in Western Lusitania )