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before you joined we (SEATO) already made that plan.
Yeah the China civil war restarted in Act of Ambition because Brick isn't banned and you take 2 regions so you can keep on fighting.
Throws of Revolution
Hello,I see you signed up for Throws of Revolution.Could you vote for it on http://althistory.wikia.com/wiki/Alternative_History:Map_Game_Oversight_Committee? Thanks in advance, Reclaim,creator of Throws of Revolution
Compact of Iskenderun
Could you show me the islands you're giving me on a Map? I don't have a clue which island I am being given
Could you point out the island on the PM4 Map?
Rimp obviously can't do that the max troops he can have is pretty standard and are decided by a formula [ his population x 0,01 = max troops he can have ] read this here: http://althistory.wikia.com/wiki/Rules_and_Algorithm_(Principia_Moderni_IV_Map_Game)#Finding_Maximum_Army.2FNavy_Size
Not sure, honestly I don't know how they got to Morea if Achaea and Athens are still indepedent. With that in mind and the previous losses, I don't think it would be that much.
Hello, Nathanial! I'm the player for Italy/Naples, and I just wanted to make you aware of a recent ultimatum that was issued by the Queen of Naples, Mary Anjou. In effect, you are invited to rejoin the Kingdom of Naples as a vassal (as which you can continue posting as Naxos) or the Neapolitan Army and Navy (numbering about 45,000 men and 250 ships) will make a visit to your front door - and I probably wouldn't let you continue to post as them. I don't mean to come off as a jerk, its just that your declaration of independence would not stand with the newly militant rulers of Italy/Naples. Thank you for your understanding, Reximus | Talk to Me! 00:16, August 29, 2016 (UTC)
- I'd appreciate some source as to your census population. Populstat and Wikpeida both put the 1821 population of modern-day Greece's boundaries at around 940,000. If we reverse that back to 1455, I'd say a high-end estimate of modern Greece's population is 600,000. Now, the next issue is the fact you don't control all of Greece. Using modern Greek population distribution, you control 38% of modern Greece's population (with a majority falling in Attica, Western Greece, Crete, etc). So, your population is close to 250,000, not 1.3 million. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that is how I would calculate the Greek population. -Rexmod
Treaty of Bucharest
"Kingdom of Bulgaria" should be "Tsardom of Bulgaria".