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Zukchiva wrote:i cant believeu all ignored me

im sending u to ur rooms >:(

u can't do that, because i was in tamdez

Shavara wrote:
Medieval.

Ooh.

Valsoran Crusades

Shavara wrote:Yes, I know.

My point is that Usnistan has no land connection to Nonscio or Araseos, but still spread enough Islam equivilant there for it to spawn a kingdom.

Then again, probably the same thing with the Christian equivilant.

Kampf Empire wrote:Seeing as how my RP's have hit a wall for now, I'm gonna focus on my homework.

Just as you said that smol evil arrived DDDD

Kampf Empire wrote:Housvitz narrows his eyes as he looks at Dianne.

"And what would, 'Allies and brothers of Serkin,' mean exactly. Because it sounds very much like treason against the Staat and foreign collusion against Kampfian values."

Dianne simply laughed, before looking back at him. "Treason? Does religious links of our people mean treason towards the Kampf Empire?" She asked. "They are allies and brothers of Serkin since the religion we support links us. We go against anything together." Dianne explained.

Of Centralist Brexit wrote:"I've been designated by my 'superior' to follow you to your Base of operations along with my men. you Do have a radio in that excuse of a transport?" 'Alpha' responded, wanting to quickly cut to business whilst maintaining communication with the Colonel.

The Colonel looked at her for a moment, without saying anything. "Indeed, we do have a radio in here." She replied, seconds later.

OOC: "Excuse of a transport"? Heck, LEMME SLAP EM.

Peatiktist wrote:My point is that Usnistan has no land connection to Nonscio or Araseos, but still spread enough Islam equivilant there for it to spawn a kingdom.

Then again, probably the same thing with the Christian equivilant.

I did explain in a dispatch that the Kingdom of Sanctmunitis (a medieval kingdom) did risky sailings to get Unistani traders to Nonscio.

Shavara wrote:I did explain in a dispatch that the Kingdom of Sanctmunitis (a medieval kingdom) did risky sailings to get Unistani traders to Nonscio.

Huh. I wonder who brought Christianity to Levantin.

Serkin wrote:

The Colonel looked at her for a moment, without saying anything. "Indeed, we do have a radio in here." She replied, seconds later.

OOC: "Excuse of a transport"? Heck, LEMME SLAP EM.

OOC: Aight what Cars are you using to transport your bois?
The Major breaths a sigh of relief that they are at least equipped, amplified by the gas mask.
"Good, can you write down what channel you are using so we can communicate on the way to your base, I'd rather stay in a more Protected Vehicle then that."

Levantin wrote:Huh. I wonder who brought Christianity to Levantin.

Unlike Earth, this will be a much more complicated story other than the "continents not connected" part.

Shavara wrote:I did explain in a dispatch that the Kingdom of Sanctmunitis (a medieval kingdom) did risky sailings to get Unistani traders to Nonscio.

Pretty risky yeah.

Sailing BC era ships between continents doesn't seem like something a sane person would do.

Shavara wrote:Unlike Earth, this will be a much more complicated story other than the "continents not connected" part.

Yeah. Also keep in mind Arab traders were able to convert Indonesia and Malaysia to Islam despite the distance of travel involved.

I imagine Christianity came through the Crusades perhaps.

Levantin wrote:Yeah. Also keep in mind Arab traders were able to convert Indonesia and Malaysia to Islam despite the distance of travel involved.

I imagine Christianity came through the Crusades perhaps.

Indonesia and Malaysia got converted through the Mughals though.

Peatiktist wrote:Pretty risky yeah.

Sailing BC era ships between continents doesn't seem like something a sane person would do.

That's why sailors of that Kingdom were considered legends, but because of those legends, a bit more sailing activity came in. Not that they immediately became common, but they were ultimate keys to get other-continental merchants and treasures, most of the Unistani merchants even permanently moved to settle in Nonscio and bring their faiths.

Levantin wrote:Yeah. Also keep in mind Arab traders were able to convert Indonesia and Malaysia to Islam despite the distance of travel involved.

I imagine Christianity came through the Crusades perhaps.

I would say Polynesians travelled far in the pacific ocean, but Romans (something that Sanctmunitis is kind of based off) weren't full-on maritime people.

Zukchiva wrote:i am literally going to rant

omg you are a bold one

Oh, Merlo is here.

Peatiktist wrote:Indonesia and Malaysia got converted through the Mughals though.

Marco Polo reported one Indonesian Muslim town in 1296, and the Mughals werent founded until 1526

Peatiktist wrote:Oh, Merlo is here.

Hello Merlovich.

Because of the discussion we were having, I'm kinda glad that the realism probability of the emirate that I wrote about increased a bit more.

Technocratic Tagalog wrote:The king meets the ambassador halfway to give him a proper handshake and a introduction.

"Welcome to Nix Alba, Mr. Ambassador. I believe you know me so let's skip the pleasantries, we are glad to have you here." King Andro said to the ambassador as he let out a chuckle giving the ambassador a flower necklace(those things that were given when someone visits the country u know) to wear. It was the national flower, Tata, with white and light blue colors embedded on the flower petals with a soft yellow pollen in middle. King Andro, along the ambassador walked to the car that was provided for the meeting.

Ooc:uwu

As the Ambassador accepts the Handshake and the flower necklace, wearing it as a show of Respect, the Ambassador followed the King to the Car, he Looked around and as he was in the Car, he said, "Beautiful Country." As he looked around.

Shavara wrote:Hello Merlovich.

Because of the discussion we were having, I'm kinda glad that the realism probability of the emirate that I wrote about increased a bit more.

Hello, just stalking, don't mind me.

Merlovich wrote:Hello, just stalking, don't mind me.

Cool
B)
Want to see my emirate post?

Great Algerstonia wrote:Marco Polo reported one Indonesian Muslim town in 1296, and the Mughals werent founded until 1526

Ah.
I overestimated when the Mughals were founded.

Just through India then.
And maybe traders that went from Arabia. But they had ports they could stop at along the way. They weren't sailing across an entire ocean with no stops.

Merlovich wrote:Hello, just stalking, don't mind me.

oh shi your alive

Levantin wrote:Yeah. Also keep in mind Arab traders were able to convert Indonesia and Malaysia to Islam despite the distance of travel involved.

I imagine Christianity came through the Crusades perhaps.

In our timeline, Christianity spread quickly through Europe by a combination of the Catholic Church catering to human needs better, the promise of salvation and eternal life by the Church, and because Christianity was initially founded as a movement for the lower class- which was the mass majority in Rome during that period- which made Christianity popular to the masses

Serkin wrote:Dianne simply laughed, before looking back at him. "Treason? Does religious links of our people mean treason towards the Kampf Empire?" She asked. "They are allies and brothers of Serkin since the religion we support links us. We go against anything together." Dianne explained.

"Considering they gunned down a high ranking official of the Kampfian Army, yes, I would say that this counts as Treason against Kampfia. But it also makes me wonder, what were you planning with them."

Of Centralist Brexit wrote:OOC: Aight what Cars are you using to transport your bois?
The Major breaths a sigh of relief that they are at least equipped, amplified by the gas mask.
"Good, can you write down what channel you are using so we can communicate on the way to your base, I'd rather stay in a more Protected Vehicle then that."

should i have mentioned that Serkin does not write down an actual Radio channel as I would not be surprised if her knowledge is as good as mine...
Non existent

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