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  1. AHC/WI: more monarchies in the Americas?

    Prevent the mess that was post-Napoleonic Spanish America and/or divide America into smaller states, some of which are monarchies/have George Washington become king and have the Washington dynasty somehow prevail.
  2. The Eternal Empire: Emperor Maurice dies before being overthrown

    You could always have them replace the Mongols when they are inevitably defeated. The fact that the Roman Empire exists in TTL's modern-day implies that either they defeated the mongols or reconquered Constantinople, and the moment an all-conquering genocidal empire loses a battle everything...
  3. DBWI: Unified Britain?

    What if Wessew is able to secure everything south of the Thames River before the Viking invasion, that makes them significantly stronger which could mean they're able to beat back the Great Viking Army, this would in turn force Guthrum 'the Splendid' to secure the rest of the Anglo-Saxon...
  4. WI: No Arab and Transatlantic Slave Trades

    I never contested that. No, it isn't. Trading posts might work for a while, but the Brazilwood trade was very profitable, so much so that corsairs were a thing that Portuguese ships regularly had to deal with, a French corsair expedition is the whole reason Rio de Janeiro was founded...
  5. WI: No Arab and Transatlantic Slave Trades

    Whilst I can't say much about the Caribbean, I can pretty safely assume that Brazil would develop, indeed it would develop much more than OTL, though slower in the beginning. If you look at Brazil's colonial history you'd see why. Firstly, there's a bunch of shit Europeans want, Brazilwood which...
  6. DBWI: Cuba becomes Communist

    The cold war was basically the entire world dumping 100 litres of gasoline a day into a gigantic field, what you're proposing is basically making the nations use napalm in said field.
  7. When was the Levant and Egypt lost/unconquerable to the Romans/Byzantines?

    I wouldn't doubt that, thing is, how many were there?
  8. When was the Levant and Egypt lost/unconquerable to the Romans/Byzantines?

    I'm sorry but I don't understand what you're talking about?
  9. When was the Levant and Egypt lost/unconquerable to the Romans/Byzantines?

    But by then Egypt was already thoroughly islamised, wasn't it?
  10. When was the Levant and Egypt lost/unconquerable to the Romans/Byzantines?

    As the title says, when did the Byzantine became unable to reconquer the Levant and Egypt?
  11. From the Ashes, the Purple Phoenix rises once more.
    Threadmarks: Trouble in the North

    Whilst Theodore was metaphorically shouting “this is not a phase, mom” for five years straight, other things were happening in the Empire, firstly, the regency. Zoe’s regency started off badly. The two Bulgarian envoys sent to confirm the peace demanded double the normal tribute, Zoe, knowing...
  12. From the Ashes, the Purple Phoenix rises once more.

    Nope, it's just that Phoenixes tend to rise from ashes. Thank you. Thank you for the recommendation. No, it's not an SI. I do understand where you're coming from though so I'll keep that in mind.
  13. From the Ashes, the Purple Phoenix rises once more.
    Threadmarks: Origins

    -What do you think of the city? - I asked -It looks awesome! There’s so much here! That “forum” has so many statues, all of them so big! - he replied, extending his hands trying to show the size with them. I giggled. -It was an emperor named Constans who built this right? -No, he was...
  14. DBWI: Caesar does not conquer Parthia

    But how would they deal with the tribes in Caledonia? They would be constantly attacking Britain.
  15. DBWI: Caesar does not conquer Parthia

    Or they could just leave Britain there, what would they bring? The most likely conquest after Gaul is Germania, or at least the western bits.
  16. DBWI: Caesar does not conquer Parthia

    That depends, if the Romans could have civilised the tribes than it could have brought a lot of wealth to the Romans, especially on the manufacturing side. Furthermore, such conquest would lead to a vastly different situation than IOTL as a conquest of Gaul wouldn't have pissed off the senate so...
  17. Alternate History: Explain the historical event

    I'd suggest shortening this a bit.
  18. Alternate History: Explain the historical event

    Name of an event that happened in San Diego Park. The Park's most famous attractions were two rollercoasters that would often come near to each other, almost crashing, whilst going at 80mph (130-ish kph) on the longest rollercoaster track in the world, they were named after the nearby Amazon...
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