cesare borgia

  1. GameBawesome

    WI: Cesare Borgia conquered Italy (AC: Brotherhood)

    I've said it plenty of times before, but I find Cesare Borgia, in my personal opinion, to be one of the most fascinating figures in Italian history. He was ambitious, even ruthless, yet intelligent and a very effective military commander and administrator, proving to be quite preferred by the...
  2. GameBawesome

    What if Cesare Borgia successful?

    Cesare Borgia, in my personal opinion, is one of the most fascinating figures in Italian history. The son of Pope Alexander VI, he was an initially a cardinal, but after the mysterious death of his brother, Juan Borgia, he stepped down from being a cardinal (A first in history), he entered a...
  3. GameBawesome

    WI: Pope Alexander VI lived to the age of 82?

    Pope Alexander VI, also known as Rodrigo Borgia, was the Pope between 1492 until his death in 1503. He was infamously of the House of Borgia, being the one to make it prominent in the Papal States and was the father of Cesare Borgia and Lucrezia Borgia. His reign as pontificate was infamously...
  4. GameBawesome

    What was Cesare Borgia's ambitions?

    Cesare Borgia. One of the most famous men during the Italian Renaissance. To some, he was a evil man, who was part of an debauched Papal Family. To others, he was a complex, brilliant man, who was villainized by rival Italian families. And to another group, he was the Villain in Assassin's...
  5. How successful could Cesare Borgia be?

    How far could Cesare Borgia have gotten? Could he have achieved significantly more than he did IOTL?
  6. GameBawesome

    WI: Cesare Borgia becomes Roman Emperor

    Based of this time line https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/cesare-borgia-a-restored-rome-timeline.410232/page-6#post-14261329 and base off this map on Deviantart https://www.deviantart.com/maonsie/art/AH-Italy-1506-533029442 What if Cesare Borgia never lost support from the Pope...
  7. WI: Cesare Borgia Lives, Can He Stage a Comeback?

    The idea was outlined in my "Anyone but Leo X": Instead of going south to Naples and winding up in Spain and then getting killed in Navarre, Cesare heads to France. There he reunites with Charlotte d'Albret, meets his daughter, Luisa (who IIRC never met her dad OTL), and because Charlotte hasn't...
  8. Joshuapooleanox

    Cesare Borgia: A Restored Rome Timeline
    Threadmarks: Cesare Borgia: A Restored Rome Timeline

    Cesare Borgia: A Restored Rome Timeline Act 1 Cesare Borgia Part 1: The Young Prince ‘While you are the mighty representative of God on Earth, after your passing there will be no glory, no hope for our house, for land determines glory in this age of might makes right.' Cesare Borgia, 1491...
  9. WI: Cesare Borgia hired Machiavelli?

    What if Machiavelli worked directly for Cesare Borgia as a strategist? How would this change Cesare Borgia's fate, and ambitions over Italy? What is the maximum Cesare Borgia could accomplish with Machiavelli's tactics, or would it change anything at all?