1. kasumigenx

    Defeat of Bolkiah, a Philippines timeline
    Threadmarks: A Sultan’s defeat

    On a certain date in the late 1400s and the beginning of the 1500s, the Bruneians led by Nakhoda Ragam Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei would be defeated in their attempt to sack Tondo and Tondo would continue to be the hub of trade of China with the Malay Archipelago, the Pasig Channel or Pasig River...
  2. kasumigenx

    Christian Brunei
    Threadmarks: Agustin de Legaspi and his legacy

    “On 1590, the forces of Agustin de Legaspi would expel the Spanish from the colony of the Philippines and later taken Brunei from Mohammed Hassan, son of Saiful Rijal who usurped his wife’s rightful inheritance and established a unified country from the South of the Sultanate of Selurong down to...
  3. ialociN_Nicolai_11x2_1995

    Side A: The Korean Peninsula under British control. Side B: Denmark takes over all of Korea, plus Norway, Finland, Iceland, the Baltics, etc.

    Warning! This might be a prologue while it is [still] under construction. #DanishKorea - "Danish Korea" #DanishFarEast - "Danish Far East" So, I would show to you mates what does Side B mean, through a map I edited seen below: So, if not only the Danish would have colonised the whole Korean...
  4. kasumigenx

    Magellan Survives
    Threadmarks: Magellan Survives

    On 1521, Humabon and Zula would join the battle with Magellan and defeated the the force of Lapulapu and for that reason, Magellan would be able to pacify Cebu and Butuan under the Spanish crown as colonies of Spain and the Spanish would initially establish Cebu as the capital of the Islands of...
  5. kasumigenx

    WI: Bruneian Empire(Philippines) Christianizes on its own

    What would be the consequence of the Bruneian Empire Christianizing on its own, how would it be different from the Philippines.
  6. AHC: Earliest Possible Philippine Independence (American Period)

    With a POD start by 1917 where the Jones Law i just signed and it is stated where the united states must free the Philippines, when they see that the country has the capability to self determination. Free the Philippines as soon as possible. possible leaders ? and consequences?
  7. No Magsaysay Presidency, Instead Quirino won reelection, Philippines 1950s

    what will happen if Magsaysay never became president of the Philippines and instead Quirino stayed at president. I had been doing some research about Quirino's presidency and most of his policies are actually good and pro Filipino, believing that the Philippines if recovered wont need the US for...
  8. kasumigenx

    DBWI The Bruneian Empire is not restored as a Christian Empire

    The Island of Selurong(Luzon) is divided into two after the Bruneian Empire got restored into a Christian Empire due to Tarik, later Tarik I of Selurong, a rival claimant to Tondo helping Agustin De Legaspi but it ended up with the Island divided into two, prior to this Tarik focused on his own...
  9. WI: Magellan and co. win the Battle of Mactan

    In 1521, Ferdinand Magellan and his surviving men arrived in what would later be called the Philippines. There, he befriended a local ruler named Humabon, who was the Raja of Cebu. Humabon, his primary wife, and many of his subjects agreed to convert to Christianity. When Humabon ordered the...
  10. (Philippines recognized by usa 1899). Antonio Luna Launches a Failed Coup to Oust Aguinaldo in 1901 which resulted in a civil war. What happens next

    Well you read the thread so what will happen if that happens. You cant just say germany japan or any GP getting it. remember the Philippines has it's independence protected by the usa. Foreign powers can only aid both sides. Civil war starts at 1901. You can use edited maps and other graphics to...
  11. Philippine president Magsaysay served two terms?

    It seems that Ramon Magsaysay was one of the better presidents of the Philippines during the 20th century, but his administration was tragically cut short when he died in a plane crash in March 1957, months away from the end of his term. So WI the crash didn't happen? I assume he'd run for...
  12. kasumigenx

    Baptism of Brunei – A Philippine Alternatehistory
    Threadmarks: Agustin de Legaspi and his legacy

    “On 1590, the forces of Agustin de Legaspi would expel the Spanish from the colony of the Philippines and later taken Brunei from Mohammed Hassan, son of Saiful Rijal who usurped his wife’s rightful inheritance and established a unified country from the South of the Sultanate Selurong down to...
  13. Viva Nueva Republica! : Philippines won the Phil Am war
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1 Battle of Manila, And Events From 1899 to Mid June 1900s

    Chapter one: Battle of Manila 1899 - Mid June 1900s Prelude: Shots had been fired, war has started. The Filipinos had now realized that the Americans are not here to liberate the islands, but they are here to invade the Philippines for themselves, their personal imperialist ambitions. It...
  14. kasumigenx

    A Different Philippines
    Threadmarks: Spare the Pagans

    On the early 1600’s the Spanish would end proselytizing with the Hindus of the Upper Cagayan Valley River after the Magalat Revolt and the Irraya would stop revolting against the Spanish and the Spanish would militarily retreat and for some reason the Catholic Priests leave the Hindu tribes of...
  15. kasumigenx

    Infidel Dawn - A Philippines timeline
    Threadmarks: Infidel Dawn

    On a day on the late 1600s, tribes that resisted the Spanish, the Irraya, Irrita, Gaddangs and Yogad would start to rebound and start to repropagate and increase in population despite the blockade from trade and what the Spanish would do against them they will increase in population, the faith...
  16. SunKing105

    WI: Manila receives less damage in WW2?

    Manila, capital of the Philippines and one of the biggest cities on the Archipelago, was one of the most heavily damaged cities in WW2, with urban street fighting destroying a huge portion of the city, and valuable historical landmarks. General Tomoyuki Yamashita considered a possible defense of...
  17. SunKing105

    WI: Ferdinand Marcos dies in WW2?

    The future Philippine president and dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, whose reign saw numerous human rights violations, the Moro conflict, a crushing debt crisis, and other woes, was involved in WW2 as a 3rd lieutenant in the US Armed Forces in the Philippines who was activated for service following...
  18. kasumigenx

    WI: Temur Khan or Zhenjin of Yuan or Mongols takes a Princess from Luzon/Selurong, Empress Sasaban as his concubine

    From what I researched Raden Wijaya took a Princess from Luzon as his first wife who he married while he was trying to take over Singhasari to establish Majapahit only to abandon her and erase her from history and her children would go on and sire noble clans in that island and her lands would...
  19. KingOnTheEdge

    AHCWI: Spanish India

    Despite kickstarting the age of exploration with their Aztec gold and controlling the 4th largest empire in history at its height (then the largest by a huge margin), Spain didn't have much of an Asian empire. The Philippines were good for what they were, plantations and a stop on the way to...
  20. kasumigenx

    Victory of Dharma - A Philippines TL
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On 1660, the population of the Hindus in Saludong would turn for the better which would change the fate of the colony of the Spanish in Saludong or the Spanish Nueva Castilla, on the 1660s the Hindus would take advantage of the strife and take a few lands from the Christians in the Northern half...