Just a question our of idle curosity from someoine who has too little time to read scenarios: Do you guys screw with enthno-religious identities? What I mean is the idea that X ethnicity stereotypically is Y religion. By way of the simplest example, the idea that Irish or Polish people are Catholic. Historically, that is a relatively young development stemming from the fact of them developing that identity against an Anglican respectively Lutheran/Orthodox dominant Other. In 1600, you could be a Lutheran and a Pole and nobody would find it strange. Does anyone here deliberately change these things?