LET'S GO! Larga vida a los trastamaras!
There is just so much untapped potential in the scenario where a son of Ferdinand and Isabella surviving, and not the otl frail prince they had, but a older, stronger and determined King with Navarre as his wife's dowry, unlimited potential and the whole of Spain at his fingertips and the POTENTIAL. *mourns that it never came to pass*
 
There is just so much untapped potential in the scenario where a son of Ferdinand and Isabella surviving, and not the otl frail prince they had, but a older, stronger and determined King with Navarre as his wife's dowry, unlimited potential and the whole of Spain at his fingertips and the POTENTIAL. *mourns that it never came to pass*
Same girl, the trastamaras and the catholic monarchs specially deserved better.
 
" Raising Pint of Larger" well were very gratefull for all the work you have inspired me to write a timeline inspired by this one
Edit whats comming in 1517 is it Philips death
 
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They must definitely are. Burgundy is prospering and Philip is honoring their memories with his excellent rulership
They must be proud of John to as he went down fighting like his father against the french, even if his nephew killed him. Yikes, Charles IX is the grandson of Charles and Margaret and he slew his uncle. Poor Isabella, her husband gets killed by her half-sister's son and her son kills her younger brother.

On the other hand, Charles the Bold must be bragging his ass off at his grandson Charles of Lorraine's accomplishment at killing the gooddamn King of France in battle.
 
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