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Murat1480

race and ethnicity of civilizations should be added

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Please add ethnic group system for Age of Histroy 3 and add ethnicities to civilizations, for example Slavic Germanic and Latin, civilizations with the same ethnicity may have better relations with each other while civilizations with different ethnicities may have colder relations with each other and in assimilation, civilizations with the same ethnicity may be easier to assimilate while civilizations with a different ethnicity may be more difficult to assimilate. Adding ethnicities has many more benefits, for example civilizations of the same ethnicity can more easily develop relationships and alliances with each other. If you add this feature, the Game can be more specific and detailed.

I hope you add this feature. I wish you a healthy life!

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4 hours ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

bruh whose dogwater take was it that ottomans had ''arab persian'' culture for most their history 💀

I dont know, but it was the last reply, it's not like I wanted to change this ! 😅

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2 minutes ago, Wayne23lololh said:

I dont know, but it was the last reply, it's not like I wanted to change this ! 😅

i know its no problem im just joking, btw if u want check out my meme in #offtopic 

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4 hours ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

bruh whose dogwater take was it that ottomans had ''arab persian'' culture for most their history

Dude, 90% of ottoman language words were Arabic and Persian

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13 minutes ago, null said:

Dude, 90% of ottoman language words were Arabic and Persian

farsi uses arabic world

 

 

IRAN HAS ARABIC AS CULTURE CONFIRMED?!!!

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1 minute ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

farsi uses arabic world

 

 

IRAN HAS ARABIC AS CULTURE CONFIRMED?!!

Nope, Iranians use their own alphabet, which is similar to Arabic. 

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3 minutes ago, null said:

Nope, Iranians use their own alphabet, which is similar to Arabic. 

bruh i speak arabic the farsi alphabet is literally the same, the only difference is the words, i have tried to read articles in farsi and the only difference was the writing, felt like i was reading hieroglyphics 

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2 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

bruh i speak arabic the farsi alphabet is literally the same, the only difference is the words, i have tried to read articles in farsi and the only difference was the writing, felt like i was reading hieroglyphics 

This does not change the fact that the Ottoman culture was formed mainly from Arab and Persian elements. It became Turkish only after the Young Turk Revolution, or even under Ataturk (which literally translates as the father of the Turks)

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13 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

bruh i speak arabic the farsi alphabet is literally the same, the only difference is the words, i have tried to read articles in farsi and the only difference was the writing, felt like i was reading hieroglyphics 

I bet you don’t know that Constantinople became Istanbul only in 1930

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22 minutes ago, null said:

I bet you don’t know that Constantinople became Istanbul only in 1930

what does that even- where did that come from bruh i know that shi, it was called constantiyyie or asatana, stop talking to people with this sense of superiority, your spending your saturday night on some random indie game forum, humble down a notch 

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28 minutes ago, null said:

This does not change the fact that the Ottoman culture was formed mainly from Arab and Persian elements. It became Turkish only after the Young Turk Revolution, or even under Ataturk (which literally translates as the father of the Turks)

to convince me that the ottoman empire did not have a turkish culture until 1908 INCLUDING WHEN THEY WERE A SMALL BEYLIK, your out of your damn mind, just because the ottoman turkish used arabic words doesn't mean they had arab culture, the ottoman fez, the style of governance, the succession, the language, the architecture all have their own unique culture to them, to say otherwise is a great disservice to the contributions of the ottomans and turks in general, if this is some turkish secular nationalist pseudo logic then it turned on itself and instead of glorifying your race like little tribal idiots you guys now disqualified it of all of it's greatest achievements

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27 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

what does that even- where did that come from bruh i know that shi, it was called constantiyyie or asatana, stop talking to people with this sense of superiority, your spending your saturday night on some random indie game forum, humble down a notch 

I just mentioned a few historical facts, what's wrong with that? 
 

P.S. 

It was called Konstantiniyye which is Arabic form of Constantinople. 

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48 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

to convince me that the ottoman empire did not have a turkish culture until 1908 INCLUDING WHEN THEY WERE A SMALL BEYLIK, your out of your damn mind, just because the ottoman turkish used arabic words doesn't mean they had arab culture, the ottoman fez, the style of governance, the succession, the language, the architecture all have their own unique culture to them, to say otherwise is a great disservice to the contributions of the ottomans and turks in general, if this is some turkish secular nationalist pseudo logic then it turned on itself and instead of glorifying your race like little tribal idiots you guys now disqualified it of all of it's greatest achievements

Being a small beylik, the Ottomans were already strongly influenced by the Persian culture. Because they came to Asia Minor through Persia. Islam was also accepted by Ottomans from the Persians, initially being pagans. Ottoman fez, style of governance, succession, and language were also mostly Arabian and Persian. Turk element was in minority, until the rise of Turk national idea. The Ottomans didn't even call themselves Turks until the 20th century. It was a kind of insult to them. 

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19 minutes ago, null said:

 

Being a small beylik, the Ottomans were already strongly influenced by the Persian culture. Because they came to Asia Minor through Persia. Islam was also accepted by Ottomans from the Persians, initially being pagans. Ottoman fez, style of governance, succession, and language were also mostly Arabian and Persian. Turk element was in minority, until the rise of Turk national idea. The Ottomans didn't even call themselves Turks until the 20th century. It was a kind of insult to them. 

 not true 💀 where even is the proof for any of this

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21 minutes ago, null said:

I just mentioned a few historical facts, what's wrong with that? 
 

P.S. 

It was called Konstantiniyye which is Arabic form of Constantinople. 

you just assumed that i probably dont know a fact that has nothing to do with the subject, and asatana was what it was called in arabic historical texts around the napoleonic invasion of egypt, both are right, you just act like you know it all

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11 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

not true 💀 where even is the proof for any of this

Dude, just learn history. The Ottoman beylik itself in the 14 century was just a possession of the Ottoman dynasty, without reference to any culture. However, Persian culture and Islam allowed the Ottomans to take advantage of all the achievements of islamic civilisation.

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33 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

you just assumed that i probably dont know a fact that has nothing to do with the subject, and asatana was what it was called in arabic historical texts around the napoleonic invasion of egypt, both are right, you just act like you know it all

Konstantiniyye is ARABIC name of the Ottoman capital, which it has been called throughout the history of the empire. Is this has nothing with the subject?

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Just now, null said:

Konstantiniyye is Arabic name of the Ottoman capital, which it has been called throughout the history of the empire. 

both are correct as i said, it's called asatana in the textbooks in our schools as it was called that by some historians at the time of the british invasion of egypt 

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4 minutes ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

both are correct as i said, it's called asatana in the textbooks in our schools as it was called that by some historians at the time of the british invasion of egypt 

So nothing wrong with ARABIC name of capital?

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2 hours ago, OwnM3Z0 said:

to convince me that the ottoman empire did not have a turkish culture until 1908 INCLUDING WHEN THEY WERE A SMALL BEYLIK, your out of your damn mind, just because the ottoman turkish used arabic words doesn't mean they had arab culture, the ottoman fez, the style of governance, the succession, the language, the architecture all have their own unique culture to them, to say otherwise is a great disservice to the contributions of the ottomans and turks in general, if this is some turkish secular nationalist pseudo logic then it turned on itself and instead of glorifying your race like little tribal idiots you guys now disqualified it of all of it's greatest achievements

Actually, it is wrong to start Ottoman history from small beylik in Anatolia. Because Ottomans were succeders of the Roman empire. Mehmed II after conquest of Constantinople, which means expulsion of the Venetians from there, assumed the title of Kayser i Rum. 

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It would be logical to simply combine cultures into groups and supergroups, and the stronger the bond (culture >group > supergroup), the greater the bonuses (accelerated assimilation, cheaper peace making, a bonus to improving relationships, etc.)

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