I'll be checking in on this thread now and then and hope I can answer any questions you may have.
If so, I so love that game! I bought it on ebay for a dirty cheap price, brand spanking new. I love that game as much as A&A. I don't know, it's just something about economies and taking over the world that I like.
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For me, Medieval is over with the Renaissance.
Anyways, if you do make a Medieval game Larry I'd like to be involved; I've already contributed to Britannia and several Wars of the Roses games, so this is my specialist area.
As for the term Middle Ages 1066-1453, with the coming of the Crusades, brought more money into S.&W. Europe, thus dooming feudalism and the Byzantine Empire(the Fourth Crusade pretty much bankrupt the Empire, and, financial poor kingdoms usually do not last long).
So much for the renaissance, as it started in Italian city states, in the 1200s and spread to the rest of medieval Europe.
The best time factor for Larry's new game could be from the 900s to 1200s, as it has the elements of the Dark Ages, Middle Ages, and a bit of the Renaissance in it(just leave the dark fortress guarded by a wizard, an army of the dead and a dragon, awaiting an assault by Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in fantasy land), thanks, Pellulo
My vote would be a Battle of Agincourt, no Joan, just good old Henry V.
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