1. kasumigenx

    Son of Yangtze, a Chu Timeline(Austric/Hmong Mien China)
    Threadmarks: Son of Yangtze

    On 2000 AD, a minister from the Chu Empire, whose language[1] is distantly related to the Southern Islanders[2] and the Kingdoms of the South would talk to the minster of Ligurian Empire in the East whose people are descendant of the Italic which was majorly swamped out by the Etruscans and...
  2. kasumigenx

    Only one Imperialism
    Threadmarks: A battle that never happened and a colony aborted

    The chieftain of Macabebe would accept that Lakandula had decided to make friends with the Spanish and decided to not marry the woman that he was engaged in and decided that he would instead focus on trying to regain the lands taken by Bolkiah, he would remain silent regarding the Spanish and...
  3. kasumigenx

    International Impacts of the Spanish not discovering and conquering the Philippines

    Since I am doing a timeline where the Spanish don't colonize and discover the Philippines, it will be quite obvious that there will be the impact of the Spanish not conquering in the territory and one of that is that Luzon would be divided into a state ruled by Bruneian dynasty and a state ruled...
  4. kasumigenx

    Princess of Heaven(Princesa del Cielo) - A Philippines/Majapahit timeline
    Threadmarks: Princess of Heaven

    In the late 15th century, Dayang Kaylangitan would have watched the defeat and death of her father, the chieftain of Tondo. Dayang Kaylangitan is in confinement in her own home after knowing the defeat of her father, the chieftain of Tondo She would refuse to marry Lontok, the son of Bolkiah...
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    Sans Le Goulet - No Treaty of Le Goulet
    Threadmarks: Sans Le Goulet

    On April 1200, Philippe Auguste would decide to set aside his bride, Agnes of Merania in favor of Ingeborg ending the interdict of Philippe Auguste and ally with Constance of Brittany ratifying the Treaty of Angers on May 1200 instead of allying with John I of England and recognize Arthur of...
  6. kasumigenx

    Politics of an Uncolonized Philippines

    -Caboloan and Macabebe and other former Majapahit Vassals that Brunei did not conquer but made tributary to them after Tondo was sacked, are basically shifting alliances with the Japanese, once the Macabebe Kingdom take control of Free Selurong land, since the Macabebeans had more political...
  7. kasumigenx

    Magellan lands right
    Threadmarks: Magellan lands right

    On 1521, Magellan would land in the Spice Islands in March 16 where he would return to the people that he have contacted back in the days which included the people that he once settled in the Spice Islands and decided to live in peacefully and stayed there for the rest of his own life. The...
  8. kasumigenx

    Oil identity in an Occitan dominated France

    What would be the identity of the Oil speakers in an Occitan-dominated France, I imagine that the dominant form of Occitan would be called Lemosin or Lemosina instead of Occitan. Since IOTL Occitan had no identity, here they would call themselves either as Lemosins or Catalans and dominate...
  9. kasumigenx

    Tres Coronas (Three crowns in one a Miguel da Paz timeline)
    Threadmarks: Two marriages

    On 1504, the betrothal of Miguel da Paz of Portugal with Madeleine of Navarre, the daughter of Catherine of Navarre would be confirmed by Louis XII and increased her dowry in order to create peace between France and England avoiding another war between the Spains and France due to Italy, the two...
  10. kasumigenx

    Union of Venice and Switzerland or some territories of the Republic of Venice with Switzerland

    Is unification of Venice and Switzerland even possible?
  11. kasumigenx

    Archduke Christoph V2
    Threadmarks: Archduke Christoph

    On 1470, the 15 year old, Archduke Christoph of Austria would marry Margaret of Thuringia, a claimant to the County of Luxembourg and the Kingdom of Bohemia, he has two brothers, Edward(1459) and John(1466) and two sisters, Helena(1460) and Kunigunde(1465), he would be a great husband to his...
  12. kasumigenx

    DBWI: Austrian, Italian and German Cuisine without Adolf Hamlin

    I really love eating in Adolf Hamlin's restaurant, he seems to combine Austrian, English, German, and Italian cuisine, he hangs replicas of his paintings in his restaurant. His parents Alois and Klara Hiedler migrated in 1899, what if it was not the case?
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    Marian Legacy
    Threadmarks: Marian Legacy

    On 1554, Mary I of England would know herself to be pregnant with the son of her husband, Philip of Austria, she would give birth to a daughter named Catherine of England on December 10, 1554, named after her mother. On 1557, a peace between the Spanish and the French in the Italian wars was...
  14. kasumigenx

    WI: Microsoft buys Yahoo and Vaio

    What if Microsoft buys Yahoo and purchases Vaio from Sony, I think this would be better than the purchases of Nokia and Skype.
  15. kasumigenx

    DBWI:If William the Bastard conquers England, does the Oil language stand a good chance against Lingua Franca and Lemosin

    If William the Bastard conquers England, does the Oil language stand a good chance against Lingua Franca/Lemosin, the Lemosin language, and Lingua Franca became the common language in France causing the Oil language to be moribund in Francia but in Lorraine and Brittany it is flourishing, would...
  16. kasumigenx

    Harold Hardrada timeline
    Threadmarks: Clemencia and Philippe

    On 1068, Clemencia of Aquitania and her new husband, Felip I of Francia would talk about Francia and the defeat of Guilhem lo Bastard, apparently, Guilhem is just known as the Bastard due to his failure in claiming England against both Harald Hardrada and Harold Godwinson. The two would talk...
  17. H.R (Slash) Pickens

    I Vow to Thee, my Country:An Alternate Canadian Timeline.
    Threadmarks: Part.1 Prologue

    Part. 1- Prologue. Canada. The Second largest country in the world, rich in culture, and more importantly… History. Today, Canada is a part of the G7, sits on the United Nations Commission for UNEF, a founding member of NATO, and a leader of Human rights and peace around the world. To...
  18. kasumigenx

    What if Mary Tudor the younger chooses to side with her father Henry VIII

    What if Mary Tudor the younger chooses to side with her father Henry VIII in the divorce instead of her mother, what would happen to the Great Matter?
  19. kasumigenx

    Disaster in Poitiers(Desastre de Peiteus) Eleanor of Aquitaine dies in 1153
    Threadmarks: Death of the Duchess

    In 1153, Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine, consort of Henry, the Duke of Anjou would die in childbirth giving birth to a stillborn son in Poitiers, making Maria, the daughter of the King of France and Eleanor of Aquitaine the Duchess of Aquitaine. Henry was said to have been devastated of that...
  20. kasumigenx

    Sin Filipinas
    Threadmarks: Aguinaldo’s death

    On April 26, 1898, the US Navy Squadron carrying Aguinaldo would have a fire causing the Ship to sink, the casualties would include Emilio Aguinaldo and George Dewey, the immediate result of this was the disintegration of the revolt of the Filipinos and the creation of new countries from the...