I hope that Misia can retain its independence.
Chesapeake was basically done the moment Tsenecommacah turned its guns and horses against it. The English really didn’t have as large a permanent presence in the city like they did along the Wepistuk (where some control was necessary to reach the northern Misian ports) and Takamcook (the main hub of English activity in North America).Surprising that the English traders did not offer Chesapeake protection in exchange for subjugation, if it was such a major port and relatively easily controlled by a naval presence due to being a city-state essentially.
Wow, looks like we're seeing the start of new Native powers arising. By the way, can I ask how you made the maps and the wikibox? Been wanting to make some of my own.
Maps I use apple paint. For the Wikibox I just googled a thing for making them.By the way, can I ask how you made the maps and the wikibox? Been wanting to make some of my own.
While canonically there have been previous large states in the region, they eventually collapsed. With guns and horses, things are starting to change. The Misians will actually now have to deal with large unified states to its east, and now they have to manage relations with the English, the Haudenosaunee, and the Tsenecommacan–Wabanaki Alliance, not to mention the Spanish to the south.Wow, looks like we're seeing the start of new Native powers arising.