The vandal kingdom is a rather intriguing part of history to me. An Arian Christian state in north Africa, centered around Rome's old enemy city of Carthage, it met its end due to a loss to then-Christian Berbers that prompted a revolt against religious freedom being given to Trinitarians and the intervention of Justinian I. But that is a very specific situation that did not need to happen. So, assuming Hoemar beat the Berbers, and was able to purge the more revolt happy parts of the royal family, what are some broad-strokes that we might see ttl? would there be a major araian power speaking African romance (which i imagine would become known as Vandallan or something), or would it eventually catholicize? what might this Mediterranean power mean for surviving Visigothic Spain?
side note: there's probably a decent chance Islam would be butterflied ttl by sheer luck, but i can't see any political impacts that might prevent it from at least uniting arabia, so let's assume that at least. other people more knowledgeable might have comments about the rise of the rashudin caliphate.