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  1. (TRADUCCIÓN EN CASTELLANO EN EL SIGUIENTE POST) Hello! I love this game. I've been playing it for years! But I still do not understand why in the game the Iberian culture seems the culture of the beggars, apart from the historical-artistic inaccuracies that it has. I have to understand that there is a lack of knowledge about this culture and as a scholar in the subject that I am, I would like to offer you a realistic view of it. In this first post, I want to talk a little about the cultures that were in the peninsula and take advantage to remark something that I find so disconcerting, as when Quentin Tarantino confuses Spanish culture with Mexican culture and puts the Mexicans singing flamenco in their films, and it is the language that has been put to the Iberians in the game: the vascon or euskera. In the Iberian Peninsula we have several cultures that could be classified in the following macro-cultures: Celts, who occupied the northwest widely also occupying the interior, these Celts could be divided into 2: The Celtic coast, more ¿fully? (Galaicos and Astures ...) And the Celts of Interior with more particularities (Cantabrians, Vaceans, Celtics and Carpetans / Who could almost form their own group /) Lusitanians, who are also classified as Celts but have a markedly differentiated culture and also linked with the Vettones. Turdetanians / Tartesic, that occupy the south of the peninsula. There are many discussions to classify this culture since the area was a heap and meeting of cultures. Let's leave it there. Celtiberians, who occupied the interior of the peninsula, and as its etymology indicates Iberian and Celtic features. Iberians, who occupied the Mediterranean coast. Can be classified in two: Iberian Levantine, located on the east coast and more linked with the Mediterranean Sea. Iberian Betic, located in the southern region and more linked specifically with the "Sistema Bético" (Some mountains in the southeast). Basques, who occupied a small region on the Cantabrian coast to the north, being a "locked in itself" and isolated town. Curiously at present, the regions occupied by these peoples correspond (more or less) with regions, which have characteristics of ethnography and folklore, and even of language and accent. Celts: Coast: Galicia, Asturias. || Interior: Cantabria, Castilla y León, Castilla la Mancha. Lusitanians: Portugal || Vettones: Extremadura. Turdetanians / Tartesic: Western Andalusia. Celtiberians: Aragón (Fully addition) Iberians: Levantines: Catalonia and Valencia. || Betics: Murcia and Eastern Andalusia. Basques: Basque Country, La Rioja and Navarra. (The latter more gently) The Iberians spoke Iberian and it is true that we do not have a clear dictionary of this language but with a glance to understand that the Iberian culture has little to do with the Basque culture. In fact, in the area occupied by the ancient Basques, Euskera is still spoken, a language that has absolutely nothing to do with Romance languages related to Latin, in fact studies suggest that it is related to the Aquitano spoken in the south of France and the Pyrenees; While in the area that formerly occupied the Iberian people, and that is why I have highlighted the text, a language is spoken, plus a dialect of it, called Catalan. Which makes it more likely by logic, that the Catalan is more linked to the Iberian than the Basque, and therefore the Catalan should be the language they must have in the game. (See a political map of Spain and check it)
  2. The iberian mercenary Skrmisher, can shoots flaming proyectiles here i get the tvidence, i know that i can mod the ibearian skrmisher, but the flaming javelin would be the default weapon https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batalla_de_Cannas#Equipamiento
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