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ChazmanianDevil
Morgoth the first dark lord
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Aramirtheranger
• 8/25/2016

ISIS isn't Islam

This got really heated on the other wiki, so I thought I'd bring it here. To get started just post your opinion, ans we'll have a debate! Now before we start a few rules.

- No insults. An insult is defined as using derogatory language to personally target another user.

- No off topic vendetta's. If you can't control it, don't join the discussion.

- No insulting another's opinions. This includes labeling them as racist, bigotry, disgusting evil, etc.

- No CAPS.

- Any and all comments not following these rules will be removed immediately.

Have fun!

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ChazmanianDevil
Morgoth the first dark lord
Maltalidenta Kwuitidherali
Eureka Enderborn
Patrick.vtap
Aramirtheranger
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• 8/26/2016

ChazmanianDevil wrote: The barbarians thing was more cultural, and yes they backed up wars with religion, but most weren't religious in origin.

Yeah, but I'd agree they were far more peaceful than most - only Alexander being the real conqueror of a large amount of them. They mainly fought amongst themselves.

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• 8/26/2016
Well technically Alexander was Macedonian.
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• 8/26/2016

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Well technically Alexander was Macedonian.

A province of modern Greece.

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• 8/26/2016
Macedonia's currently a country.
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• 8/26/2016

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Macedonia's currently a country.

The FYRM is located where Dacia was, not Macedonia.

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• 8/26/2016

The Macedonians are concidered different for the Greeks for historical purposes. You used modern context, so I responded with the same.

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• 8/26/2016

ChazmanianDevil wrote: The Macedonians are concidered different for the Greeks for historical purposes. You used modern context, so I responded with the same.

Although really they weren't massively culturally different after Phillip II. Before then, yes, I'd count the separation. But the FYRM was just a pretentious Slavic country trying to get a piece of Greece's history. Macedonia is a province in Greece, not a country that claims to be it when it's too far north of the original area anyway.

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• 8/26/2016

Whatever, we're getting incredibly off topic anyway.

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• 8/27/2016

We don't have any opposition ;)

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