that’s exactly what they were talking about what are you saying
I'm laughing at your recent post of Turkey bottoming. It looks like the person who is topping him is flapping their arms as in trying to fly away XD I love your take on the Ottoman gang (which I'll be calling them).
buth HE IS
now picture 2 guys having sex and flying with the topping guy flapping his arms
so beautiful, so wonderful, nature’s true meaning
and Ottoman Gang seems pretty accurate to me, more than Ottoman family btw!
I would like to see you bottoming.
dont give me that look anon
sexy turkey makes me laugh i'm sorry
the more i look at it the more i laugh myself to be honest
i’m glad you show hungary’s history with the ottomans bc the fandom usually focuses only on her habsburg days and even falsely calls her germanic.
well the fact Himaruya shows her almost always with Austria or Prussia also made me think “hey could be nice to see she’s a little more than focused on the germanics”
This is a stupid question...well, I read your "Who's who" section and I've read on some more stuff of the Ottoman Empire. Why isn't Ukraine on here? Wasn't that country part of the empire too (I'm sorry if you already answered this.)
and it’s not a stupid question dear anon, it’s just that it’s not easy to make something coherent with History.
For example, I made Hungary part of the Ottoman and later with the Habsburg, while Himaruya put her directly with the Habsburgs (at least from what he shows), and all of this because actual Hungary has been with the Habsburg from the 16th century, then the Ottomans arrived with their big feet and divided it (here a map of how it was, you can see a part of Hungary called ‘Kingdom of Hungary’ and all the BIG ASS green stuff is Ottoman possessions).
What I mean by this is : personally if I want to make something relatively coherent AND FOREMOST simple, I have to chose one side or another, so I chose the Ottoman side for a bunch of reasons. (one of them being I just felt like it and yeepee)
For Ukraine, it’s the same idea, part of Ukraine being an Ottoman vassal and such, yet in my opinion Ukraine’s history with the Polish-Lithuanian alliance and the Cossaks is far more interesting.