Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

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Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Aquinas » Wed May 18, 2016 11:16 pm

As some of you may have noticed, we have just drawn up a Real-Life Equivalents Index in order to help players with finding in-game equivalents for real-life concepts, like cultures, languages, religions and so on.

The Real-Life Equivalents Index is not compulsory, but it is there for guidance - and we are confident many players will find it both useful and interesting.

This is intended to be a living, breathing, evolving document. For this reason, this thread is here for players to suggest any additions/corrections/clarifications they would like to see made.
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Postby Prometheus79 » Fri May 20, 2016 2:29 pm

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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Aquinas » Fri May 20, 2016 9:28 pm

I love it, Prometheus! Thanks for that

Updated (although I've entered the Jewish entries into the culture section as well as the religion section).
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Autokrator15 » Tue May 24, 2016 9:48 pm

Hungarian: Endralonian (language: Syldavian), Dissuwan.

Japanese: Kunikata


New Endralonian (language: Zyldavian) is also Hungarian and Kuzaki (language: Kuzaki) is also Japanese.
Home country: Netherlands
Political Ideology: Classical-Liberalism

Particracy parties:
New Endralon/Kizenia: New Endralonian People's Party
Vanuku: Hosiaanse Conservatieven
Dundorf: Liberale Volkspartei
Saridan: Hosiaan-Democratische Unie
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Aquinas » Tue May 24, 2016 11:38 pm

Syldavian is already there, but I've added Kuzaki.
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby CCP » Mon Jun 13, 2016 6:32 pm

Can we add Artanian for European and Esinsundu for African (Dovanian (of some version) might be better for Africans but Esinsundu is already part of the game lore and used in several CPs. Kuragao is indeed a catch-all but it isn't used that way in RP nowadays and is very rare in the current game world).
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Aquinas » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:43 am

CCP wrote:Can we add Artanian for European and Esinsundu for African (Dovanian (of some version) might be better for Africans but Esinsundu is already part of the game lore and used in several CPs. Kuragao is indeed a catch-all but it isn't used that way in RP nowadays and is very rare in the current game world).


Done.
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby toro42 » Wed Jul 27, 2016 10:33 pm

Progressive Populism = Stillmanism.
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby jamescfm » Mon Oct 24, 2016 9:51 pm

Is there an established Particracy equivalent of either Rastafari or Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia? If not, am I alright to go ahead and establish one.
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Re: Real-Life Equivalents Index: feedback

Postby Akhenaten » Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:44 pm

One of hts, CCP or I are planning to start a Rastafari movement (Rasezanaism) in Malivia as part of establishing it as Jamaica/the Caribbean. Closest thing to Haile Selassie I is Ezana Yakub. viewtopic.php?p=62649#p62649

Nothing really stopping you from continuing on that path, although if we're both planning on doing this we might want to work out a common origin or something to keep everything neat.
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