Talk:Historical Inaccuracies in Medieval II
Re: the comment on request for sources in the article, can't actually cite the Wikipedia article now as they deleted section, apparently as too trivial - see  however they only have half dozen pages on Total War and we have complete Wiki. Anyway I've backed out my editorialising which was based on something no-longer visible! I'm sure other references are around on forums but haven't time to find individually at the moment.
I think we do need to allow room to include reasonable criticisms / comments on the game here though so suggest leaving article for future expansion. (Have cited source for Budapest's history and its definitely in game.) --Makanyane 12:08, 13 July 2007 (CDT)
I hope I'm posting this correctly to discussion.
Just to log an historical inaccuracy about the start position of Crete/Iraklion in the vanilla/Kingdoms game. It should be Byzantine. From the Wikipedia article on Crete:
In 960, Nikephoros Phokas reconquered the island, which remained under Byzantine control until 1204, when it fell into the hands of the Venetians at the time of the Fourth Crusade.
FootSoldier 07:04, 23 December 2010 (MST)