Quote from Dom4419 »Fiore is already based on Rome. Maybe not the time of gladiators and such but i doubt they'll make two planes based on the same real world location just different eras.
Quote from ilovesaprolings »Quote from Dom4419 »Fiore is already based on Rome. Maybe not the time of gladiators and such but i doubt they'll make two planes based on the same real world location just different eras.
Fiora is based on Italy during Renaissance (and particularly Firenze). While that is certanly linked to the roman empire, it's not the same.
Quote from leslak »WEll this whole conversation could have been avoided if people did a quick research of Slavic culture and historical politic sistem. Guess “I think in my guts” is a better argument.
Do a research on Romans too. It is not because azorious senate law makers looks like a bunch of greek philosophies that they are clearly a Roman inspiration. The argument of pop culture don’t fit that much either but we can agree that for a only movies fan of Rome it may look like it.
There are some parallels and there are a lot of differences to actually make a Roman set.
Quote from DraxA MAN CAN DREAM AND GET HIS SIMPLE MATHEMATICS WRONG.
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Quote from Creedmoor »I always thought that Ravnica seemed more like a collective of worldviews and civilizations blended into one "urban" world. It never seemed like it was taken from one culture only to me, so I don't see where people get that from.