Dear Creative Assembly,
I am so glad that you made historical turn based real time strategy games and I also loved to play your games since Total war: Empire, Total war Shogun 2, Total war Rome II and so on. But there is another history about your total war game.
I want to make a request about the history of Burmese empire. Our country, Myanmar, has existed as the largest and the most influencing empire in South-East Asia once. It has three ages. The first was the Bagan Empire which existed from 1044 to 1334 A.D, the second was two part of about the taungoo empire from 1510 to 1599 A.D and the restoration of Taungoo Empire from 1600 to 1752. The third age was the Konbaung Empire which existed from 1752 to 1885 A.D. The founder of the First Burmese empire was the King Anawrahta which was reigned from 1044 to 1077 A.D. The second age was the King Mingyi Nyo, Tabinshwehti, Bayinnaung who made the first age of Taungoo empire the largest and most influential in South East Asia, and Nanda Bayin from 1510 to 1599 A.D in the first part. The second part of the Taungoo Empire which was restored was King Nyaungyan in 1600 was from 1600 A.D to 1752 A.D . The third age of the Konbaung empire which was founded by King Alaungpaya who reigned in 1752 in the time of the second Taungoo empire collapse and reunited in 1756 and died in 1760 existed from 1752 A.D to 1885 A.D.
Well, this is about the summary of the glorious empires of my country. If you want to know about the empires in more detail you can research many resources such as in Wikipedia, Britannica, New World encyclopedia, and in Facebook Military Note Page (Link- https://www.facebook.com/MilitaryNotes
| Facebook and Facebook Group Link - စစ္မွတ္တမ္း(MNJ) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1700922683553763
| Facebook). I and Our country would appreciate you if you had made the game about our country's empires as the total war games and I will support your games forever.
Long live the Creative Assembly and Total War games. Be famous.
With the best wishes,
Myanmar Citizen and Your Total War Game Hardcore Fan,
Kaung Htet Kyaw