Musketeer: “As soon as I got on the ship bound for the New World, I was suddenly teleported to the battlefield in the middle of the land. Then I’ve fired dozens of times. I’m lucky I’m not dead yet, and I’ve never run out of ammo.”
It’s a game.
The Chinese banner armies in history is by no means composed of two types of soldiers as in the game. In Chinese history, there were barracks and stables, but just no academies that were deliberately set up for military education. In the history of China’s defense, there were forts, frontier armed towns, and border garrisons, but there were few buildings that meet the definition of “castle” in English. Even so, when we talk about how Asian civs can remove stereotypes, we don’t ask for the real culture and appearance of Asians everywhere, especially the essence (the core I stated before. I finally found the correct word.) of these civs.
Then, why must the plaza and ceremonies in the game be the same as the gatherings of the native people in real?
The best answer must be easy to understand rather than confusing, at least in my opinion.