KhergitLancer80 said:Huge wall of OPINIONS.
First of all the word "interesting" is objective. What is interesting to me, the other posters, and you, could all be and mean different things. I don't see what your complaining about the lack Genghis or mongol movies has to do with anything. Maybe you should join an activist group or protests in those countries and force them to make more movies about their history?
Khuzaits are nothing like other people? Well theyre like the mongols and tartars, scythians, sarmatians, parthians, sassanid persians, also the comanches in america as they all use horse archery and hit and run tactics plus the crusaders even employed the turcopoles which were greek and turkic horse archers. Also at the yurt comment, there are tents? There were Indian tipi's? They didnt have a patent on those. Unique can also be objective, Roman warfare tactics might be unique to me. Greek hoplite warfare is very unique to me or others. Norman warfare might be.
Its not western history's fault its in the spotlight so much, and that definitely doesn't degenerate its uniqueness to me and many other people.