A kingdom becoming half populated by people from the other side of the globe within the second generation is not an accurate representation of the medieval period overall.Because I like it. After awhile, it kinda reflects the complicated web of relationships that made the feudal era, well, feudal, and more accurately depicts the kind of cross-cultural exchanges that were common in the time before nation-states and mass nationalism.
Note that use of the word "overall" before providing examples of exceptions.
As has already been established earlier in this thread, other values can be tweaked if necessary, e.g. change the threshold of relations which prevents clans from marrying. The thread title is asking for less intercultural marriage from far-away factions, not none at all, so it will still be possible for factions to marry from the other side of the world if there are zero viable candidates at home.Also it ensures that weak factions don't accidentally die out because they were too picky with the marriage partners.
I also said "red-headed whitey".In historical sources, both Kygryz and Kipchak people were described as having red hair
Pretty easy to see the difference between