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Brenador
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Brenador

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  • About

    Location:
    United States
    Occupation:
    Student
    My Computer:
    Acer Aspire series; Intel Pentium Processor E5800; 4GB RAM; Intel GMA X4500 graphics card; Windows 7 Home Premium
    Civ5 Difficulty Level:
    Prince
    Civ4 Difficulty Level:
    Prince
    Civ3 Difficulty Level:
    Regent
    Civ5 Versions:
    • Basic Edition
    Civ4 Versions:
    • Special Edition
    • Warlords Expansion
    • Beyond the Sword Expansion
    Civ3 Versions:
    • Civilization III
    • Play the World
    • Conquests
    Civ2 Versions:
    • Civilization II
    • Fantastic Worlds
    Civ1 Versions:
    Col Versions:
    • Original (1994)
    • Remake (2008)
    I have been playing Civilization as long as I have had computer games. The first computer game I ever saw was Civ 2, and I have owned every Civ game since.

    Movies, video games, adventure novels

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    “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.”
    - C.S Lewis