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    Location:
    New Orleans, LA, USA
    Occupation:
    Student
    My Computer:
    Laptop - 3rd gen core i7 2.1 ghz, 8gb RAM, Intel HD integ graphics, Windows 10
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    drewseph203
    Civ5 Difficulty Level:
    Emperor
    Civ5 Versions:
    • Basic Edition
    • Gods & Kings
    • Brave New World
    • DLC (various)
    Civ4 Versions:
    • Regular Edition
    • Warlords Expansion
    • Beyond the Sword Expansion
    Civ3 Versions:
    • Civilization III
    • Civilization III Gold
    • Play the World
    • Conquests
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    • Remake (2008)
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    Civilization Revolution was how I discovered the series (weak rendition that it was), and that has made all the difference.

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    Generosity is fine, if it's by your free choice, but a belief in the primacy of self-sacrifice as a moral requisite is nothing less than the sanctioning of slavery. Those who tell you that is is your responsibility and duty to sacrifice are trying to blind you to the chains they are slipping around your neck.