This is a discussion thread for everyone interested in playing and experimenting with online games such as the cookbook series, the immortal university and deity challenge series. Good idea to move this to its own thread Dirk, I don't want to highjack an ongoing game either if it can be avoided. I actually took part in the first immortal cookbook game which featured Roosevelt. However I felt a lack of time and a lack of interest after a while since it was played on epic speed, also the updates where a bit infrequent and the player base dropped for each round. Now there's been a couple suggestions for another take on an online series of this kind. I guess a good place to start however would be to try to gauge the general interest in the community for another game of this sort. Please make a post if you're interested in partaking in an immortal or deity level challenge of this kind and what your preferences for such a game is, normal immortal, difficult immortal, or deity? (please don't say difficult deity ). JK, you can say whatever you want of course. It would also be good to know what speed people prefer and if they want any special map settings or such. I would personally like a cookbook style deity challenge (where there's a vote at the end of each round) given that there's enough interest and time to get a group of at least 6-8 people that can se the series through. I believe that a collective game like this would lower the difficulty a bit since some people should succeed where other fail and perhaps vice versa the next round so that the game is kept alive. However, I'm certainly willing to partake of some sort of immortal cookbook challenge as well if people don't want to make it a deity level game. My preference is normal speed, I used to play epic but actually changed it to be better able to keep up with silverbullet's rapidfire succession of immortal university threads a while ago, and I never looked back. I also tend to favour fractal or other random maps as they present another hurdle for the player to overcome in terms of what strategy to employ. So, feel free to join the discussion!