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Funniest Thing the Computer has Said?

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Stories & Tales' started by KnightOwl, Oct 31, 2001.

  1. jodox

    jodox Chieftain

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    I gotta go with the i'll show you mine if you show me your's
     
  2. jodox

    jodox Chieftain

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    I got the same thing too
    ;)
     
  3. Tom|420

    Tom|420 Warlord

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    The best unit that Inca have -- that we know of -- is the Worker.
     

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  4. grahamiam

    grahamiam In debt to Mr. Geisel

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    I got this from Korea in GoTM 26 in early December. :D

    I had just finish capturing the 6th Korean city (they had 10 when the war started) and was about to make a peace deal to extract the last remaining techs of the AA.

    FYI, Korea is dark purple (at the top of the left landmass) and I am light blue.

     
  5. CIVPhilzilla

    CIVPhilzilla Reagan Republican

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    Queen Isabella of the Spaniards. Saying you can kiss my royal...

    Lemme try to find the screen shot.
     
  6. benjamin28

    benjamin28 Warlord

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    I believe that Mao, with his cheap-poetry commentaries is the best in quotes.
    Sorry, I have the Spanish version and I don't know how it is in English, but is something like that:

    "Trying to (I don't remeber what) is futile: you only get insolation and sand in your slips".
     
  7. Gladinia

    Gladinia Well, who else

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    LOL LOL LOL!!!
     
  8. GHOST9

    GHOST9 Transformed

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    Does anybody else think it is interesting that when you change world maps, they say, "I'll show you mine if you show me yours?"

    Also, Make any AI Furious and they say funny stuff.
     
  9. Cuivienen

    Cuivienen Deity

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    Isabella: "Is that a Byzantine hobo near Toledo?"
     
  10. benjamin28

    benjamin28 Warlord

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    Now I remember:

    Mao: "Lending you money is the same than throwing sand in the sea: the only thing you get is insolation and sand in the slips"

    And: "Is written that someone who is not invited is like an ant in a picnic... What is your army doing near (Beijing)"

    I believe Mao should improve his poetry.
     
  11. Soulreaver

    Soulreaver Warlord

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    Isabella "I am Isabella king of spain"....... what!? your a queen
     
  12. jaafit

    jaafit Chieftain

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    I was playing at 1:30 in the morning, and my domestic advisor said, "Sleep is for the weak." At least, I think she said that...
     
  13. Cuivienen

    Cuivienen Deity

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    In the Sengoku Conquest:

    Trade Advisor: "Hail to the Daimyo, Baby!"

    Too many things strange about that...:goodjob:
     
  14. trumpeteer

    trumpeteer Player of Trumpet

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    Nice. That's the greatest paint document you've ever edited. :lol:
     
  15. Point13

    Point13 Like a ton of bricks!

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    personally i love the phrase

    "The Aztec horsmen thrist for blood! Give us what we want or be trampled beneath our hooves" something like that

    in the modern age!!!!

    also on page 10 i see an errr lovely foreign advisor... POINT ME TO IT!
     
  16. Point13

    Point13 Like a ton of bricks!

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    also, 3 words "increase your medication"

    I LOVE THAT
     
  17. barbslinger

    barbslinger Gun blast'n shot drinker

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    I get a kick when some backwards civ with 2 cities wants to give me his worldmap for my worldmap and a tech! What is he thinking, that I'll accidentally hit O.K.

    Also when I threatened Abe one time he said I was all hat and no horses.
     
  18. Point13

    Point13 Like a ton of bricks!

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    everybody wants tech for map... grrr...
    and when Smoke Jaguar says (i was Spain in this case)

    Isabella, it is nice to see your light grace my temple. What shall we discuss today my brother?
     
  19. saintly_saint

    saintly_saint Regent

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    Dealing with you is like shoveling in the sand, all you get for your trouble is a bad sunburn and sand in your shorts

    to quote someone i've learned quite a lot from
    -Chairman Mao
     
  20. PresidentRansom

    PresidentRansom Chieftain

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    No one else seems to have ever gtten this one, which I thought was really funny: it was from Elizabeth (in Monarchy) after I (in Democracy) apologized for some goof (having troops in her territory, I think). She said something along the lines of "Yes, well, that's what you get for making choosing a leader a popularity contest."
     

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