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Discussion in 'Civ3 - Multi-site Demo Game: High Council' started by Mariner II, Feb 6, 2003.

  1. Mariner II

    Mariner II Chieftain

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    my thread is created, now, I need some help with the basics of this game. What is it, how is it different from the other demogame, etc.
     
  2. Goonie

    Goonie Lonely End of the Rink

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    Salut. J'aime voir des autres Canadiens :)! Anyways the only way this is different is that we play other websites instead of the AI.
     
  3. Fier Canadien

    Fier Canadien Citizen

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    And that there seems to be a lot more canadians involved in ratio than in the Single Dg.

    Just a spammy post like that.
     
  4. Grandmaster

    Grandmaster Chieftain

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    /me wonders what this has to do with Gingerbread Man......
     
  5. Padma

    Padma the Inbond Administrator

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    @Grandmaster: I think they just don't have a full grasp of the potential of "PM", yet. ;)
     
  6. Mariner II

    Mariner II Chieftain

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    no, he asked me to make a thread to answer my questions (why, I don't know)

    Anyways, seems like a sick game...I'll join (even though im already in). I just have one thing to say...

    Aux Armes
    fils de Montcalm et de Chateauguay

    And no, I am not a separitist, and I am living in Canada (montreal, the best city to live in BTW)
     
  7. Mariner II

    Mariner II Chieftain

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    Salutations
     
  8. Goonie

    Goonie Lonely End of the Rink

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    Im glad you aren't a separatist. If you were, we would not get along :p!
     
  9. eyrei

    eyrei Chieftain Retired Moderator

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    No offense to anyone, but this thread really doesn't seem to serve a purpose. If you want a FAQ thread, start one that looks decent, and I will sticky it. ;)
     
  10. Mariner II

    Mariner II Chieftain

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    yaya, sounds good
     
  11. Mariner II

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    yaya, sounds good (FAQ)

    On a related note, how does separitism effect you down there in toronto?
     
  12. Gingerbread Man

    Gingerbread Man Dark Magus

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    For all of you who dont know, I asked Mariner to start a new thread, because he threadjacked since he didn't know where else to post his question.

    Anyway, what is the demogame? the demogame is like a bunch of people all leaning over a player's shoulder and telling him/her what to do. Exept the player is allowing us to tell him/her what to do. This is a sort of bad example.

    So how do we do it? every month we elect a president. Every couple of days we give the elected president instructions on how he is going to play the game on behalf of all the demogamers. Each person takes care of different instructions, e.g. the governors give instructions of a certain number of cities, and the military Advisor tells the president what he must do with all the military units. Instructions are given for the next 10-20 turns.

    The president then enters a chat room, and any citizen of the demogame can enter that chat room. Together, whoever is there plays the next 10-20 turns of the game, then posts the results. Everybody then posts any new instructions, and the cycle continues.
     

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