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Let's Go...Dutch?!?!

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Stories & Tales' started by mbkkbm, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. mbkkbm

    mbkkbm Silly American

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    exactly.
     
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    mbkkbm Silly American

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    trexeric (or backwards 'cirexert')

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    Really? Wow, I forgot this existed...
     
  4. mbkkbm

    mbkkbm Silly American

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    As did I.
     
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    Keep it coming mbkkbm, this is GREAT!!!!!!!!
     
  6. mbkkbm

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    HISTORY OF THE WORLD: THE NETHERLANDS

    In 1812, the Second World Congress convened. A brutal and bitter diplomatic battle was to erupt over every city.

    Spain struck first, demanding Arguim from Portugal. The Dutch supported Spain, as it hurt Portugal. With the Dutch leading the charge, the motion was passed, and the Portuguese lost Arguim. The Khmer struck next, wanting and getting Guangzhou from the Chinese, to the silent amusement of the Dutch, who really did not care. Tokugawa, as last time, made no requests. The Chinese wanted the small city of Chojbalsan, and the Dutch minister was, by this time, asleep, they got their city. Washington, from the upstart United States, made no requests. The Turkish wanted Makkah, the capital of the old Arabia, but, as the Dutch minister had woken up from his snooze, and voted no, they were soundly denied. The Portuguese asked for a small, harmless city, but, the Dutch minister, who was now angrier than ever after being woken up again voted no and crushed the proposition. Mali, the humble African power, asked for Tripolis, and got it, as he made no enemies. Yet. The Dutch, yet again, asked for Oporto, but was denied.
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    After this excitement, a new statue was unveiled in Riga. This massive statue, called the Statue of Liberty, was designed to prove that the Netherlands, not the Americans, were the most free and industrious peoples. The Americans, obviously, took offense; but, as the Dutch military could kill them in about a year, they did not make too much of a fuss.
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    Three years later, in 1820, a massive Palace for the Prime Minister was built in ‘s-Gravenhage, as the minister spent most of his time there, if he was not in Amsterdam.
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    Meanwhile, the much superior Dutch military took Lisbon and razed it. The Portuguese concluded a hasty peace to prevent their destruction. Awed by this power, the Khmer offered to be a vassal state of the mighty Dutch. Peace with Russia was asked for, to plan further plots. A giant Sushi Co. named Sid for some odd reason, was made in Amsterdam and spread rapidly throughout Europe.
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    The Dutch now formalized several reforms and made the Dutch state “the most perfect in every way”. After this, a defensive pact was signed with Turkey. Oil was now being produced from former-English lands. With this new oil, something amazing was built. Using the ancient chariot design with modern day weaponry, it was designed to crush anything that opposed it. It was called a “Tank”. With the oil, new reforms happened in the navy as well. Many of the warships became part of a “Destroyer” class of battleships capable of…well….destroying. As the Maastricht people built a massive football stadium, the Egyptians declared their independence from foreign domination. As we are massive and could crush them like a bug under an 18-wheeler, they agreed to peace.
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  7. hoplitejoe

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    I wonder where the next revolters will be....
     
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    You should invade Scandinavia or Iberia (or both), then go for Domination or Conquest Victory.
     

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