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Name those Cities v12-16

Discussion in 'Team SANCTA' started by Krill, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. Krill

    Krill Chieftain

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    Krill is an idiot and forgot to do this earlier on in the week, and only just realised when he saw the settler on city 12.

    We need names for all 5 of these cities, which should be settled in the next dozen turns.

    We have used a tea theme for all of our other cities (save Zero, which was in response to the amount of maces that would be used to capture it), so I think keeping along those lines would be...fitting.

    • City 12 is settled t121, this turn, overlapping wheat and is used to chop out 2 settlers.
    • City 13 is settled t124, and used to either chop out workers (which we drastically need) or units depending on Kaz. It has dyes and banana and is an awesome cottage city.
    • City 14 is settled t125 and is used to chop out 1 settler. It has a pigs.
    • City 15 is settled t128 and has no short term purpose. It has clams.
    • City 16 is settled t132 and has no short term aim. It has fish.

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    So, suggestions?
     
  2. Memphus

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    City 12, needs to have initials OJ. Since it is burned to memory and I will mess it up if we don't :)

    Krill Has it as Red Jasmine in the game,, orange jasmine is a tea name. Is that cool?
     
  3. IamJohn

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  4. AutomatedTeller

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    Orange Jasmine is good - I like it.

    Jamaican Fish Tea is, apparently, not a tea, but more of a thin fish soup. I'll hold off judgement.

    Do we want to rename Zero, btw, since it seems we will be holding it awhile?
     
  5. IamJohn

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    I think we should keep the name the same, we did come out on top pretty strongly. *shrug*
     
  6. Krill

    Krill Chieftain

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    I think Zero is fitting, it should stand the test of time IMO. It was the place where this game got broken open for us.
     
  7. Ronnie1

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    Orange Jasmine is great!

    ZERO STANDS!!!!! :rockon: :band:
     
  8. Mojoqmeyvam

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    For city 16, Fishbowl? I dunno, this isn't my type of creativity.

    City 13 should probably also be Chinese-themed, to go with TKY and Dragon Tears. Maybe another tea? Zhu Cha is known in English as "gunpowder tea", either for 13 or down the road when we settle that corn city in the gunpowder age. Options abound here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Chinese_tea
     
  9. Memphus

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    ZC perfect that can be the dyes city :D :goodjob: and welcome!
     
  10. Memphus

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    kidna fell behind here...HB heavenly Blue was named 2 turns ago....we need more names....
     
  11. Krill

    Krill Chieftain

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    What about naming the coastal cities using hte tea theme, and a colour theme? It fits for all of them (save PM, but exceptions prove the rule)...
     

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