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Naming Poll - Range of Hills

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Demo Game: Polls' started by Sigma, Jun 28, 2006.


What should we name the range of hills from Fort Impervious to Toot Uncommon?

Poll closed Jul 1, 2006.
  1. Upsan Downs

  2. Da Bumps

  3. Other

  4. Abstain

    0 vote(s)
  1. Sigma

    Sigma Censor

    Dec 26, 2005
    Rice University
    We are naming the geological features of our world. Please see this thread for more information.

    Poll Question: What should we name the range of hills from Fort Impervious to Toot Uncommon?

    • Upsan Downs
    • Da Bumps
    • Other
    • Abstain

    Procedure: This is the first round of voting for a name. An option must receive at least 33% of the vote to be declared the winner of the poll. If no option receives 33% of the vote, a second poll will be held with only the top three vote-getters from this poll, guaranteeing that at least one option will receive the required 33%. You may only vote for one option in each round of voting. Note: If a second round is necessary, the current name of the city must be included in the three options.

    Please note that this poll will close in 3 days from the time of this poting.
  2. ice2k4

    ice2k4 Chieftain

    Feb 28, 2004
    Brooklyn, New York
    Poll Closed and Validated. Winner is "Upsan Downs"

    The mountain range is Upsan Downs.

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