Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by Joecoolyo, Mar 14, 2013.
Dude, what are you talking about? Photoshop is also free!
Okay, it's not legally free, but...
Cultural leader: Pau Casals
Sports leader: the election's rather messy.
Traits: skinflinted Commercial, Scientific, Seafaring.
Overall civ leader: Sancho Rosell
Included in the Slavic cultural group.
City list: Poznan, Gniezno, Gdansk, Szczecin, Wroclaw, Krakow, Warsaw, Warna, Torun, Bytom, Lodz, Lublin, Kielce, Czestochowa, Chelm, Przemysl, Tarnow, Zamosc, Zakopane, Wieliczka.
It's not my fault I live on the other side of the ocean. One day I'll be back.
And look at all the fun they had with just wine. Maybe it was that they were so much more skilled
maybe we should go back, learn their techniques and then apply them to present-day raw materials?
Hey, it's free, for a definition of free.
But Adobe released CS2 for freebies IIRC
Wait, is Aragon in Poland, or is Poland in Aragon?
Poland is in one of the planes of Oblivion .
Why exactly does Poland expect to be in Age of Empires 1?
And they make appearances in a few of the campaigns in 2, even if they're not technically a civilization in it.
Although in AoE 2 they kind of left out pretty much all of eastern Europe except for the Huns, which I thought was a pity. (I heard thye were apparently thinking of adding some eastern Europeans like the Russians or Magyars into for the expansion, but decided not to)
Aragorn is obviously Polish.
in re: civ5
Well, Western Europe's civilizations were Dark Ages Barbarian tribes that eventually became countries, so make of that what you will.
They had the Goths. They mostly count.
True, but I always felt like they were thinking more of the Goths who sacked Italy and all that, rather than the blokes who ended up in random parts of eastern Europe.
So in the last year, Fiftychat has changed locations on me three times. OK, fine, no big deal. Well I spent 45 minutes today trying to log in at the new location to no avail. It's pissing me off mang
Well, the Goths, Teutons, Vikings, and Huns all have the same flavor (referred to as "Eastern Europe" by the game) if that counts for anything.
I think the Vandals would be the closest to the Poles.
See where they originated:
See where they ended up:
Rant: I ended up in the weird part of YouTube once again.
well if you need help you know where to go!
meeeeeeeeeh screw off poles
I like how one map's in German, and the other's in Russian.
no problem i know both (especially drunk)
I am a terrible, terrible procrastinator
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