Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by landlubber, Jul 19, 2010.
Haha, Civ 4 demo. I never thought someone would make a story out of that.
7/10 for being the 4th Dan Brown fan I know
Fo I second, I thought you were talking about this guy.
As for your sig, 4/10
You did WHAT to my mother!?
3/10 because I am tired, have no intention on reading your sig, and thats the square root of my favorite number.
Thats the 3rd time you have rated my sig, each time the score as been lower (7 then 6 then 4)
2/10, s I feel evil, that´s one crappy political compass score, an untrue quote, you lucky barstard on vacation and good for you.
What's the difference between the demo and the game?
The demo is only 100 turns long and came out before Civ 4 did as a free trial.
^The above answer has been certified by Bobbyjoe, Boobyjoe, and Bob, but not Bobbtjoe.
0/10 for not having a sig atm
ilduce- he's probably banned.
Just a bunch of random stuff.
10/10, I've always liked that one. Don't put your PC in it though it may lower the rating
Something makes me think you might not be all that happy with the current affairs of the federal government.
Decent quote. Decent NES. And NES info.
1/10 for not so funny quotes and the word #nes
(Rate ilduces sig)
How can you not be hysterically laughing at those genius works of comedic art!!!???
(rates WIMs sig)
I believe the tally is 5-4 now
Not a Realpolitik(BTW, the GM/mod has more control in Realpolitik than they do in NES, yet you still do Realpolitik. What gives?): -5
Political Compass(ugh): -1
Whatever quote: -1
Lucky man: +2
Its different, Realpolitik is an interactive AAR while IOT is a forum game.
The main reason why I put that in the thread was IOT was founded on giving freedom to the people of the forum. In an empire building games, I want the freedom of how to build my empire, NES doesn't do that.
In realpolitik, if the gm gave everything to the players, it would just become a succession game were we elect who plays the next turn set. Thats what gives.
Advertisement for Realpolitik, openly totalitarian views and PC score, and some sort of hatred for NESing.
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