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Discussion in 'Civ4 - Strategy & Tips' started by Hackapell, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. Hackapell

    Hackapell Rhetorician

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    What I aim to do here is to provide a comprehensive directory to all of the many games that have been played out in the strategy and tips forum. This is meant to be as complete as possible, so if I miss any games, please post here with the link. I am unsure of how I will group these, whether by theme, strategy, or by version played as (i.e. Vanilla, Warlords, BtS). Initially, I will group by thread starter and give you the overall purpose to the game.

    Why the need for this? Well, many people come to the forum asking for some sort of guide, or some comments on their current game. The most common question is how to beat Noble, and there are threads that specifically pertain to that, but cannot be easily referenced. This directory will try to do that, similar to the ALC bullpen, but with any game played on the forum.

    Therefore, without further ado:

    All Leaders Challenge (hosted by Sisiutil and Lord Parkin)

    This is the most commonly referenced source for discussion on Civ strategy. Almost constantly running, the games showcase each leader's traits, UU, UB, starting techs, and starting position. Each game, however, often takes its own flavor and can be highly instructive, covering topics such as isolated starts, using GMs to power your economy, fun with the AP, SE, and recovering from overexpansion.

    The All Leaders Challenge Bullpen
    Game 1: Aztec/Montezuma (Prince Level; Domination Victory; Score: 15232)
    Game 2: China/Mao Zedong (Prince Level; Space Victory; Score: 14668)
    Game 3: China/Qin Shi Huang (Prince Level; Space Victory; Score: 21247)
    Game 4: Egypt/Hatshepsut (Prince Level; Domination Victory; Score: 44777)
    Game 5: England/Victoria (Prince Level; Cultural Victory; Score: 24409) Feature: Late-game cultural win
    Game 6: France/Louis XIV (Prince Level; Domination Victory; Score: 21695)
    Game 7: Germany/Frederick the Great (Prince Level; Domination Victory; Score: 35418) Features: Pyramids gambit, Specialist Economy
    Game 8: Greece/Alexander the Great (Prince Level; Conquest Victory; Score: 21194) Feature: Hybrid Economy
    Game 9: Inca/Huayna Capac (Monarch Level; Diplomatic Victory; Score: 37721) Features: First Monarch Level ALC, Isolated Start
    Game 10: India/Asoka (Monarch Level, Warlords; Space Victory; Score: 37790) Feature: First Warlords ALC
    Game 11: Carthage/Hannibal (Monarch Level, Warlords; Space Victory; Score: 22718) Feature: Internet Project
    Game 12: Japan/Tokugawa (Monarch Level, Warlords; Domination Victory; Score: 75824)
    Game 13: Mali/Mansa Musa (Monarch Level, Warlords; Space Victory; Score: 37247)
    Game 14: Mongolia/Kublai Khan (Monarch Level, Warlords; Domination Victory; Score: 91103) Feature: Great Merchant Economy
    Game 15: Ottoman/Mehmed II (Monarch Level, Warlords; Loss; Score: 2657) Feature: Isolated Start
    Game 16: Persia/Cyrus (Monarch Level, Warlords; Domination Victory; Score: 76759)
    Game 17: Russia/Peter (Monarch Level, Warlords; Loss)
    Game 17, Take 2: Russia/Peter (Monarch Level, Beyond the Sword; Space Victory; Score: 38754) First Beyond the Sword ALC
    Game 18: Spain/Isabella (Monarch Level, Beyond the Sword; Diplomatic Victory; Score: 66550) Feature: Apostolic Palace early religious diplomatic victory
    Game 18, Take 2: Spain/Isabella (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword; Domination Victory; Score: 48052) Feature: First Emperor Level ALC
    Game 19: Sumer/Gilgamesh (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword; Space Victory; Score: 39919)
    Game 20: Vikings/Ragnar (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword; Domination Victory; Score: 102108) Feature: Early Astronomy Gambit
    Game 21: Zulus/Shaka (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword); Domination Victory; Score: 123429) Features: Aggressive AI, No Tech Brokering, No Goody Huts
    Game 22: Arabs/Saladin (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword); Loss
    Game 22, Take 2: Arabs/Saladin (Emperor Level, Beyond the Sword; Domination Victory; Score: 108819)
    Game 23: America/Lincoln (Immortal Level, Beyond the Sword; Space Race Victory; Score: 50980) Feature: First Immortal Level ALC
    Game 24: Babylon/Hammurabi (Immortal Level, Beyond the Sword; Domination Victory; Score: 135666)
    Game 25: Celts/Boudica (In Progress)

    Emperor Masters Challenge/Immortal Challenge (hosted by aelf)

    The sister to the ALC that has only recently started back up, the Immortal Challenge plays at a slightly higher level that the ALC, but that is more because the ALC tends more to the learning side, while the IC tends to be more nuanced and subtle, especially in the realm of diplomacy. The IC also has no real mission statement, but each game follows some sort of overall strategy, which, along with skillful diplomacy, often wins.
    (NB all games are vanilla/warlords, as aelf has yet to get BtS)

    The Emperor Masters' Challenge 1
    The Emperor Masters' Challenge 2
    The Emperor Masters' Challenge 3
    The Emperor Masters' Challenge 4
    The Immortal Challenge 1: Apocalypto
    The Immortal Challenge 2: For the Fatherland
    The Immortal Challenge 3: The Gathering Storm
    The Immortal Challenge 4: Flight of the Phoenix

    King of the World Series (hosted by Neal)

    King of the World #1: Montezuma (Earth18, Monarch, Normal, Warlords)
    Spoiler :
    Space Race, 1848 A.D., 34082 points. We smashed Roosevelt early, vassalized Huayna Capac later on and basically turtled up, cottaging over South America and heading off to a tech lead and victory.
    King of the World #2: Frederick (Earth18, Monarch, Normal, Warlords)
    Spoiler :
    Abandoned, 1858 A.D. A failed attempt at a kill'em all, let God sort'em out game. We survived early on and earned a respectable lead through ridiculous luck and AI idiocy, then got bogged down in a miserable war with Persia. This game nearly turned me off to Civ IV for good :)
    King of the World #3: Tokugawa (Earth18, Monarch, Normal, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Apostolic Victory, 1862 A.D., 98954 points. A romping conquest game that ended with me controlling all of eastern Asia, the Mediterranean Coast, and most of the Americas. I ended up taking the religious win in order to wrap things up and move on.
    King of the World #4: Mansa Musa (Earth18, Monarch, Normal, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Space Race, 1954 A.D., 19596 points. A tough win. I kept my head low early game, then took over Egypt and Spain and colonized South America. The spaceship landed just as the world erupted in epic AI wars of conquest that I'd never seen before or since.
    King of the World #5: Isabella (Earth18, Monarch, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Conquest, 1510 A.D., 251567 points. Featured Choose religions. Started with a Warrior rush of France and Germany and ended with the Capitulation (and Conversion to Christianity) of the entire globe.
    King of the World #6: Huayna Capac (Earth18, Monarch, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Space Race, 1910 A.D., 25005 points. A basic isolationist Space Race win. fought off South America's barbarian hordes, then cottaged up and headed for the stars. Featured a fun little late game world war.
    King of the World #7: Saladin (Earth18, Emperor, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Domination, 1818 A.D., 129973 points. A rollicking no-vassal romp that ended with pretty much the whole of Eurasia and Africa being painted green. Began the tradition of opening up South America and moving Isabella to the coast.
    King of the World #8: Shaka (Earth34, Emperor, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Cultural Victory, 1762 A.D., 42541 points. We took over (but never left) Africa and turned the capital and Egypt's two Nile cities into cultural centers for the win.
    King of the World #9: Genghis Khan (Earth18, Emperor, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    U.N. Victory, 1812 A.D., 152572 points. A straightforward, fun little Diplomatic-as-Domination victory. Featured the colonization of Australia :)
    King of the World #10: Charles de Gaulle (Earth34, Emperor, Epic, Beyond the Sword, OCC)
    Spoiler :
    Died, 1866 A.D., 0 points/Space Race, 1955 A.D., 10406 points. A tough game that featured a little bit of war, a lot of snivelling diplomacy, and even our first genuine loss!
    King of the World #11: Darius I (Earth14 Ancient, Immortal, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    Domination, 1700 A.D., 289987 points. Another massive wargame featuring three great empires: Us, Rome, and China. Great military showdown with Caesar.
    King of the World #12: Sitting Bull (Earth16 Non-Vanilla, Immortal, Epic, Beyond the Sword)
    Spoiler :
    In progress.


    Noble Games (hosted by Orion071 and the members of the noble's club)

    These are games played at the noble level for the players who are not as good as the ones on the ALC or the IC, although they do still give advice on each of them, and who wish to improve. This was Sryth's original idea, but orion took up the torch. Each game of Orion's show a different path to victory, and so is a good guide to pursuing each type of victory, peaceful or warlike. A new group has also recently started up called the Noble's Club for people who wish to improve their skills at the Noble level.

    Orion's Home School: Winning at Noble
    Orion's Home School 2: Nobles in Space
    Orion's Home School 3: Nobles Learning Culture

    Noble's Club Bullpen

    Nobles Club
    Nobles Club I, Elizabeth. FIN and PHI are traits that are fairly easy to play.
    Nobles Club II, Ramesses II. SPI/IND, another set of great traits, on a Continents map.
    Nobles Club III, Kublai Khan. CRE/AGG, Pangaea Map, great UU for a Conquest/Domination situation.
    Nobles Club IV, Frederick. Map unknown. but an attempt to try and learn to play an SE with a strong leader for that style.
    Nobles Club V, Hannibal. A water based map with a very strong leader on that type of map. Trade Route Economy learner.
    Nobles Club VI, Brennus. Another "war oriented" type of game, with Aggressive AI setting turned on, and a Civ with solid warmongering traits and UU/UB.
    Nobles Club VII, Sitting Bull. Who is the AI that makes you groan the most when he pops up? For me, its no contest, SB takes it by a mile!
    Nobles Club IX - Joao II! OK guys, here it is, another water leader with a solid UU. I requested some special features this map, but I dont want to give away too much. I will tell you that rolo used the new Tectonics format, but he assures me we will be able to have both some Barb lands and AIs that arent reachable pre-Optics.
    * Nobles Club X - Zara Yaqob! Our leader = Zara has an excellent combo of traits, both of which aid in one of this games primary goal, grabbing land. His starting techs arent bad either, although unless you start with deer, you need food to get some food techs going:
    * Nobles Club XI - Catherine! A known backstabber, Catherine has traits that truly excel when REXing. CRE means fast border pops and IMP means fast settlers. But beware, overexpansion is a very real possibility in the hands of the human player.
    * Noble's Club XII-Elizabeth Revisited! Alright so a bunch of us (me (Krick19) included) thought Elizabeth would be a great leader to take us to the next level. So she's back and badder than ever! Her traits are great, FIN and PHI, two of my faves. This calls for a great hybrid economy. Her UU, the Redcoat gets a 25% bonus against Gunpowder Units, which is really helpful when you're attacking muskets or rifles. Lastly the UB is a Bank with 65% more income instead of 50%. This combines for a nasty combo.
    * Noble's Club XIII - Alexander of Greece Hello everybody, TMIT takes a break from messing with AI XMLs to present the 13th installment of the Noble's Club series! Our leader is Aggressive and Philosophical. This match of traits allows for some economy (especially early) and some warmongering!
    * NC XIV - Saladin of Arabia Sal is considered by many to be a weak leader, lending mostly to his protective trait. Nevertheless, he boasts a solid, early UB that allows for some culture control and religious manipulation via great prophets...only Egypt can get them this easily other than Arabia! The UU is a knight that does not require Iron, and with a hefty bonus to its withdrawal chance, making medieval combat a little more intriguing.
    * Noble's Club XV: Roosevelt of America America...America. We bestow questionable UUs and UBs on thee. Nonetheless, the collection of leaders for this civ have strong traits, and the starting techs are nice and allow for versatility also. Our leader today is known for wonderspam and for the fact that he is probably the fastest person to get the Great Lighthouse in the game.
    * Noble's Club XVI - Shaka We all know him. Some probably hate him. Tied with 3 other AIs for the most probability to train units, Shaka is a devastating warmonger that declares at pleased. The Impi is a utility troop and is a little difficult to use against targets with metal, but if an opponent lacks it has all the devastating power of traditional mounted troop charges. The UB is among the top in the game, early maintenance reduction in a barracks that coupled with the courthouse is nearly as strong a total effect as Holy Rome's.
    * Noble's Club XVII - Tokugawa One of the game's biggest one-trick ponies, Toku is all military and no economy. Unless, of course, you count having more cities as economy. The UU is fairly strong if you get there in time, the UB is not that strong in my opinion but hey, at least you're guaranteed to have full advantage if you get infantry. Not that you'll need the help with the game's best gunpowder troops.
    * NC XVIII: Willem This time we are using: THE NETHERLANDS! Many will argue he's a top leader on a water map due to the UB. I personally think the UB is good but far from great, because it comes later. However, it has the potential to shine on a map like this. Combine it with Moai for some true abuse. The UU is a bit cooler, since it's more cost-effective to invade. Good hunting!
    * NC XIX: Napoleon This time we are using: France. With the little general. UB isn't the worst thing ever, just close. The UU IMO is underrated, as are units with >1 move in general. Musket smackdown! How fast can YOU get to gunpowder?!
    * NC XX: Montezuma Whip till you bleed! It's everyone's favorite zealous backstabbing #2 tier (as an AI) warmonger, Montezuma! The UU is a niche unit but quite useful potentially. The UB? One of the best in the game. It's borderline unlimited whips.
    * NC XXI: Ragnar Rangar, everyones favorite wannabe Horn Get ready for some intercontinental delivery of pain. UU is a Maceman with added city attack and free amphibious, perfect for building an medival coastal empire, UB is a Lighthouse which makes your ships faster.
    * NC XXII: Suleiman Silly Man! It's been gone over in recent times, but the Ottomans are among the most well-rounded civs in the game. Silly Man gets less of the spotlight than the dreaded Mehmed, but is actually a top flight leader with powerful expansion and power tech traits!


    Monarchist Cookbook Series(Hosted by Futurehermit, r_rolo1, Bleys, Diamondeye, and OTAKUjbski)

    The Monarchist Cookbook is a concurrent succession game series to help readers learn how to play and win at Monarch level in Civilization 4: Beyond the Sword.

    The Monarchists' Cookbook Bullpen
    Monarchists' Cookbook games:
    I: Otto Van Bismarck of Germany, finished,here
    Chancellor: Diamondeye, Deputy: OTAKUjbski, Featured Player: None.
    Map provided by OTAKUjbski

    II: Pericles of Greece, finished, here
    Chancellor: OTAKUjbski, Deputy: Bleys, Featured Player: Solon70.
    Map provided by WinstonHughes

    III: Hammurabi of Babylon, finished, here
    Chancellor: Bleys, Deputy: R_Rolo, Featured Player: WinstonHughes.
    Map provided by Sisiutil

    IV: Mao Zedong of China, Finished, here
    Chancellor: R_Rolo1, Deputy: FutureHermit, Featured Player: ?
    Map provided by R_Rolo1

    Immortal Cookbook Games
    Hosted by Tycoonist/Carl Corey

    I: Franklin Roosevelt of America, Finished, here
    Hosted by Tycoonist, map provided by Tycoonist.

    II: Pericles of Greece, NORMAL GAMESPEED, Running, here
    Hosted by Carl Corey, Map provided by Carl Corey.

    In between poll on ruleset, here

    III: Saladin of Arabia, Running, here
    Hosted by Carl Corey, Map provided by Carl Corey.

    Emperor Cookbook Games
    Hosted by ChromiumL

    I: Mhatma Gandhi of India, Finished, here.
    Hosted by ChromiumL, map provided by R_Rolo1

    II: Mehmed II of the Ottomans, Running, here.
    Hosted by ChromiumL, map provided by Oyzar

    III: Kublai Khan of the Mongols, Running, here.
    Hosted by ChromiumL, map provided by ChromiumL (?)

    Deity Cookbook Games
    Hosted by Dirk1302/Carl Corey

    I: Gilgamesh of Sumeria, Running, here
    Hosted by Dirk1302, map provided by Dirk1302

    The Immortal University(hosted by silverbullet)

    The Immortal University is a series of open-save games at the Immortal level. Any player can grab a save and run with it, showing people how they played out the game.

    The Immortal University I - Montezuma, Aztec
    The Immortal University II - Suryavarman II of Khmer
    The Immortal University III - Louis, France
    Immortal University IV: Suleiman of the Ottoman Empire
    Immortal University V - Cyrus of Persia
    Immortal Univesity VI: Carolus Magnus of the Holy Roman Empire
    Immortal University VII - Hannibal of Carthage
    Immortal University VIII - Pacal, Maya
    Immortal University IX - Ghengis Khan of the Mongolians
    Immortal University X - Alexander The Great
    Immortal University XI - Washington
    Immortal University XII - Joao II of Portugal
    Immortal University XIII - Zara Yaqob
    Immortal university XIV - Pacal II of the Maya

    Monarch Student (hosted by members)

    MS I - Ramesses
    MS II - Joao, hosted by gcm4738
    MS III - Asoka, hosted by gcm4738
    MS IV - Boudica, hosted by Single Malt
    MS V - Catherine
    MS VI - Pericles, hosted by assass1n
    MS VII - Mao
    MS VIII - Genghis Khan
    MS IX - Mansa Musa, hosted by nanomage
    MS X - Charlemagne
    MS XI - Washington
    MS XII - Mehmed
    MS XIII - Isabella
    MS XIV - Sitting Bull
    MS XV - DeGaulle
    MS XVI - Victoria
    MS XVII - Frederick
    MS XVIII - Gilgamesh
    MS XIX - Justinian
     
  2. Bleys

    Bleys Deity

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    Wow, you da MAN! I have been looking for vanilla games, it can get tedious, this is perfect.
     
  3. Hackapell

    Hackapell Rhetorician

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    Role-Play Challenge(founded by slobberinbear, hosted by madscientist)

    These games are different from others in that instead of aiming for higher levels and more intricate and free flowing strategies, the RPC limits the players options to what the leader would have done in real life( i.e. in a Lincoln RPC, they would never use slavery). It's an interesting historical twist on the game, and a lot of fun to watch, as the restraints often put the host in a tight spot, such as the inductory RPC as Sitting Bull where chopping and whipping were forbidden.
    (NB: BtS only)

    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Sitting Bull Hosted by slobberinbear
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Ghandi Hosted by slobberinbear
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Jamaica Hosted by slobberinbear
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: La Principessa Hosted by slobberinbear
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Dubya Hosted by slobberinbear
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Stalin Hosted by Cam_H
    BTS Roleplaying Challenge: Shaka Hosted by Cam_H
    BTS Rolepleying Challenge: Alexander Hosted by Cam_H

    The Mighty Khan:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=244372
    Seafaring Victoria:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=247553
    Chivalrous Washington: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=250780
    Bismark the Master Builder: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...65#post6181665
    The Reincarnation of HOLY SAL!: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=253986
    MONTY the Mad Scientist:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=255074
    Willem, King of the Sea: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=256516
    Peter Spy Extraordinaire: Part I http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=257510
    Peter Spy Extraordinaire: Part II http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=257858.
    Persians in Space: Cyrus' Vision: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...65#post6389765 .
    Shaka A Gentleman of Culture I: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=259787
    Shaka A Gentleman of Culture II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=260777
    Asoka and the Doomsday Machine: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=261546
    The Glory of Rome: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=262883
    Tokugawa the Isolationist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=263705
    Alexander, Greek God of War II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=264931
    Alexander, Greek God of War III: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=265800
    Pericles, Greek God of Peace: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=267261
    Chairman Mao's Plan : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...=268015&page=5
    Chairman Mao's Revised Plan : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=268640
    Charlemagne the Blessed: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=270068
    Charlemagne the Blessed II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=270501
    Joao the Restless: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=271393
    Brennus, A Simple Man: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=272458
    Huayna Capa's 3 City Culture Challenge: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=273030
    Julius Caesar of Rome, All or Nothing: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=273829
    The Annoying French: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=274874
    Stalin's Iron Fist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=275595
    Churchill, the English Bulldog: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=276175
    REX Queen Cathy,: No Fury Like a Woman Scorned: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=277095
    REX Queen Cathy: Once is NOT enough http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=278046
    FDR's Dream: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=279023
    Cold Drunken Viking Scum: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=279856
    Gandhi the Pacifist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=280703
    Gandhi the war-Monger: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=281458
    Wang Kon, the non-Isolated Isolationist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/forumdisplay.php?f=155
    Napoleon, the Arrogant French: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=282849
    GREED!!!: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=285941
    "Will the Real Suryavarman Please Stand Up?": http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=287117
    Elizabeth and the Colonial Question: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=289783
    The Barbarric Mayans:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=291030
    Intolerant Ramesses: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=292064
    Magnificent Suleiman: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=294032
    Lawless Hammurabi: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=296626
    Qin the Cowardly: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=298126
    The Crusades! : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=298920
    The Perfect Germans: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=300271
    Stagnation: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=301582
    The Amazon Queen: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=303118
    Paranoia! http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=304654
    Return of the Russian Spy: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=306844
    SuperGenius Darius: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=308938
    Pollution Bull: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=310824
    NatureBoy Gilgamesh: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=312841
    Fickle Isabella and her Quest for the Seven Holy Grails: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=314780
    Hannibal's Deal with the Devil: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=316680
    Happy Hatty: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=317792
    DeGaulle's League: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=318388
    Honest Abe Loves New York: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=319613

    BONUS: OPEN RPC

    The Great Khan: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=277048

    NB: Upkeep in post 19 on this page

    Obsolete's SSE/WE (hosted by obsolete)

    This is another example of a walkthrough, but instead of being instructive about the intricacies of the game, this showcases a difficult economy, the Super Specialist economy, and how to run it. Obsolete has played many games to prove his economy superior, and while powerful, it does not seem to produce any spectacular victories or be much different than a standard SE, except that he settles all his GP.

    Beyond the Sword

    Warlords


    PYL Series (hosted by Bleys)
    A novel concept pioneered by Bleys, the host of the series, you get to pick your own leader and play as him or her on the same map as everyone else. What this means is that should the theme be Industrious civs, 7 civs with that trait would be placed on a map, and participants would pick and play. In the end, everyone would have to deal with different starting positions on the same map.

    PYL Bullpen

    Pick Your Leader
    PYL I, FIN Civs. Note, there are some problems with this map, mostly involving AIs receiving proper bonuses. Currently I have no plans to "fix" it, but if there is enough interest, I could.
    PYL II, Backstabbers! The first of the "7-saves" format, where each leader has his own WB Save. A blast of a game to play.
    PYL III, Religious Zealots! 6 leaders known for their fanatical views on religion. Once again, diplomacy is pretty important!
    PYL IV, Watery Leaders! A water based map with the strongest Water based leaders in the game! Should be a wet one!

    Smaller series(Cultural victory/JuCo)(hosted by ratangerm and xanadux)

    These are games that pop up and often have overarching themes. The Cultural Victory series is just that, while the JuCo are more instructive games dealing with nuances and strategies in the game. Both are played on Prince level, so they cater to a wide audience, but are less well known than the larger ALC and IC.

    Mansa's Ju-Co, CIVIV 101
    CivIV 102: Running the Specialist Economy at Prince
    CIV103: The Espionage Economy at Prince Level
    Cultural Victory Challenge: Zara Yaqob
    Cultural Victory Challenge: Gandhi
    Cultural Victory Challenge #3: Huayna Capac
    Cultural Victory Challenge #4: Pericles

    Lonely Hearts Club(founded by willpax, hosted by r_rolo1)

    This is the largest of the niche games, and only niche in the sense that all the starts are isolated, and the threads are made to deal with this tricky start. These games were spun off of the first loss in the ALC, #15, which was in part due to an isolated start. An Isolated start is set up and anyone can take the start at their own level(starting at noble) and play it through. Then, ideas are thrown around about how to keep up with the problem of isolation.

    Lonely Hearts Club Bullpen

    Warlords

    Lonely Hearts Club: Huayna Capac , hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 2: Shaka , hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 3: Elizabeth, hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 4 - Roosevelt , hosted by InvisibleStalke, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 4b - Imperial Frederick , hosted by InvisibleStalke, Emperor
    Lonely Hearts Club, Warlords Edition, Chapter V: Brennus, hosted by r_rolo1

    Beyond the Sword

    Lonely Hearths Club, BTS Edition, Chapter I : D. João II , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearths Club, BTS Edition, Chapter II : Willem van Oranje , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter III : Zara Yacob , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter IV: Charles De Gaulle, hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter V: Sitting Bull , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter VI: Pericles , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter VII: Darius , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter VIII : Montezuma , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter IX : Tokugawa Ieyasu , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Christmas Edition : Financial smackdown , hosted by r_rolo1,
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter X : Wang Kon , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XI : Ramesses II , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XII : Hannibal ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIII : Gandhi ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIV : Gilgamesh ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XV : Suleiman, ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVI : Mansa Musa ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVII : Caius Octavius ( aka Ceasar Augustus ) ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVIII : Kublai Khan ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIX : George Washington ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XX : CharleMagne ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXI : Qin Shi Huang ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonley Hearts Club, SPECIAL VIKING EDITION!, hosted by JTMacc99,
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXII : Suryavarman II ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIII : Catherine ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIV : Napoleon ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXV : Hatshepsut ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVI : Cyrus ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVII : Justinian ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVIII : Brennus ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIX : Isabella ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXX : Pacal ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXI : Bismark ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXII : Lincoln ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIII : Louis XIV ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIV : Frederick ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXV : Elizabeth ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVI : Julius Caesar ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVII : Shaka ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVIII : Roosevelt ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIX : Saladin ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XL : Hammurabi ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLI : Peter ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLII : Boudica ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLIII : Huyana Capac ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLIV : Mehmed II ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLV : Ragnar ,hosted by r_rolo1 ,currently ongoing
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLV : leader to be decided, expected launch date ( European style ) : 23/05/09


    NB: Upkeep in post 20 on this page.
     
  4. Hackapell

    Hackapell Rhetorician

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  5. Hackapell

    Hackapell Rhetorician

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    Hosted by Snaaty
    Snaaty has hosted a variety of games and is most noted for being the first one to coin the term "FE" or an economy where food, trade routes, and specialists play a big role in maintaining a large economy.

    Isolated emperor start
    2. open game:easy immortal space-race (easy = great starting position)
    3. open game: giaurs game (deity domination with starting bonuses)
    BTS – A guide for higher difficulties for standard speed and maps (emperor+)
    FE-difference from SE and CE


    Hosted by Giaur
    Another excellent player, Giaur has also hosted some open games.

    4th Open Game preparado
    5th Open Game - Emperor start with no happiness resources nearby
    6th Open Game. Emperor team game. Permanent war. Difficult one.

    Hosted by Dualdoc
    This player has undertaken some incredibly difficult challenges and made it look like a walk in the park. A gem of unconventional victories and strategies.

    Deity Always War OCC Challenge
    Cultural Conquest - BTS (Deity)
    Dualdoc's Challenge: Fantasy Deity OCC

    Hosted By Pete2006

    Another high-level player, he is noted for his exemplary balance between diplomacy and war.

    Shall we play a game?
    Shall we play another game?
    A Game with Roosevelt, a Veritable Powerhouse

    Here's my modest contribution to this thread and the forum. Some of the thread links are made with spoilers, they contain, well, spoilers, but relevant information for the reader.

    Rusten's games:

    One of the best players around CivFanatics goes at it on Deity levels and brings us news from the front. Deity and immortal games. Make more, Rusten!

    Immortal Aztects (immortal difficulty)

    The Divine Request (Aztecs, deity)

    Native America (deity)
    Spoiler :
    Started out as Germany which got raped by an axeman rush. Restarted as Native America.



    Gliese 581's games:

    Another fantastic player playing on a level most of us can only dream of. He's published a series of games all played on deity with pretty random starts and live reporting.

    Pericles of Greece

    Zara Yaqob of Ethiopia

    Isabella of Spain
    Spoiler :
    Ends very early.


    Wang Kon of Korea
    Spoiler :
    Ends very early.


    Willem van Oranje of the Dutch
    Spoiler :
    Not finished at the time this is
    published.


    Again, if anyone has found threads I missed, provide links and post here!
     
  6. Rockinfrog

    Rockinfrog Chieftain

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    This thread should be Sticky!
     
  7. Sir Janus

    Sir Janus Warlord

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    Good idea :goodjob:

    It might be worthwhile adding some extra posts now that you can edit later. That way, if you need to add more games to the list, they will be on the first page of the thread and not buried on pages 5, 11 and 23.
     
  8. Hereditary Rule

    Hereditary Rule Warlord

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    :goodjob: :goodjob: :goodjob: :goodjob:

    Great idea - should certainly be stickied
     
  9. r_rolo1

    r_rolo1 King of myself

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    I agree with the sticking... but you're being modest, Hackapell... the NCGs that you hosted are missing ;)

    And the Open games hosted by snaaty and Giaur ( in warlords, about a year ago ) would still be very instructive.
     
  10. Charou

    Charou Warlord

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    good stuff,
    it's like toy'r'us for grown ups
     
  11. PimpyMicPimp

    PimpyMicPimp Regrets His Username.

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    Well, this just got book marked.

    Thanky!
     
  12. vanatteveldt

    vanatteveldt Emperor

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    Great Directory!

    One request, could you insert a BTS logo and difficulty indicator for each game? If a game sounds interesting but is on a way too easy or hard level it is often not that useful...
     
  13. Hackapell

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    @ vanatteveldt

    Will do, and if anyone else has critiques of my formatting, please voice them!

    @ r_rolo1

    Could you please provide links to those two threads? I don't Know the thread names off the top of my head, and those games would be excellent additions to the directory.

    @ all

    Typically, the mods will make this a sticky if enough people ask for it in the site feedback forum. I can't do it, for reasons of self-promotion. I'm honored that you all want this thread to be stickied.
     
  14. Turinturambar

    Turinturambar Prince

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    iamnleth Warlord

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    I think you should consider including Acidsatyr's "Acid" series:

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/member.php?u=86836

    EDIT: Select find all threads started by him. Most of them are succession games.

    They are succession games, and it should be noted that Acidsatyr is not the only player involved. I haven't read all of them, but rather enjoyed the later ones, and they sparked my interest in the "specialist economy".
     
  16. r_rolo1

    r_rolo1 King of myself

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    In fact it was a group of 6 open games, 1st half hosted by Snaaty and the second by Giaur ( both exceptional players ). The good thing is that the games atracted some other good players and shadowing the games was very instructive in terms of comparing good players moves with ours.

    without further delay....

    Hosted by Snaaty


    Hosted by Giaur


    As you can assume, games were in Warlords...

    In a personal note, I miss the presence of some players of those games ,like mutineer and acidsatyr.... both are exceptional players and their presence made this forum more colourful
     
  17. Hackapell

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    I agree... They were some of the first ones to make me really take a look at the SE, and they were always very spirited in the Ubiquitous "Which is better; SE or CE??"

    Also, :bump: for update
     
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    cripp7 Playin' Bored

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  19. madscientist

    madscientist RPC Supergenius

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    Hackapel, Good job.

    I am posting the RPC games I did for the simple reason that I can append this post as I finish more games. Otherwise I would have to ask you to adress your post, thanks.

    The Mighty Khan:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=244372
    Seafaring Victoria:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=247553
    Chivalrous Washington: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=250780
    Bismark the Master Builder: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...65#post6181665
    The Reincarnation of HOLY SAL!: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=253986
    MONTY the Mad Scientist:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=255074
    Willem, King of the Sea: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=256516
    Peter Spy Extraordinaire: Part I http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=257510
    Peter Spy Extraordinaire: Part II http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=257858.
    Persians in Space: Cyrus' Vision: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...65#post6389765 .
    Shaka A Gentleman of Culture I: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=259787
    Shaka A Gentleman of Culture II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=260777
    Asoka and the Doomsday Machine: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=261546
    The Glory of Rome: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=262883
    Tokugawa the Isolationist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=263705
    Alexander, Greek God of War II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=264931
    Alexander, Greek God of War III: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=265800
    Pericles, Greek God of Peace: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=267261
    Chairman Mao's Plan : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...=268015&page=5
    Chairman Mao's Revised Plan : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=268640
    Charlemagne the Blessed: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=270068
    Charlemagne the Blessed II: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=270501
    Joao the Restless: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=271393
    Brennus, A Simple Man: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=272458
    Huayna Capa's 3 City Culture Challenge: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=273030
    Julius Caesar of Rome, All or Nothing: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=273829
    The Annoying French: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=274874
    Stalin's Iron Fist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=275595
    Churchill, the English Bulldog: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=276175
    REX Queen Cathy,: No Fury Like a Woman Scorned: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=277095
    REX Queen Cathy: Once is NOT enough http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=278046
    FDR's Dream: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=279023
    Cold Drunken Viking Scum: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=279856
    Gandhi the Pacifist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=280703
    Gandhi the war-Monger: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=281458
    Wang Kon, the non-Isolated Isolationist: http://forums.civfanatics.com/forumdisplay.php?f=155
    Napoleon, the Arrogant French: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=282849
    GREED!!!: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=285941
    "Will the Real Suryavarman Please Stand Up?": http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=287117
    Elizabeth and the Colonial Question: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=289783
    The Barbarric Mayans:http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=291030
    Intolerant Ramesses: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=292064
    Magnificent Suleiman: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=294032
    Lawless Hammurabi: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=296626
    Qin the Cowardly: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=298126
    The Crusades! : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=298920
    The Perfect Germans: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=300271
    Stagnation: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=301582
    The Amazon Queen: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=303118
    Paranoia! http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=304654
    Return of the Russian Spy: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=306844
    SuperGenius Darius: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=308938
    Pollution Bull: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=310824
    NatureBoy Gilgamesh: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=312841
    Fickle Isabella and her Quest for the Seven Holy Grails: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=314780
    Hannibal's Deal with the Devil: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=316680
    Happy Hatty: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=317792
    DeGaulle's League: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=318388
    Honest Abe Loves New York: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=319613
    All Good Things.... : http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=320417

    BONUS: OPEN RPCs

    The Great Khan's Return: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=277048
    Barbarric Monty: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=323906
    Sneaky Mao: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showth...07#post8197507

    Role Play Challenge, The Next Generation (return of Mad, based on different historical characters)
    Barak Obama: Yes We Can: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=328751
    Lenin: Comrade Chairman I http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=330071
    Lenin: Comrade Chairman II http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=330985
    Nikola Tesla: Mad Scientist or Supergenius: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=332543
    CivFanatics Earth Map: It's a MAD MAD MAD MAD World: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?p=8425614#post8425614
    The Gupta's: India's Golden Age: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=337230
    King Midas and the Golden Touch: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=338139Where
    Dr. Livingston discovers Aztec InBreeding: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=339888
    King George III: The American Revolution: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=342802
    The Prophet M: Islamic Jihad: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=344827
    Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The Prime Directive: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=346739
    Satan and the End of Days: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=348464
    The Dalai Lama: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=350549
    MAd Scientist, The New World Order, A Mod: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=351630
    Oh Israel, search for the Promised Land: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=353059
    Rebirth of Israel: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=353534
    Simon Bolivar, Rise of the Amazon: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=355807
    King Kamehameha, This Side of PAradise: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=357215
    Sid Meier, The Civilized Tyrant: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=362647
     
    Last edited: Apr 20, 2009
  20. r_rolo1

    r_rolo1 King of myself

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    ^^ Good idea..... Will do the same

    Here are the already played LHC games:

    Warlords

    Lonely Hearts Club: Huayna Capac , hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 2: Shaka , hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 3: Elizabeth, hosted by willpax, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 4 - Roosevelt , hosted by InvisibleStalke, Monarch
    Lonely Hearts 4b - Imperial Frederick , hosted by InvisibleStalke, Emperor
    Lonely Hearts Club, Warlords Edition, Chapter V: Brennus, hosted by r_rolo1

    Beyond the Sword

    Lonely Hearths Club, BTS Edition, Chapter I : D. João II , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearths Club, BTS Edition, Chapter II : Willem van Oranje , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter III : Zara Yacob , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter IV: Charles De Gaulle, hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter V: Sitting Bull , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter VI: Pericles , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BTS Edition, Chapter VII: Darius , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter VIII : Montezuma , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter IX : Tokugawa Ieyasu , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Christmas Edition : Financial smackdown , hosted by r_rolo1,
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter X : Wang Kon , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XI : Ramesses II , hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XII : Hannibal ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIII : Gandhi ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIV : Gilgamesh ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XV : Suleiman, ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVI : Mansa Musa ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVII : Caius Octavius ( aka Ceasar Augustus ) ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XVIII : Kublai Khan ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XIX : George Washington ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XX : CharleMagne ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXI : Qin Shi Huang ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonley Hearts Club, SPECIAL VIKING EDITION!, hosted by JTMacc99,
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXII : Suryavarman II ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIII : Catherine ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIV : Napoleon ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXV : Hatshepsut ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVI : Cyrus ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVII : Justinian ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXVIII : Brennus ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXIX : Isabella ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXX : Pacal ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXI : Bismark ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXII : Lincoln ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIII : Louis XIV ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIV : Frederick ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXV : Elizabeth ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVI : Julius Caesar ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVII : Shaka ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXVIII : Roosevelt ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XXXIX : Saladin ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XL : Hammurabi ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLI : Peter ,hosted by r_rolo1
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLII : Boudica ,hosted by r_rolo1 ,currently ongoing
    Lonely Hearts Club, BtS Edition, Chapter XLIII : leader to be decided, expected launch date ( European style ) : 11/04/09

    P.S sorry for the year long lack of update :blush:
     

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