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stJNES5.1: From the Beginning

Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by Jason The King, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. Jason The King

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    The goal of this NES is to be sort of a remake of stJNES5, a new start for many, and a way for me to make up for all the mistakes I made in my recent past NESs. The rules will be closely the same, though I may decide to change something while I’m writing these.

    Rules
    Key: Bold are key words that describe what is in the paragraph. Blue indicates that the rule has been added after the game already began, being a new rule that was added during an update. Italics are either lists or the following:

    The starting age is 2500bc. Each turn will represent 100 years for a while, until I decide to decrease it.

    Economy for each nation is represented by a word. The sizes go: Depression, Recession, Failing, Stable, Growing, Prosperous and then Outstanding.. You cannot increase your economy by just saying so. You must increase your economy by expanding, conquering, or trading. In the early ages you may also expand economy by building roads and hiring tax collectors and such, though it takes longer that way. Every turn you can spend however much your economy can handle, as illustrated by the +x (x=the number of eco-points u can spend). Growing will also take as many turns to increase it as you have to spend.

    Your military is represented in numbers. When you increase your army, it will be increased by a certain number, determined by myself, based on the population of your civilization. If you have a free government (democracy, republic, etc), then your army may grow without you saying so (unless you say for it not to happen) by volunteers joining, though it will not be by much. Same goes for navy.

    You can also build roads between your cities, and will be represented on map. These will help you should you have to move a lot of troops over long distances (less tired to fight) or when you are invaded. However, if you are invaded it could be tragic as well with the enemies capturing your roads. They increase your economy (you have a chance of gaining economies here and there should you have many roads), and they make your people happier. You may destroy roads whenever you like. You may only build one road (from one city to the other) a turn, and they cost an economy level, or you can have your army build them (at least 100 men per road needs to be working, meaning not fighting), then it will be free but you army hates you more, but are more trained. So it swings both ways again.

    NOTE: Expansion will be extremely slow in this game, to reflect reality, especially in the ancient age. Also, watch out for real life events (example: America when Europeans came)

    You can make a wonder, the time it takes depends on what the wonder is or does, what age we are in, how your economy is like, and the overall stats of your nation. Only 3 per age.

    Confidence mostly reflects how much you write.
    Training your armed forces is not possibly for a while.
    Conscription is not possible for a while.
    Mobilization is not possible for a while.

    Education is available to increase once you learn writing. To increase, you must build temples in the ancient ages, schools in the more modern, and universities in the far modern. This is but one way you can increase. When you jump an age, you education sinks two levels.
    The levels are: Idiotic, Ignorant, Poor, Average, Smart, Wise, Enlightment.

    The training of your armed forces will go down by one level each time you upgrade your army or navy to a new age. Same goes for air force when we get there.

    Everyone you have contact you have trade. It is to my descretion to a certain point on how much you trade with someone. I will be using Rome as an example. Rome has trade with practically everyone in Europe and North Africa, since that is who they have contact with. However, trade is less popular with Sweden, since they have little to offer Rome at this point and are so far away. Trade is rapant with Barbary Coast, since Barbary Coast has much to offer in the type of luxuries and man power.

    You can still set up trade routes, however they are a little different. You can only set up three routes, and they will be called your 1st priority, 2nd priority, and 3rd priority trading partners. To open up a Priority trading partner, both nations must agree to it. To open a route it costs 4 spending points. You gain a spending point every other turn.

    Farmland will begin to show up on your map and a stat with a number will appear in your stats. Farmland will appear randomly, and may disappear randomly, and can be thought of as areas in the world where agricultural production is at its peak. Farmland can be used as economic points that you gain every turn. So if you have Farmland of 7, you can use 7 economic points each turn that you have it. The problem – the one time you start to use it, your people will become dependent on it. This means if anything is to happen – a new bug, drought, famine, foreign occupation – anything, then your people can really be affected by the loss of the farms. The less you use it, the less your people will become attached to it. Farmland are like squares of different shades of green on the map – the different shades mean nothing, its just for looks, but the amount of squares you have is the amount of points in your template.

    An asterik (*) will appear by your nation's name should you be experiencing a huge trade increase (non-priority) with other nations, or you are conquering or just got done conquering some land. It represents the extra money you get from trading, or the extra land/population/slaves you get from conquering nations. Usually you can upgrade two things per economy with it, but sometimes more, and sometimes less. It will last a couple turns after you conquer a nation (and during), or as long as you are trading so much.

    You cannot give away a technology anymore. You may send generals to other countries to train them in the new ways of fighting (i.e. Holland sends generals to Britain). Whenever they increase their army after that, it is in Medieval Age men, but they only get the amount per economy as stated for the age they are in. I.E. Holland trained Britain's army in turn A. In turn B, Britain spends one economy on the army, but since they are still in Empire Age, they get only 300 men. However, those 300 men are Medieval Age.

    UU’s can be made, one per age, for each nation.

    Governments must keep in line with the age. You may make up any kind of government you want, though it is up to me to determine if it is the right age for it.


    Nation(change this)
    Leader: \player(this to)
    Government:
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: (including location)
     
  2. Jason The King

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    Nations

    Antigot
    Leader: Sufu dynesty\erez
    Government: Monarchy with Eldery council
    Religion: Other (80%), Sionism (20%)
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 18,000 Faalim, 3,000 Archers, 75 Horsemen, 6 Catapults, +10,000 Conscripted Swordsmen
    Navy: 150 Galleys, 40 Catapult Triremes
    Confidence: Good
    Education: Okay
    UU: Faalim: Heavy infantry with long pikes and large shields.
    Wonder: "The Port of the East" - creates a huge port in a city that will be renamed to Rujari (RL Alexandria). (+200 ships, open a great new port in the east to improve trade, improve Antigot-Egyptian loyalty to Antigot (I care about them), +1 economy) (1/8)
    Port of Marssalis: +2 economies +2 navy growths (DONE)
    Notes:

    Finland
    Leader: andis-1
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [1/4]
    Army: 3,200 Spearmen, 2,200 Archers, 2,000 Finnish Swordsmen, 1,500 Horsemen, 30 Siege
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Great
    Education: Poor
    UU: Finnish Swordsmen: These swordsmen are elite of Finnish army. They all have been chosen very carefully, only strongest and bravest men could become swordsmen. Their weapons and armors are top quality, and they are very disciplined because of their good training. But providing this training and equipments is not cheap, and because of this, they are not widely used in the army.
    Notes:

    Holy Sionist Assyrian Empire*
    Leader: Sargon the Great/ Sheep2
    Government: Elector Theologican Monarchy
    Religion: Sionism
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 6,300 Swordsmen, 4,000 Spearmen, 4,500 Archers, 3,500 Assyrian Horsemen, 1,000 Chariots, 9,000 Holy Warriors
    Navy: 30 galleys
    Confidence: Great
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU: Assyrian Horseman. The first horsemen to use the device known as the styrrup. These soldiers are able to fight on horseback better than what many soldiers can fight on the ground. Swift they are armed with shortbow and arrows dipped in lethal poison for ranged attack and a curved sword known as a sabre for devestatting assaults. The pride of Assyria.
    Wonder: Great University of Sargon the Great located in the Assyrian Capital of Nineveh (increase education five times, increase economy level once) (2/12)
    Notes:

    United Kingdoms*
    Leader: Clan MacDonald \ Fëanor
    Government: Absolute Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Trade: Sweden (0/3)
    Army: 500 Spearmen, 19,000 Swordsmen, 800 Archers, 4,600 Highlanders 200 Horsemen
    Navy: 110 Galleys, 360 Longships
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU: Highland: Fierce and Fearless warriors from the Scottish Highlands Highlanders are exceptionally skilled at warfare in Mountains, Hills and Forests. They wear practically no armor and can move with incredible speed however their lack of armor renders them vulnerable to missiles.
    Iron: Longship, powered both by sails and oars longships are one of the earlyest thruly seaworthy vessels partially thanks to the caftmanship of their desing and constuction and partially thanks to the seamanship of their sailors making the Longships undoubtly the masters of the sea.
    Wonder: Grand Educational Reform: builds 10 universities across the United Kingdoms, the sites for these Universities are, Aalborg, Arbedeen, Belfast, Cambridge, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glascow, Oxford and St. Andrews. (enlightened education) (0/5)
    Great Lighthouse of Cornwall: (Establish Contact with lots of civilizations who live far away, One Free Trade Route) (COMPLETE)
    “The Tunes of War” (Music that inspires war) (COMPLETE)
    Notes:

    Helvetia*
    Leader: Toteone
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Religion: 50% Antigotican, 50% Other
    Economy: Growing +4 [1/4] +2 Banked
    Army: 18,000 Swordsmen, 2,500 Spearmen, 10,800 Archers, 2,500 UU, 3,300 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Great
    Education: Super
    Trade: Holland (0/3)
    UU: Helvettian Halberdier: Wears leather armor. They weigh almost nothing, are very inexpensive and they protect against arrows and basic martial weapons
    Wonders: Helvet Ice: The building of marketplaces throughout Helvetia (+2 economy level) [1/10]
    The High Road Gates: (+3,000 UU, extra defense on all sides of the nation) (COMPLETE)

    Enlightened Empire of Magadha*
    Leader: Buddha Guatama I\das
    Government: Kingship
    Religion: Hindu (65%), Buddhist (35%)
    Age: Medieval Age
    Economy: Prosperous +5 [0/5] +3 Farm
    Army: 2,800 Swordsmen, 14,500 Spearmen, 14,600 Archers, 4,200 Horsemen, 5,000 Militia, 8,000 Kaliyashans, 4,000 Magadhavatrapalas, 50 Siege Engines
    Navy: 200 Galleys
    Confidence: Super
    Education: Good
    UU: Magadhavatrapalas. A very formidable infantry unit, capable of fighting with swords, spears and bows alike - as the name implies, these are best at defense, but not as much the passive defense in fortresses as flexible defense, namely guerrilla warfare. Wonder: Hel-Vasha Hall: (+1 Confidence, +1 Education, +2 Spearmen growths, +2 Archer growths, +2 Horsemen growths) (8/8)
    Notes: Obsessed with the conquering of “Helvettica”

    Muscovy
    Leader: Tsar Rurik\Kamilian1
    Government: Absolute Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 4,000 Swordsmen, 1,200 Spearmen, 6,000 Archers, 10,000 Rurik Riders, 50 Catapults
    Navy: 100 Galleys
    Confidence: Great
    Education: Okay
    UU: Rurik Riders: Greater agility than the standard run-of-the-mill horsemen, as well as more strength in offensive battle.
    Wonder:
    Rurik Educational Reform - build more schools across Muscovy (increase education by 2 levels) (COMPLETE)
    Rurik Palace: Increase in confidence. (COMPLETE)
    Notes:

    Thrace*
    Leader: Kal’thzar
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 7,000 Swordsmen, 6,000 Spearmen, 4,500 Archers, 500 Horsemen, 10 Catapults
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Great
    UU:
    Notes:

    Saba
    (Line of)Leader(s): TNG
    Government: Despotism
    Religion: Aslama Lati (50%), Other (50%)
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Recession +1 [0/1]
    Army: 4,000 Swordsmen, 3,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 400 Camel Riders
    Navy: 25 Blockader, 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU: Blockader: to ensure their total domination over the Red Sea and secure the strategic waterway of the straits of Ethiopia, the very first Mukkaribs modified the standard Sabaean trade ship to blockade opposing ports and starve their people of food and luxuries. Most or all of the blockaders were destroyed in the War of the Unity of the Four Cities, however, the plans for the ships are still known and they can be built on a whim by the mukkaribs.
    Wonder: Great Port and Trade City of Aden. (make a trade route with Arabia and Assyria) [0/8]
    Notes:

    Spartan Federation
    Leader: Grandmaster
    Government: Despotism
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 2,000 Spearmen, 12,500 Phalanx, 2,000 Archers, 400 Horsemen, 40 Catapults
    Navy: 100 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU: Phalanx: A much longer, hardier spearman.
    Notes:
     
  3. Jason The King

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    Non-Player Countries

    Arabs
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 17,500 Swordsmen, 9,000 Spearmen, 3,000 Archers, 5,000 Bedouin Riders, 5,000 Camelriders
    Navy: 60 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Poor
    UU: Bedouin Riders: Faster, stronger and more ferocious in battles then camelriders.
    Wonder: The Arabian "Revolution" (ushers in the new age of Arabian modernity, adds a more complex road system, more unity, allows me to introduce religion without turmoil) (+2 education, +1 army, +1 confidence) (3/6)
    Notes:

    Bactria
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Tribledom
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 9,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 4,500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Bulgars
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Tribledom
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 12,000 Swordsmen, 3,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Carthage
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Republic
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Failing +2 [0/2]
    Army: 2,500 Spearmen, 19,500 Swordsmen, 8,000 Archers, 2,600 UU, 1,200 Horsemen, 36 Siege
    Navy: 5 Galleys
    Confidence: Bad
    Education: Idiotic
    UU: Numidian Horsemen: much faster and stronger horsemen
    Wonder: Carthaginian Military Academy (+5000 UU) (2/6)
    Notes:

    Dravidia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Despotism
    Age: Iron Age
    Religion: 60% Hindu, 40% Other
    Economy: Recession +2 [0/2]
    Army: 14,000 Swordsmen, 2,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 800 Horsemen
    Navy: 10 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Egypt
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Failing +2 [1/2]
    Army: 2,500 Spearmen, 5,500 Swordsmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 galleys
    Confidence: Bad
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Etruscans
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 11,000 Swordsmen, 3,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 180 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Guangxi
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Absolute Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 10,000 Swordsmen, 9,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Good
    Education: Ignorant
    UU:
    Notes:

    Hittites
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Religion: Other (70%), Sionism (30%)
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Recession +2 [0/2]
    Army: 6,400 Swordsmen, 7,000 Spearmen, 3,500 Archers, 1,500 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Holland
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 3,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Swordsmen, 4,000 Archers, 1,000 Horsemen
    Navy: 150 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Japan
    Leader: NPC
    Government: benevolent dictatorship
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3] +12 Banked
    Army: 9,000 Swordsmen, 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Horsemen
    Navy: 10 Galleys
    Confidence: Okay
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Kenya
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 8,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 1,000 Camel Riders
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Korea
    Leader: NPC
    Government: dictatorship
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [1/3] +6 Banked
    Army: 6,000 Swordsmen, 5,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Okay
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Kush
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 6,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 2,000 Camelriders
    Navy: 10 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    The Tribal Confederacy of Lapland
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Tribal Chiefdom
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Recession +2 [0/2]
    Army: 7,000 Spearmen, 1,300 Archers, 700 Coldland Clansmen, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU: Coldland Clansman: Their toughness regarding the environment has bred a good generation of fighting, plus they are equipped well by the metal workings of the clan.
    Notes:

    Kingdom of Lydia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Kingdom
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 8,000 Swordsmen, 1,700 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 195 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    Trade Routes: Thrace (2/3)
    UU:
    Wonders: Trade Center, Sardis (+2 econ, +galleys) [6/8]
    Notes:

    Malaga
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [1/3]
    Army: 24,000 Swordsmen, 4,500 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 100 galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Mali
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Republic
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Prosperous +5 [2/5]
    Army: 10,000 Swordsmen, 8,000 Spearmen, 6,000 Archers, 6,000 Camel Riders
    Navy: 45 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Okay
    UU: Mali Trade Caravan: Can cross the Sahara desert fast.
    Notes:

    Persia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Absolute Monarchy
    Religion: Zoroastrianism
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Failing +2 [1/2]
    Army: 5,000 Spearmen, 7,500 Immortals, 5,000 Peasant Army, 1,700 Archers, 250 Horsemen
    Navy: 40 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Ignorant
    UU: Immortal: Stronger heavy infantry, bred from the mountain fighting against the Bactrians. Equipped with spear and bow and arrow, bodyguards of the King in peace time.
    Wonder: Great Sea Route (+economy level) [0/5]
    Gate of All Nations: ? (COMPLETE)
    Notes:

    Picts
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Failing +2 [1/2]
    Army: 6,000 Swordsmen, 4,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 2,000 Woad Warriors
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU: The Woad Warrior: Patriotic Fighters
    Notes:

    Sarmatia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 10,000 Swordsmen, 10,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 800 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Sionist State of Nabatia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Despotism
    Religion: Sionism
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Depression +0 [0/1]
    Army: 1,500 Swordsmen, 500 Archers, 2,500 Camel Riders, 1,000 Chariots
    Navy:
    Confidence: Okay
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Wonder:
    Notes:

    Sicily
    Leader: PERM. NPC
    Government: NONE
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy:
    Army: UNKNOWN
    Navy: UNKNOWN
    Confidence:
    Eduction:
    UU:
    Notes:

    Silesia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [1/3]
    Army: 20,000 Swordsmen, 8,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Sinhala
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Religion: 30% Hindu, 70% Other
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 14,000 Swordsmen, 4,700 Spearmen, 4,000 Archers, 800 Horsemen
    Navy: 90 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Somalia
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Growing +4 [0/4]
    Army: 6,000 Swordsmen, 5,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Camel Riders
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Song Dynasty
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Dynastical Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 7,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Education: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Songhai
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [2/3]
    Army: 12,000 Swordsmen, 7,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Camel Riders
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:

    Sweden
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [1/3] +1 Banked
    Army: 21,000 Swordsmen, 3,000 Archers, 3,000 Spearmen, 500 Cavalry
    Navy: 20 Galleys, 40 Longboats
    Confidence: Okay
    Eduction: Poor
    UU: Longboats
    Wonder: Statue of the Ancients (series of statues of ancient Vikings whoever they are) +1 eco lvl, +20 longboats, +1 education.(2/8)
    Notes:

    Tindouf
    Leader: NPC
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Iron Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [1/3]
    Army: 14,000 Spearmen, 2,000 Archers, 500 Camel Riders
    Navy: 20 Galleys
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:
     
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    Per Economic Spending Point:

    Bronze Age...
    1,000 Infantry
    200 Cavalry
    10 Ships

    Iron Age...
    2,000 Infantry
    500 Cavalry
    10 Siege
    20 Ships

    Medieval Age...
    3,000 Infantry
    1,000 Knights
    30 Siege
    20 Ships

    (Some infantry can include longbowmen, pikemen, swordsmen, heavy swordsmen, crossbowmen, etc)

    *Recruitment numbers per nation vary. Many factors can be brought in for a country not to recruit as many, or to recruit more, then the numbers listed above. I do this frequently, almost always some nation does not get enough, or gets more, for every SP. Also, if you spend, say, 5 SP on just recruiting infantry, you could only end up getting 9,000 infantry (if in Iron Age) since you are recruiting so many.

    **UU recruitment varies with the individual UU.
     
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    TIMELINE


    2600bc-2500bc
    The Mycenean civilization collapsed upon itself, but from the shards, the rest of the Mediterranean civilization was founded.

    2500bc-2400bc
    Magadha rises. Zoroastrianism starts in Persia. The Persians defeat a Bactrian army. Sicilians conquer the rest of their island.

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=120974&page=8&pp=20
     
  6. Jason The King

    Jason The King Deity

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    WARS OF THE WORLD


    stJNES5.1's KEY MOMENTS
    2456bc. Guanxi develop the world's first writing.
     
  7. Jason The King

    Jason The King Deity

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    Ok, you can post. remember, this is not like total nes
    this will be a true stjnes.
     
  8. Azale

    Azale Deity

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    Location:
    Texas
    Kingdom of Lydia
    Leader: King Alyattes I\Azale
    Government: Kingdom
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Located on the western coast of Anatolia. Capital is at Sardis.
     
  9. erez87

    erez87 Lord of Random

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    Location:
    Lod, Israel
    Antigot
    Leader: Sufu dynesty\guss yourself
    Government: Monarchy with Eldery council
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Start in Massilia. more will be added later.


    story soon
     
  10. Xen

    Xen Magister

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    reserve me a palce (as I stronglly suggest you place a player cap)I need to decide on where I shall start however
     
  11. Kal'thzar

    Kal'thzar Deity

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    Location:
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    Thrace
    Leader: King Hyar\Kal'thzar
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: The Capital City Seuthe, (located at present day Istanbull). Is a strange mix between Greek and Barbarian. Their Patron God is Dionysus, the Thracian god of wine, represents not only the intoxicating power of wine, but also its social and beneficent influences. He is viewed as the promoter of civilization, a lawgiver, and lover of peace — as well as the patron deity of both agriculture and the theater. Although Greek in many ways, the Thracians distinguish themselves from them with their Unique form of greek Culture.
     
  12. andis-1

    andis-1 The Hedgehog

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    Finland
    Leader: Lalli Piispantappaja \andis
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Finnish nation was born when scattered tribes united to one nation. They built their capital helsinki to southern coast of Finland and have expanded to lands around it.
     
  13. Dachs

    Dachs Hero of the Soviet Union

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    Location:
    Moscow
    Sicily
    Leader: Hiero/Dachspmg
    Government: Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Capital at Syracuse, controls island of Sicily, a collection of former Greek colony cities.
     
  14. North King

    North King blech

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    *Pays homage to Jason*

    Harappa
    Leader: Manu\North King
    Government: Empire
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Founded on the banks of the Indus Valley, very trade based and diverse.
     
  15. MjM

    MjM Deity

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    Nation: Carthage
    Leader: General Hannibal \MjM
    Government: Republic
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Location at real location of the Carthagianians
     
  16. Jason The King

    Jason The King Deity

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    Also, I will not accept one-player regions. This means that there is only one person in a region (i.e. only alex playing in East Asia, meaning I must make 5 or 6 NPC's just for one person). This is bothersome. So, if by the first update there are people who are playing like that, then I will ask them to join as a different state.
     
  17. Kejixu

    Kejixu Warlord

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    Location:
    Somewhere
    Nation: Song Dynasty
    Leader: Emperor Zhu Zhang\Kejixu
    Government: Dynastical Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: In China
     
  18. alex994

    alex994 Hail Divine Emperor!

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    Location:
    Breadbasket of USA
    Guangxi
    Leader: King Wa Ling/alex994
    Government: Absolute Monarchy
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes: Put me in Guangzhou, in Southern CHina

    I will soon write a story about how we Han Chinese got this far south.
     
  19. North King

    North King blech

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    Hmm... Looks like there will be no one else in India. Should I save you the trouble and move to Europe, Jason?
     
  20. Xen

    Xen Magister

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    Location:
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    Minoa
    Leader: King Minos\Xen
    Government: Monarchy(... or... a...DANCE-OCRACY baby!!!!)
    Age: Bronze Age
    Economy: Stable +3 [0/3]
    Army: 1,000 Spearmen, 1,000 Archers, 500 Horsemen
    Navy:
    Confidence: Normal
    Eduction: Idiotic
    UU:
    Notes:
     

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