Discussion in 'Civ3 - Game of Democracy IV' started by GenMarshall, Dec 27, 2003.
Please vote for CivGeneral, Sarevok, or Abstain.
Polls will close on January 1st 00:00 GMT
I voted for CivGeneral. I have full confidence in him to lead our military during its beginnings in Term 1 just as in Term 1 of the last DG and to begin our rise to military superiority.
CivGeneral has demonstrated the ability to confidently and competently handle the military troops during our first term.
I urge our citizens to support him, as I have.
(ill never win this election, but...)
All I can say is that I hope I can get something involving the military. Being the assistant to Civgeneral would b good enough for me. Vote for me if you wish, and I hope you do.
Sarevok, your confidence is overwhelming.
Tough choice, but I had to go with CG.
Why is that?
I think it was sarcasm.
Go Civ general, how can you be anything but a military leader being called civgeneral
Thats it... Im dead as ive been lapped. Ill never show my skills at military affairs at this rate. I suppose Ill stay off military elections untill the Machine Gun is invented. Then ill be back
Im in a sense dropping out of this election as I have no faith ill win it, if I do great, but I doubt it.
Dont give up completely Sarevok, you may be losing 9-14(currently) in this election, but its Term 1 against CivGeneral so I think thats a pretty good showing if you dont get it this time, youve shown yourself to be a serious contender. Make the most of the Deputy spot, be an active 2ic rather than just wait in the wings, and youll be well placed for next time.
im waiting for the late industrial-modern ages as that is where my true strategic might is. Its probably better for CG to be minister in the ancient age.
I was indeed being sarcastic. And I agree, you will be Minister of Defense later when CG gets distracted and wanders on to other things.
Next time I'll bet you will be OOZING with confidence.
right... this vote tells me people really think im worthy even to be here, bah. I grow weary of losing.
I voted for you, Sarevok.
Much of the time it is just a matter of getting your name out there. Stay at it and participate in the discussions and you will be a war veteran in no time.
I doubt that would happen. I wont get distracted and wander on. I will still be running for Minister of Defense .
You have underestimated me, All of the Eras are my strategic might. Especaly in the Modern and Industrial ages.
i dont recall saying you werent good at those ages civgeneral. Still, you probably dont know who you are talking to concerning strategy. It dosent matter, Lets just say I have Worked on strategy quite intensively for a long time and I know how to fight WW1 and beyond style wars with a minimum casualty ratio of 4:1 in my favor.
Well I also know how to fight in a World War I and beyond style wars also. But now is not the time to discuss modern warfare
I have a few articles in Civ3 Strategy Articles though they are buried by now. You can dig them up if you like. They arent really good seeming when read, but when done correctly in civ3 they work marvelously.
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CG is where my vote be
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