Discussion in 'Civ4 - Stories & Tales' started by MoreEpicThanYou, Dec 28, 2011.
Well, i dont think you missed the voting, Mety did not officially call the second round yet!
Round 2 starts tomorrow, at 3:38 PM.
Oh, uh... Setting up Round 2 now!
Well, that depends on the time zone. I live in CFC time, so it's 6:45 here
Round 2 is now up! Remember, you can only vote for 1 in each category.
My votes: Rome: Eternal Empire, Hammer and Steel, and Pharaohs: The Lords of the Sun.
Also, it would be interesting if it got featured in the S&T Times (hint, hint... )
Can you make an official list of the finalists ?
Rhye's of Rome
[RFC-DoC] No Cities Left Behind (The Super Secret History of the Mongols) (Tigranes)
The list is on the second post.
Brandon, where's your Comedy pick?
I'm having a difficult time deciding...
Edit: Nevermind, RandomLand!
1.The Celestial Bureaucracy (Tomorrow's Dawn)
2.Glory to Greece: All Trade Leads to Athens (Dhoomstriker)
3.Pharaohs: The Lords of the Sun (Jusos200)
Randomland, Super-secret history of the Mongols, and Iberian Love story (that's on there right?)
The Mongols and Iberian Love Story are the same category.
Hammer and Steel, Rome: Eternal Empire, and Pahraohs: The Lords of the Sun.
My votes would be going to Welcome to Random Land, The Celestial Bureaucracy, and An Iberian Love Story.
Just noticed that the History Book section was dominated by RFC stories.
Can you vote for your own stories? (I mean, i would no way vote for mine but )
METY and I voted for our own stories.
ok fine I'll choose... hmm... einie meenie minie moe Mongols it is
The Celestial Bureaucracy
Reasoning: its the only one I have read...
Welcome to RandomLand
I would have voted for Glory to Greece, but being abandonned midway though is a nono
Stars and Stripes Forever - A Tale Of American Empire
I was torn on this category, there are 3 stories here that deserve to win, I went with Grue Killers, because it has 0 votes and deserves more.
I thought that Babylonian Idol would at least beat RandomLand, but it has no votes...
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