Discussion in 'Team Mad Scientists' started by peter grimes, Nov 12, 2008.
Ich spreche auch ein bisschien Deuts. Lesen ist besser dan schreiben.
I'm really glad to see what an international team we have!
Did I miss any?
My Name is Alex and i'm from Ontario,Canada.I enjoy Golfing,Hockey and Baseball and have played cIV warlords for about 2 months.I normally play Noble and like playing on archipelago maps becuase i enjoy "ruling the seas with an iron fist".
Substitute "37" with "35", and "TinkerBell" with "Ruggi" and that basically sums it up as a start. (I am the friend Tinkerbell is mentioning).
Hey Everyone, I am Neil and I live about one hour away from Ottawa. I have been playing Civ since III and also have Alpha Centauri. I am a grade 11 student currently taking: Chemistry, Physics, Math, English, Computer Science, Communications Technology, Art, and Philosophy. I like the play Civ peacefully and build up my own empire and only go to war when i can crush the opponent quickly. I play Civ IV on prince difficulty and rarely play multiplayer.
Also irrelevant, I play rugby, practice archery, and do 3D modeling in my free time.
I'm topas and I'm from Germany. Some kind hind in the german civforum.de by (probably) hummel made me aware of this game. While I do have some first experiences in democracy games from the ISDG and another DG at the civforum, this is the first DG I participate right from the start.
I think there are more German speakers here than any other language
Hey Lord Neil I live in ottawa as well interesting team we have indeed, Ich mochten sprech duetsch besser denn mine ist schlect
I actually live in the small town of Pembroke and please just call me Neil and as for German I have no idea but I am going to guess that says: "I can speak German better then my first language"
I could speak German better then mine is poor.
I was going for "because mine is bad" and really that was just a general comment i just didn`t really say it well
I'm a 65 years old,retired man and live in Lisbon, so at TMG.
I play civ games since their begin, 1991 I think. Usually I play single games at
Immortal level (sometimes I win,sometimes I lose). It's easier to me the builder
part of the game then the war or diplomacy or information gathering.
I know little of English and nothing of computers.
I played several Pitboss simultaneous, but no Pitboss sequencial, I guess not
much different, but truly do not know.
I can be turn player, if needed, while I am more interested in learning, so see
the game, post and read about. But please remember my poor English shall make
poor reports and I cannot do that spoilers and special maps tricks, due to my
computer' lack of skills.
Glad to have you on the team. Immortal players are always an asset, no matter what skills their computer may lack
From your post above, I'd say your English perfectly fine for posting turn reports.
It's good to know that we have several possible turnplayers here... If only we could get a couple from Australia, Japan, New Zealand - somewhere 12 hours opposite! Then we'd be covered to handle play at just about any time of day.
Welcome! Happy to have you on our team.
My name is John. I've been playing Civ since Civ II (usually on the middling levels). I've never played multiplayer/democracy so this'll be new.
Personal info, I'm 37 with two daughters and I live in Massachusetts. I work in high tech too.
Welcome to the club!
I am Tomas, from Norway, social anthropologist by profession.
Basically I joined this game to learn more about Civ4, as I have not yet fallen in love with it after years of Civ3 gaming.
I have participated in one DemoGame before, on the same team as Peter - The Council. That game is still ongoing.
I thought that was a great experience, and also very educational, so I was hoping for the same from this game. I will try and offer any input, if I can, but please bear with me as the questions and suggestions might be on the more ignorant side.
Glad to have you here, Councillor
If you have BtS, patched up to 3.17, then feel free to take over one of the AI civs in our Warmup Game. It's an open game, so even if you're playing you can read the other player's spoilers. It could be a good way to learn a little more about BtS.
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