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Turnchat Thread - 4000 B.C.: Saturday, August 13th, (3:00pm EDT) 15:00 EDT (19:00 GMT

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Game of Democracy VII' started by Chieftess, Aug 11, 2005.

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  1. Chieftess

    Chieftess Moderator Retired Moderator

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    Should it be 19:00 GMT? My reasoning:
    It's set at 15:00 EDT. PDT is three hours behind, thus it's at 12:00 PDT. I'm GMT -7 during Daylight Saving's Time, so 12:00 PDT would equal 19:00 GMT.

    I think my previous instructions suffice for this turnchat:
     
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    Correct RegentMan, 15:00 EDT = 19:00 GMT (EDT = GMT-4). If it was 15:00 EST then it would be 20:00 GMT (EST = GMT-5). GMT has no daylight saving (which is why I am currently on GMT+1).
     
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    You should know by now that timezones aren't my strong point. ;)

    From now on, just assume that EDT is the correct time.
     
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    Null and void if TruckingPete posts

    Since both TruckingPete and I will be away, and at the time I'm posting this Writing is winning.

    Commence research on Writing.
     
  6. DaveShack

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    Our worker should irrigate & road the wheat tile, then mine a BG if we have one, grassland if we don't, and road it.

    Settle Olympus in the location decided by this poll. Manage citizen land allocation to maximize population growth until we reach population 4, while minimizing wasted food and production. Once we reach size 4 then emphasize production to train a military unit to keep the peace.

    Edit: Location E in the following map has been selected.

    Train and equip 2 groups of warriors, followed by a settler if our population will be 3 or more at the time the settler is ready, or another warrior if not.

    Our citizens will tend to be unhappy once the population grows. If the military allows us to keep some warriors in the city to maintain order, that is the preferred method of preventing civil disorder. If no MP is available, unless the President instructs otherwise, use as much luxury tax as needed to keep the people from rioting. If it is necessary to hire specialists, taxmen are preferred to offset the loss in gold.
     
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    Turn Chat Two instructions.

    Find More Freinds. If war is declared apon us also stop the chat.

    Border Control Policy: Ask foreign land units leave our nation. Do not demand they leave.

    Tribute Policy: Give any who asks for tributes what they want.




    *Because i don't want to break rules with warning and such, i have to sustain my desire to be different with big titals, some might say my big title is compensating for somthing, they are liers.
     
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