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I'd like to point out that, I was bored.. because this game is boring. I have like no gold atm and figured it should be fun to attack something. The guy I attacked was the closest thing to me... No one told me to attack anyone, I find it funny that this thread has 4 pages on it and you guys are being spergs. I have troops and gear and stuff might as well use them... started a war? Someone has to.

this game sucks.

You mistake roleplaying and actually playing this game for sperging out. Wait a minute...

2nd page in, already derailed. Not bad. Better luck next time, maybe you'll get it on the first page.

On a war-related note: @Giuseppe.... hwat?


You're about to get dunked on, Huseby.

General Discussion / Re: Loom Point Giveaway #2
« on: April 08, 2014, 06:10:24 PM »
Sure, why not?

NA (Official) / Havelle
« on: March 24, 2014, 09:19:49 PM »
1. Name of your character involved: Marshal_Reinhardt_of_Acre
2. Name of offending character(s): Havelle
3. Time and server, as accurately as possible ~16:05 EST, NA1
4. Written description of what happened, the whole story. Also what happened before and after. Havelle Tked Don_Pappy_of_Acre's horse, according to Pappy twice, within 2 or so rounds right out of spawn, on purpose. I only got the screenshot of the second incident. Havelle then proceeded to tell everyone that he was "Tking HAs" or something along those lines.
5. Why you think the offender did what he did. Because he has no self control? Or that he just doesn't care.
6. Multiple Screenshots: Sadly I have just the one, but the logs will show, at ~16:05 EST, that Havelle attacked Don_Pappy's horse and was reported several times.
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7. Names of players that can witness what happened. Don_Pappy_of_Acre and myself naturally, any others out of spawn, specific names I do not know.

Faction Halls / Re: U.S. Postal Service (NA Strat Faction)
« on: March 15, 2014, 12:17:53 AM »
Godspeed you magnificent post(wo)men.

Announcements / Re: Strategus & DoubleXP
« on: December 19, 2013, 08:56:57 PM »
Terrain specific battle maps, please. I'm tired of seeing battles being exclusively fought in gentle rolling hills/steep ass cliffs in grasslands. We need tundra, steppe, desert terrains.

Faction Halls / Re: The Crusaders of Acre under King James [RECRUITING NA]
« on: November 01, 2013, 09:13:49 PM »
Ulrich von Lichtenstein von Reinhardt

Years had passed since his adoptive pirate brethren had named the young kings-blood Ronald. He had hated the name ever since it was first bestowed upon him by his first captain, at the age of seven. For years he had carried his cursed name around as the identity of his pirate life. He knew that his mother had bestowed upon him a holy name, one that the Crusader Order from which he came would welcome. However, he was unaware that his father was the fabled King Reinhardt. He had occasionally wondered who his father might be, and why his mother had given him to a scruffy old sea captain, but he often expelled these thoughts quickly from his mind. When a group of disguised Crusaders approached him in port one day, Ronald was taken aback. He was perplexed as to why a group of Crusaders would be searching explicitly for him in these faraway lands. It was not until they were discussing their journey's purpose over a cup of ale that Ronald had realized that this encounter may lead to the discovery of his true identity. Perhaps these Crusaders might be able to tell him where he came from and who his father was. They spoke for several hours...

"I'm... the son of King Reinhardt?" he questioned.

"How can that be!? My mother was simply a farmer's widow in Yruma."

One of the Crusaders answered, "We were accompanying your father when he saved her from brigands outside her farm."

He continued, "Twenty men had wandered to your mother's farm, in search of plunder. Our party had noticed from a distance what was happening, and your father rode fast towards these brigands. He killed two of them before we were able to reach him, and then killed three more during the skirmish. When it was over, your mother thanked him, and soon after, you were born. Your mother sent you away before you were old enough to find out who your father really was."

There was a silence for a time, as Ronald grasped the reality of what the Crusader had said Ronald replied, "And you were sent here to find me... because I'm of royal blood?"

The Crusader responded, "In part. Good King Reinhardt is passed, and on his deathbed he chose his loyal servant Lord James to be named King, as your father knew he had no legitimate heirs. Shortly after his coronation, King James sent us on a quest to find you and return you to him, so that you may join our Order."

Ronald was still trying to digest what had been said, but was relieved to finally be told who his father was and why he was sent away. He agreed to travel with the men back to their capital city of Curaw, in order to find out more about his father, himself, and what King James was to make of him.

They reached the city gates of Curaw, a white and gold banner positioned in front of the gatehouse for all to see. Ronald was escorted to the throne room, where a man in a white and gold cloak sat, while two heavily armored guards on either side of him stood at attention. The men who had escorted him all this way kneeled, and Ronald followed. "Rise", said the King. "It is really you, is it? I'm glad to see you have come. I presume my men here told you why I sent for you?" Ronald replied, "Yes, my liege. They explained to me that I am the son of King Reinhardt." "Does this surprise you?", James asked. "It's taken us weeks to get here, and it still hasn't sank in completely.", Ronald answered. "I can only imagine... I sent for you not only because you are the son of Reinhardt, but because I have an offer for you.", James stated. "What is it you offer, my liege?" Ronald questioned. "I would like for you to join our Holy Order. You shall be a Knight of Acre, sworn in fealty to me, and take on the surname Reinhardt, as your father would have wanted.", James replied. "I would be honored, sire.", answered Ronald. "Then step forward and kneel. From this day onward, you shall be known as Knight Ulrich von Reinhardt of Acre, son of Good King Reinhardt, Knight of Acre, and Protector of the Realm.", the King said as moved his sword from Ronald's shoulder to the other. "Ulrich, sire?", Ronald blurted, confused. "Ronald was bestowed upon you illegitimately, by your old pirate brethren, I would presume. It is not a holy name, and is one that I do not enjoy hearing. Ulrich is a name from your father's birthplace, an honorable and holy name; one that Crusaders would look to you and show you respect for.", replied the King. "Thank you, my King", said the newly named Ulrich. "I shall serve thee well."


The Return of the Kingsblood

It was a cold late October night in the north of the tundra. The hearths in the Curavian great hall had been burning all night in anticipation of a very special guest. Word had reached James that the elite soldiers he had sent on a secret quest earlier in the month had been able to locate their target. James had had to pay a sum of gold to some unscrupulous character in a local tavern to even hear of the target's location.

The target James had been trying to locate was the long lost bastard son of the previous monarch King Reinhardt. James' men had located Ronald McDonald. He had been swashbuckling the eastern coasts in the far off regions barely inhabited by men. It had taken his envoys nearly two months of hard searching after being provided the tip to locate the ship on which Ronald was engaged. James had received word that Ronald was indeed interested in enlisting after the envoys had made communication with him by Raven. Having once lived as a pirate there was no doubt the lifestyle change would take some getting used to.

James and Ronald spoke for an extended period of time as Ronald was eager to hear tell of his father's exploits. Eventually the topic turned to a position in the Crusader Order. "I wish to receive no special treatment for being the son of the old King" Ronald declared. This was nonsense of course, James knew Ronald was of noble crusader blood. "I won't have it... You'll take the title of Knight and no less" James replied. Having been briefed on the combat skill of Ronald by the men he had sent to fetch him James was assured that Ronald would hold his own with a blade in hand against most trained forces of the realm.

Upon sealing the agreement and swearing Ronald into the ranks of the Crusaders James went to his balcony overlooking the courtyard in central Curaw. He had the trumpet players signal a royal address and spoke down to his peoples "Today the son of a great man has come to us. Though he has not fought with us yet he has sworn himself to our cause. I present to you Knight Ronald of the Crusaders of Acre, Son of Good King Reinhardt." This was received by a mixed roar of "Huzzah" and "Deus Vult" from the populace and the intermixed Crusaders.

As he walked back through his offices and bid Ronald good morrow James mentioned one last thing to Ronald "I won't have a proper knight fighting in rags. There will be a suit of armor in your quarters by morning. Your father would be proud." James was sure that Ronald would prove a valuable asset to the order. After all he had the Kingsblood.

Welcome back Reinhardt Ronald. Good to have you. I look forward to your service to Acre.

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Long live the King!

Diplomacy / Re: The Abdication/Passing of Good King Reinhardt
« on: September 19, 2013, 05:13:03 PM »

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2nd, Grumpy...! 2nd...

However, the first time I had Acre disbanded and wasn't leaving cRPG.

Diplomacy / Re: did you call off the war?
« on: September 19, 2013, 12:04:26 AM »
The fun is hitting a city/Castle and finding the trick of it. We were successful for every place but one.... Chaos your city SUCKS!

Or rocks, depending on your perspective..

General Discussion / Re: It's "5x" and not "x5"
« on: September 16, 2013, 12:27:06 AM »
Wow I never noticed that it is 5x.

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PFFT. Nice try. Paint sucks.

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The Chamber of Tears / Re: mad
« on: September 16, 2013, 12:21:47 AM »
fuck not being able to roll when dehorsed

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Diplomacy / Re: Tehlrog Castle
« on: September 15, 2013, 05:16:46 AM »
May i ask why your avatar is upside down? Seems rather pointless for a kingly king.

Oh yeah man, if you haven't done it you're just not cool.... I don't know why...

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