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Strategus Issues / Re: yeldurhtTime, AI roster
« on: February 02, 2016, 02:33:38 PM »
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yeldurhttime fiefs would give owners the choice of fucking up sieges which are the most important battles in the end game. If owners of a faction are getting slowly fucked up by another, I wouldnt be surprised if they would use this as a tool for survival, since fiefs are what creates money - armies - field battles. But since we have individual 8 hours yeldurhttime for field battles, why not for fiefs too? So I think this is a good idea as long as the community behaves, like what we have now with the siege attackers always deciding the hour of the battle: between 6pm and midyeldurht = fairplay, otherwise its a jerk move.

Fiefs always had yeldurhttime - yeldurhttime of owner. The problem is that attacker can't see it. So, if owner has yeldurhttime 9pm - 5am and you attack the fief at 10pm - you will be surprised when you'll see your battle scheduled at 5 am, as you couldn't see his yeldurht time before.

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... and all the other things floating around out there / Plug & Play
« on: December 24, 2015, 05:14:56 PM »
Anyone played this?
It has very interesting story, awesome dialogues and unexpected ending and in general it is really awesome, although a bit too short. I wonder if we could use some of their ideas.

Watch till the end, it's worth it.


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gj, keep it up guys)

автобус, а ник сергея?

это секрет

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General / Re: Hold on to your hats! (Dev Blog #0)
« on: November 03, 2015, 10:08:55 PM »
When they're 40 they'll probably still look the same

How can you be sure we are not 40 now then?

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General / Re: Hold on to your hats! (Dev Blog #0)
« on: November 03, 2015, 05:32:15 PM »
Oh shit...  :shock:

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: July 15, 2015, 11:05:36 AM »
50 millions(roughly) civillians were killed during ww2, who killed them?

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Also that would make a precedent and open possible scenario for exit of other  economically weak southern countries, which would bring EU once again to its core and that isn't big, huge country they envisioned it to become. Not to mention that further expansion will completely stop.

It won't be just precedent. It will also be example of what will happen to country. Yes, if Greece will do ok after leaving - others probably will follow it, but... well, that's very unlikely.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: June 20, 2015, 12:26:44 PM »
Sadly, you completely missed my point.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: June 20, 2015, 11:59:42 AM »
Oh, come on, I arealy explained that several times, same as Dave, and iirc we have rather similar opinion on it.

It is war. Fucking war where both sides have and use heavy artillery. Given that, casualties among civilians are inevitable. And it shouldn't surprise you. If you want to know when will it stop - you should discuss political situation - possible compromises(although I don't see any at the moment), what is real goal of Russia in this war, what could Ukraine possibly agree for, economical situation in LDNR, Ukraine and Russia - those are factors that decide how long will this war go on. But while it is going on - people will keep dying and suffering.

Or you can watch some more emotional videos from Shariy, get holy rage at those nazіs, come to Donetsk and shoot with artillery from within city, raging even more when response will kill some civilians who lived just next to your position and blaming ukrainians, EU and americans for that, but not yourself and not those who gave you cannon and orders.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: May 14, 2015, 03:50:54 PM »
Well yes, I agree that there is no killed people I can find, so I think that was just russian propoganda, but anyway they were beaten. And nobody arrested. I think Odessa is better example, nobody arrested. After that many people raised against new power in Kiev.
I expected that, that's why I can't understand why you don't want to accept the opinion of most people in Crimea and Donbass. Why you don't care about 2 May. That is your new government who accepted OUN-UPA. That is your government gave weapon to the 16 y.o. guy who stole 30$ and killed 2 militiamen in Kiev.
I said you can believe it if you want, that's why I think you cann't get the Donbass and Crimea opinion
LOL, really?
Nicko, krrhmXPRNC, want some easy money?  :D
https://www.facebook.com/anatolijsharij/posts/10206740073808893?hc_location=ufi

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: May 14, 2015, 08:54:53 AM »
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvqTZQ4ZbU4 this happened in Ukraine with VETERAN for victory symbol on 9th of may on his jacket!
I don't know why they don't show u in ur media all the fucked up shit thats happening with regular people in Ukraine, when nationalist fanatics harras people, since by the look of the nice fellas sitting in this channel i think it would just make u even more happy

Probably because your media told you it is veteran? Come on, seriously, please, check your sources before making conclusions and tell other "the truth" their media doesn't show them.
Not that I support svoboda party(young guys on video) in any way, rather the opposite, I'm absolutely happy they didn't make it into parliament, but I'm not going to pity heads of communist party(older guy on video) either.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: May 06, 2015, 09:46:32 PM »
Nicko... seriously...
Can you tell us names of "many people" who were killed near Korsun?
If not - please stop saying it in every your post together with reminder that you don't buy russian propaganda.

As for comparing ukrainian and russian media - there is one major difference - in Russia media is controlled by state, so its propaganda is directed to protect interests of state, government, etc, while in Ukraine media is controlled by oligarchs, who often oppose each other, so there is more variety and no coherence compared to russian.

Anyway, it is very bad idea to consider any of them to be reliable source.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: April 28, 2015, 09:30:28 PM »
If you know it's a huge gesture of disrespect to reply in a different language when your interviewer asks you something. So when you don't reply a question using official language it basically means that either you don't know this language enough to speak it (read as low educated) or you're bad mannered (read as bydlo). The only woman that tried to speak Ukrainian in the end of the video made mistakes, but she tried at least.

This thing about low educated and bad mannered people in that area is not my personal thought, it's a global stereotype all over Ukraine. It's like Butovo in Moscow area (or maybe I picked a bad example but I think you understand me). Boring.

And now I strongly disagree with you. I really like to hear people speaking different languages in one conversation when I'm travelling across Ukraine and I don't find it disrespectful at all. Rather it shows that "language problem" exists only in russian propaganda and not in reality. Actually, if you don't speak ukrainian - usually it is better to speak russian than "broken" ukrainian. It's not disrespectful either - just sometimes it makes it more difficult to understand you:)
I partly agree about education part though - indeed, usually well educated people have both fluent ukrainian and russian, but far from always and anyway, it is the least important problem that comes from bad education.

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: November 02, 2014, 09:07:25 PM »
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If Donbass have enough food to feed all people came to vote, then it's nice IMHO. Yes it can be used as a political motivation. And as you said, they would come anyways, so don't see anything bad in giving the food, my aunt is living in Luhansk, and grandma in Kiev. And I know what propoganda is using there, as Shariy used to show it everyday. This propoganda will not make Ukraine united. It makes it only separate.

Nothing bad - probably, but it looks ridiculous. As for propaganda - that's true and it applies equally to both sides. However in this particular case ukrainian media didn't have to make anything up as there were people with guns at stations and there was food giveaway.

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If Donbass have enough food to feed all people came to vote, then it's nice IMHO. Yes it can be used as a political motivation.
Should those who don't want to vote starve to death?

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General Off Topic / Re: Meanwhile in Ukraine
« on: November 02, 2014, 08:52:14 PM »
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And ofcourse there will be the food, because it was before and will be after, as the militia

At election stations?
Week ago we had parliament elections and on some stations in Donetsk region(in those parts we control) there were people with guns and that was quite bad.
But trust me, there weren't any stations where people would give away food.

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