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    I think we should develop separate proposals for the two differing opinions. Mine is an apocalypse of public opinion and society, and honestly I don't even want the tectonic weapons, they were a...
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    Did anyone see this? I've proposed a system that could allow mercs to be used without a gigantic ruleset. Does anyone have a better idea?
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    Re: Post-Apocalyptica

    In what universe is that a compromise? I'm saying we need to have no devastation at all, at least where we're exploring, and they're saying we ought to have some non-nuclear form of apocalypse....
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    Sorry, I had intended Samuel to be the survivor and president, making Hiram the martyr. For flavor, since Hiram is still a frontiersman sort of guy, he can be Crockett in that painting. :P That post...
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    They're not losing knowledge just like that, they're intentionally abandoning modern society and over time not caring. They probably know what the cities are and what used to go on there, but have no...
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    Sticky: Re: The Ol' Shisha Den (OOC Chat)

    Me too. Perhaps mercs and such could be taken care of with an ultra-simplistic points system? Every region gives you one point to hire mercs with, the merc prices will be either set by the player or,...
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    It's the reshaping of nature that I wanted to avoid. I do not want nuclear wastelands a la Fallout. Rose proposed an idea regarding a virus that could work and would explain the mass exodus from the...
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    Yay Texas!
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    Re: Post-Apocalyptica

    Yeah, exactly why this war is going to be mostly conventional, with, apparently, tectonic weapons rather than nukes. At least in my scenario, I want lots of casualties, but I'm trying to avoid...
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    Yeah, a tectonic weapon would be perfect, and we wouldn't have to justify any nuclear wasteland stuff. No idea what will be going on the rest of the world, other than it'll be devastating, but we...
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    Re: Post-Apocalyptica

    I don't know the science behind this, it might be totally impossible, but perhaps the wars could have resulted in tectonic shifts to change geography? Also, I'm thinking that perhaps Europe/whatever...
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    Re: Post-Apocalyptica

    Well a lot of folks did abandon much of that stuff for a utopian dream historically, it was called the Soviet Union. It was a thing. Also, had an idea. Perhaps in this alternate history the reason...
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    Re: Post-Apocalyptica

    Well I'll post what I just explained to LM:


    That's basically my theory. We probably won't be fighting the other groups of people we find outside of cities, but they aren't going to be accepting...
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    Ace, the whole idea of being military and such doesn't interest me at the moment, and I don't think anyone else either.

    Now, if we were to use something like that, I would incorporate it into my...
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    -I vote a modern-day setting or, if it's my proposal, a futuristic setting, but not sci-fi (as in it takes place in the future, but the tech is modern-day). Sci-fi games just don't interest me all...
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    Sticky: Re: The Ol' Shisha Den (OOC Chat)

    If my char dies or gets too boring, I will arise as an ultraviolent Hindu warrior guru.
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    Re: [Proposal] Age of Absolutism

    Ah, alright. Well, I'm really not familiar at all with the history of the Ottoman Empire, they're one of the big blind spots of my historical knowledge. They will definitely exist, but unless I can...
  18. Sticky: Re: The Honorable Club of Role Playing Gentlemen and Ladies of the Center Total war

    You have a point. I think we should have a vote on the general setting before we go any further:

    Aggy's Proposal (Unknown event, cryo-frozen survivors in the same world as we live in, but far into...
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    Sticky: Re: The Ol' Shisha Den (OOC Chat)

    I prefer Evangelical Protestantism, but let's not dive into a religious discussion here. Now, on to our jihad plans...
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    Still overdone, but it's fun to be a nutcase conspiracy theorist. Reptilians!
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    Yeah, pretty much. I'd probably be either a tinfoil hat conspiracy theorist, a bum, or some random hick, depending on the scenario.
  22. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    Ah, alright.
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    Re: [Proposal] Age of Absolutism

    Demesne size would be vastly increased, hence the "age of absolutism" moniker. Regarding military, I intended for retinues to be the primary armies for the game, and reduce the amount of the cap they...
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    Sticky: Re: The Ol' Shisha Den (OOC Chat)

    I was. Also, I think there was a bit of a joke going around after RoI for CKII was announced that everyone was going to be playing campaigns as Norse Pagans in India or something similar.
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    I'm really not sure. Our characters, I think, would never know that. Likely all they would gather would be from whatever papers and signs are lying about the lab. Perhaps they were meant to be guinea...
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    Re: [Proposal] Age of Absolutism

    I find that I spend nearly all my CKII time at max speed (even wars), and really I think I should be lowering speed way more than I am.
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    Can I be Norse Pagan?
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    See, I don't think there should be the destruction of electronics or anything (and definitely not mechanical things). I really like my idea of cryogenically frozen modern folks in a world of cavemen,...
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    Never played EUIV, looks awesome though. Does it have the character role play depth of CKII?
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    Re: [Proposal] Age of Absolutism

    Ideally, I could eventually find a way to make "down time" more eventful so that years don't shoot by like they do in Vanilla.
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    Well yeah, especially if it's the South, I wasn't talking about the guy who did a tour in the Army 20 years ago, I was talking about uber-SEALs.
  32. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    The government ought to have the powers the Constitution gives it and the rest ought to be abolished.
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    The entire fun of it is to be average Joes in a survival situation. If we wanted to be Marines in a survival situation, well, we'd just play as Marines, because that's the epicness they do every day....
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    [Proposal] Age of Absolutism

    So folks, I've always looked at CKII and at ETW and desired a cross between them. Now that's completely impossible, however I still really want a CKII game set in the 1700s era of ETW. Looking...
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    Addressing what someone said earlier, as much as I'm usually for few rules, I would almost make it a rule that no one can have any military experience (MAYBE we can have some cops), and everyone must...
  36. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    That's the problem. Our government is so jacked up right now, the only way to get it back to sanity is to very slowly return powers to where they belong and go back to normal, but with the political...
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    Alright, the Sam Houston guy is going to be Samuel Isaac Eggers, son of Hiram W. Eggers, who will fight in 1812, lead a massive wave of immigrants to Texas (can he found the colony? I don't remember...
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    I'm actually with Fred here, though for the sake of the free market rather than for its abolition. :surprise:
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    I still want to do my High Rock game. Is anyone else interested?
  40. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    Abolish the Fed. Also, Gunny, TGW is a masterpiece.
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