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  1. Sticky: Re: [Election-XII-2020] Praefect Debate Thread

    If you haven't eaten 10 thousand bananas with GED, you are inherently unable to be beyond reproach. In any case though, I can certainly appreciate a more conservative use of the powers. Would you say...
  2. Sticky: Re: [Election-XII-2020] Praefect Debate Thread

    After not participating in citizenship for a while and seemingly writing off the site, why do you care now to partake in this role?
  3. Re: Medieval II - France Turn 25 and 50 Saved Games

    I like this idea. I find extreme replayability in using the hotseat mode to throw the game out a few hundred turns in the future, then take control of one of the very unusual factions that result.
  4. Sticky: Re: Citizenship and Other Awards Suggestions

    I'd like it if there was an automation of milestones like this to mark someone's 'progress' as a user, in a way that would blend in with titles and rep. Honestly though, I'm not even the largest fan...
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    Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    You might take my walls, but you'll never destroy my wee boulder.
  6. Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    Likewise didn't say you did. I simply encourage the questions to be considered over a longer period. I'd even say their shelf life isn't really limited given the range of answers and the lack of an...
  7. Re: [Decision] Troy Badges Competition

    If someone's willing to add in, there's a new game (even small) and the membership ultimately approves, I'd say why not.
  8. Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    The questions posed so far have quite a few solid answers. Definitely not expired for material yet.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Better times saw similarly polar responses. We'll see if the outcome is ultimately positive.
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    Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    I raise your book the next generation of knowledge, Encyclopedia Majora, aka Encyclopedia Imbicilia. None can stand before its girth.
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    Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    That's the spirit. At this rate TWC's intrigue and population will skyrocket in no time.

    Baby steps though, baby steps.
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    Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    Where in any way does this have to do with information that isn't revealed already, like so? In fact, where does this directly request any information from either party about anything that isn't...
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    Re: Various downtimes today

    Considering I experienced nothing on either, sounds like it's a very temporary and/or local glitch at best, and not worth noting unless there are other symptoms.
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    Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    Though the pen is mightier than the sword, as a third and final option a test of martial prowess should indeed be acceptable.
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    [Decision] Trial by Combat

    In light of tribunal membership hiccups, general speed concerns and the need for more intrigue, I propose we allow infracted members to appeal via trial by combat here. The subject is up for...
  16. Re: [Britannia Expansion - Custom Submod] The Isles of Chaos (Roleplay Hotseat)

    I know I had this written, save uploaded, etc... but the thread does tend to be a bit of a :wub: as far as actually posting for me. So whoops. Here we are.

    Far from our worst slog or an unusual...
  17. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    It's a policy of mine to avoid new games as a general rule, but I've had some thoughts for things to write that would be newer to me at least. Murky in detail and motivationally deprived as usual,...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    The tricky thing here is balancing between curial oversight and convenience, as well as the possible flurry of things for members to look at if they are properly distributed - that effort would...
  19. Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    They're suggestions for questions to pose regularly, the same sort that would be put in the debate thread that you can acknowledge or not (at your own risk). My impression is iskar meant this as...
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    Re: Total war Saga : Kingdoms

    On the other, other hand, if they come from a paradox title or have any number of content driven predispositions, tob is going to quickly look incredibly flat. That thought might work for some. It'll...
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    Re: Total war Saga : Kingdoms

    This wouldn't be a great takeaway; ToB's primary criticism was being boring and offering little, certainly as far as creativity and content goes. They took virtually no risks, and that, I'd say, is...
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    Re: Total war Saga : Kingdoms

    I'm biased, being disinterested completely in gunpowder era content; I do think it's the sort of thing that would require almost a spinoff series completely to do justice and allow TW to go back to...
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    Re: Total war Saga : Kingdoms

    I'm not too concerned with the setting and time period of the game, and rather the mechanics. As much as it's a risk and probably beyond CA's willingness to take, saga titles strike me as the...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Now that I think of it, my original thoughts for how to execute this would probably work just fine.
    - Takes 3 supports and 3 days to move to vote. Kept up on, a very simple part of the process.
    -...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Some level of oversight would be nice for that reason, even if the nominator could well make a solid case and the consul and/or seconds can pretty simply check them, assuming they're proposed and...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    I'd be game for that course.
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    Re: UESW 501 - Submissions

    Just another hillside battle in Hyrule Total War, with a slight elevation pitch.
    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/375127616534872077/713423186427117598/0750.png
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    Sticky: Re: Art Requests - all non-modding requests

    A most excellent graphic.
  29. Re: General discussion (use of already implemented functions, etc.)

    What I'm wanting is natural integration with current mods that use batch files for as clean a system as possible. Conceptually, it is to execute the tweaker first, put in a delay, then launch the...
  30. Re: General discussion (use of already implemented functions, etc.)

    I'd rather have the option or the default of a mod's batch file invoking this tool so it is not required to be fiddled with on the end-user in any way through executables, correct me if it does this...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Thank you Morticia for directly addressing the topic.


    Firstly, this is a bar for me, not to raise for other people (it's not much of a defined bar in the first place). The bronze level is to...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    All of the modding awards are in the remit of the curia, aren't they?
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Per above, I seek to address the nature of the awards; improving their structure is a step towards making people actually want to use them. It certainly doesn't help when, changes aside, the...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    It could be, but it isn't. Firstly, nobody's been arsed to bother; I find it very difficult to see people turn around in this thread and say what it could be used for when they haven't so much as...
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    Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    I would not be concerned about distribution. I have an initiative to propose and distribute the receivers if the system is only functional enough to work nicely, regardless of the above list. My...
  36. Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    It's easy to remember 'the gist' of the constitution, then review it when relevant portions apply to your case whatever you think your memory is of it, and if you miss something, be corrected by...
  37. Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    To be quite contrarian, question 1 and 2 address different things with fundamentally different answers. Q2 simply makes you think more and unless you broaden your answer to Q1, it in no way includes...
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    Re: The Total War Chat Thread

    A holdover, generally, for much more ambitious things. Given the way CA's releases work, that logic does indeed not really apply, and the main reason would be novelty/expecting to break into sales...
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    [Discussion] Modding Awards

    As interesting as the stream of VONC's or the latest constitution efforts are, I'm shifting in a different direction and approaching a matter that seems to have been lost to the ages once more....
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    Re: The Total War Chat Thread

    CA isn't in the remaster business; my overall faith aside, we don't have much to say one way or another unless we jimmy up logic from their foray into the Alien franchise. I'd like to think they're a...
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