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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    My first article already addressed the part about mismanagement. Almost everyone was permitted to vaccinate from the beginning (which explains the good start, but also the subsequent stagnation) and...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    I didn't say that the government collapsed because of the coronavirus. Its mishandling of the pandemic is part of the crisis Romania currently faces. Anyway, so you mean that Patriarch Daniel is not...
  3. Re: Is there anyway to play as India in Barbarian Invasion?

    Yes, as Leandros said, the map only reaches until western Iran, so you are not going to find a small mod that just adds an Indian faction to the game. You can try an overhaul, though. The SAI mod...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Where is globalism going? Towards making Transylvania Hungarian/Jewish/Masonic again?

    In other news, back in 2016 one dozen children (youngest of them was 8 years old) were arrested by the police...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Yes, Bart is alright, it's a Romanian Church thing. Most, if not all, Orthodox Churches in the Balkans are autocephalous (fancy word for autonomous) since the 19th and 20th centuries. The reasons for...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    The Romanian center-right government just collapsed following a vote of no confidence. The country is in a dismal situation, because the coronavirus is wreaking havoc and only one third of the...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Nice catch, it's indeed Darius suppressing one of the Elamite rebellions. Not sure which one exactly, but probably the first, since Açina was delivered to him. Martiya was disposed of by the Elamites...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Well you can't miss the Popemobile!

    https://i.imgur.com/RKDlGGe.jpg
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    [MOVED TO VOTE] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    My bad, I should have been clearer. The exception is not just porn, but the rule about obscenity, in general, and especially in what concerns (visual or textual) related to sexual activities.
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    Footnotes are not just used for citations. This only happens in books aiming at a wider audience and where the publisher imposes his will on the author, in order to make the product less intimidating...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Looks like the assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II.
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    Re: Guess where?

    Well, it's château, but I'll accept it.:P What gave it away?
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    Re: Guess where?

    Sarpedon fanboy as well, so I concur!

    The view from the tower:
    https://i.imgur.com/L8l9lUS.jpg

    And from below:
    https://i.imgur.com/CtGBSZW.jpg
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    [MOVED TO VOTE] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    The proposal looks like an attempt to circumvent the current system. If the infraction is not overturned in the Tribunal, on what grounds are the citizens supposed to grant the appeal? Besides a...
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    Re: Guess where?

    The Lycian tombs in Myra. I think it's the Ocean Necropolis.
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    Re: Napoleons best opponents

    I think a bit more nuance is needed. French artillery was the best in the Napoleonic wars and played a crucial role in French victories. Besides the logistics and the professionalism of the crews,...
  17. Sticky: The Chat Thread (rules included in the opening post)

    Remember, this is for conversations, not spam. Here are the rules we've agreed on for this thread:


    If you want to discuss anything about these, then please address it the moderation commentary...
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    How did they fail? Can you cite an example?

    As far as I see it, each article includes the basic information and the footnote guides the reader to find more details about a specific aspect of the...
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    Re: Repost the Constitution - An Idea

    What's wrong with the footnotes? They have been implemented in order to make the constitution more readable and comprehensible.
  20. Re: Anyone seen Roman Alleys get overran?

    Well the satrap revolted. The Iranian people that conquered Parthia and established the Arsacid Empire were never subjected to the Seleucids (or to Alexander). That being said, Parthia shouldn't be...
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    Re: Describe The Person Above You (Read OP)

    Please make some effort in describing the person above you. Extremely short messages are forbidden per the OP's rules:

    The person above looks like a Hungarian hussar with an impeccable uniform,...
  22. Re: Anyone seen Roman Alleys get overran?

    That's very rare, in almost every campaign of mine, the Romans stomped the opposition. Let the British conquer them I say (provided they succeed, I have seen single-territory factions destroying huge...
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    Sticky: Re: RELEASED: RVINA ROMAE

    Don't insult each other guys.

    Anyway, about the CTD. Some of the units have the wrong skins, which causes crashes. This includes the Gothic heavy cavalry and the Roman elite archers. They are a...
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    Poll: German Parliamentary Elections for 2021

    Well the German elections just happened and CDU lost its dominance after more than 15 years. On the other hand, SPD came back in the first place for the first time in the last two decades. It holds...
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    Correct! Mola was born in Cuba, back then deep into seditious mood against the empire. He left the island for Spain, fought in Morocco and planned the 1936 coup against the republican government....
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    Nice!:laughter: His character was similar to Saruman's, that's for sure, but, unlike him, he was clean shaved and wore glasses. A few extra hints: The red beret is very useful in providing the...
  27. Re: The Origin of the Kalash People of Pakistan

    Yes, of course there was, it's called the Macedonian naming dispute. The legend of the descendants of Macedonian soldiers living somewhere near Hindu Kush is as old as Kipling's "The man who would be...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    Opposed, because I believe the Curia should be held at the minimum standards the absolute majority of the forum's membership is actually capable of maintaining. Rewards and medals are revoked in both...
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    At first, I instinctively thought of St. Helena... Anyway, let's stay on the topic of Hispanic America (sort of).

    In times of turmoil,
    I quit my home's soil
    crossed an ocean to fight for the...
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    That's indeed helpful. Is it Malinche, Cortez' concubine and interpreter that played a crucial role in the conquest of the Aztec empire? Apparently there is a volcano named after her in Mexico, whose...
  31. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of Ukraine

    Meh, Macron is going to cry, but who cares. Where is he going to sell those submarines? To China? The French president has been copying Erdoğan's flamboyant style in foreign policy and already...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    That's right. Tuka was a professor, ardent Slovak nationalist, radical fascist, prime-minister of the German protectorate and a war-criminal, largely responsible for the Jewish Holocaust in Slovakia.
  33. [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [AWARD] King Athelchan for Curia Service Award

    From my interactions with him, Athelstan was a very diligent, careful and efficient Curator with an adorable profile picture. Always willing to guide me through the Curia Labyrinth in a joyful and...
  34. Poll: Re: Which mechanic to increase the late-game difficulty do you prefer in Total War games?

    What I personally value the most in the late-game challenges is their plausibility and not how hard they are to be overcome. Attila's solution is a good example. The Huns are really a pain, with...
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    Sticky: Re: Tweeting politics and science.

    In other news, Australians have ruined ducks.
  36. Re: Cyprus: Teachers asked to tear out controversial page from schoolbooks.

    I don't think the freedom of expression applies for the "Kemal" affair, but it does for the case of the investigated headmaster. There is no clause for free speech in the Cypriot constitution, but...
  37. Re: Cyprus: Teachers asked to tear out controversial page from schoolbooks.

    I think you really underestimate the preponderance of personality cults. Glorifying texts like these are pretty common almost everywhere, European countries included. It's not limited to state...
  38. Re: Cyprus: Teachers asked to tear out controversial page from schoolbooks.

    Even in Greece there were no Greeks 5.000 years ago.:P Anyway, Cyprus is not Greece, however, so I don't think this should be relevant. Cyprus was not even part of the Ottoman Empire during WWI. In...
  39. Cyprus: Teachers asked to tear out controversial page from schoolbooks.

    The Ministry of Education in Cyprus instructed the teachers of public schools to remove a controversial page from the English language schoolbooks. The teachers unexpectedly reacted to this rather...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria II

    In France, the supreme court overturned the previous dismissal of charges about complicity in human crimes that had been brought against the multinational company Lafarge. The judges also upheld the...
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