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  1. Settlement central square and morale of defending units

    My issue may be more related to Medieval II than EBII, but since I am not interested in any other TW game besides EBII for now, I'll ask here. Are there any others who find that the central square...
  2. Thread: 2020

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    Re: 2020

    Yeah, like that Cthulhu guy.
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    Re: 2020

    A genius question. That may very well be the big surprise that nobody saw coming.
  4. Re: Playing as Romani: How do you handle the massive influx of all those FM in the early game?

    I personally believe that the traits, loyalty, and election mechanics become something of a chore and reduce my enjoyment of the game. However, I never felt that the sheer number of FMs would be a...
  5. Thread: 2020

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    Re: 2020

    I can imagine poor Wilhelm on his horse on a modern highway, witnessing a phenomenal number of automobiles passing him.
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    It is quite remarkable how difficult it is to predict the future. Almost all future predictions have a assumed material and energy-based advances like the flying cars that you mention. And cybernetic...
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    Re: 2020

    It's been a great year and a great thread. For me to poop on.
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    Sticky: Re: The "Say "Cheese" thread (Read OP for rules)

    Nice to hear that! Now that you brought folk metal into this, I guess my non-Goth defence starts crumbling. I own a Korpiklaani shirt and have been at least to a Metsatöll concert. I guess I better...
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    Maybe red head occurs in fully Gothic people occasionally, but I think that we have to explore the possibility that Morticia is only half Gothic genetically. Like from her mother's side. At least...
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    Unlike that ninety percent of the Total War nerds, obviously I have no trouble talking to a beautiful woman. The right words just kind of flow out naturally.
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    Argh. Now you are a Schrödinger's strategy gamer. A regular hairy-ass dude and a hot girl at the same time. I am not sure that I can handle this uncertainty.

    No, wait. Did you just put that...
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    Haha, I *knew* it. Too much to hope for that there would have been an actual female member on a strategy gaming forum. Well, that's hot enough for me though :)
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    Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    I thought I'd never see you folks and your cats again. The forum was down for quite a long while. Everything seems to work faster now, but that may be just due to lack of traffic until it picks it up...
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    Thank you. That is an unfortunate direction to take a game series to.

    I don't think I have ever enjoyed those melee-heavy fighting games. It becomes such a chore and repetitive. Not sure why...
  15. Re: Is there a way to play EB II with English unit/building names like in the first one?

    I am sorry that I cannot help you, but why are the native names such a deal breaker? One of the greatest things about EBII is that it creates an amazing sense of immersion and historical accuracy,...
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    Re: Fairy Tales

    :laughter: Well, at least nothing sounds more French than "Tausendschönchen", so you got me convinced. Well, Zwiebelkuchen and Rostbratwurst come close.
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    Is any of these Assassin's Creed games worth the trouble for someone who does not like arcadey hack and slash gameplay?
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    Re: Fairy Tales

    I think I understand what you mean by your German soul. Our language is heavily compounding too, and failure to write compounds correctly is associated with undesirable personal qualities by many....
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    Re: I've decided to join Isis

    I do not know what cookie is in Classical Greek, so I cannot coin a word that directly corresponds to anthropomorphic. However, I propose the Latinate word "crustuloform" to refer to deities that...
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    Re: Fairy Tales

    Thank you for clarifying, Morticia, but I am not sure that I understand all of it. Wouldn't it be something like rosenrot in German as well? Without any hyphens?
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    Re: Fairy Tales

    Somehow I was under the impression that Morticia had written a fairy tale and I felt obliged to read through that oddly clumsy translation. Perhaps it is an old translation, back from the time when...
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    Re: I've decided to join Isis

    Hip is an anatomical feature of anthropomorphic gods. It is in the lower middle section of the body; essentially where legs are connected to the torso. In that general area there are connectivity...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Now I remember that we established this before. Forgive me; I meet a gazillion of people in real life and online, and remembering who may or may not be Finnish is by no means a given for an...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Oh, a clandestine Finn amidst our ranks. Fair enough.

    I must commend you for your cooking and choice of tableware. All of the stuff you make seems unusual and authentic and I really like those...
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    Re: The CAT thread

    That is so sweet. Chilling inside where it's warm with your cat buddy. And in a human bed supposedly, which is always the best.

    I can kind of relate because I just did a store run inspired by...
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    Re: The Photo-Thread

    You are practically describing my situation! Now to the store, and then a friendly kippis back at you!
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Wait a minute, buster! Where did you get Finnish kimchi from? I didn't even know that there was Finnish kimchi.
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    Re: The CAT thread

    Thank you for the explanation! I am happy to hear that you do not have to pay crazy sums to keep your lair livable. I guess it is the harsh winters here that have brought about almost universal...
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    Re: The Photo-Thread

    I read some of the recent messages by Flinn and now I have to run to the store to get some wine. And possibly peaches, if they have any. Nothing much to photograph on the way, given that this part of...
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    Re: The CAT thread

    That is absolutely fascinating. Even for a person that is no Mr. Fixit or heating and plumbing oriented. I have never seen one before. Where do the tubes go? And, perhaps more importantly, what is it...
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    Re: The CAT thread

    What is that contraption that they are guarding? The one with some kind of tubing presumably going through the wall.
  32. Re: Hot Singles in your Area want to chat

    That may very well be the sweetest thing Cookie has said to anyone. Nothing Akar ever said comes close.
  33. Re: Regarding creating separate steam library for installation

    Too bad I have been off the forum for a while. Did you manage to make it work already? If you did, please post the solution here as well to help the next fellow gamer down the line.

    To me that...
  34. Re: Stylish Eyebrows Thread - because youre worth it

    No, I don't think that a little rust will be a problem. That is a fine automobile and I'll pay what you ask!
  35. Re: bad surprises, funny if its not you, but still funny

    I know. I like to tell myself I am Scandinavian to identify with our illustrious neighbours. But then I just end up effing things up like that when I visit Denmark. Like the Russian I am. Surely a...
  36. Re: Stylish Eyebrows Thread - because youre worth it

    Can someone help me? I am trying to locate the Unsee button but cannot seem to find it.
  37. Re: bad surprises, funny if its not you, but still funny

    I would like to stay on the coffee topic. I was visiting an office in another country. I felt like coffee and in most of Scandinavia, in fact, it is unusual for a person not to drink coffee several...
  38. Re: Sir Anthony Hopkins stole my wallet

    I cannot stop thinking what parts of Roma's body are selective and in what manner.
  39. Re: I am going to drop a 50-megaton hydrogen bomb on top of you, scum

    And here I was planning to visit some of my friends in Maryland and maybe doing a little detour around Virginia to meet up with the only American pig dog that I truly care about, Roma_victrix. And...
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    Re: Cookiewiki

    Isn't this the individual who runs a fraudulent mutual repping scheme? I took up the offer and haven't seen anything in the way of reps.

    As a repellent, we could add to the wiki that consumers...
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