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  1. Poll: Re: Troy Badges Competition - Voting poll, 2nd round

    For some reason Tribunes are ladies now.

    ...

    Well, will have to get a new dress then.

    EDIT: on closer inspection it seems at least one of the tribune ladies seems be dressed in nothing but a...
  2. Poll: Re: Which character are you most looking forward to playing in Total War Saga: Troy?

    I'm not sure I'm going to play Troy, as I dislike the hero-centred playstyle introduced by warhammer (been playing 3K in records mode exclusively), but if I had to choose it would be Odysseus: All...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [AWARD] Van Zandt for Curia Service Award

    I don't think mere time served should qualify one for this award. I personally found a certain abrasiveness of attitude not really serving the Curia. Opposed for now.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    What is the stance of the Consulship on what consitutes a Moderation Warning? Does it include notes or only infractions?
  5. Re: Troy Badges Competition - Discussion & Suggestions Thread

    I love the pottery style ones, Akar. Great job! :yes:
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    It survived the Aikanaristas, it will survive the Haderites.
  7. Re: Troy Badges Competition - Discussion & Suggestions Thread

    Not unlikely.

    That said, the idea of doing the badges like pottery illustrations instead of marbles is intriguing and would make for a nice change.
  8. Re: Troy Badges Competition - Discussion & Suggestions Thread

    I can't wait for some kickass greek red-figure pottery or some super mindblowing anatolian early bronze age faiences. Sorry for being ironic, every archeologist knows pottery is THE thing, but then...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    I still got along with 1-3, not as daring in their aesthetics or clear in their narrative as 4-6, but still reasonably enjoyable. I have decided, though, that 7-9 don't even exist. It's better for my...
  10. Sticky: Re: 10 years at TWC

    So this is how Akar dies - with thunderous applause.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    To whom it may concern, due to the recusal of one of the newly elected Magistrates in one of the pending cases (an act the personal integrity of which I highly commend), we happened to be one judge...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    So am I. Appalled.

    gbJfRe6iGlo
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    Poll: Re: [Citizen] Mergor (Patron: Jadli)

    Since the puppy flank is already covered by Hex appointment here is a Tribunal approved kitten to cover the other flank.
    It is currently practising its magic powers on your brain, as you can...
  14. Thread: #JUSTICETOMADORC

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    [ABANDONED] Re: #JUSTICETOMADORC

    I'm all for robocracy.
    http://www.quickmeme.com/img/c6/c6dc835779340ed76fd442472f4387c82fef06812b7300645b53de8289d9a776.jpg
    Unfortunately there are still humans left on the site, so we'll have to...
  15. Thread: #JUSTICETOMADORC

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    [ABANDONED] Re: #JUSTICETOMADORC

    The point is that mad orc is an example why we should exactly not do the thing you suggest as under that regime he would have gotten in.
  16. Thread: #JUSTICETOMADORC

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    [ABANDONED] Re: #JUSTICETOMADORC

    Mad Orc is probably the best argument against your idea. The original application thread sufficiently highlights that, I think.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Fixed that for you.
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    Given the turbulent nature of the Curia I'd wager the terminal velocity cannot be that high :P In a laminar Curia it would fly faster for sure.
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    Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    Of course the questions must be purely optional. They're not meant as a kind of entrance examination for the office.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    The original idea of the sections was that section I states the general structures and offices and section II explains all the voting procedures, hence the separation.
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    I can counter that with the complete works of Conan Doyle on very cheap paper bound in fake leather.
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    I see that your books beat mine, let's see about the steel.

    At noon behind the Curia. :duel:
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Decision] Trial by Combat

    For those that are afraid of battling the Moderators by words, I can offer battling the Tribunes by swords:
    https://www.twcenter.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=361780&d=1590437560
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    Sticky: [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: PENDING] Re: [Decision] Troy Badges

    Why? Will their lifeless bodies be dragged around the walls of the Curia behind a chariot?
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    Sticky: [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: PENDING] Re: [Decision] Troy Badges

    Gather the ships! Ilion must burn!

    On another note, Kalchas, the seer, or Nestor, the oldest of the Achaean generals, may be viable choices for Tribunes/Magistrates.
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    Sticky: [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: PENDING] Re: [Decision] Troy Badges

    I know, my post lacked an "actually" or "instead". You could still use other personnages for Content, maybe Phidias? (though he's not from the Ilias)

    Still, as I said, I detest the Paris...
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    Sticky: [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: PENDING] Re: [Decision] Troy Badges

    I do like my funny chinese Tribune hat, but I'll certainly enjoy being a greek statue as well. Go for it. Also, nice "proof of concept" that already did the whole work, Akar. ;)

    EDIT: Given that...
  28. [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Extend the term of consuls and magistrates

    Four months is already a very long timespan on the internet. I don't think locking someone in office for half a year is helpful - neither is the prospect to bind yourself for such a long time going...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Having votes would release us of the necessity to have set-in-stone criteria for the Consul to follow. Still, a scale of some sort would be helpful to prod decision making in those votes along. I...
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    Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    Less chivalrous than institutionally necessary, but yeah.

    So we have the following:

    1) What motivated you to apply for Magistrate?

    2) The Tribunal's purpose is described as ensuring that the...
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    Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    What assigned thread? We were discussing possible standard questions to be posed to Magistrate candidates in the future.
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    Sticky: Re: [Amendment] Curial Officer Requirements

    People in power such as myself?

    Take a step back from the republic roleplay.

    This is an internet forum where I volunteer to spend my time reviewing moderation interactions. (Neither is a...
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    Sticky: Re: [Amendment] Curial Officer Requirements

    This is sliding into Moderation/Tribunal commentary. Maybe we should get back to the actual proposal. (Feel free to copy your post over to the commentary, of course.)

    Point being, in my opinion...
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    Sticky: Re: [Amendment] Curial Officer Requirements

    I've bolded the relevant adjective:


    Also, the Tribunes can unanimously remove a Magistrate from office. That is a pretty sharp sword to wield, though, and none I have seen used so far.

    What I...
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    Sticky: Re: [Amendment] Curial Officer Requirements

    I'm afraid as long as this includes candidates for the office of Magistrate, which means serving on the Tribunal to assess ToS violations, we're not going to entertain users with recent ToS...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    You'd need some very specific requirements for that, I guess. Now that I try to quantify mods I realise this is not that easy at all. The Bronze level may yet be easy by setting the threshold to a...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    If we want to facilitate the dispension of these awards as envisioned by the Emperor, we might consider having them be no-vote-ones, just assigned by the Consul (in consultation with the Censores,...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    Usually tiered awards (bronze, silver, gold, platinum, emerald, diamond, chocolate) are handled by staff branches responsible for the respective area of the site and, yeah, there's no mention of...
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    [ABANDONED] Re: [Discussion] Modding Awards

    You cannot really blame the Curia for not handing out awards that are not within its remit to bestow. Whether there is still a staff branch willing and able to handle the dispensation of these...
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    Re: Standard questions for magistrate candidates

    Hmm, I would also like to know what candidates think about the underlying concepts of the job as well. As the Emperor nicely put it, it shows how a candidate thinks and approaches these issues.
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