I finished season 2 of House of Cards this weekend. The show is, to be frank, undoubtably going to be remembered in the history of television as the vanguard of internet streaming shows. But also as one of the greatest shows of all television history. If you can't tell I'm a big fan.
What was your favorite aside? What do you think is going to happen in the next season?
Does anyone else mind me politicizing my misinterpretation of an obviously innocent and in this case unrelated post? This is obviously the work of Kashmir's virus attack system. The Entropic Reaction Party will not stand for this. Wake up, thee "deceived!"
Is it democratic? Are you the tyrant? Philosopher king? Is it large? Small? Massively recruiting or does it take months to achieve complete membership? What does your alliance strive to accomplish? How would they react to political happenings that makes it your dream alliance? Is it all about having fun or is it about achieving a goal? What is this alliances name?
Be as descriptive or nondescript as you want.
I for one would love to see more members of the community speaking their mind through the integrated blog system. I find some of the most interesting conversations in the blog comment section. However, I can see the issues some other bloggers are dealing with becoming a minor annoyance, especially for those with struggling or just starting out audiences. Do you think blogs are here to stay in cybernations? Or do you think our "world" would be a better place without them?
Throughout my time playing cybernations, and I'm sure many of you can relate, either from direct experience or otherwise, there are those new players among us who simply don't get it.
When people talk about what keeps them playing you rarely hear people say the actual game, for most of us the best part of the game is the community and the forums. For many the hurdle lying before realizing full enjoyment of this game is a lack of understanding how forums and IRC work. If the game wasn't alread
The following are logs I've received pertaining to the security of my alliance, Kashmir. Personally I find it hilarious, but I don't think it's appropriate for anyone to go to forums not associated with Cyber Nations and harass them so that they will come and harass people that they aren't too keen on. It's not necessarily against any rules, but it's not the type of behavior that we as a community should accept.
[15:35:53] <Rotavele> Can you keep a secret?
[15:36:29] <Hereno> no