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World Demographics


wickedj

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Its always cool, atleast to me, to see the stats of the game after each big war. Afterall we track the GRL's climb like selecting a new Pope or something. My photobucket has been full of fail in recent months so if these dont show ill rehost them and repost.

This one would be almost a full year ago, during Karma war iirc

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12/27/09 would be the day the TPF spy drama kicked off

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Two days later

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The next day(i still hate you all for peacing out)

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2/27/10, the peak of the TOP/C&G war..look at that shiny GRL

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And just for fun, today. Pansy would approve of all the military we've managed to kill in only a year

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The "two days later" picture is the same one. As the first TPF one.

Also, did anyone else notice that apparently 300 million soldiers were brought back to life between the Karma War and TPF War? :blink:

(the Karma War picture shows 4.3 billion dead, but in the TPF picture it's just over 4 billion)

And then again, the picture of the height of the TOP-C&G War shows 6.9 billion dead, but if you check the stats today it's only at 6.6 billion. Some kind of bug in the casualty counter?

edit: just realized, it probably just adds up the total casualties of all current nations. So when people with high casualty counts are deleted, all those brave fallen soldiers are wiped out of existence. :P

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Also, did anyone else notice that apparently 300 million soldiers were brought back to life between the Karma War and TPF War? :blink:

(the Karma War picture shows 4.3 billion dead, but in the TPF picture it's just over 4 billion)

And then again, the picture of the height of the TOP-C&G War shows 6.9 billion dead, but if you check the stats today it's only at 6.6 billion. Some kind of bug in the casualty counter?

edit: just realized, it probably just adds up the total casualties of all current nations. So when people with high casualty counts are deleted, all those brave fallen soldiers are wiped out of existence. :P

I think the count is based on extant nations, meaning that when a nation deletes, its casualties go with it, so to speak.

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