Ladies and gentlemen,
I was never a real blogger, or someone who needed to share his thoughts with the outside world. Today though, something came to my attention, which I need to ventilate to the rest of the world.
As you all know, my alliance is at war with several alliances (who's alliance isn't at this point in time). Some of us want to come to an understanding regarding peace, cessation of hostilities and so on. My alliance, myself and of course a lot of other people are against terms, may it be monetary, may it be physical as in destroying improvements, wonders, military etc. A plain no re-entry clause will do.
It's hard enough to come to an understanding between opposing parties, even if one is the obvious loser. Now enter a third party who fights on 'our' side, and is frustrating peace talks by only wanting one thing: disbandment of the alliance we're both fighting.
Now here my frustration starts. One thing is that this way it's impossible for us to get peace, white peace to be precise, the only thing we'll go for. The other thing is that I hate the fact that some people want to make the game impossible to play for others. If they don't have it their way, there will be no way at all.
How can you be such an utter @#$*@$#, and still think you hold the moral high ground? We're talking about forcing an alliance into disbanding here – an alliance which merely came to the defense of their long time allies. Sure, we aren't friends, but why make life impossible for each other?
I know these ramblings might seem futile. I'm sure people will laugh about it, think I'm a puss of some sort. At least I can go to sleep at night knowing I'm fighting a clean fight and don't bully others into deleting their nations to escape some !@#$%^&* ulterior motives.
erikz of Twinte
ps.: I'm asking you to be lenient towards me about my (probably obvious) spelling or grammar mistakes.
ps two: Misfit nations; please contact me about the reps I'm going to pay for the Knights of Hyrule. You promised you to contact me but haven't done so yet.