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Hi, folks, welcome to another daily, infrequently updated edition of the Frozen Terrain Bottom 11500, the list that showcases the biggest heaps of worthless material known apparently as anyone who plays Cybernations who hasn't been playing for nearly half a decade uninterrupted. Or possibly anyone that hasn't been sitting on collected money earned while avoiding costly wars, defined by those who are in the most glorious and honorable top one thousand as "fighting really hard for a couple rounds and then ... well, everything's out of range so I just kind of don't do anything."

Said another non top 11500er, "I really dislike it when I get zi'd and can buy back to an infra level a good 85, 90% of everyone else will never reach with billions to spare. I just have to keep clicking and it gets soooooo tedious." "My favorite part is when the amount of tech I have can't be destroyed nearly as quickly as it should be for the insane, overpowered and probably game breaking advantages it provides so I can easily destroy someone else who hasn't simply been around as long as I have in an instant and then gloat about it," said another, snorting.

THE GRAVEYARD OF WORTHLESS PEOPLE: It's worth noting that the bottom 11500 is filling up FAST with the corpses of those that really don't mean anything at all since they are in the grand scheme of things pretty much not big and will never matter so who gives a crap. The most productive person on record is one of today's active nations, but the list is rapidly getting clogged with bodies of other equally worthless nations and whom if they happened to find themselves at war should probably just give up because who cares. To get this bottom 11500 I had to scroll past ~1000 nations.

What this means is that we may be reaching the peak of creative commentary in this war. We're also now recording a full 7 days of trivial, meaningless destruction in each of these pathetic plebe wars, and even for fighters of this lackluster caliber, countless worthless and equally inane activities such as fighting so called "opposition," on this scale will take it out of the people who really matter who have to pretend to care. Our number one war for today (which I'll come to further down the page if I feel like it,) may be the high worthless mark (or should that be high who gives a crap mark?) of the conflict. On future days where I'm not reporting constant updates infrequently, I'll try and report on the all time number one most worthless waste of effort as well as the day's biggest loser.

Anyways, here's a list of anyone on the bottom 11500 who should probably just quit while they're behind. I would pin point it exactly but honestly who cares about any of these people in the grand scheme of things:

http://www.cybernations.net/allNations_display.asp?Page=38&Order=DESC&Field=Strength

One bottom 11500 even offered us this cute, naive, hilarious offering upon finding out he was among the bottom 11500:

"I'm just glad my nation has a chance, y'kno? Maybe one day, if everyone else who created their nation before me disappears and their billions upon billions of money do too, I may also have the benefit of strategically playing my nation into a position of hibernation while others beat the crap out of each other." ... the cute little irrelevant nation, terribly unaware of their worthlessness and toilet-paper like stature in CN said.

"Maybe I'll get to be like one of the cool people and talk about how my extraordinarily large and ridiculously stacked nation's cruise missiles caused as much damage as another person's nuke!" "Maybe I'll get to have a full wonder set at 5k ns with a 14 billion dollar warchest!" they said as their eyes grew. "Can you imagine how much fun that would be for all of us currently worthless, hopelessly suffering peons?"

This is satire, deal with it.

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ain't nothin wrong with having a large nation after spending so many years building it. right?

I'd also like to point out I first joined CN in 2006 and was once in the top 3%, but my current nation is 74 days old and a meager 8k NS, and I am still enjoying myself. It ain't all that hard!

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ain't nothin wrong with having a large nation after spending so many years building it. right?

I'd also like to point out I first joined CN in 2006 and was once in the top 3%, but my current nation is 74 days old and a meager 8k NS, and I am still enjoying myself. It ain't all that hard!

lol it's satire you clown :wub:

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