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Ivan Moldavi

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  • Birthday 09/06/1976

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  1. So...just popping in here to point out that I was never a Francoist and never supported it beyond its use as a tool for manipulating the masses. I’m sorry that some have evidently drunk too much of the kool-aid over the years but it is definitely not okay to be considered an OOC fascist under any circumstances in my opinion. Keep it IC kids. Also, hello.
  2. I agree with this summary. Several of the events that happened after GW1 ran contrary to my policies. Different Emperors had different agendas. Also, if Legion had honoured their treaty then GW1 may have gone differently. As it was, the aggressors were able to get a personal apology from me and nothing more. Hardly a steamroll.
  3. I was the first Emperor of the NPO here. I was elected. I founded Polar and was the first Emperor there. After GW1 and overseeing the rebuilding of the NPO to the top spot in the game I resigned as Emperor. For Polar, I passed it to Tygaland early on because I didn't have time to run both effectively. NSO was an experiment that was meant to pull together people that were traditionally oppositional to the NPO and/or Polar and indoctrinate them to my way of thinking. It was not meant to be subservient to any other alliance, but was meant to be friendly to the other two for the most part. It was designed to be something different than the others and different from most of the rest of CN. By and large the structures I started with have remained in place even if the friendliness between the three faltered at points. Polar eventually came to include active NAAC people because they needed somewhere to go when their alliance failed. That happens often in CN, or at least it used to. No one who eventually controlled Polar was secretly a NAAC sleeper or anything, they had all adjusted to the Order. The same can be said for the NPO and NSO. Some of the Emperors/Empresses were once people that fought against the Orders.
  4. It took me approximately 20 seconds to read your response, and ten to type this. No care needed. Also, I've never claimed to be otherwise. EDIT: regarding my contributions to this game...do a little research - maybe look up Moderation on the old forums.
  5. Yeah, this is incorrect. First, I didn't select the target, I just drafted the declaration and included a few of my own comments. Second, if you want to talk about it, Legion failed to uphold their treaty and stabbed me in the back without cause or justification. That has been proven countless times and I see no reason to rehash it here. Finally, it is a sad state that your so-called alliance can't protect new nations that join you. Isn't that the sole reason for an alliance? Blaming the NSO for the incompetence of your internal structure is just the latest in the long long list of inadequacies Legion has represented in its long history.
  6. Oh, I think you have (yet again) misunderstood. First, you contradict yourself. Was I a 'legend' or was I forgotten? It can't actually be both. Second, and this is the important bit, I don't care. If the game is faltering and dying, why would it matter if someone comes back and makes a post? Logically, how is it even possible that having someone create a nation is the 'reason' for the downfall of the game? That doesn't make any sense. Further, how is it logical that people like myself, who actively contributed to the development of this game in many more ways than just alliance announcements, are the reason? Again, you make no sense. Regardless, it's important to remember what I said above: I don't care.
  7. Right. So you didn't bother to read the rest of the thread or any of my prior posts, correct? Makes sense. People like you are a large part of why I left. I'm not actually involved in the war, nor am I actually requesting help. It was a comment made in jest because of the lack of active involvement at the time from Legion. As to the rest of the drivel, meh.
  8. So, let me get this straight. Your argument is that the NSO is irrelevant because the Legion is irrelevant? Okay, good to know. Thanks for your input.
  9. So is it just me or is this pretty boring? Can we get a few other alliances involved? Anyone want to hit Legion? Free tech evidently.
  10. I don't know Junka, but based on his posts here I can definitely see your point.
  11. Lots of people admired Vladimir. That's just how it goes sometimes.
  12. Missed this earlier. Hello, my name is Ivan. If you read any of my posts from the distant past you will likely find your initial impression to be well founded. Cheers!
  13. Well some people (prob just me) may hope that others will decide to attack Legion too just for fun and beat them to dust. But maybe that's just me. Regardless, while I don't know you because I don't know much of anyone here, you strike me as the sort that would have said the exact opposite if we had decided to attack a smaller alliance that we could beat. Whatever floats your boat I guess.
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