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Faust Betreur

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About Faust Betreur

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    ban evasion ftl

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    Faust Betreur
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    Seaworthy Liberian Cardboard Boxes
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  1. Nice Grouping. That's a thing people say, right? When two terrible alliances treaty up?
  2. This makes a ton of sense. My understanding was that you declared on NPO as a pre-emptive measure before they entered the NpO war. That war is long finished, and yet you still need to take your pound of flesh from them? Why? What's the basis? Probably someone else already said that but I didn't want to read the whole thread.
  3. "The crack of Andrews sniper signified that he had fired. The closest Banshee spiraled out of control as it's pilot was killed. The two remaining Banshees made a sharp turn, and headed back for another pass. Colin began firing onto them with the Machine Gun; he hit the one of the left's wing, and sent it spirialling into his wingman. " ... And we interrupt this engaging fan fiction to bring you the latest news from your friends at SLCB! [quote][CENTER][B]"A democracy is a government in the hands of men of low birth, no property, and vulgar employment" [i]~ Aristotle[/i][/B] [img]http://
  4. That's 1001 points of happiness you've missed out on
  5. I'm guessing people are reading all the commentaries relating to their alliance, yeah. If I get bored later I'll fill this thing in btw, stay tuned!
  6. For anyone who was worried that he doesn't have enough experience, he knows! The plan is to join GPA, have a snoop around to see how they do business, then resign after one month and use their ideas, safe in the knowledge that he has SLCB protection. Everybody wins.
  7. Huh, we're pretty unpopular. We never even do anything these days.
  8. [quote name='WorldConqueror' timestamp='1303910119' post='2700322'] Does this mean you're willing to disband yours? (not that I don't like SLCB.) [/quote] No, but I take your point. It's a prisoner's dilemma.
  9. The problem with CN is that there are far, far too many alliances. [img]http://blog.ascentis.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/The_More_You_Know.jpg[/img]
  10. On a personal note, forgiving the reps had nothing to do with PR since I didn't really expect this to be announced and I knew full well that even if it was, the people who were too blind to see why reps were justified in the first place would hardly be mollified by the forgiving of reps later on. That's neither here nor there, this is a place to congratulate TKTB et al on a job well done, so well done. I wish you the best of luck going forward.
  11. The paper is about government formation, why would he need to go into depth detailing the mechanics of CN and the game's peculiarities? Having said that, I don't think there's that much complexity in the decision making processes behind the formation of most governments in CN; the issues that we see in real world government formation, such as civil liberty, social mobility, elitism, ethnicity, culture et cetera simply don't matter in a world where governments are responsible for a few hundred people at best and the majority of those aren't hugely interested in internal politics.
  12. Treaties aren't as fun when they aren't secret, ah well
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