Jump to content

Scourge

Members
  • Content Count

    200
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Scourge

  • Rank
    Emperor's Wrath

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Previous Fields

  • Sanctioned Alliance
    New Pacific Order
  • Nation Name
    Bosthirda
  • Alliance Name
    Officer Emeritus, New Pacific Order
  • Resource 1
    Aluminum
  • Resource 2
    Marble

Recent Profile Visitors

563 profile views
  1. LOL Thanks for showing the world that I was trying to be a stand-up dude about it.
  2. Ask me about the time that I drunkenly sent MI6 running into PM. Hit me up on Discord Tevron, you know where to find me.
  3. LOL Is this !@#$%^& for real?
  4. This is how you can tell Schattenman has never been in an alliance of any real size in a position of any real importance. No military man gives two !@#$% about the FA situation at the time - they just want to $%&@ !@#$ up. tl;dr "I was a !@#$, and they treated me like one!" Dastardly deeds indeed, Os.
  5. I'm a second generation tech producer in CyberNations. My pappy came here as a boy with his parents, and they settled the fertile tech valleys of the New Pacific Order. We've been working those tech fields for three generations - good, hard, honest labor. When I first heard of the illegal tech producer problem I was outraged. Who do these nations think they are, coming to our CyberNations and taking away jobs from hardworking, honest Rulers? I was elated when Admin put up fences along the borders to stop illegal tech producers from streaming in - and even more so when Admin and the Mods rounded up those already here and sent them packing. This is yet another victory for hardworking Rulers such as myself. No longer can illegals undercut our prices and drive the tech market into a downward spiral. I commend Admin and Game Moderation for taking this bold stance to once again restore the CyberNations dream to thousands of our honest tech producers.
  6. Yeah, that's not the funny part. I don't even know how the $%&@ you drew that one out of the op. "...are throwing peripheral allies against an isolated piece of the treaty sphere in order to politically weaken ties between desirable allies and undesirable members of the coalition, or in order to keep certain peripheral alliances from growing enough to be a statistical threat." Is the funny part. Actual, the whole damn thing is hilarious, but that part in particular got me going.
  7. Why talk about winning when you can act and win?

  8. Yeah...that's...hahaha....wow. Nice one, mate, but there's reality, and then there's where this is coming from - very different places.
  9. Man, those are sexy. Excellent work as always Teeters o/
  10. Hey there, I took over moderating the CN Subreddit, r/Cybernations. If you guys would like to bring a member of the CN Mod Team over there, shoot me a PM and I'll set it up. There have been a few posts over there that would have resulted in or directly constituted violations of the Game Rules or Terms of Service, and I have cracked down on those best I can. The latest was a dude who was trying to pay people IRL $$ to "destroy his roommate's nation." That was a fun one. But yeah, thought I would mention it so that y'all know the goal of that subreddit is to be a compliment to the CN Forums, not a "rules free" replacement.
  11. Polar, protect this man.
  12. Scourge

    r/CyberNations

    Hey y'all, With the recent theme of the NPO - DK PIAT, we'd like to invite you all to come on over to the CyberNations subreddit. A place where the points don't matter and you're possibility of getting a ban hammer is greatly reduced. We're working on sprucing the place up a bit, and would love to see you there!
  13. Scourge

    Seriously...

    Seeing as the policy of not banning people on that basis was what outraged the community just about a year ago with Rotavele, I don't see that there really could be a right side on this issue. Ninja Edit: If you want to go into the "multi, not multi" debate, there are two main points I'd make: If you're cheating with only two nations, you're not gaining enough to justify the risk and the headache. If you're cheating on a large scale, you're going to be caught, so you're not gaining enough to justify the risk and the headache. I don't think anyone can dispute that. So, now that it's clear that anyone who does legitimately cheat would be an idiot, why are we clamping down on small scale "cheaters" like they are the Hitler reincarnate? I don't think there is a clear indicator - aside from consistently and always logging in one after the other - that would ever be a real proof that the nations were controlled by one user in a world where IP checks aren't a thing. As far as similar builds or similar actions, you have to assume that this is one old player introducing a new player, who is likely going to share their knowledge and advice with the other. So it seems that apart from the log in times, an educated guess is all that the mods really have left. Are they making a guess that this person is a cheater based on a bunch of circumstantial evidence, or are they assuming they are cheating because there are two nations and they are an idiot? Apparently we'll never know, and it doesn't really matter for those of us who don't take advantage of the new multi rules, but it is a fun thought experiment.
×
×
  • Create New...