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LordSunday

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    Independent Republic of Orange Nations
  • Nation Name
    The House
  • Alliance Name
    IRON
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    Iron
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    Marble

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  1. Past month has been steady decline. Lost about 100 over the course of it. We're still likely looking at the dedicated bottom out being in the lower 2000s; the slide to that point is just occurring sooner and faster than I personally expected. Current projected end date: March 20, 2022 (17 days later than last update on 7/5/20).
  2. While I personally agree with you and the general trend has been dips followed by long periods of level playerbase, those dips have been mostly tied with the turmoil of CN politics. The fact that we've now been consistently in a dipping phase while Bob is generally a quiet place (GRL has almost fallen below 4!) is different from normal. In this case, different isn't good. I still maintain my comments from the previous page of this thread that CN will bottom out somewhere in the lower 2,000s and stay there for quite a while.
  3. Yikes. For the past month now player loss consistently is leading to an end date of March 2022
  4. I'm going to start keeping an idea of nations created in the past week when taking notes of total nations. Curious to see how much of the fluctuation in the numbers is due simply to the amount/lack of players signing up in a given week and players who signed up a month ago moving into inactivity. There's only probably around 2,100-2,300 active nations honestly. You assume 100-150 (which I think is actually a little higher than average) nations get made a week and it takes just over 4 weeks from last logging in to go inactive. That leaves us with 400-600 nations who are at various p
  5. Mid July 2011 to now. Over the past year we've only lost a net total of ~100 nations. Based on the trend we're likely going to float in the 2600-2800 range for quite a while; at the least until another alliance or group of players decide it's time to go out swinging. Those events tend to not only see those nations disappear, but some of the opposing nations quit after war sets them back weeks or months of development. Current average rate of nation loss shows CN lasting to spring 2022, though realistically there will probably still be some nations through 2025 if the li
  6. Lat = 69 Lon = 4 100% confirmed
  7. Using the spreadsheet that got linked on the last page following the average loss per day between 2011 and now CN's death date falls around mid-April 2021. However, as pointed out before the curve of nation loss is evening out. I agree there is a threshold somewhere in the lower 2,000s that won't be passed for a long time (or until the plug gets pulled). As an example, if the average loss per day from the beginning of 2018 until now is used the death date changes to August 1, 2023.
  8. Many years ago, on Planet Bob an alliance rose in the Orange Sphere where none had stood before - the Independent Republic of Orange Nations, or IRON. Over the next 10 years, IRON has emerged to become one of the most dominant groups on Bob, full of the planet's fiercest warriors. Recently, some of these warriors transversed the pixel-plane and landed reborn and anew on a familiar, yet strange planet. After arriving, they learned the name of this planet was Steve, a close relative of Bob governed by similar yet different laws. These IRON-blooded warriors have spent many rounds hidden among
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