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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby kingpie3 » 08 Dec 2016, 13:43

At this point Mobius is the only true SP. URMA, MU, Sybus, and RoV are all OPs. I guess that means Baunair, PCG (if he comes back), and the Terran Federation are MPs. Brazil, and all the other recently created countries are NPs.
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby MinnesotanKaiser » 08 Dec 2016, 16:00

MP! Woo-hooooo! I'm guessing your referring more to the Cyon part, though. I'll show you all the might of West Africa. :twisted:
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby Subotai45 » 08 Dec 2016, 20:07

Yeah, that's actually true now that I think about it. The other two of the traditional big three have definitely entered relative decline whereas the other three of us haven't caught up yet.
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby kingpie3 » 09 Dec 2016, 01:38

Speaking of which, where's Chris? Antarctica is a pretty big piece of land and I see it being a haven for new players who want to stay on Earth. Same with the PCG, Terra, and Austland for that matter.
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby Subotai45 » 09 Dec 2016, 01:43

Chris has been gone for almost nine months but I don't think we can remove him yet. He's been here too long.

Plus, Antarctica isn't as important to clear. We have significant chunks of Asia and the Americas free, so people can start there.

PCG could probably be removed :(
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby jonisilk » 24 Jul 2017, 17:36

Subotai45 wrote: PCG could probably be removed :(


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Edit: Meaning, yes, if I go AWOL for long enough, then feel free to take me off the map, or just shrink me back a little (I technically don't need land to play as a corporation, the Craft is a school of thought that can play as religion and I could play the culture out in exile, waiting for the day when they return to Israel Mars).
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby chrisman39 » 17 Dec 2017, 01:04

Subotai45 wrote:Chris has been gone for almost nine months but I don't think we can remove him yet. He's been here too long.

Plus, Antarctica isn't as important to clear. We have significant chunks of Asia and the Americas free, so people can start there.

PCG could probably be removed :(


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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby Subotai45 » 17 Dec 2017, 05:46

No problem man, glad to have you back!
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby jonisilk » 12 Apr 2018, 14:29

So we've managed to make Mars habitable (atmosphere, ocean, pleasant climate, etc), but I'm not sure about the core of the planet itself.

Have we had any input there? Is it an "active" planet, or have we just done a really good cosmetics job?

I'm entertaining the idea of an Earthquake. Not a great deal happens on Mars (besides the upcoming referendum) and could be interesting to have a different type of problem to deal with.

Although if it's not feasible for Mars, I could always play out a similar disaster in South America.
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Re: CYOC- Forum Guide

Postby kingpie3 » 14 Apr 2018, 05:48

How big an earthquake are we talking? Like a nation-level one or a planetary disruption. If it’s the latter I don’t think Mars is built like that, but I do think they have plates so maybe something local is possible.
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