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cybernations.net?

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lol never heard of it till now(but there was this thread about some text-nation-ruling-game some time ago).

I just lost my touch for national-political-online games! :P
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Nope, not enough time to play such things.
Shame.
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I looked into it once or twice. But then I was repeatedly threatened by Cybernation players on EsperNET to "stop bothering them." After a while they actually started to report me to #dragonweyr, the help/admin channel and was almost banned! The first few times I was really just joking around, but then they all got mad for "making fun of their online friend" or something stupid like that.

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Yeah, I have an account.

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I never played it.

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dosraider wrote:Nope, not enough time to play such things.
Shame.
The good thing about it is you need only spend about 5 minutes a day to click collect taxes/pay bills and buy some stuff. It updates once a day so it's not a game like WoW that takes over your life.


@Dogbreath, what's your nation name?

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Larry Laffer wrote:lol never heard of it till now(but there was this thread about some text-nation-ruling-game some time ago).

I just lost my touch for national-political-online games! :P
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Luckily, after some time people just grow over text-based online crap.
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Hadùr

You?

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Lakerland , of course!
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Deus Nocturnem, motherfucker.

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I'd join, but it says that "CyberNations.net is not accepting registrations at this time."

I'll check again later.
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Thunderdog wrote:Deus Nocturnem, motherfucker.
I see you are in the same alliance as Dogbreath, lol. What a coincidence.

@John Steele, I believe there is a war going on or was and that is why registration is not allowed right now. Also, check out cybercitizens.net for the same concept but you make a person instead of a nation. (Made by the same guy and still in beta)

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lakerzz8 wrote:Also, check out cybercitizens.net for the same concept but you make a person instead of a nation. (Made by the same guy and still in beta)
And that's kewl because?
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lakerzz8 wrote:Lakerland , of course!
You're doing pretty well for yourself for only being 28 days old... just 500 NS below me. That'll change later today after I get $1.2 million in a tech deal, but still pretty good.

If enough DGFers played (say, over 5) I'd be willing to start my own dosgames alliance in 6 months or so, once my nation is powerful enough. Would you be interested?

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I'd make a new one if a DGF alliance was made.

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In six months?

Are game months=real world months? :huh:

Anyway, I'll just wait till this "Major conflict-war-kill-'-em-Billy-Boy" thing is over, and then check it out! :P
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hyde` wrote:I'd make a new one if a DGF alliance was made.
If you joined, I'd send you ~$200,000 in aid to help you start out (along with plenty of advice), and you'd probably get accepted into my alliance.

Larry: The most powerful members (the ones capable of creating and defending an entire alliance) have been at it for over a year.

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Dogbreath wrote:Larry: The most powerful members (the ones capable of creating and defending an entire alliance) have been at it for over a year.
And there I was thinking I had too much free time! :|
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I am pretty happy with my STA alliance (nice people, lots of aid opportunities. I won a poem contest over there and got 3 mil, aid at certain infa levels, etc.) However, in 6 months I'll be strong enough that I will no longer require aid and will be collecting over a million in taxes (hopefully) maybe our own alliance might be fun.
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