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  1. Shadowthrone

    An Announcement from the New Polar Order

    Pretty much.
  2. Shadowthrone

    An Announcement from the New Polar Order

    OoO redux. Truly an end of an era, baseball is dead in Orbis
  3. Shadowthrone

    Did the Last War Last Long Enough?

    I’d like it to crash even more.
  4. Shadowthrone

    Did the Last War Last Long Enough?

    Oof. Sorry, I’ve been spoilt
  5. Shadowthrone

    Did the Last War Last Long Enough?

    I mean cheaper prices allows newer nations to work the markets easier no? They’d be able to flip more quantities, requiring lesser starting capital. Still can’t see the problem.
  6. Shadowthrone

    A farewell, a new charter, and our new government lineup!

    Interesting to see a new player in charge. Good luck, and have fun
  7. Shadowthrone

    Did the Last War Last Long Enough?

    Being someone who’s been playing the market for years, the prices especially in refined resources are above average that I’ve usually sold at, or around about the same. The market has had certain specific fluctuations on/off but mostly have stood around the present prices since at least te Econ change. Moreover, I’ve always flipped and te profit margins haven’t been as great as early to middle 2017. So this problem isn’t new as much as something that’s existed for a couple of years now if you want to consider it as such. Competition has increased and it’s been a while since I’ve tried to corner a resource market, but I really don’t see it being any different than before or inherently bad. If anything the lower prices help nations not on 100/100 cheaper access to the market and stock up, which maybe a positive?
  8. Shadowthrone

    I had a chat with a guy....

    100/100 or nothing. Silly BK and inferior taxes
  9. Shadowthrone

    SNN: Who Wants to Live Forever?

    Quite certain that was their position from the start, since that’s what they told us, up until guardian demanding to rep them for whatever reason lol.
  10. Shadowthrone

    Good Game Grumpy

    For posts like these, it’s worth it.
  11. Shadowthrone

    SNN: Who Wants to Live Forever?

    TFP are a sovereign entity and have dealt with us independently all through out. I’d rather deal with them since they have consented to a separate peace. But if you’d prefer to trample over your allies sovereignty be my guest.
  12. Shadowthrone

    Global War Peace Terms - Discussion

    Definitely such magnanimous victors! Joke term and admission of defeat. Definitely not the TKR and friends standards whatsoever. They’d have gotten away with it too if it wasn’t for the dreaded sheep and his crew! I mean it’s just funny TKR folk are giving us a lecture on acceptable terms when for the past three years or more, they’ve supported and written and enforced similar terms on a consistent basis. But do go on, it’s fun to watch your continued lectures.
  13. Shadowthrone

    Global War Peace Terms - Discussion

    I think theres a cultural issue with regards to peace terms, and that is folks don't seem to like losing tbh. Wars are won/lost, and thats the point of the politics. Take your defeat, move on, the rest of the terms in Orbis today revolve around joke terms and/or pranks. None of the terms are designed in such a manner that have been repressive from what I've seen, and are enforced to completely destroy or neuter an alliance comprehensively. Nevertheless, it adds a valid political process, which can lead to better outcomes, both internally and externally. I mean a bunch of members of our present coalition, have paid reps, had infra caps and treaties to be nullified, including previous peace agreements, and wars have ended much sooner. Especially when folks were willing to work within the political process to achieve an outcome. Take the defeat, find a mutual point on the peace process which does not involve the constant changing of minds, and continuously negotiating in bad faith, and you wouldn't be here. The problem really isn't with the idea of peace terms for the most bit tbh.
  14. Shadowthrone

    Global War Peace Terms - Discussion

    Fair enough. The notion of TKR not pushing terms though, is not really true, even under a usual circumstances, given how in numerous global wars, TKR has signed of on infra caps, reps and other such terms. Thats where folks find it funny that TKR members are now claiming these are especially harsh terms. Its where I think folks are coming from when dissecting your arguments. At the end of the day, we're here allegedly "choking" the game since your negotiators have failed in their job of turning up for negotiations requested by them, or even attempted to negotiate in good faith, which is their call. But thats not on us to go back and try to request for peace when we are fine continuing the war. If y'all want peace, you know where to find us and what's the starting point. If y'all don't want peace, thats not really on us, and we don't really have to go out of our way when folks are content with continuing the status quo.
  15. Shadowthrone

    Global War Peace Terms - Discussion

    Not if the NPO and BK run out of money first

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