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  1. Jean Parisot

    Peace to the Seven Kingdoms

    Good fight everyone! I had fun even though I got wiped out from the get go, kudos to tS and others for not letting myself and others rebuild. Had quite a few fun opponents and may or may not have been proposed to as a result of this war so I guess it wasn't all bad! Hope everyone has a good rebuild.
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    To add to the chain of awful DoWs

    I better get another crack at Mr. Booty out of this, he still owes me a rap for the last war we fought <3 Welcome TLF I guess, still don't really understand why you chose to attack us considering your other options, but the more the merrier I suppose, have fun!
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    The Great Games of Westeros and Essos

    I hope we get some Valyrian Steel out of this, I could use something better than my chipped arming sword. Looking forward to working with you folks!
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    Lord Balian Support Thread

    Although I haven't had much contact with you, I always thought you chose a cool name. I hope everything goes as well as possible in surgery and that you have a speedy recovery so you can go on that vacation!
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    The Knights Radiant Declaration of War

    Best of luck KR! Enjoy the war!
  6. Jean Parisot

    Announcing Guardian of the Storm

    Congrats to both of you guys, best of luck going forward!
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    The Bootylicious Accords

    This is awesome, congratulations!
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    \m/ >_< \m/

    Oh snap! Welcome to P&W \m/!
  9. Jean Parisot

    A Cobalt Announcement

    Best of luck Betulius!
  10. Jean Parisot

    Nation Location Error

    Thanks Sheepy!
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    Nation Location Error

    What were you doing (or trying to do): I was attempting to change my nation location from Europe to Africa. What happened (describe thoroughly please): I had one location change to use so I used the interface and placed my nation near the present day city of present day Tunis, Tunisia within the continent of Africa. After hitting the "Change my location" button I observed my nation had indeed changed locations. My issues is that my nation is still on the European continent despite being clearly changing my location to Africa. Link to page: https://politicsandwar.com/nation/id=4692 Thanks!
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    Nation Location Error

    Thanks for the info Rozalia. I don't mind changing to another location within Africa but that was my only location change so I'm kinda stuck for now lol
  13. Jean Parisot

    Announcement of Peace

    This is nice to see! I've had Lots of fun fighting you folks and been lucky and had lots of fun people to war with. Good luck rebuilding!
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    A Note on Guardian and The Seven Kingdoms

    Please pardon the interruption, however I wanted to make a small point about the OP. VE claims SK thinks it is the sole arbiter of what is and what is not good for PnW. VE then goes on to claim what is and what is not good for PnW and describes the code which apparently all of us follow. I didn't realize reps were the norm in PnW... I don't seem to recall any after the last few wars, or any wars for that matter, but perhaps my memory is failing me (as it does from time to time). You may now go back to your regularly scheduled mud-slinging cheers!
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    Nuke Beige Counter

    What were you doing (or trying to do): Getting nuked. What happened (describe thoroughly please): I was nuked on 05/27/2015 06:15 am and was automatically switched to beige for sixty turns (like what is supposed to happen). I was nuked once more on 05/28/2015 04:45 pm however my beige counter did not reset back to 60 turns. The number of nukes eaten on my nation page is also still at 1 despite being nuked twice so this may be related in some way. Link to page: War Timeline page Nation page (showing nukes eaten) Any other relevant information: This has occurred to at least two other people that I know of. Thanks!
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    Nuke Beige Counter

    Thanks Sheepy!
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    Nuclear Weapons Accountability

    I'm really disappointed now that the nuke that hit me didn't have a name
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    Worldwide Wartime Stories

    Letter from a Sargoth Drydock worker to his wife, August 21st, 1992. Dear Emily, I hope this letter finds you and the children well. The weeks have turned into months and I miss the little ones dearly. For the last two months we have been working 16 hour shifts at the dockyard. We are all tired. At first we were all proud of the beautiful ships we managed to pump out in record time, nearly one every two weeks (you'd be impressed if you could see it!). As you know such a pace was unheard of in peacetime where new ships are only required to replace the old ones that are slated to be scrapped. That pace has a cost however; myself and many of the men and women here have grown weary. At first we were buoyed by national pride, knowing we were sending our young boys off to do battle in the finest craft in all of Calradia (don't let the scrubs over at Yalen tell you any different). Seeing the entire fleet sortie was an fearful sight, sitting at the mouth of the harbor. There must have been a full forty warships riding at anchor. Unfortunately we have been seeing fewer and fewer coming back from sorties each time..... Last week the ships stopped coming home at all. Enemy ships were able to steam right up to the harbor and fire into the defenseless city. Don't worry, I'm doing my best to stay away from any danger as it pops up, but if anything this proves we made a good decision sending you and the little ones to the country, hard as it may be. Thankfully we received a small amount of relief today. After weeks of sending newly built ships and fresh crews out to meet the enemy and never seeing them again the fleet returned to port today! That combined with the fact that we received the first shipment of imported goods since the war began leads me to believe the blockade may have been lifted. Maybe things are looking up finally. I hate working on these ships just to never see them and the boys in them again. Hopefully this string of good luck will last a bit longer. With Love, -Alayen
  19. So there was a thread that I (and I'm sure others) particularly enjoy a month or two back that has since gone active called Market Trends. I attempted to message Athanasios regarding the continuation of that thread but received no response and I believe him and his nation have sadly gone inactive. As such I believe the legacy of the idea behind that thread should continue and hope to put forth a similarly designed one here, and now that we have entered a new year I thought this an opportune time to start. I intend to update this thread daily on the prices of market goods (though this may change to every other day or some other interval) and perhaps have a weekly or bi-weekly detailed sum up. I have put some thought into this and have a few ideas I plan to implement in the future but I am very open to suggestions or thoughts so feel free to share if you have any ideas to make this better, or really anything. Anyway hopefully some of you can find this helpful . Daily Prices 1/10/15 Market Index: $10,092 (0) - (100%) 1) Uranium $2,251 (0) - (100%) 2) Aluminum $1,294 (0) - (100%) 3) Steel $1,247 (0) - (100%) 4) Gasoline $1,117 (0) - (100%) 5) Bauxite $1,076 (0) - (100%) 6) Coal $756 (0) - (100%) 7) Iron $693 (0) - (100%) 8) Munitions $583 (0) - (100%) 9) Oil $510 (0) - (100%) 10) Lead $452 (0) - (100%) 11) Food $113 (0) - (100%) Average Prices for 2015 Market Index: $9,774 (0) - (100%) 1) Uranium $2,124 (0) - (100%) 2) Aluminum $1,263 (0) - (100%) 3) Steel $1,215 (0) - (100%) 4) Bauxite $1,071 (0) - (100%) 5) Gasoline $1,035 (0) - (100%) 6) Coal $804 (0) - (100%) 7) Iron $659 (0) - (100%) 8) Munitions $562 (0) - (100%) 9) Oil $470 (0) - (100%) 10) Lead $453 (0) - (100%) 11) Food $119 (0) - (100%) Notes All resources on the market are currently exceeding the 2015 average except for Food, Lead and Coal. Market Index was 9,239 on January 1st, and has jumped over $800 since. There are three raw resources currently priced higher than the manufactured resource Munitions.
  20. Jean Parisot

    Guild Master's Trade Goods Report

    Thanks Gameo, I usually try to keep it updated close to every day. As you can tell I'm running a bit behind this week but I'll likely be able to catch up tomorrow.
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    Guild Master's Trade Goods Report

    Average Prices in 2015 as of 03/21/15 Market Index: $11,384 (296) --- (102.7%) 1) Uranium: $2,252 (23) --- (101.0%) 2) Steel: $1,512 (54) --- (103.7%) 3) Aluminum: $1,390 (19) --- (101.4%) 4) Gasoline: $1,379 (57) --- (104.3%) 5) Bauxite: $1,135 (10) --- (100.9%) 6) Coal: $854 (26) --- (103.1%) 7) Iron: $781 (30) --- (104.0%) 8) Munitions: $715 (31) --- (104.5%) 9) Lead: $659 (21) --- (103.3%) 10) Oil: $589 (24) --- (104.2%) 11) Food: $118 (1) --- (100.9%) Average Price Notes Another great week on the market, which has resulted in average price increases for all resources (yet again). Gasoline had the largest increase in average price, likely due to the large price spike towards the end of this past week. Weekly Average: 03/15/15 - 03/21/15 Market Index: $14,466 (3082) --- (127.1%) 1) Uranium: $2,488 (236) --- (110.5%) 2) Steel: $2,074 (562) --- (137.2%) 3) Gasoline: $1,972 (594) --- (143.1%) 4) Aluminum: $1,584 (194) --- (114.0%) 5) Bauxite: $1,241 (106) --- (109.4%) 6) Coal: $1,134 (280) --- (132.7%) 7) Iron: $1,093 (312) --- (140.0%) 8) Munitions: $1,029 (314) --- (144.0%) 9) Lead: $874 (215) --- (132.7%) 10) Oil: $841 (252) --- (142.7%) 11) Food: $135 (17) --- (114.3%) Weekly Average Price Notes Yet again the average prices for this week averaged well above the average for 2015. Not much more needs to be said, the numbers say it all
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    Guild Master's Trade Goods Report

    Daily Prices: 03/21/15 Market Index: $15,668 (242) --- (101.6%) 1) Uranium: $2,583 (-16) --- (99.4%) 2) Steel: $2,357 (50) --- (102.2%) 3) Gasoline: $2,104 (-109) --- (95.1%) 4) Aluminum: $1,721 (47) --- (102.8%) 5) Coal: $1,337 (143) --- (112.0%) 6) Bauxite: $1,284 (0) --- (100.0%) 7) Iron: $1,159 (42) --- (103.8%) 8) Munitions: $1,142 (75) --- (107.0%) 9) Lead: $979 (30) --- (103.2%) 10) Oil: $825 (-61) --- (93.1%) 11) Food: $177 (41) --- (130.1%) Daily Price Notes The Market Index gained a net total of $242 today. Coal had the highest total increase today ($143). Food had the highest percentage increase (130.1%). Gasoline had the lowest drop in value today ($-109). Oil had the lowest drop in percentage (93.1%). Lead reaches a 5 day increase streak. Steel, Aluminum, Coal, Munitions, Lead and now Food are all at their highest prices of 2015. Coal has it's single best day of 2015. Adjusted Resource Profit: 03/21/15 (2) - 1) Coal: $1,270 --- (95.0%) (0) - 2) Steel: $1,192 --- (50.6%) (-2) - 3) Gasoline: $1,185 --- (56.3%) (0) - 4) Aluminum: $1,104 --- (64.2%) (0) - 5) Bauxite: $1,017 --- (79.2%) (0) - 6) Uranium: $916 --- (35.5%) (0) - 7) Iron: $892 --- (77.0%) (1) - 8) Lead: $812 --- (83.0%) (-1) - 9) Oil: $758 --- (91.9%) (0) - 10) Munitions: $482 --- (42.2%) Profit Notes Coal overtakes Steel and Gasoline to reach the top spot, while Gasoline falls from #1 to #3. Lead overtakes Oil for the #8 spot.
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    Guild Master's Trade Goods Report

    Daily Prices: 03/20/15 Market Index: $15,426 (345) --- (102.3%) 1) Uranium: $2,599 (97) --- (103.9%) 2) Steel: $2,307 (197) --- (109.3%) 3) Gasoline: $2,213 (-10) --- (99.6%) 4) Aluminum: $1,674 (78) --- (104.9%) 5) Bauxite: $1,284 (20) --- (101.6%) 6) Coal: $1,194 (81) --- (107.3%) 7) Iron: $1,117 (-38) --- (96.7%) 8) Munitions: $1,067 (46) --- (104.5%) 9) Lead: $949 (8) --- (100.9%) 10) Oil: $886 (-137) --- (86.6%) 11) Food: $136 (3) --- (102.3%) Daily Price Notes The Market Index gained a net total of $345 today. Steel had the highest total increase today ($197) as well as garnering the highest percentage increase (109.3%). Oil had the lowest drop in value today ($-137) as well as garnering the lowest percentage change (86.6%). Gasoline's increase streak comes to an end at 6 days. After a record day yesterday, Oil has it's single worst day in 2015 today. After further price increases from yesterday, Uranium, Steel, Aluminum, Coal, Munitions, and Lead are all at their highest prices of 2015. Adjusted Resource Profit: 03/20/15 (0) - 1) Gasoline: $1,273 --- (57.5%) (1) - 2) Steel: $1,203 --- (52.2%) (-1) - 3) Coal: $1,127 --- (94.4%) (1) - 4) Aluminum: $1,057 --- (63.1%) (-1) - 5) Bauxite: $1,017 --- (79.2%) (2) - 6) Uranium: $932 --- (35.9%) (0) - 7) Iron: $850 --- (76.1%) (-2) - 8) Oil: $819 --- (92.5%) (0) - 9) Lead: $782 --- (82.4%) (0) - 10) Munitions: $417 --- (39.1%) Profit Notes There are now five resources above the $1,000 mark! Steel overtakes Coal for the #2 spot. Aluminum overtakes it's raw resource Bauxite for the #4 spot. Uranium moves up two and Oil moves down two to end up at #6 and #8 respectively.
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    Guild Master's Trade Goods Report

    Daily Prices: 03/19/15 Market Index: $15,081 (1243) --- (109.0%) 1) Uranium: $2,502 (68) --- (102.8%) 2) Gasoline: $2,223 (337) --- (117.9%) 3) Steel: $2,110 (143) --- (107.3%) 4) Aluminum: $1,596 (115) --- (107.8%) 5) Bauxite: $1,264 (48) --- (103.9%) 6) Iron: $1,155 (117) --- (111.3%) 7) Coal: $1,113 (29) --- (102.7%) 8) Oil: $1,023 (275) --- (136.8%) 9) Munitions: $1,021 (31) --- (103.1%) 10) Lead: $941 (69) --- (107.9%) 11) Food: $133 (11) --- (109.0%) Daily Price Notes The Market Index gained a massive net total of $1243 today! Gasoline had the highest total increase today ($337). Oil had the highest percentage increase (136.8%). Food had the lowest increase in value today ($11). Coal had the lowest increase in percentage (102.7%). Gasoline and Oil each had their best single days of 2015 as did the Market Index. Six resources are at their highest prices of 2015! Uranium, Steel, Gasoline, Munitions, Lead, and Oil. The Market Index is also at it's highest level of 2015. Adjusted Resource Profit: 03/19/15 (1) - 1) Gasoline: $1,238 --- (55.7%) (-1) - 2) Coal: $1,046 --- (94.0%) (1) - 3) Steel: $1,021 --- (48.4%) (-1) - 4) Bauxite: $997 --- (78.9%) (0) - 5) Aluminum: $986 --- (61.8%) (3) - 6) Oil: $956 --- (93.5%) (-1) - 7) Iron: $888 --- (76.9%) (-1) - 8) Uranium: $835 --- (33.4%) (-1) - 9) Lead: $774 --- (82.3%) (0) - 10) Munitions: $374 --- (36.6%) Profit Notes After a booming day on the market, Gasoline overtakes Coal for the top spot! Three resources are now garnering profits above $1,000 per unit! Steel overtakes Bauxite for the #4 spot. Oil jumps three positions into the #6 spot while Iron, Uranium and Lead each lose a spot.
  25. Jean Parisot

    Troubling Agency Intelligence

    This game is turning into "Politics and Leaks" #1. Whoever got this intelligence knows more than I do, maybe I should talk to him/her to find out what's going on with my alliance #2. Echoing some one on the first page that must have really sucked for whoever did all the nation links. #3. I made the list! woo! yay me!
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