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  1. 3 minutes ago, brucemna said:

    Yes the game is breaking Charles no doubt now. Seriously thiughball this accomplished is more resentment than moving forward.  I remember another realm where Rose itself was cheating or at least a few members where and the players handled it not the admin. And as well we attracked people to the game regardless of interpretation.  The only thing that will be accomplished is who would want to donate or attract friends or other communities to the game if it is going to be considered cheating. Personally I wont donate now and why should I.  I remember when Sheepy created this game and it was to let the players play with admin to sit idle and only do the upgrades.  U know funny thing is aside golf itself depends on the players to police themselves.  Personally I am not sure or aware of any cheating going on ... but I am aware that players do bend the rules looking for technicalities to get ahead. ON ALL SIDES. And for some to be casting the stones right now will help karma come back on them. 

    "And as well we attracked people to the game regardless of interpretation."
    Farmers who:
    - weren't talking to anyone outside of GPWC/NPO
    - didn't build anything but resource improvements
    - didn't war
    - didn't trade
    - logged for 1 min every so often to feed your alliance with login money and taxes

    Yes, great addition to the game.

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  2. 6 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

    Except that it is okay to have 1000 farms, unless you can magically find rules against that?

    I thought you knew this rule against farming (getting ingame materials) in exchange for real world stuff:
     

    Real-World Transactions for In-Game Materials

    Politics & War has a limited donation system to prevent the game from being "pay-to-win." In addition to limits on Credit usage, it is against the rules for players to make exchanges of real-life money or goods for in-game materials, including but not limited to: in-game money, and in-game resources. Examples of this type of behavior would include: sending someone real-life money for in-game money or in-game resources, purchasing someone a Steam game for in-game money or in-game resources, sending someone a gift-card for in-game money or in-game resources, and any other sort of real-world trade for in-game goods.

    The punishment for real-world transactions for in-game materials will be a complete nation reset upon first offense, and a permanent ban from Politics & War upon a second offense.

    Just fyi: A gift card or a steam game are just examples.
     

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  3. 1 hour ago, Tarroc said:

    I mean, it has become evident that the Admin of the game cares nothing for what he says and keeping the game fair. He makes a decision, then decides he no longer cares for that decision, bans multiple people who have done nothing wrong, deletes billions of dollars of revenue from the game, and deletes billions of dollars of resources from the game, clearly favouring one side. This comes days after the decision was made to increase the cost of aircraft, clearly designed to punish the side who uses aircraft more. This is an idiotic decision, a clearly biased decision, and a decision that was made with malicious intent in mind. I imagine a number of alliances will refuse to continue playing the game, if this is how the admin decides to treat the game as a whole, and abuse his powers in such a horrific manner.

    Tarroc, instead of complaining on the Forums, deal with the fact that breaking the rules, making $100-150 billion by using 1000 farms isn't ok.
     

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  4. 1 minute ago, King Olafr of the Faroes said:

    I'm not re-writing. Alex is.

     

    As I've said previously. I'm pretty sure every alliance has at least one channel, that you need to be part of the alliance to get access to.

     

    What if it was "You have to join P&W to get access to this debate club channel"?

     

    I realize now, that I should've went all Cato the Elder on this shit from the start.

    1) I don't condone of what has happened.

    2) Alex, by his complete lack of action and "my stomach feeling"-statement is the only one to blame in this. He could've said "No bueno, stop this immediately."

    3) This is bullshit. But at least it makes it easy for me to leave the game. He killed my reason to play the game and I get to keep BK community.

     

    This day is a win for me, personally. I get to leave this shitshow of a game and keep the people who made it the slightest bit interesting.

    Ok, this is interesting:

    1) I don't condone of what has happened:
    Good, I think we can agree something bad has happened than.

    2) Alex, by his complete lack of action and "my stomach feeling"-statement is the only one to blame in this. He could've said "No bueno, stop this immediately."
    So you think Alex should have acted sooner and should have said: "No good, stop this immediately."
    Sure, I would have liked GPWC shut down mid September. I guess he had 

    3) This is bullshit.
    I think you meant to say: Alex should have done this sooner (see "1" and "2").


  5. 27 minutes ago, King Olafr of the Faroes said:

    I joined the game to be a tax farm. I'm still a tax farm.

     

    I was stupid enough, not to get people to sign up for another game or the likes, but that's on me. Getting access to something like a comic is the worst BS I've ever seen. And yes, I've looked at the report (didn't bother looking at 23 pages of screenshots).

     

    When Green was banned, he was paying people irl money for in-game money. With this, you're basically saying that we, as communities, can never ask for anything in return or offer anything in return.

     

    I'm a 1000% certain, that you could find that comic in another way if you wanted.

    So you're rewriting the rules as follows:
    giving people irl money for ingame money: against the rules.
    giving people comics for ingame money: ok with the rules.

    Is for you anything other than irl money allowed? Farming in exchange for steam games for instance?
    Or farming in exchange for an online subscription of the Economist?
     


  6. 9 minutes ago, Zaurg said:

    As far as the tax farm claims go me and Kris compiled literally the entire bank history of GWPC to demonstrate that the interaction between NPO and GWPC was less than 10% of just the monetary value GWPC moved around internally. It was clearly an appropriate relationship for a protectorate and feeder alliance 

    Compliments, that's very original: it's appropriate to cheat, as long as enough money stays in the protectorate.
    Hilarious.
     

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  7. 26 minutes ago, Do Not Fear Jazz said:

     

            II. GOONS membership is hereby ordered not to post on the official Politics & War forums.

            V. GOONS no longer diplomatically recognizes alliances

     

     

    Is this all effective immediately?
    And what does "no longer diplomatically recognizes alliances" even mean for you? @Do Not Fear Jaz


  8. Just now, Curufinwe said:

    I think that ship has sailed there champ.  If you expect our coalition to stick around and continue generating revenue for you after such a woefully incompetent and biased decision, you're sadly mistaken.

    Enjoy whatever ends up remaining for your player base.

    Have you even bothered reading the game rules?

    In addition to limits on Credit usage, it is against the rules for players to make exchanges of real-life money or goods for in-game materials, including but not limited to: in-game money, and in-game resources. Examples of this type of behavior would include: sending someone real-life money for in-game money or in-game resources, purchasing someone a Steam game for in-game money or in-game resources, sending someone a gift-card for in-game money or in-game resources, and any other sort of real-world trade for in-game goods.

     


  9. Just now, Tim Stark said:

    What an irresponsible use of Administrative Power.

    What an irresponsible way of ignoring game rules.
    And yes - it's not just gift-cards and steam games, Manga also counts.

    In addition to limits on Credit usage, it is against the rules for players to make exchanges of real-life money or goods for in-game materials, including but not limited to: in-game money, and in-game resources. Examples of this type of behavior would include: sending someone real-life money for in-game money or in-game resources, purchasing someone a Steam game for in-game money or in-game resources, sending someone a gift-card for in-game money or in-game resources, and any other sort of real-world trade for in-game goods.


  10. 1 hour ago, Archibald said:

    I mean that doesn't really help me but fair enough.

    Always happy to help out a new player. Try the ingame search button - you’ll know who he is in no time. If you don’t know where the button is, ask your alliance. If your alliance can’t help you, join somewhere else.

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