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About π•Ύπ–™π–†π–—π–Œπ–šπ–˜π–

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  • Birthday 04/05/1996

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    π”‰π”žπ”©π”²π”ͺ'𝔏𝔲𝔯 - π”Šπ”žπ”―π”―π”¦π”° 𝔇'𝔄𝔳𝔯𝔒 - 𝔇𝔲𝔯𝔒𝔫 ℑ𝔯𝔒π”₯π”’π”žπ”―π”±
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    𝔖π”₯π”žπ”ͺπ”žπ”« 𝔒𝔯𝔠 - β„‘π”ͺ𝔭𝔲𝔯𝔒 π”ˆπ”©π”£ - 𝔇𝔯𝔒𝔒𝔨 π”‡π”΄π”žπ”―π”£

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  1. I was 19 when i first joined LoTC, and today i'm 25. Time flies don't waste it.

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    2. DahStalker


      I was 12 or 13. Now I'm 19

    3. Zarsies


      12 to 22, def fucked me up

    4. Kiiwi


      I was 14, now Im 19 about to be 20

  2. inb4 people start seriously role-playing guns in the game over a joke
  3. Ppl say no guns yet instead of kingdoms their communities developΒ modern government systems

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      In Europe handguns were in common battlefield use for a century before even the modern concept of a state started to take hold

    3. tasty_cheesecake


      ^ this

      | tbh


    4. NotEvilAtAll


      Honestly I feel as though if a nation wants to shake up the normal kingdom politics crud they should try being a merchant republic like medieval Venice or something.

  4. 10 years into Arcas was the first war of the map. Let's observe how long it takes until things finally break out.

    1. NotEvilAtAll


      So far we're 14 years into the new map and there ain't been anything.



      I think the intent with the rules was to make wars worth the effort once the map filled up & was developed, but the mechanics didnβ€˜t really match up with tile maintenance & improvement cost etc

    3. NotEvilAtAll


      It'll probably take like an IRL year for the central plains area to be fully developed.

  5. I don't play as much anymore, but it's sad to see that the Orc community is still never shown any respect.

    1. Lionbileti


      Mickael has the city on his backΒ 

    2. tasty_cheesecake


      i mean w the previous 2-3 years of orc society basically falling from terrors of the desert to cybering mud hut dwellers at risk of losing their nation tile only just now starting to turn around, that's what you get I suppose

    3. DrakeHaze.


      orcs require a core group willing to treat that community as a 9-5 job, orc community was never really good at nurturing the next generation and after a single good leader it falls apart for awhile.. just an opinion from an old orc player

  6. If only player polls actually mattered to the staff team. I like 1.9 as much as the next guy, but 1.8 was a legacy PvP for LoTC and resonates with many of the older players, and while I understand it is necessary to progress in MC versions and look for new players doesn't mean the legacy LoTC should be left to the dust.
  7. The Spirit of Nanman lives on in Krug DiscordΒ Β πŸ‘»


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    2. Burnsider


      Man was a serial sexual harasser. This is...not something to emulate.

    3. Unwillingly



      he sexually harassed a minor

      there's nothing to be proud of

    4. Lhindir_


      orc momentΒ 

  8. Name: 𝔇𝔲𝔯𝔒𝔫 ℑ𝔯𝔒π”₯π”’π”žπ”―π”± Race: π•―π–œπ–†π–—π–‹ Combat Experience: 𝔏𝔒𝔀𝔦𝔬𝔫 𝔬𝔣 π”˜π”―π”€π”²π”žπ”«
  9. Automated applications sound semi-decent, but would have to establish some test of role-play aptitude. Though it is also true that some people even now will write role-play applications to participate in things areas other than role-play such as PvP events and/or grinding. When it comes down to it new players need to be met with engaging role-play events and/or cultures and help their participation and understanding. LoTC needs a solid game design, and while no-one is at fault for it the new players inherit a shaky foundation.
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