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Old September 20th, 2010, 08:35 PM
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According to experience, Patala knows how to beat your Tartarians and your sauromancers. Do you know how you'll kill its angels and rudras? Fighting on the land, you will have great difficulty keeping a rudra away from your lizard mages.

Atlantis suggests that you defeat one Patalan army, before wagering your whole nation on your supposed ability to do so! ...Or, if you end up losing whatever fight you're preparing for at the Atlantian capital, then consider that the foe that defeated you is itself being defeated by someone much richer!

Even if the Atlantian capital is lost, the sea will remain an expensive target for anybody. Patala has sacrificed five demiliches (plus items) for a chance to own the small sea outside Marignon--a sea that produces a total of three gems per month. When will that investment ever be paid for! Maybe more than one nation ought to consider restricting its battles to the land.
Ah but you see from what you've stated that's all the reason there needs to be for the triple alliance against you. If 3 larger nations combined can barely make headway against you then how would 2 fair against a (potentially) stronger Atlantis?

You're a wiley opponent and that makes you dangerous. The best bet is take you down now while you're on the defensive.

You mention the payback on my demiliches. I can make more demiliches. If I recall you lost 9 commanders in that battle. How long can you last a war of attrition?
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Old September 21st, 2010, 03:23 PM

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Look how little Patala fears C'tis! And with good reason--for every crippled Tartarian commander in C'tis, there are two strong ones in Patala, cured by the Gift of Health! What, again, can C'tis use to fight against that?

Maybe some Atlantian allies would help.
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 08:17 PM
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 04:01 PM

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More sea trolls, C'tis? If you have so many water gems you don't need, then why not just send them straight to Patala? It would save us all some trouble.
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Old November 27th, 2010, 05:46 PM

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Gregstrom has finally lost heart for good. A call for substitutes has turned up nrasch, who seems to be human and is therefore a million times better than the AI. He is set to take his first turn immediately. Please send any necessary propaganda his way.
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Old November 28th, 2010, 11:40 AM

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Hi hi all! And, as I said in our in game message, thanks for letting me join.

I'm also on IRC as LeafyBits.

And finally, why in the world is my pretender named Anus?!?!
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This thing still on? wow...
Who's winning? Who's got my cap? When was AC brought down? How are things in the Armageddoned wastelands?
Ah, AC and Arm., good times...
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Old November 28th, 2010, 01:47 PM

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Patala owns themost land, then C'tis and Bogarus. Atlantis holds its capital and most of the water. A long war for the seas is underway.
Provinces with 5000 pop or more are rare and considered rather rich around C'tis.
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This thing still on? wow...
Ditto! This has to be some kind of record. I thought I survived until the end of the game, but no, it turns out I was eliminated somewhere in the anonymous middle. Incredible.
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It's Thanksgiving in the US and family has stolen my time. I must delay the turn.
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