Cyber Nations Tournament Edition

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  1. Vorak

    Vorak Administrator Staff Member

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    After having had to go through one set of drunken negotiations already I don't think I'll be giving you beer anytime soon Spuddy.
     
  2. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    But you could send me some Toohey's couldn't you? Your wicked food regulations don't apply on exports, right?
     
  3. Vorak

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    A word of advice, nobody in Australia actually drinks Fosters or Tooheys because they are unbelieveably bad. The only exception is Toohey's Extra Dry but thats second hand information, I haven't tried it myself.
     
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    And now for the Tooheys extra dry they have this scientific research thing where drinkers of the beer are asked to send in samples whether it is scabs, shit or hair to research labs for some reason. Believe me- Platinum Testing Facility
     
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    Beer me and I'll join in a cybersecond! (Or a second after we ZI the Nation of Sol for the umpteenth time; wouldn't want to miss that.)
     
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    I registered!

    Nation name: Physics Country
    Ruler: physicsboy
     
  7. Telcontar

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    Nation name- Empire of Krondor
    Ruler- Elesser
     
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    Nation name: Frigoans
    Naion ruler: Frigo

    currently at war
     
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    wobbler Well-Known Member

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    Read the books of richard E. Feist?:)
     
  11. Telcontar

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    Took the words right out of my mouth my friend. By the way it is RAYMOND not Richard. Vorak got me on the books.. :lol: :thumbup:
     
  12. Vorak

    Vorak Administrator Staff Member

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    Who said I didn't write them? I may well go by the name Raymond Vorak when dealing with publishers
     
  13. wobbler

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    oh well, rememberd it was something on R but didn't had the book at my side so i couldn't check:p
    but no when I have it at my side I can see it's Raymond and not Richard:)
     
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    Your Vain hurts me....
     
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    You just don't aspire to conquer the world without at least some degree of vanity.

    Raymond E Feist is good.
     
  16. wobbler

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    He cartainly is. This is the second or third time i read his books, and I can't say they have become any worse for that:p
    they just stay there and are being good.
    Think I might re-read "the wheel of time" after i'm done with Feist..
     
  17. Telcontar

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    Feist has had a couple of new books come out recently which all look good. Personally Silverthorn is my favourite. he manages to fit so god damn much in that novel in less than 500 or so pages....
     
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    Is it that new? borrowed it from the library( the all serie, rememberd i hadn't read them all:S) and im on the last, sixth, book. And yea, silverthorn is great:) Love it when a author fits a story that good in less then 500 pages, but it's still long enough to acutally have some content:)
     
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    I can't agree with you about Wheel of Time, I could just never get into them. On the other hand, anything by Steven Erikson is damn good.
     
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    Yea i relise that wheel of time might not be the first choice, but i was darn bored with finsihing every serie(..) in less then a week or so i started read the wheel of time, and if you just can push yourself to read through them all, they are quite good.
     
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