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Auphelia wrote:We must have the chocolate!

But yes, they do seem a bit . . . dour.

Severe might be a better word.

Having read the rmb rules, I can see where some members of our TSP get their ideas from.

Quiescent wrote:Of course, we need the best for TSP's premier heist in TWP! Quiet as they are, the okapi could never match her.
Mostly due to the lack of opposable thumbs, but the poor dears still try their best.

What are you talking about? I gave them all a bag of thumbs for their birthdays!

Tsk, I do hate it when my gifts go to waste.

Drystar wrote:Having read the rmb rules, I can see where some members of our TSP get their ideas from.

I am a bit frightened that we are headed down that path in the name of "order". Bah!

I don't think TWP's RMB guidelines are that objectionable. Most of it is pretty commonsense. Some of their rules are a bit different (i.e. the "holding a conversation" bit), and some of that is the kind of thing we wouldn't ever do, but all of those are more on the subjective side anyway.

But either way, it's not up to us to complain about their rules, because they are their rules made by them for themselves. We should just be respectful and follow their rules on their RMB (and the same applies to anywhere else as well).

Roavin wrote:I don't think TWP's RMB guidelines are that objectionable. Most of it is pretty commonsense. Some of their rules are a bit different (i.e. the "holding a conversation" bit), and some of that is the kind of thing we wouldn't ever do, but all of those are more on the subjective side anyway.

But either way, it's not up to us to complain about their rules, because they are their rules made by them for themselves. We should just be respectful and follow their rules on their RMB (and the same applies to anywhere else as well).

Iím sorry, was your lengthy post designed to move the conversation along?

Roavin wrote:I don't think TWP's RMB guidelines are that objectionable. Most of it is pretty commonsense. Some of their rules are a bit different (i.e. the "holding a conversation" bit), and some of that is the kind of thing we wouldn't ever do, but all of those are more on the subjective side anyway.

I see their rules as more of a compartmentalization-gone-mad type of rule set. Sorta like us and the wheres, but to the extreme.

Every little thing has itís own place in the West.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:
Every little thing has itís own place in the West.

Could you move your comment a little to the right, please? It's impinging on the daffodils.

Auphelia wrote:What are you talking about? I gave them all a bag of thumbs for their birthdays!

Tsk, I do hate it when my gifts go to waste.

I am a bit frightened that we are headed down that path in the name of "order". Bah!

I would never waste such a thoughtful gift! Protein is so good for the okapis' coats, didn't you notice how lustrous the blankets were from that season?

Tylerstreet wrote:Could you move your comment a little to the right, please? It's impinging on the daffodils.

Oops. Wait. That's too far. Now it's straddling the line between reality and fantasy.

Steinatrreich (the Ultra crazy plan to make a mod for HOI4) (very crazy)

Principal powers:
Greater French Empire (France, Belgium, Netherlands and northern Spain) (same colonies)

Nazi Reich (same)

Fascist Italy (Same)

British Empire (same)

Shreknian Russia (under Odstalin , premier minister of russia, dictatorship. Russian empire but without poland. The duchy of Poland is a puppet state of Russia)

Aynian Empire (All arabia, Irak and eastern egypt)

Japanese Empire (same)

UFSA (USA)

China (same)

Alliances:

French Alliance

Axis

Allies

Scenarios:

1936: the storm is coming
1939: Guerre tempÍte (France and Germany invades Europe separated)
1942: the fall (France is too close to become superpower and just defeated Italy and is close to doing the same with Germany)
1945: Atomkrieg (First French atomic test in 1944 and strikes London, Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Volgograd only a year after. although the title is in German the protagonist is France)
1950: Pax Gallica (the extension of France ranges from Spain to Muscovy)

Leaders (until now)

France: Napoleon VI (emperor)
Piedrato (Premier Minister during 1934 to 1940. Progressive, leftist, democratic and mixed economy state)

Russia: Shrek (emperor)
Odstalin (Premier Minister, dictator of Russia since 1930. Conservative and rightist. Belongs to allies)

Aynian Empire: Ayn (queen)
(Autocracy. Belongs to allies)

Japanese Empire: Jess Teckly (empress)
(Same Premier Ministers and a Hideki Tojo's dictatorship since 1941) (belongs to Axis)

Nazi Reich (same)

Fascist Italy (same)

China (same)

UK (same?)

Tylerstreet wrote:Oops. Wait. That's too far. Now it's straddling the line between reality and fantasy.

Hush, hush, now.

*delicately shifts the comment slightly to the left and backwards by the barest amount*

*pauses and waits to see if the universe implodes upon itself*

Oh good, it's fixed. No harm done then, Lily Pad Nation. We'll just have to banject you for all eternity and eject anyone we suspect of being in cahoots with you. It's simple, reasonable moderation. Common sense, really.

Quiescent wrote:I would never waste such a thoughtful gift! Protein is so good for the okapis' coats, didn't you notice how lustrous the blankets were from that season?

Truly, they were a marvel.

They managed to fetch me a pretty penny at the market when I used them to beat people over the head before looting through their possessions.

Roavin wrote:I don't think TWP's RMB guidelines are that objectionable. Most of it is pretty commonsense. Some of their rules are a bit different (i.e. the "holding a conversation" bit), and some of that is the kind of thing we wouldn't ever do, but all of those are more on the subjective side anyway.

But either way, it's not up to us to complain about their rules, because they are their rules made by them for themselves. We should just be respectful and follow their rules on their RMB (and the same applies to anywhere else as well).

On the contrary, I think it is our very right to complain incessantly about their rules, in our own RMB of course. It is a principle tenet of this RMB that we talk about others behind their backs, especially other regions, mocking them for not being more like us and bemoaning any change to our freewheeling ways. To not do so is downright anti-TSP!

I'd be more concerned if we were respectful and meek about the whole matter.

Auphelia wrote:Hush, hush, now.

*delicately shifts the comment slightly to the left and backwards by the barest amount*

*pauses and waits to see if the universe implodes upon itself*

Oh good, it's fixed. No harm done then, Lily Pad Nation. We'll just have to banject you for all eternity and eject anyone we suspect of being in cahoots with you. It's simple, reasonable moderation. Common sense, really

Iíll have to make sure to cahoot with all of you then.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:Iíll have to make sure to cahoot with all of you then.

Doesn't that violate the obscenity laws?

Imperio de Jayjaynia wrote:Steinatrreich (the Ultra crazy plan to make a mod for HOI4) (very crazy)

Principal powers:
Greater French Empire (France, Belgium, Netherlands and northern Spain) (same colonies)

Nazi Reich (same)

Fascist Italy (Same)

British Empire (same)

Shreknian Russia (under Odstalin , premier minister of russia, dictatorship. Russian empire but without poland. The duchy of Poland is a puppet state of Russia)

Aynian Empire (All arabia, Irak and eastern egypt)

Japanese Empire (same)

UFSA (USA)

China (same)

Alliances:

French Alliance

Axis

Allies

Scenarios:

1936: the storm is coming
1939: Guerre tempÍte (France and Germany invades Europe separated)
1942: the fall (France is too close to become superpower and just defeated Italy and is close to doing the same with Germany)
1945: Atomkrieg (First French atomic test in 1944 and strikes London, Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Volgograd only a year after. although the title is in German the protagonist is France)
1950: Pax Gallica (the extension of France ranges from Spain to Muscovy)

Leaders (until now)

France: Napoleon VI (emperor)
Piedrato (Premier Minister during 1934 to 1940. Progressive, leftist, democratic and mixed economy state)

Russia: Shrek (emperor)
Odstalin (Premier Minister, dictator of Russia since 1930. Conservative and rightist. Belongs to allies)

Aynian Empire: Ayn (queen)
(Autocracy. Belongs to allies)

Japanese Empire: Jess Teckly (empress)
(Same Premier Minister and a Hideki Tojo's dictatorship since 1941.) (Belongs to Axis.)

Nazi Reich (same)

Fascist Italy (same)

China (same)

UK (same?)

Some French predetermined Policies:

Anti Axis war plan: 20% of advantage in a war against Germany and 15% with Italy.

Rheinbund: 40% chance to convert Nazi Germany in a French Puppet after its surrender.

Anti british war plan: 20% of advantage in a war against UK and 10% with its colonies.

Vive Piedrato 711: if Piedrato is a Premier Minister or almost a Marshal or important politician France can never surrender.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:Iíll have to make sure to cahoot with all of you then.

Hugs

Commonwealth Of Astoria wrote:Hugs

<.<
You hug a lot. I think you might even hug more than Fox.

Naturally there can only be one hugger on this RMB, so I expect you two to hug to the snugglesleep.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:<.<
You hug a lot. I think you might even hug more than Fox.

Naturally there can only be one hugger on this RMB, so I expect you two to hug to the snugglesleep.

Because hugs are good for everyone. Humans need lots of hugs.

Your a good friend lily.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:<.<
You hug a lot. I think you might even hug more than Fox.

Naturally there can only be one hugger on this RMB, so I expect you two to hug to the snugglesleep.

OK, but could you hug a little more to the left? Daffodils again.

Khotmoria wrote:Weenies.

Just beyond the daffodils, next to the beans.

*Runs in and searches for The Solar System Scope. Sees him cowering behind a rather opulent yet tacky ottoman that was shoved in a forgotten corner. Picks him up and shakes him up and down vigorously.*

MAGIC 8-BALL FOX!!!!!! In just a few hours in Le Havre, France an epic showdown is going to take place between the US Womens National Team and the Swedens Womens National Team. Though the results of this game will not have the same effect of the results of what happened when these two teams met in the 2016 Olympics yet the ramifications of the results could shape the finals of the entire tournament as a whole. My question for you is which titan of athletic might are you backing?

And no you can't say ugg sports you have to have an opinion

Tylerstreet wrote:Just beyond the daffodils, next to the beans.

Thanks, need them for a barbie I'm having later today.

Welp. Todayís the last day of my trip and Iím going to be headed home to Ve-
*sees all the new players*
-nezuela. Yup. There.

I've revived this country of mine after almost a year since it's inactivity.

Less than 380 days since it was dead.

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