Author Topic: European IP players community  (Read 7047 times)

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Offline Kirov

Re: European IP players community
« Reply #15 on: July 15, 2016, 09:55:20 PM »
Ok, guys, I'll look at n2n, later tonight or tomorrow. Sorry, I'm sure you have only good intentions, but for a moment I was sure I'm gonna pass.

Nothing personal, just imagine your grandpa calling you like "So I met this guy online, L29Ah was his name. He sent me some links, either dead-end or insecure. And then there was this website with a skull on it, a slogan "web browsers must die" and a bunch of links with likely downloadables. Yes, of course I downloaded and installed everything he told me to, why?!" ;)

Well, we'll be in touch. :)

Offline Kirov

Re: European IP players community
« Reply #16 on: July 15, 2016, 10:20:28 PM »
You know guys, scratch that. I read more on your website, about "Russia", "sexuality" and "trans-sexuality" and figured that I'm gonna pass anyway. Sure, SMAC is a completely non-political hobby and I myself make the effort not to write on this Command Nexus forum anything which can start any kind of flame war, but when I know what BS can be spouted by fellow players, it taints my opinion about them somehow. It's not that I'm easily offended or something, really not, it's just obvious to me that we're not gonna like each other after a Saturday evening spent together.

Have a nice weekend, though!

Offline voker57

Re: European IP players community
« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2016, 10:35:39 PM »
Hey, you weren't required to read my website to play

kthx bye

Offline L29Ah

Re: European IP players community
« Reply #18 on: July 16, 2016, 12:54:44 AM »
You know guys, scratch that. I read more on your website, about "Russia", "sexuality" and "trans-sexuality" and figured that I'm gonna pass anyway. Sure, SMAC is a completely non-political hobby and I myself make the effort not to write on this Command Nexus forum anything which can start any kind of flame war, but when I know what BS can be spouted by fellow players, it taints my opinion about them somehow. It's not that I'm easily offended or something, really not, it's just obvious to me that we're not gonna like each other after a Saturday evening spent together.

Have a nice weekend, though!
I wonder how have you correlated the web site of the xmpp server i advised you to use to my hobbies and whether you'll be able to have a good game of smac, but okay, i have some other things to do too.

Offline L29Ah

Re: European IP players community
« Reply #19 on: July 22, 2016, 12:45:07 PM »
Too bad SMAC doesn't feature the hybrid turn mode. Some games turn into clickfest quite fast when the simultaneous turns are enabled.

 

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