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  • At least, in-game vague descriptions help people to ignore parts of BGT decisions which they would not like.

  • 1. Sorry for picking up an example of religious-inspired deed, which generated a derailed discussion which I had not anticipated. 2. For everyone, better stop immediately discussing the merits of cruzades: not only it is off topic, but I am sure discussing the merits of religions in the real world will trigger moderator's ire. Thank you.

  • Quote from xaby86: “Other races wouldn't do all that? ...Religion is a neutral value, first because it has the possibility of giving you good things and also bad things, second because I do not conceive that it is a purely human trait. Religious feeling must be in all races, to a greater or lesser degree. ” I do not deny religion to Elves and Dwarves (and other species). I suggest it could be the most intense for some humans (not all), which could be a partial explanation for some human successe…

  • Dogs of War

    Calisson - - Homebrew 9th Age

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    There is no official intention at the moment for T9A to approve any. The official intention is for T9A to create its own Icron Crown AB. Because of this intention, Homebrew DoW were at some point strongly discouraged. Until the team realized that chances were near certain that no IC AB would be delivered for 5 years or more, and informed the community. Then the community understood that the best bet was to create its own Homebrew DoW, in order to: - play now, not later, - keep the DoW fans enter…

  • New Faction Proposals

    Calisson - - General Discussion

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    Do you imply that Dwarves may have a soul? Heresy!

  • The very same religion which oppressed Galileo incited Spaniards to invest a lot of money to pay for an expedition across the Oceans and go convert the Indians. The head of the expedition was a certain Christopher Colombus whose maths were terrible, and whose proposal had been rejected by the more thoughtful Italians and Portuguese. Sometimes belief results in achieving what science tells to be impossible.

  • Quote from Karak Norn Clansman: “Humans tend to be versatile all-rounders, and sometimes their fervent religiosity or penchant for organization marks them out from the rest. ” You nailed it in this sentence. Religion and organization is what allows humans to achieve deeds which no elf nor dwarf would consider conceiveable. Elves may be smarter, nimbler, etc, if they don't accept to live in large cities and share their science in universities, they cannot compete collectively in the long run. Dw…

  • Dogs of War

    Calisson - - Homebrew 9th Age

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    Did you check A list of Homebrew?

  • Quote from JimMorr: “You need to cross-reference four books to read it. And RT seems to be proud of it - they did it on purpose to eliminate compliance errors. ” They are not particularly proud of that aspect. Actually there are doing self-evaluation to determine the pros and cons of this particular way of doing things, and see if its worth changing. Don't forget, there are pros, even if you personally focus on the cons.

  • Quote from echoCTRL: “Please make that card board version!!!! ” Did you check Flat Paper Proxies?

  • Quote from Karak Norn Clansman: “Inspirational reference only: ” Means no IP clearance to use, aye aye. Quote from Ghiznuk: “But our Vanhu don't ride hyenas ” Means no conceptual need to use, aye aye. The two combined: no problem, aye aye. Thanks for sharing the inspiration!

  • Nouvelles du front : Discussion

    Calisson - - France

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    Quote from MagnanIX: “Je croyais que les Makhars étaient l'équivalent slave, mais non, c'est une armée typiquement mongole en fait. ” Quote from Ghiznuk: “Il est très important de souligner que les Makhars ne sont pasinspirés des Mongols ni des cultures mongoles” -=-=- Quote from MagnanIX: “Du coup, se ne sont donc plus des armées "auxiliaires" mais des armées "suppléments" c'est ça ? ”

  • Nouvelles du front : Discussion

    Calisson - - France

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    STP c'est un SUPPLEMENT, pas un AUXILIAIRE. J'ai demandé une correction, autant anticiper.

  • Translator looking for job !

    Calisson - - WWW Topics

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    T9A could help in another way, by testifying about your skills, not only in linguistics but also in working in teams.

  • Translator looking for job !

    Calisson - - WWW Topics

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    No idea, pas d'idée, nessun idea...

  • Quote from Auto2: “And we want to compete with them by spending €1600 €0 ” Corrected for you.

  • Thanks for raising. I see three issues to raise internally. 1. No transparency. Been mentioned many times already. Will investigate why it is making no progress. 2. Donate button hard to find. Should be improved with the coming of our new website. Fingers crossed. 3. Selective donate buttons. Don't know how complex, nor how desirable (e.g. what if we have advertising money but no money to pay for the server?).

  • Quote from WastelandWarrior: “The commitment part is probably the biggest roadblock, you have to be pretty damn committed to get into this game, which on the whole I'd imagine that most people arent really that up for (and I dont blame them, you have to be a special kind of crazy to spend so much time on fantasy toy soldiers, I recognise my madness!) ” The commitment part is simultaneously the biggest roadblock and the biggest life insurance for T9A. Sure it is true that T9A is demanding in time…

  • Quote from Auto2: “I don't think it's optimal to have the current chaos where all companies can use our IP for free, because this makes us dysfunctional, poor and victims of free rider problems of our own creation. ” Actually, it is so by design. We deliberately want many free riders to show up, the more, the better. The reason is that we're not the victims of free riders. We, the comunity, are their customers.

  • This culture I have some knowledge of. This is a maritime civilization. Everything comes from the sea. Fishing and hunting seals, eating exclusively fish and meat, no agriculture, no fruit gathering. A charateristics is the scarce access to wood, which is for most floated wood arriving naturally on the shores, brought by ccurrents. The rest is traded wood. Wood is sporadic and not guaranteed. Wood is therefore a luxury good, treated as such, and reused as long as possible. Consequence is that ir…