I took a short break from the wiki since I got really busy and my computer screen fizzled out. This is what happened while I was gone.Read more >
So, I was jumping around from timeline to timeline, collecting information on different divergences. Along the way, I picked these up. The problem is, I don't know what timeline they came from or what is going on in these maps. Here's what I've gathered:
These are the only samples I managed to take from that timeline, so if someone could help me fill in the details, their help would be much appreciated.
Cour *talk* 00:35, July 4, 2014 (UTC)Read more >
Just had a quick idea I wanted to ramble on. Parallel history on the whole Ukraine/Crimea/Russia Crisis going on-
Russia - US
Ukraine - California or Philipines or Alaska or some other territory
Crimea - Hawai'i
Hawai'i has remained mainly autonomous from Sacramento/Manila/Juneau. When the crisis began and the pro-US government began to break down, the US sent in troops to stabilize the Hawai'ian islands. A vote was taken, and over 95% wished to rejoin the US.
Thanks for listening to my ramblings.
If you have any suggestions, feel free to list them below.Read more >
Just a quick idea regarding mods in PM3. Just for fun, take it lightheartedly. And yes, I know there are 13 people on this list. Hades isn't technically an Olympian, and I chose Hestia over Dionysus.
Andrew Aphrodite Elected mod seperately. Aphrodite was born seperately from the other gods
Collie Zeus Head mod, head god
Callum Demeter Fruits, bounty, other stuff (I don't know...)
Lemming Hermes Small messenger
Cour Athena Voice of reason (or so I would like to think)
Crim Hephaestus Works on stuff (I guess)
Fed Hera Major, but subordinate to Zeus
MP Apollo Prettyboy (lol)
Ms Ares Popular amoung the people, instigator amoung the gods (nothing personal)
Scan Poseidon Poseidon caused many natural disasters - earthquakes, floods, etc.
Scraw Hades Let's …
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I had an idea for another 'event' for the wiki. On the wiki, we have two 'events'. The first is timelines, where you can create an alternate history. This is good, but also requires a lot of work if you want to be successful. You need to research everything, then write your own spin on it. The other 'event' is Map Games, where you can choose a faction and control them through certain periods of history. This is fun, but also requires a large time commitment.
My proposal is to start another 'event'. I was looking on www.alternatehistory.com and noticed a 'Map Contest'. This is what inspired me. Every so often (for simplicity's sake, I'll say every week), the head of the map contest puts up a prompt/PoD. Then, contestants have until Friday to…Read more >