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I know that's your intention, but you have to be more specific about it. You describe the rivalry/instability occuring that year, but it would take some time after that before you commence with the marriage and resolve the crisis. You can't start and end a national crisis in the same turn. Then, being still in the process of centralizing, you can't immediately make adminsitrative reforms in the same turn as centralizing the island.
I know you intended those events to be stretched over a hundred years, but you never specified when any of these events happened. It all implies it happened all at once. Hence, I left in the initial events and crossed out the later ones. Oh, I didn't mean to push that button! † Oh, well leave a message I guess 04:24, June 11, 2017 (UTC)
Re: Principia Unionus
Land and stuffs
For the cities, I'm okay with it, I was aware they were really close of each other. And Yeah, I,m aware 10,000px is way bigger then my small region, but I still wanted to play a really small region like that.
As for the coasts, I mainly said that because I had no coastal cities, but if I can own coasts without having a big city on the coast, then yeah sure, I'll own some coast.
RE: Hawaii in PM4
Not that it's any of my business as I am no longer mod, but from what I understand, the declaration of war you posted in your turn was crossed out. The player you attacked was already acting implausible, and the events he did that led up to the war was retconned by the mods. Thus, your reason for war was removed. I think you already knew that because, according to the edit history, you removed the strike on your turn and proceeded with the war anyway. Such disregard for the mod's decision, even if that wasn't your intention, may be the reason they are less than inclined to respond to your appeal.
RE: Age of authority question
No events of note for Armenia at the moment. Madman, playing Parthia, may have diverged Persia's relationship to Armenia from OTL in his turns, so you would have to consult him. As for Christianity, it's the same amount as OTL at this time, primarily with influence from ISCAR (playing the Judean Orthodox Church). So present, but by no means influential at this stage. Oh, I didn't mean to push that button! † Oh, well leave a message I guess 21:16, October 25, 2017 (UTC)
I deleted the map in question because there is no need for there to be two maps of the same area (regardless of whether one is labeled and one remaining blank). Unless there is a definitive purpose for having an unlabeled version of one of your maps (be it coding or the like), there is no reason to have two. -- NuclearVacuum 01:51, November 15, 2017 (UTC)
- Aside from being label-less, what other differences were on the map I deleted. If there were other features that I overlooked, I certainly do apologize on my part. I also do apologize for you losing your original file. I will be more than happy to restore your file.
- Once again, I do apologize for the confusion and frustration. I'm simply doing my duties as a moderator, so please don't think I'm purposely trying to pester you.
I recently saw your PSGII game. I'd like to ask is it possible to join yet? Can I be a general and representative when it is possible, as my character is based on OTL Alexander Hamilton, who served in army and politics and cabinet positions. How will the game work?
I just ahve three more question, what exactly is the timeline for the game, are their the same OTL individals, parties, events or different? And can you become President or cabinet position simply by putting your name there? Would James Clarkson be a good politicain name?
I am not interested in playing a political simulation game right now but in answer to your Discord issue. What is your discord so I can help sort out you being on Discord. Person67 (talk) 21:14, December 14, 2017 (UTC)
Is this good?
Name: Stephen Foster
Date of Birth: 21 January 1750
Place of Birth: Newberry, South Carolina
Position: US Senator from South Carolina
Biography: Stephen Foster is a South Carolinian farmer and politican. He was formally a state representative, and before that was a plantation owner.