Russian Expansion TimelineEdit
Other ideas? --Catherine 17:26, May 9, 2010 (UTC)
We already have something that you are suggesting, its called Alternative History:Experts. Here people can volunteer to be experts on certain subjects, thus allowing people to contact them about it. Check out the page and see if there are any experts who might be able to help you. You can also try starting a topic on our forum. Mitro 00:46, May 13, 2010 (UTC)
The HRE until the 15th century wasn't very centralized, basically when an emperor died,, a council of electors made up of the King of Bohemia, the Margrave of Brandenburg, the Duke of Saxony, the Count Palantine of the Rhine, and the bishops of Trier, Cologne, and Mainz would elect a King of the Romans. They would not become emperor until crowned by the Pope. I believe the Emperor had the right to draw levies from the principalities of the empire during war, and was tasked with defending the states of the realm against enemies both without and within the empire. When the Habsburgs gained power they began to centralize the power of the empire and organize it, creating imperial courts and laws, collecting taxes, and dividing the empire into imperial circuits, which were basically electoral districts for the Reichstag. Eventually the Margrave of Brandenburg became jealous of Habsburg power and with the Prussian lands under his control, he declared himself the King in Prussia (Not King of Prussia, as Prussia wasn't part of the empire and he would then lose any standing within the empire.), a combindation of this and the 30 years war eventually lead to the Holy Roman Empire becoming the Austrian Empire under the Habsburgs, and the German Empire under the Prussian kings.Oerwinde 09:26, May 13, 2010 (UTC)
Please read and comment on the Timeline of Russian Empire (Ivan IV controls his temper). --Catherine 00:47, May 13, 2010 (UTC)
Timeline too Long Edit
I suggest you archive every thrity turns (or years) so the page will not become too big, as it is becoming now. Some of your images take a while to load. Many browers (including my own) aren't designed for such large pages. I suggest you archive, just like they do on the The New & Improved map game (Map Game). --Catherine 22:39, May 16, 2010 (UTC)
Allies, Axis, and Communism Map GameEdit
We've started! And it's your turn! Eastward Expansion
If you go to the Talk Page, then you see Manchuria is in Japan's influence. Manchuria is just letting Japanese forces waltz through their territory (exageration) to attack China. Eastward Expansion
Your turn again.
And it is once again your turn!
I have no problem at all. I can just re-write it again anyways. Well, tell Oerwinde to remove the lock on your game page, since you are the creator. --Catherine 22:26, May 23, 2010 (UTC)
Once again, it's your turn Destroyanator 17:01, May 30, 2010 (UTC)
I think Europe 1430 needs to be rolled-back to 1522, since after it all sides put in implausible stuff, did not post any maps, and edited each other's turns. --Catherine 21:04, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
- Why have you not given me a response? It might take you a fucking nine days to answer me!! --Catherine 21:22, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
Thank you. And anyways, sad school for you is over in early June. --Catherine 21:41, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
It's your turn again. 1 more day and we skip you! Eastward Expansion 12:51, June 9, 2010 (UTC)
Dawn of the Dark Age 500 A.D.Edit
- Just wanted to inform you that we have started it, so you can post now if you wish.--DaBigUn 21:52, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
If France does not like what is proposed, would the Netherlands stand by Russia, as troops would be sent through them to Nova Scotia, if you would like that is. Also, this would throw you into my alliance, where you get reduced trade tax as well as military aid.--DaBigUn 15:43, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
as you can see, Spain well be an ally on my side if it dose come down to it.Also, right now I am seeing if the Prussians well declare neutrality in a conflict between Russia and France. As the have little to gain, and a lot to loose.--DaBigUn 16:05, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
regardless, would you like to sign a treaty then with me declaring MDP (mutual defense pact), this well also give you the ability to have the above stated tax rates and his might become a free trade as I wish to keep Spain, and possibly you, by my side as an ally.--DaBigUn 16:09, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
1600: Colonization Edit
i'm sorry if my post didn't make it clear. i said that the Dane were planning to send 2000 people overseas. they'll probably do it next year, when the first harvest is in and the colony has plenty of food. Destroyanator 01:07, June 11, 2010 (UTC)
On the Dutch and Portuguese, I agree. How much lands did the Dutch have in the East Indies back then? BoredMatt 21:47, June 11, 2010 (UTC)
Also are you Dutch?
^Who said this? I'm not Dutch, my parent's parent's parent's parent's were even born in America haha. Although I love to watch international soccer (wish it was called football) and the Netherlands are going to win the World Cup. ProfessorMcG 01:55, June 12, 2010 (UTC)
^You mean France right!?...Smallpox 02:11, June 12, 2010 (UTC)
Sure. You play as nations, with NATO and the WP as teams. I'm already the USA, so you can be any nation other than that. BoredMatt 22:41, June 21, 2010 (UTC)
Matt, anyone can be any country. Like I said, there will be 2 - 3 people for US, UK, and Canada since almost all of our users are from there. And being in charge of a country is just a title. For example, you can be in charge of Italy and still make turns for France. Arstarpool 23:20, June 21, 2010 (UTC)
Help with 1983: DoomsdayEdit
Would you like me to help you out with your proposal? I know alot about 1983: Doomsday, and I could get you up on your feet. There are just a couple things I need to explain to you:
Don't write in the first person.
That's about it!
Arstarpool 03:02, June 22, 2010 (UTC)
Roman Empire Chaos Map Game Edit
if you do make a Map Game in which each person plays as a Roman Province, i call dibs on Egypt. also, i fell really sorry for whoever gets lumped with Africa Proconsularis Destroyanator 04:26, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
Also, i found a great map of the Roman Empire at it's height Destroyanator 04:40, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
Cool map!! If we do make a game out of this, I call Britannia!
BoredMatt 14:52, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
I've started to make a map with each province colored differently. Destroyanator 15:36, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
I've finished coloring Egypt and Asia! tell me what you think Destroyanator 16:08, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
Cool! Can I join? If yes, I call Italy or Syria :D Fedelede 16:16, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
I'd take Italia if i were u. Syria is basically a desert Destroyanator 00:24, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Antioch was the third largest city in the Roman Empire and it was in Syria. ProfessorMcG 00:34, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
It was an important Roman province. ProfessorMcG 00:34, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
well, Antioch was the third largest city in the Empire, but most of it's value came from it's proximity to the Persian heartland. Destroyanator 00:36, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Yes, that's why I want Syria. In fact, don't give me Italia! give me Syria if I can :) Fedelede 00:40, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Oh, and don't think Proconsularis is a bad idea. It was the feeder of Europe on the age, together with Cyrenaica and Egypt. Fedelede
For some reason I'm aiming for Aquitania or Lusitania. ProfessorMcG 00:47, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Here's my newest map Destroyanator 01:49, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
I'd like Thracia, thats where Byzantium is located. Ownerzmcown 1:51, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
After you are done with the map I'll fill in the letters, because it looks wierd when there is pink in every A and OProfessorMcG 01:59, June 24, 2010 (UTC)Alright, heres the finished version for touching up. Destroyanator 02:08, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
I've tried on the touch up but I end up making it look wierd. ProfessorMcG 02:25, June 24, 2010 (UTC)
Are you going to make this game? Destroyanator 21:41, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
World War I Map Game Edit
some of us have made a map game and were wondering if you would like to join.
Hi, Kevin. Is that your with friendship with X8 or with me? Or with Yank?
You know that I will continue to "police" time lines on my own anyway. But never in a mean way. I just like a good story that flows logically based on the "laws" of nature - including "human nature." SouthWriter 15:17, June 28, 2010 (UTC)
New 1983:DD NationEdit
Hey, I know that things kind of went bad when your Dubuque article is now to be part of the QCA, but I have had an idea for a new nation for several days and I want you to do the honor of creating it, all you have to do is click here. Once you make it, it will officially be created by you, but it will still belong to me. So you get the benefit of "having" your own nation, and I get the benefit of making it. Arstarpool 02:23, June 29, 2010 (UTC)
There are NO admins for 1983: Doomsday. You cannot have admins for any TLs either. All the "admins" are really normal members with no official power. Arstarpool 02:32, June 29, 2010 (UTC)
Catherine and why I am pissed offEdit
I am pissed off by a lot of in-wiki things. One, maybe two of my articles for 1983: Doomsday may be marked obsolete, and I have just been pissed. It doesn't help she has been rude, even vulgar to at least 5 known users, and she was given a chance. As a member of the TSPTF, it is my obligation to keep these attitudes off of the wiki. Worst of all, although my current powers are limited, I have to be the "tattle-tale" to the higher-ups, two of whom have no respect for me. Arstarpool 02:55, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
Please don't vent your anger on Catherine. And with such serious consquences too! It doesn't help your situation with the higher-up admins if you act so rashly against Catherine. I think you are mature enough resort to being a tattle-tale for a while, at least you have shown me that you have been mature enough in the past. Hopefully that won't change =). And why doesn't it matter if they don't respect you? I don't give a s*** what they say, and netiher do most people. Catherine for one doesn't =) You admin situation may not be fair, but I don't think acting this way really helps you at the moment and it's not fair to Catherine either. ProfessorMcG 03:04, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
Hi, Professor, I just wanted to know if you are still planning on working on a 1430 Europe timeline, because I would be happy to help out if you want. If you do, send me a message, and we could get working on it ASAP.
- Sorry, if you didn't want to work on it, I didn't mean to force you. I just looked at your user page and you said you wanted to do a timeline about Europe in 1430, and I would have helped you. If you don't want to, that's alright.
- If you do need help on something you are working on, just let me know, though!
- OK....when you want to get started, I'll be ready. Have an idea for a POD?
OK, and how about a dual POD, say Breton Fishermen find North America accidentally, setting the stage for French dominance of the World: why not call the Timeline "France's Decade", or something like that. What da ya think? Tbguy1992; Proud creator of French Trafalgar, British Waterloo 00:50, July 5, 2010 (UTC)
- What I had meant is that France is guaranteed Superpower status, which it will be able to maintain until the present. Basically, France and England will switch places in History. A British General like Napoleon, for example, and a French Empire where the "Sun Never Sets", along the lines of the OTL British Empire. How does that sound?
- Thanks! However, I'm starting to work on my new AltHist idea, Choose Your Own Alternate History!, (hoping to make ita s popular as the Map Games!) so we may have to put that idea on hold. If you want to, we could work together on CYOAH for a while, then work on "Le Soleil ne se Chouche" (The sun never sets, in French). If not, that's OK to.
- You mean CYOAH? Or that other idea we had? Tbguy1992 04:59, July 7, 2010 (UTC)
- PS. I know, I've been changing my Signatures a little bit...
- Simple: Find a "divergence" that hasn't been edited yet, then make up a bit about what happens if you select that choice, and try to end with few choices on how the story continues.
- They way to think of it as the Choose Your Own Adventure Books, only we get to make it up! Tbguy1992 05:06, July 7, 2010 (UTC)
From SouthWriter's blog Edit
This is not totally private, but more so than the open forum of the blog.
I see fossils of wooly mammoths. I see fossils of dinosaurs. I don't see any mention of wooly mammoths or dinosaurs in the Bible. I see that I do believe in God. I see that the Bible was not written by God himself, but by God working through other humans. I see that not every word in the Bible is literal and I see that I think the Bible is meant to be open for interpretation. So I look at all of this I see, and I know that by using my skills interpretation the story of creation makes sense to me while incorporating evolution.
- I "signed off" for the night over at the blog, but I wanted to give a little bit of advice to you concerning "religion" and "science." You are still young, with many years of learning ahead of you. Your school is required by law to "force feed" you the "facts" of evolution. You get the same "mind food" from public and private media and even religious media. But you don't have to "think like the world" as a believer. Stop and use your spiritual receptors -- that part of you that wants to know God.
- The Bible is a book written by men who knew God. And God knew them. That which has come down to us in what we know as the Bible is the part of what God let be known to people who knew him. Certainly there are parts that are not "literal" -- some poetic language, parts of speech, word pictures to describe things beyond comprehension due to lack of reference points in this world, and so on. But the parts that are written as history ARE literal. The fact that they are written by men is by necessity, for the men were the ones "living" the history. Some parts of the history were only seen by God, so only He could describe them. We cannot stand in judgment over God's word, deciding with our meager minds that we can "understand" God better than those people so very long ago who knew the same God we claim to know.
- Trying to use the observations of unbelievers -- those that vehemently deny God and those who make God in their own image ("God would not do so and so..." ) -- to "make sense" out of what God has told His people to write down is not reasonable for a believer. If you truly believe in God, then by faith believe what He has said. Look at what He has done -- Creation -- and see His "handiwork" -- designed for our enjoyment and to His Glory. Evolution is anti-God, so how can God be pro-evolution? Like I said before, LOOK at the evidence, and what do you see?
- You see wooly mammoth remains -- not properly fossils, but no mention of them in the Bible. But then, "wooly mammoth" is a modern term, so some of the original words for "big beasts" might have referred to them. But even if not, that proves nothing. The armadillo and the panda bear are not mentioned either. Most of the Bible history takes place in an area smaller than Texas. You see dinosaur fossils, but rarely a full skeleton. And then we have to guess what one looked like before it was suddenly buried in mud and fossilized. Only the shapes of the bones are usually available. And like the mammoth, the "dinosaur" is just a name we gave them a few years ago. There are words in the Bible that describe animals much like some that we call "dinosaurs." How can you "believe" evolution just because God-denying insist that they know more than God does?
- Trust God, and trust your God given senses. Look at what he has made, and enjoy it. If you must know "how" and "why" of things unknown, go with what you see, and touch and experience. Don't waste your time going with your own or some "expert's" guess as to how something "developed over millions of years." As a believer, you will be glad you trusted God over men -- every time you try it! :-) SouthWriter 05:13, July 6, 2010 (UTC)
- As an atheist, i object to just about everything in the above comment. if the word "comment" can be used to describe something longer than the average college thesis. I'm not going to try to convince you that God doesn't exist, as I believe that everyone should be allowed to determine for themselves their own beliefs, and I fully support those who believe in both God and modern science. I simply want to encourage you to keep an open and analytical mind. don't let yourself be brainwashed into repeating some divisive dogma, be it Atheist, Christian, Islamic, or any other. I simply want to encourage you to question anything and everything around you. Believe only what can be proven to you, not simply what anyone, be they a scientist or preacher, tells you.Destroyanator 05:57, July 6, 2010 (UTC) (also, i'd be VERY impressed if you could find a reference to dinosaurs in the bible)
- What you are saying, Des, before the young man can even read and remark to personal advice, I may add, is that you want everyone to be like you, dependent on the thoughts and theories of men over the absolute truths found in both the world and the Word of God. Doubt everyone -- and that should include YOU -- and have no faith in what God has said. An open mind, that looks at the FACTS and not the theories of what the facts might mean, may very well reject the theories, since they are only the thoughts of men. This young man, in a very vulnerable stage of his life, must depend on his own mind to sort out the mess before him. That is throwing the lamb "to the wolves." I have said to McG many times to LOOK, and carefully CONSIDER everything that he SEES. He sees bones, he sees rocks torn apart by violent action. He does not SEE pond scum turning into worms turning into fish turning into frogs, etc. That is what he is being told -- in school, in the media, on the web, and maybe even in church -- so why should he turn aside the advice of one experienced man who in no way can "brainwash" him. A brain that has been filled 23 hours a day with the teachings of godless men cannot be "washed" by fewer than 600 words (a college thesis indeed!)
@ SouthWriter: I agree with a lot of what you wrote. The mentions of big beasts in the Bible is actually exactly what I meant. I see these fossils of dinosaurs, and I see the mentions of big beasts in the Bible and they 'fit together' and I know that creatures were in the Bible that were part of evolution. This is just an example of how I see that evolution can be part of the Bible :) Trying to figure out how evolution fits into the Bible isn't questioning God to me, it's that God has given us maybe a test. Atheists have found information that to us, seems more real than the Bible can ever be. So, maybe He wants us to try and keep an open mind and be able to trust Him and see that He did everything. We don't have to deny that evolution didn't happen, we just accept that God has shown us more about Him through other people, not all believers.
What I say can be taken as...vain (that's hardly the right word, maybe selfish) because I'm trying to know everything about God and that is not meant to be so. But if this mind is what God gave me at least I can use that mind for faith and try to apply faith to all I want to know. ProfessorMcG 13:06, July 6, 2010 (UTC)
- Kevin, I will use your real name because we have corresponded before, I am sorry this format is so open that "Destroyanator" could butt in before you could read my remarks. But in a way, you can see the what the "other side" is offering you -- freedom to think "for yourself" and treat what God says as just more of the same as what the world has to offer. That is, threat God as if he were a man.
- Seeing the Leviathan, do you see it developing from a catfish, walking on fins to lay eggs that hatch into a salamander one day? Or do you see a mighty animal with a 'tail like an oak' that eats grass? You are not "seeing evolution," for evolution cannot be seen. The only way we can "hear" God is to look at what He has allowed His people to write down. As the Apostle Peter, a man who walked with Jesus and received the promise that God's Spirit would guide him, wrote:
- 2Pe 1:21 For the prophecy [God's Word] came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.
- The Bible is not just a book written by simple-minded primitives. It is the Book written by men who were so close to God that He "carried them" in His "arms." Though some of that record may have been changed a little by copiers, and certainly by translators, the message has not been lost. Choose whom you will trust - God who has loved men, or men who hate (or just deny) God. I believe you when you say you are a believer. And I understand the overwhelming "evidence" that that "modern science" throws your way. But you really cannot "have it both ways."
- Look up "Leviathan" in the concordance. I'll let YOU "impress" Destroyanator. :-)
- --SouthWriter 14:38, July 6, 2010 (UTC)
Quick, Kevin, make another edit. The 666 at the top of you user page is scary!! :-)
Me, superstiutious? Nope. Just funning with you. SouthWriter 20:57, July 6, 2010 (UTC)
Hahahahahahaha. No ;) -ProfessorMcG
Roman Empire Edit
Hi Professor, everyone want to start the game, PLEASE start it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VENEZUELA 21:43, July 7, 2010 (UTC)
Can we move on to the next year? BoredMatt 16:33, July 10, 2010 (UTC)
Can I make another move as Syria? or only the Macedonian one I just made? Fedelede 16:43, July 12, 2010 (UTC)
I checked and replied to you on the thing.....
Eastward Expansion 17:24, July 11, 2010 (UTC)
People Talking about you behind your back... Edit
I am a user on this site, but because I might be sticking my nose in where it doesn't belong, I'm being an anon. People are talking about the "Childish McG" here.
22.214.171.124 14:42, July 21, 2010 (UTC)
That was me :P. Me and South had an argument over my age (and other things) and I stated that McG is a teenager and he had grown fond of you but on the other hand took everything out on me when I was around the same age. Arstarpool 15:22, July 21, 2010 (UTC)
Hi, Kevin, I spoke only of the developing human mind -- proven scientifically to be still developing all the way to 25 - 30 years of age among males. I inferred that the discussion here was far more than discussing a fictional account on a web page. I hope, in fact, that Alex will read a little of what I wrote to you - just so he will understand our "friendship" and what is important in "real life." SouthWriter 16:14, July 21, 2010 (UTC)
Eastward Expansion 21:55, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
I read it and replied.
Eastward Expansion 22:20, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
Maybe it is a little Vulgar...
(Temple for Worshippers of Paul the Octopus who is More Important than You)
Maybe that's too long though....
Eastward Expansion 22:24, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
Where is the "timeline"? BoredMatt 22:31, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
It's not really complete yet, I'll add more to it and show it later. ProfessorMcG 22:37, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
Haha I wanna see this BoredMatt 22:38, July 30, 2010 (UTC)
- Papa Smurf captures a wild Peter Griffin and manages to help Jebus escape from the depths of the Peter’s mind.
- Jebus thanks Papa Smurf by offering him Gaydar, the most powerful weapon ever known.
- The Sayian Team of Super Friends (STSF), knowing how dangerous Earthian Smurfs are, and realizing how rash the actions of Jebus have been, land an army on Earth, the 3rd Planet in the 1,259,854th Galaxy in the G Universe.
- The Smurfs retaliate, citing a disregard of the Space Treaty 1984: Godzilla.
- A battle ensues and the Smurfs are forced to flee Earth due to a STSF victory.
- They flee to Six T Nine, the Sixth Planet in the Ninth Galaxy of the T Universe which is home to the rest of the Smurf population.
- When they land the Earthian Smurfs find Frankenstein, the focus of their religion, and begin to worship him.
- This elevates Earthian Smurf to the highest social class.
- Meanwhile, back on Earth, Gaydar falls into the hands of the STSF, a prospect that many in the O Universe don’t seem to like.
- The STSF has cut swathes through the 4, 7, and 13 Galaxies of the G Universe.
- The STSF now is the most powerful organization in the G Universe.
- A new treaty, Space Treaty 2007: The Sandwich is formed on the planet Monaco under the supervision of the current Octopus of the O Universe called Paul.
- Under the supervision of Paul the Octopus, the Organization for Worshippers of the Octopus Which is Currently Paul and Is Greater Than You (OWOWCPIGTY) creates a weapon that they hope can match the power of Gaydar.
- Thus The Sandwich is born.
- The OWOWCPIGTY forms a massive fleet and prepares to launch an attack on the STSF Empire.
- But the ruling elite on Monaco, known as The Vatican, usurp the power of OWOWCPIGTY and the army and organization is immediately disbanded.
- The Sandwich, once the most known object in the O Universe, somehow disappears and isn’t seen for many years.
- Chaos reigns in the O Universe for a short while, until The Vatican starts to take over each planet one by one until they form an empire rivaling that of the STSF.
- While all of this has happened in the O Universe and G Universe the Smurfs magically harness the power of Frankenstein in the T Universe.
- The Smurfs come out in the open and announce the formation of the Smurf Empire and declare open war on the STSF Empire.
- Space battles rage across the J Universe, the battleground between the two universe spanning empires.
- Eventually Gaydar falls into the hands of the Smurf Empire.
- This causes The Vatican to put a bounty on the head of Jebus, for causing Gaydar to fall into the hands of the Smurf Empire.
- Jebus is killed by Darth Vader and the body is sold to The Vatican.
- Surprisingly the Smurfs had gained affection for Jebus, thanks to his gifting of Gaydar, and threaten The Vatican.
- With the Smurf Empire now spanning multiple universes, and in possession of Frankenstein it seems unstoppable and The Vatican seems puny.
- It is realized by The Vatican and Smurf Empire that Darth Vader had found The Sandwich, but it is too late.
- Darth Vader unleashes The Sandwich and creates a white hole, a black hole but of 10 times the magnitude.
- The whole of the G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, and O Universes are sucked in.
- Darth Vader is crowned ruler of the 26 Universes. When in reality 8 of those have disappeared.
- The Sandwich corrupts Darth Vader and declares itself ruler of Reality, which encompasses much more than just the 26 Universes.
Hmmm.. I see a map game in this..... BoredMatt 00:00, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
What do you mean...............ProfessorMcG 00:05, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
IDK, but I've always wanted to try a space-based map game. I also dreamed about a space map game last week. Maybe The Octopus Currently Called Paul is trying to tell me something...BoredMatt 00:25, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
If you guys want to make any changes...just say what you think. ProfessorMcG 01:33, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
Hey, I'm Ownerzmcown and I'd like to ask you, a player of the Map Games to go to the Europe 1430 Map Game talk page and vote against allowing the British Group to invade the Germanic Pact near the bottom of the screen, the idea is borderline implausibility and needs to be rolledback! Ownerzmcown 11:50, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
Barring that your children are illegitiment, or are "touched by God", or by your specific direction (ie in your will it states "My brother shall inherit my estate",etc"), then either the eldest male would get it, or it would be split between your children (which was more common in England than in the rest of Europe). BoredMatt 01:02, August 10, 2010 (UTC)
Cold War Map GameEdit
Hey, I've recently restarted the map game Cold War! (Map Game) and say that you were one of the players, I would like you to start playing again and bring life back to this awesome map game Ownerzmcown 17:39, August 12, 2010 (UTC)
He, Prof, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind checking out my primary TL, French Trafalgar, British Waterloo, as I'm going around to find some people who would like to read it, and give me some feedback, comments or ideas. I would really appreciate it if you did!
Tbguy1992 00:11, August 15, 2010 (UTC)