| Sunday, January 23, 2005 - 12:13 pm |
Xavier, it's unfortunate that you feel that way.
I understand your desire to point out certain 'quirks' that you see in the game as unrealistic. Issues such as a centrally planned economy, calculation of the financial index and the profit making goal of countries in SC are actually topics that might be worth analysing and debating about.
There do exist though, certain elements of the game that appear unrealistic, which are actually in place to allow practical existence of this simulation as an online game.
Next is your deriding of many of the players via the boards and general tone used. It's not within my purview to determine your communication style but there're other types of approaches which might be far more effective.
Your comment regarding the war system and the insinuation that the game admins actually ganged up with a player to remove you from the game was rather uncalled for. Nearly no online game adminstrator would jeopardise his or her administrative integrity in that manner and I believe W3C here will not and have not done it in your case.
If you strongly believe so though, perhaps you would care to collate some evidence and present it to us here to support your case. I'm sure the community would be happy to scrutinise it with you and determine whether your conjecture holds or is due to certain misunderstandings that you have regarding the war engine.
Last but not least, I do hope you will consider staying, not only due to the fact that you appear to be a potentially valuable asset to the game community based on your alluded qualifications and experiences but also because it would be a pity if you quitted the game because of some misunderstandings over the game mechanics.
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