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Beware of Thor and Odin

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Alpha Mining

Sunday, October 19, 2003 - 07:39 pm Click here to edit this post
I outbid Thor in the purchase of a corps and now the spoilt little brat is using his 2 CEO accounts to buy 6 of mine, so watch out if you come across him.
And a well known saying in the UK is "I know where you live" when looking to get your own back on someone

Alpha Mining

Sunday, October 19, 2003 - 07:45 pm Click here to edit this post
And he seems to be trying to corner the market on uranium and plutonium by buying up as many corps as he can with his 3 ceo accounts

Quest Technologies

Sunday, October 19, 2003 - 11:18 pm Click here to edit this post
Good let him do all the work trying to corner the market .. just makes our companies make more money )

The nice thing about GR is if he messes with the wrong person they will find, declare war on every C3 where he has built and destroy his corporations.

But as far as him being a "spoiled brat" bidding on corps are the way a CEO actively prosecutes a "war". Correct me If I'm wrong, you noticed he had corps bid on that were close to ending up on bid time. So you snapped them up without tying up your ability to bid for 4 months?

I could do that anytime I wanted myself .. but that's a door I have no intention of opening first.

Alpha Mining

Sunday, October 19, 2003 - 11:35 pm Click here to edit this post
I wanted a uranium corps and that one seemed the best choice, didn`t even take any notice of the fact that I pipped him

Missouri

Monday, October 20, 2003 - 01:02 am Click here to edit this post
That was your choice to make and you made it. CEO's don't have tanks etc. to wage war with all they have is a checkbook.

Currently I'm locked in a share war with another CEO, I have had numerous opportunties to "snipe" corps he's bid on but in my mind some rocks are just better off left unturned.

You have to look at it from both sides, you took something from him first. Why would his coming back and taking something from you be "spoiled"?

There are many methods of conflict in this game, all his bidding on your corps indicates to me is his willingness for conflict.

Alpha Mining

Monday, October 20, 2003 - 06:04 am Click here to edit this post
And it indicates to me his immaturity for taking this attitude to something that in the end is just a game, why can`t we all put it down to experiecne, say "Oh well never mind" and move on.
In the end no one wins by taking this stance

Quest Technologies

Monday, October 20, 2003 - 06:22 am Click here to edit this post
LOL in case you haven't figured it out, that is part of the game. A CEO worth his "salt" will not only prosper from that type of conflict but can do horrendous damage to another.

You don't appear to be the only person in this game with that attitude though.

It's rather interesting when someone comes in and kicks down something I'm working on .. they seem to think I should chaulk it up to experience.

It's just a game right?

When the shoe is on the other foot well, it's rather interesting the justifications people come up with.

This game is many different things to people but if it's one thing I learned very quickly. NEVER mess with someone you can't beat.

There are simply too many corps out there owned by enterprises with no ceo to even consider bidding on or against someone unless it's conflict you desire.

Alpha Mining

Monday, October 20, 2003 - 07:25 am Click here to edit this post
I have no intention of trying to beat anyone by following that route and am not looking for any conflict
But if thats the way he wants to play it then so be it

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