Simcountry Home   Simcountry Documentation   Simcountry Documentation   Simcountry Terminology
online games, multiplayer games
spacing
bullet Simcountry is an Online Digital World where you are the President of a country.
spacing
bullet No download needed!
spacing
What is Simcountry?
Beginners Info
What is Simcountry?
| | | | |
Previous Thread: Random Loner Thread
Next Thread: A Poetic Kickoff to a World War

Mousepants

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  Mousepants

Mousepants

Sunday, October 12, 2003 - 07:20 pm Click here to edit this post
Im not inactive I just cant log in as much as some people and since I just moved it has been much harder. I fully intend to remain active and I will remember who preyed on me during these past few weeks.

I never said that bidding was wrong. I just bluntly yes rudely asked to be left alone. So what. Bidding on other peoples corps is rude too!

What Mabo said to me was that he "deserved" to have my corps because I was ranked higher even though he was more active. THat is complete crap and if your ego is so fragile then maybe you should spend your money on cosmetic surgery instead of playing a game.

What happened after I bid on his corps to retaliate was that one of his allies opened up three new CEO accounts and used them to make multiple bids on my corps. If that is what you have to do to bring down a player who is higher ranked than you are even though they are less active then I pity you.

Grey 2

Monday, October 13, 2003 - 08:27 am Click here to edit this post
I had nothing to do with whoever else is bidding on you. When I ask other people to join in you'll know.

Have a nice day.

Grey 2

Monday, October 13, 2003 - 09:10 am Click here to edit this post
I never said that bidding was wrong. I just bluntly yes rudely asked to be left alone. So what. Bidding on other peoples corps is rude too!

What a load of crap. I was as polite as I could have possibly been about the process and you know it. Obviously I was open to negotiations, and was concerned about whether you were active or not and what your wishes were. But you threw that good-hearted attitude of mine out the window and this is what you get. Hopefully this will teach you a lesson about how to treat people who have you by the figurative balls.

What Mabo said to me was that he "deserved" to have my corps

Nope, I deserve to be ranked higher than you since I've worked harder at my ceo for 3 months (that's soon to change though). I Didn't say I deserved your corps for that sole reason though, and if you'll read this entire thread you'll see how foolish it is for you to pretend that was my only motivation.

I fully intend to remain active and I will remember who preyed on me during these past few weeks.

Good luck with that.

Mousepants

Monday, October 13, 2003 - 05:49 pm Click here to edit this post
Just more of the usual self justification. Bravo!

Illusion

Monday, October 13, 2003 - 07:02 pm Click here to edit this post
He deserves to have the top ten spots in every world considering how much time he puts into it...

Mousepants

Tuesday, October 14, 2003 - 08:04 pm Click here to edit this post
Maybe MaBo and his allies think they will get me to quit by bidding on twelve or fifteen of my corps every bidding cycle. They are wrong. I've already won as CEO, so i have plenty of credits to use and there is nothing they can do that can drive me out of the game. All they have proved so far despite MaBos numerous justifications and rationalizations is that they play a meanspirited way but its a game so thats allowed.

Missouri

Tuesday, October 14, 2003 - 09:53 pm Click here to edit this post
LOL .. dang 15 corps every bidding cycle would tend to get me up in arms too.

That's a little harder to deal with than someone destroying a corp but here is a strategy I'd employ at least until I could figure out something else.

Dump cash into each corp you want to keep and are bidding on towards the end of the bidding cycle. If you dumped enough in late enough (not too late you want at least one update before the end of the bid) the bids will end undecided.

I should note that if you are supplying contracts when the bids start set your corp reserve to zero, you don't have to cancel the contract you just won't be able to keep it. If the MV of the corp drops dramatically because you are still holding a reserve dumping in cash probably won't work.

At least you've tied up thier ability to bid on something they can get for 4 game months. Not much but the best I can think of for right now.

Good reason to have public corps they are next to impossible to grab by bidding on them even if they win the bid they must acquire the shares for a controlling interest.

It's possible to do .. just extremely hard. If the corp is public you want to do the opposite, you want to make the share value DROP below the point they win the bid at. Just up the reserve to 10 years worth at the start of the bidding cycle.

If you control 51% of the shares either with your enterprise/country or investment funds combined with auto buying selling unchecked then they can't force the share sale.

Most times a public corp fluxuates high or low enough anyway that you need not worry with doing anything.

Grey

Wednesday, October 15, 2003 - 08:22 am Click here to edit this post
Hehehe...looks like someone just registered 3 more ceo accounts.

Simcountry Introduction