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Angelica dominica wrote:Geopolitics seems usually weird here. To many nations just have unlimited economies and power through technology so their is never any justification to expand the sphere besides the spread of ideology, which is rarely even embarked on or looked at. By doing nothing you can become a world superpower.

Well... it's sort of natural when you have 600 different nations occupying the same worlds in different spheres of canonicalization.
Wars are never really looked at, nor are protectorates and puppets, it's simply too complicated to do anything sphere-related... or go to war.

True Europa State wrote:Cetiri is invited too, if she wishes to come to the rave

She shall pass... she has work to do.

San Medici, Rho Ophiuchi, and Angelica dominica

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:

She shall pass... she has work to do.

Understandable

Angelica dominica

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:Well... it's sort of natural when you have 600 different nations occupying the same worlds in different spheres of canonicalization.
Wars are never really looked at, nor are protectorates and puppets, it's simply too complicated to do anything sphere-related... or go to war.

This seems to make the world slightly dull. If diplomacy is an entertainment countermeasure to war, then their need be useful reasons for diplomacy. And at that, this world at least (not including the rp map) seems to fall completely subpar. In the really war their are thousands of terrorist missions, geopolitical affairs, wars, occupations, diplomacy, and economic shifts slowly changing and adjusting the world. Here their is just internal, and the occasional rogue state.

Angelica dominica wrote:Geopolitics seems usually weird here. To many nations just have unlimited economies and power through technology so their is never any justification to expand the sphere besides the spread of ideology, which is rarely even embarked on or looked at. By doing nothing you can become a world superpower.

That's because NS doesn't really have a native "map" or resources or stuff like that. Each nation is effectively in its own self-contained universe against the NPC nations of issues, and those take it for granted your nation is just there, you don't ever advance or retreat you're just sitting there.

In RP, things are more straightforward, but it requires more effort to build. Nations can become superpowers, but it's done through roleplay. Some roleplays, like ours, assign concrete numbers to certain things as a reference, but your mileage may vary.

Rho Ophiuchi, Angelica dominica, and Proxima Centauri A Colony

Jar Wattinree wrote:That's because NS doesn't really have a native "map" or resources or stuff like that. Each nation is effectively in its own self-contained universe against the NPC nations of issues, and those take it for granted your nation is just there, you don't ever advance or retreat you're just sitting there.

In RP, things are more straightforward, but it requires more effort to build. Nations can become superpowers, but it's done through roleplay. Some roleplays, like ours, assign concrete numbers to certain things as a reference, but your mileage may vary.

Once you start putting numbers into things, it starts getting easier of keeping track of things

Jar Wattinree wrote:That's because NS doesn't really have a native "map" or resources or stuff like that. Each nation is effectively in its own self-contained universe against the NPC nations of issues, and those take it for granted your nation is just there, you don't ever advance or retreat you're just sitting there.

In RP, things are more straightforward, but it requires more effort to build. Nations can become superpowers, but it's done through roleplay. Some roleplays, like ours, assign concrete numbers to certain things as a reference, but your mileage may vary.

True Europa State wrote:Once you start putting numbers into things, it starts getting easier of keeping track of things

OOC: Hence Dyson swarm of McKendree cylinders.

Angelica dominica wrote:This seems to make the world slightly dull. If diplomacy is an entertainment countermeasure to war, then their need be useful reasons for diplomacy. And at that, this world at least (not including the rp map) seems to fall completely subpar. In the really war their are thousands of terrorist missions, geopolitical affairs, wars, occupations, diplomacy, and economic shifts slowly changing and adjusting the world. Here their is just internal, and the occasional rogue state.

Angelica dominica wrote:Geopolitics seems usually weird here. To many nations just have unlimited economies and power through technology so their is never any justification to expand the sphere besides the spread of ideology, which is rarely even embarked on or looked at. By doing nothing you can become a world superpower.

I like your funny words, mister intelligent man.

Those are some good points, though. But I kinda agree with what Jar said.

I didnít really have much to contribute to the conversation, I just wanted to make a joke. Sorry! Iím already using my remaining brain cells.

Angelica dominica and Proxima Centauri A Colony

I'm gonna go back to bed. I'm having energy problems again. Who'd've thought that being up at 5 AM up until 5 PM would make you exhausted... especially with a 30 minute walk added in.

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:I'm gonna go back to bed. I'm having energy problems again. Who'd've thought that being up at 5 AM up until 5 PM would make you exhausted... especially with a 30 minute walk added in.

Yep. It's 3 am rn.

Should I continue my CK3 Scandanavia game, my CK3 crusader game, or start a new game as the last Khazar ruler in 1066?

Wubdich wrote:Rookie. There's one issue that takes half your industry to the dumps.

Oh wow...

Wubdich wrote:Rookie. There's one issue that takes half your industry to the dumps.

Oh, that arms manufacturing one?

Angelica dominica wrote:This seems to make the world slightly dull. If diplomacy is an entertainment countermeasure to war, then their need be useful reasons for diplomacy. And at that, this world at least (not including the rp map) seems to fall completely subpar. In the really war their are thousands of terrorist missions, geopolitical affairs, wars, occupations, diplomacy, and economic shifts slowly changing and adjusting the world. Here their is just internal, and the occasional rogue state.

Woahhhhh *Mind go boom*

Wubdich wrote:Rookie. There's one issue that takes half your industry to the dumps.

Amateur. You know of the issue that massacres literally everything related to government, including military.

Rho Ophiuchi wrote:OOC: Hence Dyson swarm of McKendree cylinders.

Thatís one way of putting it. The problem of resources can be solved by an efficient, arcane technology that starlifts the local star.

Post by LegitnessPartyCentral suppressed by Jar Wattinree.

Penguinya wrote:nation=the_municipalities_of_antarctica/detail=trend/censusid=70?add_nation2=0&add_region2=0&entity_name=Penguinya
:(

Rho Ophiuchi wrote:OOC: This should make you feel better: nation=penguinya/detail=trend/censusid=59?add_nation2=0&add_region2=0&entity_name=The+Municipalities+of+Antarctica
And this will make you feel worse: nation=the_municipalities_of_antarctica/detail=trend/nations=penguinya/censusid=70?add_nation2=0&add_region2=0&entity_name=Rho%20Ophiuchi

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:I'm gonna go back to bed. I'm having energy problems again. Who'd've thought that being up at 5 AM up until 5 PM would make you exhausted... especially with a 30 minute walk added in.

True Europa State wrote:Yep. It's 3 am rn.

The Fallen Clans wrote:Should I continue my CK3 Scandanavia game, my CK3 crusader game, or start a new game as the last Khazar ruler in 1066?

Pthadmoia wrote:Oh wow...

Embauba wrote:Oh, that arms manufacturing one?

Pthadmoia wrote:Woahhhhh *Mind go boom*

Kathol Rift wrote:Amateur. You know of the issue that massacres literally everything related to government, including military.

Jar Wattinree wrote:Thatís one way of putting it. The problem of resources can be solved by an efficient, arcane technology that starlifts the local star.

seems interesting
WASUP GAMERZZ!

LegitnessPartyCentral wrote:seems interesting
WASUP GAMERZZ!

I don't think that was necessary

The galactic hivemind

Begins building antennas and experimenting with exerting presence through artificially produced electromagnetic pulses

Post by Havayska sich suppressed by a moderator.

Post by LegitnessPartyCentral suppressed by Jar Wattinree.

Havayska sich wrote:Hello everyone, what should I call my space nation

I SAID A BOOM BOOM BOOM WAZZUP

Havayska sich wrote:Hello everyone, what should I call my space nation

If you wanted your settlement to be in Mars, it should be called Aresk'a Sich. Ares is what we Goths call the planet Mars.

Embauba wrote:Oh, that arms manufacturing one?

That's another one.

Kathol Rift wrote:Amateur. You know of the issue that massacres literally everything related to government, including military.

That's the one I meant.

LegitnessPartyCentral wrote:I SAID A BOOM BOOM BOOM WAZZUP

You may tone it down.

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