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#265 - >Be me, 19 year old Libertarian American. >Give no *…  [+] (2 replies) 04/02/2014 on American stereotypes are... -3
#289 - implication (04/03/2014) [-]
epic meme arrow story
le upvote to you sir!
*tips fedora*
#271 - spidahridah (04/02/2014) [-]
>Green text story on FunnyJunk that isn't even a proper green text story.

Also, are you sure you're 19? You sound like me as a 13 year old.
#93 - Its not a bug by any stretch. Its part of his programming as a…  [+] (1 reply) 03/10/2014 on Civ V 0
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#105 - nighkey (03/10/2014) [-]
They input '0' trying to make him peaceful. Since this value was not recognized, as 1 was the lowest accepted value, it maxed it. Now you have a blood thirsty throne of skulls.
#90 - Yeah, that happens a lot. I prioritize killing him, …  [+] (9 replies) 03/10/2014 on Civ V 0
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#94 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
I have an offline only version so I only play with AI and it seems like they always rage about me going to war at all so I'm always too wooried about going to war.
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#106 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Vanilla, G&K or BNW?
In Vanilla, the AI follows a dull Declaration of Friendship and Denouciation circlejerk routine, and they more often than not backstab you, no matter what your history consists of.
In G&K, the AI is smarter and more balanced, no more mass friendship/denounciation, tho I don't remember much about long-term relationships..
As for BNW, the AI is even softer since BNW focuses on economical aspects of the game, and the industrial age ideologies.
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#107 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
Well I have all three downloaded so I guess BNW. They mostly rage in form of not trading with me and calling me names like it's high school...
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#108 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, well, yes, they tend to do that if you
A) Are a warmonger
B) Compete for the favor of city states
C) Do things they do not like in the world congress (vote against their proposals, propose something that is not in their interest)

Then there's smaller things like coveting lands/wonders you own/built, and when you "expand too agressively". The agressive expansion thing is BS, the more cities you have, the more unhappiness and maintenance, so it's actually quite admirable if you get this status, because you either did intelligent planning, or had the good fortune of lots of luxury resources.
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#110 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
The thing is I only conquered one freaking bitch ass Nebuchadnezzar. He had previously declared war on me then I repelled the shit out of his bitch troops by researching swordsmen at the last second. (I was playing Polynesia so I needed harbors) then he denounced me and I declared war on him and Babylon fell like a Rastafarian's dream. It just didn't seem like it should have been warmongering.
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#111 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Warmongering penalties apply whenever you capture a city via military, regardless of who started it. Low peantly which is overlooked by most (if not, all) nations if the country attacking you itself is a warmonger.
HUGE penalty for anihilating a civ, or capturing a city-state.
Also, liberation bonus for liberating a city captured by another civ, which erases previous warmonger penalties....
...
... oooor you could negotiate via peace treaty to get one of his better cities. No pop penalty, no need for courthouse, no warmonger penalty.
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#112 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
Can you go more into the city liberation part? I a lot of times want to do that to regain a city state ally.
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#114 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Let's say that you are in a game with Montezuma and Hiawatha as your neighbours. Montezuma, being the dick he is, attack and conquers some of Hiawatha's cities. You go to war with Montezuma, and capture some of the cities he captured. When you do this, you have the option of "Liberate city", next to "Annex", "Puppet" and "Raze". Liberating a city will give it back to the original owner, in this case, Hiwatha, give a lot of reputation with the owner, and erase previous warmonger penalties (liberation bonuses I have found to always be extreme, never minor).
Or, even better, if you find the capital of an extinct civilzation (or any other cities, tho I always gone for the capital, so can't say for sure if it works on any cities), you can liberate it, and bring a defeated civilization back into game! This grants THEIR VOTE FOR DIPLOMATIC VICTORY!
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#95 - moooossseeee (03/10/2014) [-]
i typically only play offline, online games take ridiculous amounts of time.

but yeah thats generally how it goes. Attack one city and you're a warmongering asshat, but if they all gang up on you, its perfectly okay.
#77 - "Hi, my name is Mahatma Ghandi and I am one of the most p…  [+] (14 replies) 03/10/2014 on Civ V +20
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#91 - MRfunnyFACE (03/10/2014) [-]
greatest bug of all time lmao
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#93 - moooossseeee (03/10/2014) [-]
Its not a bug by any stretch. Its part of his programming as a leader. I'd say the guy who wrote his stats (look it up on the Civ wiki) meant to hit 1 or 2 for agressiveness but hit 8 or 9 instead and just said "fuck it, this will seriously screw people over."
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#105 - nighkey (03/10/2014) [-]
They input '0' trying to make him peaceful. Since this value was not recognized, as 1 was the lowest accepted value, it maxed it. Now you have a blood thirsty throne of skulls.
User avatar
#88 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
India was the first civ I played as in civ 5.

And the first that I was betrayed by and leveled to the ground.
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#90 - moooossseeee (03/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, that happens a lot.

I prioritize killing him, Rome, The Mongols, Attila, and England asap in any game in which they are present.
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#94 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
I have an offline only version so I only play with AI and it seems like they always rage about me going to war at all so I'm always too wooried about going to war.
User avatar
#106 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Vanilla, G&K or BNW?
In Vanilla, the AI follows a dull Declaration of Friendship and Denouciation circlejerk routine, and they more often than not backstab you, no matter what your history consists of.
In G&K, the AI is smarter and more balanced, no more mass friendship/denounciation, tho I don't remember much about long-term relationships..
As for BNW, the AI is even softer since BNW focuses on economical aspects of the game, and the industrial age ideologies.
User avatar
#107 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
Well I have all three downloaded so I guess BNW. They mostly rage in form of not trading with me and calling me names like it's high school...
User avatar
#108 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Ahh, well, yes, they tend to do that if you
A) Are a warmonger
B) Compete for the favor of city states
C) Do things they do not like in the world congress (vote against their proposals, propose something that is not in their interest)

Then there's smaller things like coveting lands/wonders you own/built, and when you "expand too agressively". The agressive expansion thing is BS, the more cities you have, the more unhappiness and maintenance, so it's actually quite admirable if you get this status, because you either did intelligent planning, or had the good fortune of lots of luxury resources.
User avatar
#110 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
The thing is I only conquered one freaking bitch ass Nebuchadnezzar. He had previously declared war on me then I repelled the shit out of his bitch troops by researching swordsmen at the last second. (I was playing Polynesia so I needed harbors) then he denounced me and I declared war on him and Babylon fell like a Rastafarian's dream. It just didn't seem like it should have been warmongering.
User avatar
#111 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Warmongering penalties apply whenever you capture a city via military, regardless of who started it. Low peantly which is overlooked by most (if not, all) nations if the country attacking you itself is a warmonger.
HUGE penalty for anihilating a civ, or capturing a city-state.
Also, liberation bonus for liberating a city captured by another civ, which erases previous warmonger penalties....
...
... oooor you could negotiate via peace treaty to get one of his better cities. No pop penalty, no need for courthouse, no warmonger penalty.
User avatar
#112 - captainrattrap (03/10/2014) [-]
Can you go more into the city liberation part? I a lot of times want to do that to regain a city state ally.
User avatar
#114 - DeathOne (03/10/2014) [-]
Let's say that you are in a game with Montezuma and Hiawatha as your neighbours. Montezuma, being the dick he is, attack and conquers some of Hiawatha's cities. You go to war with Montezuma, and capture some of the cities he captured. When you do this, you have the option of "Liberate city", next to "Annex", "Puppet" and "Raze". Liberating a city will give it back to the original owner, in this case, Hiwatha, give a lot of reputation with the owner, and erase previous warmonger penalties (liberation bonuses I have found to always be extreme, never minor).
Or, even better, if you find the capital of an extinct civilzation (or any other cities, tho I always gone for the capital, so can't say for sure if it works on any cities), you can liberate it, and bring a defeated civilization back into game! This grants THEIR VOTE FOR DIPLOMATIC VICTORY!
User avatar
#95 - moooossseeee (03/10/2014) [-]
i typically only play offline, online games take ridiculous amounts of time.

but yeah thats generally how it goes. Attack one city and you're a warmongering asshat, but if they all gang up on you, its perfectly okay.