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#117 - anon (06/16/2013) [-]
"probably had to have a certain degree of wealth or property"
it sounds like youre assuming this, saying that kinda kills the whole idea of democracy.
you shouldnt state something like that unless you know it to be true. thats how rumors get started
#120 - oxan (06/16/2013) [-]
'Only adult male Athenian citizens who had completed their military training as ephebes had the right to vote in Athens.'
The comment about wealth or property was an assumption. I'm not sure if it was the case in Athens and Ancient greece, but it was the case in other early democracies.
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|#92 - I don't care what you think of the lore. I care about what the…||06/15/2013 on Dragons||0|
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|#70 - Explain to me how the Lore is bad. The writing … [+] (2 new replies)||06/14/2013 on Dragons||0|
#76 - huffe (06/14/2013) [-]
when i think of the lore, i think of the main storyline of the game. the stuff that goes down in tamriel history. not some arbitrary shit like the mage guild or dark brotherhood quest lines.
the story is you get out of prison, go find the emperors bastard, go into various vagina portals to save insignificant people, whom the world is better off without, since they were stupid enough to go through the portal in the first place, and you don't even get to fight the main antagonist of the game. you just go inside a room and wait for deus ex machina to come save everyones ass.
i never even bothered playing all of it, because the game is just so broken. you can only level up in a very specific way, or else bandits on the road will end up making soup out of your asshole if you dare to approach them.
the voice acting was terrible (with the exception of the emperor) everyone sounds so smug and stuck up it just makes you want to strangle them with their pets intestines
#92 - sorrowofdaedalus (06/15/2013) [-]
I don't care what you think of the lore. I care about what the lore is.
If you heard the word "water" and to you it meant "searing hot tar" I wouldn't then change the properties of chemistry or the word for water to suit you.
You can make an angst-ridden version of any storyline ever. It doesn't make it bad, it just makes you sour.
Also, you're still arguing game mechanics and properties. That has nothing to do with the Lore.