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Burzum

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  1. This is my official status playing 0 AD. As I have indeed being very busy, I did manage to play the new alpha. Whilst it has not yet dawned on me, the minor differences, I have not as yet payed careful and full attention on such differences.... My full observastion is centered arround other things currently and as such, any statement on my side regarding anything of a critical nature probably would not be so accurate. When I devote a little time, sometime, I shall have a closer inspection Ave
  2. The things I design are Roman baths and other other villa type structures. These are not really things to include in the game, but yes, a mans craftmenship is Romes beauty. If I design @#$%, that would mean Rome is @#$% so I do my really best in all things I portray as Roman and that's how it ahould be. With graphics, with building with code, it's all about the time and dedication spent and effort that makes a beautiful Rome...
  3. I have have some designs I have made similar to Hadrians wall, Roman architecture. I don't know if that would be of any use. Various others etc. I'm affraid I am too busy to contribute i'm afraid I really am.
  4. Status update. I still have not played the latest alpha due to hard drive failures and a @#$% load of work. So my critical yet highly credible judgment remains on hold until furhter notice I am afraid...
  5. This is a bit like my other thread "Civ Talk" but only difference is here we discuss Rome. No reason, it's only as I happen to be the creator of that thread I was more Roman than Rome, and so the inner Roman inside of me spouted out like a gigantic beanstalk and dominated everything.... Like a Roman legion!!! Yeah baby... But also, the Roman inside me has made this so we can have a sensible and civilized discussion. Now I further would like to add a little summery for that last thread. As you know it was locked because it halted in my defense of Rome. I was the lone soldier... I defended Rome from all the members attacking her like the barbarous Goths and Vandals did. I warded off the predators from talking down on Rome, the sanctuary of peace and vibrant energy of progression. But ultimately that's what it's all about. Specially in life. We fight for what we believe in. Whilst Amish and co might feel I was disrespectful to them in that thread, I have no personal issue with Amish etc. One should not relate a simple discussion and turn into a personal outbreak of hostility. We all have our set of opinions and our "heroes" if you will, and we all at least some of us are trapped in that whirlpool of enthusiasm for them. The primary cause for retaliation and conflict. When we engage in this thread, we need to be aware that whilst we fight for our civilizations whatever they may be, personal attacks insults and anything of that nature is not tolerated here. Keep that aside.
  6. That will make 0 A.D. a turn based strategy game than a full on RTS. That's a bit similar to Empire Earth. Your idea is TBS orientated and not keeping with this genre
  7. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Why you don't you just admit it? Just accept and say Rome was very influential and gave our world so much. Say it: Rome...... was?
  8. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    That was the original meaning of barbarian -.- But guess what? Barbarian means "uncivilized" By that analogy you just all admitted that you are barbarians yourselves! Don't you all feel so clever? Amish I have a question for you. Why are you lying to your soul? You seem to lack a point, because you so determined to put your point across and by now you don't have a point anyway. lol I think I rest my case as far as this is concerned. Yes I am a barbarian, in that I speak English, but what you fail to understand is how to be civilized and work on a foundation layed by a civilization.
  9. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    I know some words here and there. But I admit I speak a barbaric language yes if that's what you aiming at
  10. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Fact of the matter is that Amish is speaking so highly of the church and is sticking up for the streakers that populated the rest of Europe and invaded Rome. He himself denies his own heritage and our species glory by side stepping this and thereby telling me that I have no substance to my claims. Amish my substance is Rome. But you have a bland comprehension of Rome and therefor you crave substance you can't have. Lost in denial...tutut.......
  11. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    I wasn't belittling you... Rome is located in the Andes, near India.
  12. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Typical barbaric tone. sigh....... And extremely hypocritical. You expect me to provide sources when you yourself haven't? lolz And dude. **BANGS MY HEAD AGAINST THE WALL** wtf is this........... Europe were the barbarians!!!!! Hello? Somehow, it's like... impossible for you to make sense? Holy @#$% dude.
  13. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Either your arrogance is completely clogging your ability to process the facts, what's actually going on here is, you all I shall mention 4 of you in this thread have a underline misogyny for Rome. Completely unpatriotic, and therefor intolerant of the glorious civilization that ever roamed the Earth in Ancient times and indeed AD. Just embrace Rome.... Feel the power. The POWER. Let it soar through your veins like and eagle of adrenalin. Feel the exuberant rush of pride. The power is and was Rome. Our symbol of might, rule and law. Fail to embrace Rome you fail to embrace your own species and therefor "Like a bee that rejects her hive has neither both a future or hope." Stop acting like rejects and accept and embrace the love and beauty of Rome....
  14. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Because males were her strength and soldiers. Yes from the middle ages, in the early periods, that was brought to Europe from the middle east. Is this a repeat from the above? You sticking up for Europe, without admitting that Europe were primitive compared to the world in that age. Sure there was a spike of industrial ingenuity, so you could credit Islam for their concept of universities? That's bit like your philosophy.... You like attacking that claim, lets see some sources that support yours Go on. It better be from "credible" sources and not some junk forged by misinformed individuals claiming to be professors. You need to seriously recap on the early days of when that faith was crafted. Learn who the orchastrators of faith were, Read about Constantine and their agenda. Criticize me all you want, what you fail to realize is, I know what happened
  15. Burzum

    Civ Talk

    Yes I know, that's what make Rome the glorious wonder of our species dude. You don't hear from mini planets that Ra our sun absorbed dust from it's predecessor do you? Jupitar can say to Mars, "Hey Mars, I am the second sun in the our solar system, I am the greatest. You don't hear mars saying "Oh yeah you only absorbed some left over dust and @#$% from Ra. That's the stupidity of your question there. Rome took what it did and used it and made it better. And effectively! People think yeah well ah, pyramids and Taj mahal are wonders...... ROME as a civilization is a wonder in itself.... Rome the epicenter of greatness, uplifting society to blossom amongst the stars. Rome... a star of brightness composed of man. Rome............. I get what you say, but ... That is completely a blatant attack on Roman Catholicism that statement, and from hearsay is the nature of most of that information and whilst some of is true delving into that would completely throwing this discussion off topic. We got to distinguish exactly what I meant by that state,ent. Refered to paragraph 4? of the 3rd thread. Interesting that you brought that one up because I feel by elaborating to such a statement will be contradicting my reply to the above quote. Be that as it may, I will say this... The holy mother church and Christendom, welcomed sciences that benefited the church and kept people believing in God without blasphemous sciences that showed man what a glorious big universe is out there etc, etc and thereby undermining man's believe in Christianity. This threshold over the curriculum the church had was to enforce what the church claimed to legit and abiding by the word of god rather than from other sources that drove man away (i.e. the scientific shepherd leading his sheep unto the furthest reaches of knowledge and wisdom, elevating him beyond the simplistic yet very basic dogma of that church has dumbed people down with) now this wasn't an attack on Christianty and if it was, than just take alook at what we learn today in Uni and schools? Never in your wildest imagination will this today be accepted then and you would of been burned at the stake. And Roman Catholicism is very much Roman, and most of the subjects involved in the creation of that faith were Roman. Alot of them were Byzantine. That is really not a misconception like everyone thinks it is.
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