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  1. A disconnect should be a loss in my opinion - there would be the occasional misfire of justice but it would be better than the current situation. I've had the majority of my wins disconnected now and it sucks. I'm not overly hurt about losing a few internet points personally, but this has happened so much I don't feel that my score represents my ability and I've had people accuse me of tanking my points to look newer than I am
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  2. Borg- was random. I may have been also, but at the time I was playing Iberians to dissuade my opponent from cavalry rushing. (moderately successful).
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  3. Here are the replays of the first 5 matches: - Mainland: Feldfeld won - African Plains: borg- won - Lake: Feldfeld won - Rivers: borg- won - Oasis: Feldfeld won Feldfeld vs borg-.zip
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  4. Im not sure what you want to check but FYI, this list is not 100% align with what implemented currently. Please look at this: (ignore Persian part , consider Latin test result ) I
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  5. Hello @Jofursloft This list you need? https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/Audio_Voice_List
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  6. 2 minutes is a reasonable grace period to give honest disconnecters a chance. Disconnecting in the first minute or so shouldn't result in a loss either as that's can't be a rage quit. Yes definitely, for now I'll just have to content myself with cleaning up the mean streets of 1100-1200 ;D
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  7. In league of legends if you lose connection you get 5min waiting penalty. If it happens more you get up to even 1h waiting penalty before you can start a game.
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  8. Probably like mercenaries in general (then Hellenistic like). The standardization of auxiliaries units started mostly with Augustus (Octavius) but its premises where already in place during the Social troubles period (Gracchi, Jugurthine, Sulla, Triumvirates, Civil wars). For example there is many examples of Gallic auxiliaries since the first conquest of Gaul (Narbonnensis) but they keep mostly their native weapons, they only incorporate some pieces of roman equipment. It is only under Augustus that they started to use almost exclusively roman equipment, probably a reform established between
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  9. version 0.2.6 Added: Link opener for the lobby (only) How does it work? /linklist: shows the links that did detect in lobby messages, will show a list with a number (index) for each link /link index: will open the link with the index specified, if no index is set will open link index = 0 (the more recent if no links then gives error message) ** Each time it detects a new link it will add it to the list. The link list will be chronologically sorted from newest (index 0) to oldest.
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  10. If people are interested in the subject, here a few helpful documents: Jonathan R. W. Prag: Troops and commanders: auxilia externa under the Roman Republic https://www.unipa.it/dipartimenti/cultureesocieta/riviste/hormos/.content/documenti_Hormos_2/J.PragTroops_and_commandersHormos2_2010_101-113.pdf Joëlle Napoli: Rome et le recrutement de mercenaires https://journals.openedition.org/rha/pdf/7055 La République romaine et le mercenariat au temps des Guerres Puniques https://journals.openedition.org/mcv/pdf/3892 Jonathan James McLaughlin: The Transformation of
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  11. Mmh for translation you'll have to pull them drop transifex. There should be a script somezhere that does that.
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  12. Keep an eye on this guy, he is growing into a very good Youtube creator very quickly. Seems like a cool guy, very chill. Careful of your audio volume listing to the earlier videos, some microphone issues, but the newer videos are fine.
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  13. Youtube Gaming has been updated. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiMonY1tdUn_fDPIRY6hOdg "0 A.D. Auto-generated by YouTube 0 A.D. is a free and open-source, real-time strategy game under development by Wildfire Games. It is a historical war and economy game focusing on the years between 500 B.C. and 1 B.C. for the first part, and a planned second part for the years A.D. 1 to A.D. 500. The game is cross-platform, playable on Windows, OS X, Linux, and OpenBSD. It aims to be entirely free and open-source, using the GPLv2+ license for the game engine and CC BY-SA for the
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  14. The Republican Romans here are during the 2nd Punic War, so if you can find references for allied or mercenary units the Romans used in this time period and we can see what we can do.
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