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Re:Venice      13.02.2011 09:43:13 --- 5 Years, 10 Months ago  
lolwut? haahhah
 
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Re:Venice      13.02.2011 09:59:46 --- 5 Years, 10 Months ago  
The onliest chance to establish Venice is in my eyes to move the italian castle to Ravenna 100, another castle will not be moved because they will have no way to establish.

Since I only read the first ten posts here I have to ask myself where the balcans are overcrowded? Only the hungarian and bulgarian castle are divided by 1 shire, all other castle do have a bigger distance^^


 
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Re:Venice      13.02.2011 14:22:11 --- 5 Years, 10 Months ago  
1 - the map has mostly shires of the same geographic size, therefore highly populated regions like northern Italy can't be accurately modeled unless the map is changed, which won't happen

2 - can I ask that players refrain from suggestions that other players' nations be replaced, as this is quite rude. A nation won't be replaced unless it is either empty or the players in it agree to migrate en masse (as with Swabia).


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Re:Venice      13.02.2011 15:11:32 --- 5 Years, 10 Months ago  
finally smart guy
 
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Re:Venice      13.02.2011 15:21:33 --- 5 Years, 10 Months ago  
well, venice was indeed great country, but croatia was venice biggest enemy, and yet, venice was consisted only from one bigger city which was venice, rest of their lands were small and unimportant...
 
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Re:Venice      16.02.2011 17:58:27 --- 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I have report this to my king Rhodry...indeed Venice was important in medieval time but also milan was. we will decide about it (consider that we are italian so we know quite out history)


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Re:Venice      16.02.2011 22:00:11 --- 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
And Genoa, Florence, Siena and perhaps even Pisa, Bologna etc


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Re:Venice      16.02.2011 22:25:19 --- 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
Borna, what are you on? Croatia didnt exist after 1167 A.D. How can they be Venice's biggest enemy haha...
 
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Re:Venice      16.02.2011 22:37:28 --- 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
lazar who teached you history ???
venice existed before and im not wrong now is 1031. year ingame and in that period croatia was venice's biggest enemy

its sad how small your knowledge about history is...
 
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Re:Venice      16.02.2011 22:44:31 --- 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
And Genoa, Florence, Siena and perhaps even Pisa, Bologna etc


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