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HotW Graveyard

Postby Rsharpe » 02 Jan 2014, 02:55

I decided to open a thread to all the Hotw players/characters/countries/player-country pairs that have left us, along with other memorable moments.
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby Subotai45 » 02 Jan 2014, 02:57

ViscountSlim. He was the one who convinced me to form the SRLA. ;)
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby FortressDoor » 02 Jan 2014, 02:58

Rsharpe wrote:I decided to open a thread to all the Hotw players/characters/countries/player-country pairs that have left us, along with other memorable moments.


I really miss Letram as Ottomans. That was great.
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby Rsharpe » 02 Jan 2014, 03:01

My list of past players (Dis)honourable mentions:

Viscount Slim. 'nuff said you socialist bugger.
kingpie3 (dis) how many countries has he NMR's out of
BSS (dis) same as above.
Pez - not quite gone yet, but HOTW has gotten so much less....
Macaduz????? - The Original Russia (I think) Don't know how to spell the name.
Letram - Were have you gone, dear friend.
Nunzio was always fun to play with.

As for Country/Player pairs: I member way back when Sub was just a young, innocent, kind Argentinian boy, who I helped turn into a south american industrial powerhouse and raving megalomaniac madman. (I probably shouldn't take too much credit, but I sort of live vicariously through Subs when I'm bored in HotW)
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby FortressDoor » 02 Jan 2014, 03:03

Rsharpe wrote:My list of past players (Dis)honourable mentions:

Viscount Slim. 'nuff said you socialist bugger.
kingpie3 (dis) how many countries has he NMR's out of
BSS (dis) same as above.
Pez - not quite gone yet, but HOTW has gotten so much less....
Macaduz????? - The Original Russia (I think) Don't know how to spell the name.
Letram - Were have you gone, dear friend.
Nunzio was always fun to play with.

As for Country/Player pairs: I member way back when Sub was just a young, innocent, kind Argentinian boy, who I helped turn into a south american industrial powerhouse and raving megalomaniac madman. (I probably shouldn't take too much credit, but I sort of live vicariously through Subs when I'm bored in HotW)


I agree with the above said (though I do say I was better than Madcuzbad)
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby Rsharpe » 02 Jan 2014, 03:04

yes, you where
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby Subotai45 » 02 Jan 2014, 03:06

Rsharpe wrote:As for Country/Player pairs: I member way back when Sub was just a young, innocent, kind Argentinian boy, who I helped turn into a south american industrial powerhouse and raving megalomaniac madman. (I probably shouldn't take too much credit, but I sort of live vicariously through Subs when I'm bored in HotW)


So you pretend to be an English leader, and when he gets bored, he lives through the random Argentine guy across the world? ;)

Yeah, you gave me the money to make a strong country, and Slim gave me ideas of what to use that country for. Rsharpe was one of the main keys in the SRLA's founding.
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby FortressDoor » 02 Jan 2014, 03:06

Anybody else also kind of miss seeing Alex as Germany? It just felt perfect having war-mongering Alex be Germany.

Shout-out to Maggs as well.
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby Subotai45 » 02 Jan 2014, 03:11

Now he's Brazil. We've fought, ahh, I think 5 or 6 wars so far, against 9 different countries.
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Re: HotW Graveyard

Postby FortressDoor » 02 Jan 2014, 03:14

Subotai45 wrote:Now he's Brazil. We've fought, ahh, I think 5 or 6 wars so far, against 9 different countries.


Its not the same with Alex not having a more clear role in it, since you are largely the one who does the public stuff
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