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Offline ethercat

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What is this about?
« on: August 13, 2009, 22:44 »
War in LUE?

http://forums.joltonline.com/showthread.php?t=301931&page=2

I recognize that it's a 2003 archive of a gaming community, but is anyone familiar with this?

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I left LUE to join the region of Fire n Ice, a dominion of Alcatraz I believe it was. I joined Fire n Ice after I was invited by the delegate and his friend Shroom Eaters to become the regions Head General. This region also began to dwindle, but one day after a coup I became the new Delegate. Within two weeks I was able to bring the population from 13 nations to 51 before I was replaced by another delegate. During my reign in Fire n Ice, Xenu returned to LUE and self proclaimed himself "The Leader of LUE" I told Xenu that I would not recognize him as the leader of LUE, this angered him and he basically spammed Fire n Ice. When I lost my delegate status in Fire n Ice, I was discouraged and left the region.

A day later in late August 2003 I formed Kramerica.
The region was smalll. One day I got a message from someone in The Roman Empire about a guy named Ron Hubbard. I told him he is the same guy as Xenu, since they were always on at the same times and constantly helping each others plots. I fought to prove in a TRE Trial that Ron was the sameguy as Xenu. I still wonder if Ron is Xenu. Xenu somehow got this TRE guy to contact me, and from what I hear Xenu tried to play me like a pawn in this trial. This angered me, and since that day I have been working on his destruction.
On november 1, Kramerica (population 12) invaded LUE (33) because Xenu was there. A few days later LUE was taken back by the GLA.
After I lead a couple more close but unsuccessful attempts at taking LUE.
During this 1month time, Kramerica grew to 100 nations.

Anyone?
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2009, 23:07 »
LOL. No but, beware of the Shroom Eaters.
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2009, 00:22 »
LOL!  I alarmed my kitty laughing at your warning.  Maybe it's getting too late at night and I should be in bed asleep.   ;D
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2009, 02:39 »
I don't even know what LUE is...some in-game clique?...but I am guessing the poster is "outing" someone's sock puppet? IOW, "Hubbard" is actually the same person as "Xenu" in the game?

That whole OUR GAME IS SRS BZNZ post made me feel old.
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2009, 12:02 »
That sounds like some MMO game...
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2009, 13:19 »
What's an MMO game?

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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2009, 01:04 »
MMO= Massive Multi-user Online

An MMORPG is an MMO Role-playing Game (World of Warcraft, Ultima, and Doom all probably qualify; I don't play any because I refuse to pay subscription fees).
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Offline SirBedevere

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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #7 on: August 16, 2009, 13:54 »
Not Doom.  Its not an RPG (Role Playing Game). 
FWIW - Doom is an FPS (First Person Shooter)
In RPG's, you go around building experience points, strength, and skill so you can take on the bigger, badder, baddies.  You have to wander around a lot and gather points slowly.  In FPS's, you're given a gun, and a lot of baddies to shoot at.  No points, just kill to the end of the level.  FPS's later evolved into multi-player Death Matches, where its everyone for themselves.  You can link up over the internet with a group, so I guess FPS's now qualify as a Multi-player Online game, but the processing necessary (and also the nature of the game) probably has not qualified FPS's to the  Massive category.
Probably more info than you care to know...   8)

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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2009, 20:34 »
No, that makes sense, really. I knew Doom was a FPS, but could have sworn people were playing it online in teams (many of my co-students are Game Dev majors, and they often use the computer labs to play games or get people to test their modifications and level designs and so on).
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Re: What is this about?
« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2009, 12:35 »
Well, I left out a detail.  FPS's have evolved into team play as well - capture the flag, protect the bases, etc.  Doom specifically didn't in its retail form, but the code has been released publicly, so the Game Developer Majors could easily have ported it to multi-player, multi-team, and even conceivable Massive Multi-team.