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  • bipolarbear
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    Nabataea is YOUR province, not independent. You are Persia, and all those provinces to the west belong to your empire. The thing is, they all have sworn loyality to the Persian emperor in exchange for protection against outside attacks. So in case any of these provinces is threatened by an external enemy, you HAVE to defend it, or they will look for another protector...
    I thought my country was high in dissent. I'm simply trying to solidify my empire.

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  • Micha
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    Please continue this game HERE!

    I will copy-paste your orders there, so you donīt have to start all over again (in case you donīt want to, that is).

    Have fun!!!

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  • Micha
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    Ok, I have completely reworked the map. Now it features all bigger cities, provinces and the like.

    See it here: Reworked Map (356kB)

    Update started, but may take a while...

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  • Nubclear
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    Numbers

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  • Micha
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    Persian Province of Nabataea to Persian Emperor
    Thank you, great Emperor. As Satrap of Nabataea I renew my oath of loyality. Shal the Egyptians bath in their own blood!

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    bipolar:
    Nabataea is YOUR province, not independent. You are Persia, and all those provinces to the west belong to your empire. The thing is, they all have sworn loyality to the Persian emperor in exchange for protection against outside attacks. So in case any of these provinces is threatened by an external enemy, you HAVE to defend it, or they will look for another protector...

    An update will be done later on today... I need to know whether to include army numbers and basic economy or not! Please state YES or NO to the changes!

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  • bipolarbear
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    Macedon to Persia :

    Call off your dogs in Lydia.
    For what reason?
    You tell us to without even a threat, or a corny excuse? To hell with you, until you give us a good enough reason.

    Persia to Nabataea
    Persian Province of Nabataea to Persian Emperor
    We heard of a huge egyptian army approaching our lands, and we arenīt able to face this thread alone. We are a province of your empire, and we are loyal to our masters, but we wonīt fight an enemy that is seven times stronger than us.
    If you donīt send troops, we donīt stand a chance against the egytians. In that case, we will have to switch sides and become an Egyptian province.
    The payment you desire is out of question. As a province, we already pay tributes to your majesty. We simply canīt afford to spend even more...
    Fine, but you must swear your allegiance to the Persian Empire regardless of wether or not we win or lose.
    Our troops that were being sent on Egypt are being diverted to defend your province.

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  • Nubclear
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    Peopleschen L'Respulika de Athenikia

    Knowledgius Aboveius Allius

    The Peopleschen L'Respulika de Athenikia would like to announce its neutrility in petty Earth politics.
    However we understand it is hard for you inferiors to control your lower brain functions, and thus we are going to assign an area where you may all fight. The winner of these battles may defend Athenikia

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  • foolish_icarus
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    btw I updated the 320 BC stats

    Implement trade arrangements (secretly) as agreed with Carthage.

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  • Micha
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    Carthage to Macedonia (SECRET)
    Your offer sounds interesting. Really interesting. But you know this MUST be kept secret! Should the Persians discover the smuggle, we will deny any knowledge of it.
    On this term, we have a deal. May your cities prosper in peace.

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  • foolish_icarus
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    Macedon to Persia :

    Call off your dogs in Lydia.


    to Lydia :

    We'll see what we can do.


    to far off Carthage (A SECRET envoy) :

    Greetings, O dwellors of the far side of the world. An opportunity exists for both of us. You have access to Persian ports and markets, and other kingdoms would pay dearly for access to the commodities they offer. You could smuggle goods out to our ships, which, being based more closely to the destinations (and on more friendly terms with the region) could more cheaply transport them to the buyers. Likewise we could act as a transferer of Egyptian goods to you and you could sell them to your end of the Mediterranean, so long as your navy turned a blind eye. In Each case we would both make a tidy profit.

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  • Micha
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    Persian Province of Nabataea to Persian Emperor
    We heard of a huge egyptian army approaching our lands, and we arenīt able to face this thread alone. We are a province of your empire, and we are loyal to our masters, but we wonīt fight an enemy that is seven times stronger than us.
    If you donīt send troops, we donīt stand a chance against the egytians. In that case, we will have to switch sides and become an Egyptian province.
    The payment you desire is out of question. As a province, we already pay tributes to your majesty. We simply canīt afford to spend even more...

    News
    In Asia Minor (Turkey), the province of Lycia reports several pro-Persian revolts against the Lydian intruders. On the West coast, the province of Ionia has joined the Lydian kingdom and killed all Persian officials. In Phrygia, the local Persian Satrap has managed to suppress the pro-Lydian movement, but he asks for a Persian army to support him.

    Lydia to Macedonia
    We are already fighting the Persians! We need help, for they are strengthening their fortifications in Phrygia and will soon strike against us!
    As for the trade: We have lost our supply of Eastern luxury goods and spices due to the war against Persia. Weīd appreciate if you could provide us substitudes to that; Any other trade is already at its optimum. Also we need every ship for the war, so expanding our trade would require reallocating war materials to civil purposes, which is out of question right now...

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  • bipolarbear
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    Persia t oEgypt
    You have shown yourself to be agaisnty peace, adn thereby anti communist. Die scum!!!!!!!
    Persia to Carthage
    sure thing buddy
    Persia to Satrap
    Yes, but only in exchange for money, providing we are successful

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  • Micha
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    NPC Diplomacy

    Egypt to Persian Empire
    Your power is on the decline, and soon your rule will have come to an end. We do not wish to ally with barbarians, and that is what you are!
    We will fight you wherever we meet, until either one of us is annihilated! And according to our seers, it will be your little kingdom that will sink into the dusts of time!

    News (not an update yet!)
    Pharao Echnaton IV. has managed to rally a rather big army around him. He openly states his intention to march deep into Persian territory, and the locals seem to support him in that.
    The small kingdom of Cyrenaica seems to have allied with him.
    The Satrap of Nabataea asks his Persian king for help, as he will be the first target of the Egyptian army.

    Carthage to Persia
    Seems as if you were in troubles? Well, we havenīt forgot your bloody war against Phonicia, our motherland, but we also see the advantages of allying with you in these times. While marching against Persia the kingdoms of Cyrenaica and Egypt are left defenceless, which raises a unique opportunity to strike.
    We demand yearly shipments of Indian and Mesopotamian luxury goods in exchange for a military alliance against Egypt and Cyrenaica.

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  • bipolarbear
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    Persia to Macedon
    We will do all that is in out power to prevent such a travesty

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  • foolish_icarus
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    Macedon to Persia :

    well...so long as we don't have any redos of "Darius' Big Adventure" or "Big Adventure II: Xerxes Strikes Back"

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