History VideoGame / ERepublik

8th Oct '16 8:29:30 PM Mullon
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** Though one ''glorious'' (totally intentional) example can be found in the InsaneTrollLogic put forth by one of the Website/ImageBoard {{Troll}}s some time ago ([[http://www.erepublik.com/en/article/1054799/1/20 here]]). Delivered ''so'' deadpan.

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** Though one ''glorious'' (totally intentional) example can be found in the InsaneTrollLogic put forth by one of the Website/ImageBoard ImageBoard {{Troll}}s some time ago ([[http://www.erepublik.com/en/article/1054799/1/20 here]]). Delivered ''so'' deadpan.
8th Oct '16 5:33:34 PM Mullon
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** Though one ''glorious'' (totally intentional) example can be found in the InsaneTrollLogic put forth by one of the ImageBoard {{Troll}}s some time ago ([[http://www.erepublik.com/en/article/1054799/1/20 here]]). Delivered ''so'' deadpan.

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** Though one ''glorious'' (totally intentional) example can be found in the InsaneTrollLogic put forth by one of the ImageBoard Website/ImageBoard {{Troll}}s some time ago ([[http://www.erepublik.com/en/article/1054799/1/20 here]]). Delivered ''so'' deadpan.



* ImageBoards: There have been countless raids from the Goons, /v/ and /b/tards. Some even stuck around once the raid momentum died away. One became the most MadeOfWin president the eUS has ever seen.

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* ImageBoards: Website/ImageBoards: There have been countless raids from the Goons, /v/ and /b/tards. Some even stuck around once the raid momentum died away. One became the most MadeOfWin president the eUS has ever seen.
3rd Oct '16 12:24:17 AM Morgenthaler
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[[http://www.erepublik.com/en eRepublik]] bills itself as the "first massive online social strategy game" and what it is is best thought of as the result of a drunken night between {{Facebook}}, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', ''{{Risk}}'', and a college economics class. Players are citizens of a country, where they can vote in elections, work at companies, buy products, starve if they don't eat food, write newspaper articles, move to other countries (but not vote unless they gain citizenship), and fight in battles.

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[[http://www.erepublik.com/en eRepublik]] bills itself as the "first massive online social strategy game" and what it is is best thought of as the result of a drunken night between {{Facebook}}, Website/{{Facebook}}, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', ''{{Risk}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Risk}}'', and a college economics class. Players are citizens of a country, where they can vote in elections, work at companies, buy products, starve if they don't eat food, write newspaper articles, move to other countries (but not vote unless they gain citizenship), and fight in battles.
2nd Jul '14 8:52:50 PM BDF5000
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* BannedInChina: Access to the site for Iranians was cut off during the reformist protests of 2009 because of the election in the country. They have had continued server problems since then.



* FanNickname: During the American invasion of China and American liberation of China from Hungary, most Chinese regions got nicknames. Heilongjiang is usually referred to as HelloKitty.



* TheWikiRule: [[http://wiki.erepublik.com/ Located here]].
5th Apr '14 10:56:23 AM Aradials
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** This troper realized that he spends 90%+ of his time playing outside the actual game on the forums or IRC...
23rd Mar '14 5:54:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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* IHaveManyNames: Through the powers of {{Alt-itis}} one player went by: ThisGenMedia to start with, later returning as Franco, then Harrison Richardson (probably mostly because he could then name his newspaper the Harry Dick Times). He also claimed that he had countless accounts to two-click as well as to use in the off chance he was hit with the Ban Hammer.

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* IHaveManyNames: Through the powers of {{Alt-itis}} {{Altitis}} one player went by: ThisGenMedia to start with, later returning as Franco, then Harrison Richardson (probably mostly because he could then name his newspaper the Harry Dick Times). He also claimed that he had countless accounts to two-click as well as to use in the off chance he was hit with the Ban Hammer.
8th Aug '13 2:06:37 PM Specialist290
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** And any currency exchange is with three digit precision, so [[hottip:500:or anywhere between 400 and 666.666]] of a currency to 1 gold equals 0.002 gold to 1 of a currency, and once the exchange rate reaches [[hottip:1000 to 1:anywhere between 666.666 and 2000 to 1]] (1 to 0.001) it has nowhere to go.

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** And any currency exchange is with three digit precision, so [[hottip:500:or [[labelnote:500]]or anywhere between 400 and 666.666]] 666[[/labelnote]] of a currency to 1 gold equals 0.002 gold to 1 of a currency, and once the exchange rate reaches [[hottip:1000 [[labelnote:1000 to 1:anywhere 1]]anywhere between 666.666 and 2000 to 1]] 1[[/labelnote]] (1 to 0.001) it has nowhere to go.
7th Jul '13 6:05:15 PM Sheora
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* DeathByRacism: Heavily averted. Many countries, especially in Eastern Europe and the Balkans thrive on it. Played straight with the goons, who got banned en masse for using the term "Atajerk".

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* DeathByRacism: Heavily averted.Averted. Many countries, especially in Eastern Europe and the Balkans thrive on it. Played straight with the goons, who got banned en masse for using the term "Atajerk".
15th Dec '12 3:05:12 PM Makoyi
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* CapitalCity: Every country has one, though it's not necessarily the real life one due to invasion of regions (for the U.S., it's Arizona!).
14th Dec '12 2:54:00 PM MissMokushiroku
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[[http://www.erepublik.com/en Erepublik]] bills itself as the "first massive online social strategy game" and what it is is best thought of as the result of a drunken night between {{Facebook}}, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', ''{{Risk}}'', and a college economics class. Players are citizens of a country, where they can vote in elections, work at companies, buy products, starve if they don't eat food, write newspaper articles, move to other countries (but not vote unless they gain citizenship), and fight in battles.

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[[http://www.erepublik.com/en Erepublik]] eRepublik]] bills itself as the "first massive online social strategy game" and what it is is best thought of as the result of a drunken night between {{Facebook}}, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', ''{{Risk}}'', and a college economics class. Players are citizens of a country, where they can vote in elections, work at companies, buy products, starve if they don't eat food, write newspaper articles, move to other countries (but not vote unless they gain citizenship), and fight in battles.
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