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Capto Iugulum is a PlayByPostGame at the Never Ending Stories (NES) board at the Civilization Fanatics Forums, located [[https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/capto-iugulum.458236/ here]].

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''Capto Iugulum''
is a PlayByPostGame at the Never Ending Stories (NES) board at of the Civilization Fanatics Forums, located [[https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/capto-iugulum.458236/ here]].
here]]. It started in April of 2012 and ran for over a year before coming to a close at the end of 2013.



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!Relevant tropes:!!''Capto Iugulum'' contains examples of:


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* BalkanizeMe: Happens to Hungary, the United States, Kongo, the Franco-Burgundian Confederation (although it reunifies), Spain, and British South Africa over the course of the the NES.

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%% * BalkanizeMe: Happens to Hungary, the United States, Kongo, the Franco-Burgundian Confederation (although it reunifies), Spain, and British South Africa over the course of the the NES.


Capto Iugulum is a PlayByPostGame at the Never Ending Stories (NES) board at the Civilization Fanatics Forums.
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Capto Iugulum is a PlayByPostGame at the Never Ending Stories (NES) board at the Civilization Fanatics Forums.
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Forums, located [[https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/capto-iugulum.458236/ here]].

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* UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of ''Literature/DecadesOfDarkness''.



* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Proletarists]]: The dominant left-wing ideology of Capto Iugulum's world is called Proletarism, which has similarities with but is not identical to our world's communism (for one, it is far less authoritarian). Scandinavia is the primary proletarist power, and other proletarist states controlled the American South, Jamaica, and Ecuador at various times, although it never reaches the influence or power communism did in real life. "Social Proletarism" (a more moderate strain, somewhat akin to social democracy) is far more popular, and becomes the major ideology of left-wing political parties in many countries, Vinland being the most prominent example.

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* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Proletarists]]: DirtyCommunists: The dominant left-wing ideology of Capto Iugulum's world is called Proletarism, which has similarities with but is not identical to our world's communism (for one, it is far less authoritarian). Scandinavia is the primary proletarist power, and other proletarist states controlled the American South, Jamaica, and Ecuador at various times, although it never reaches the influence or power communism did in real life. "Social Proletarism" (a more moderate strain, somewhat akin to social democracy) is far more popular, and becomes the major ideology of left-wing political parties in many countries, Vinland being the most prominent example.


* UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.

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* UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.''Literature/DecadesOfDarkness''.


* ModernMayincatecState: The Aztec Empire in fact survives into the 19th century before being conquered by Spain and the United States. In the 20th century, there exists a Mayan Republic (also known as Mayaland) in real life Yucatan and Guatemala, as well as Aztlan, which encompasses most of real life Mexico.

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* ModernMayincatecState: ModernMayincatecEmpire: The Aztec Empire in fact survives into the 19th century before being conquered by Spain and the United States. In the 20th century, there exists a Mayan Republic (also known as Mayaland) in real life Yucatan and Guatemala, as well as Aztlan, which encompasses most of real life Mexico.


* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Proletarists]]:

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* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Proletarists]]: The dominant left-wing ideology of Capto Iugulum's world is called Proletarism, which has similarities with but is not identical to our world's communism (for one, it is far less authoritarian). Scandinavia is the primary proletarist power, and other proletarist states controlled the American South, Jamaica, and Ecuador at various times, although it never reaches the influence or power communism did in real life. "Social Proletarism" (a more moderate strain, somewhat akin to social democracy) is far more popular, and becomes the major ideology of left-wing political parties in many countries, Vinland being the most prominent example.


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* ModernMayincatecState: The Aztec Empire in fact survives into the 19th century before being conquered by Spain and the United States. In the 20th century, there exists a Mayan Republic (also known as Mayaland) in real life Yucatan and Guatemala, as well as Aztlan, which encompasses most of real life Mexico.


* UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.

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* UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar: UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.


* AmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.

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* AmericanCivilWar: UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar: A vastly different one occurs: After a military coup occurs in 1845, placing Alfred Scott as president, the North proceeds to break away, trying to restore the old republic. and several other nations attempt to gain independence at the same time. Scott defeats them all by 1852, and the United States gets six decades of quasi-military rule with shades of DecadesOfDarkness.

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