Just another C&C player. Played them all.
But I need a good woman who is compatible with me, not more break ups.
I did delete them like I periodically do, no sense in having old conversations just using up data in the Web.
I am fine, still no girlfriend but I have been playing a bit more recently. I like my page the way it is though, clean and efficient, with a good friends list and minimal clutter.
So writing began in Europe? There goes afrocentrism...
Just use the same textures as the manors, they look real enough and have a medieval charm.
These are your best house models yet.
This one is one of my favourfavourites, it is like a Dark Knight's Fortress, from where he rules the peasantry with an iron fist.
I thought you said we were going to see the Indians though.
No, no, no, a GAU8 Minigun, and then you deep fry it in Transfat.
It is good, but a bit weird.
That windmill is dope. :)
An easily entertained psychopath.
Ice cold, but not introverted. Introverts are usually great writers, scientists, designers, artists and so on. But leadership is one of the defining characteristics of extroverts.
I love the Indians in Age of Empires 2 Forgotten expansion, it a shame they are so underwhelming in Age of Empire 3 Asian Dynasties, the Japanese and the Chinese are much better designed there.
They copied Roman architecture because it was both beautiful and the best available at the time for the Mediterranean. We also always looked to Rome for inspiration, romans were incredibly influential to the West, both in culture and in History, so we wanted to mimic their influence too, just with less wars.
The Xenomorphs are worse, predators kill only those that fight, because they enjoy the thrill of the hunt. Xenomorphs kill because it is in their nature, they must kill even to breed.
Even peaceful leaders like Ghandi, need to be extroverts, you cannot guide others if you cannot connect with them. The leader also needs to be strong, for his authority will be questioned constantly and he will tick off a lot of people.
These yellow lights make the building look like it came from Warcraft2, which ia great because it is my favourite Warcraft. With a church for a Town Center, Holy Paladins, fortified housing and Warcraft2 lighting, the Lusitanians are starting to become Lordearon! :)
Could be the skull of a vodianoy, a slavic mythological creature that lived near rivers and swamps, those creatures came from another world in perpetual darkness and loved the water.
One cannot be a leader, an introvert and very sensitive at the same time.
Awsome manors, they look fortified to withstand a siege, which they actually were at the time because of constant war with the moors.
Never seen it in person, but I like both your version and the picture.
It is a nice building.
Lusitanians were not christian though, they were far gone when Christianity came to Iberia.
A church for a town center? Holy Paladins!
Well, if you have to choose between paying rent and sex, remember that a roof over your head might get you to live long enough to get laid multiple times on the long run.
Shame about the elves too, I would really like an elven/eldar wife... for culture preservation purposes, of course. :)
Age of Mythology had awsome atlantean inspired architecture, the atlanteans were a mix of Romans and mediaeval knights, the unit choices, both mythical and human, were also really good looking. My favourite is the Katapeltes, which wielded 2-handed maces that were great at fighting cavalry and buildings while being in beautifully decorated heavy armour, full of marine and avian motifs.
Atlantis has a lot of fire related stories around it, so nuclear weapons feel more like something they would have, or Heavenly Fire as they called it in those days. The greeks said Greek Fire was brought to them by scholars that survived Atlantis, the egyptians also spoke of a fire wielding people that came from the sea and burned entire cities with miraculous weapons, and the norse dragons are associated with water but still breathe fire perhaps as a mystification of ancient atlantean ships their ancestors might have fought at one time.
Depends on what you think a soul is. The book of Genesis says Adam "became a living soul" after God breathe life into him, so he did not receive a spirit in his flesh or a ghostly persona, so a soul means a living thing in the Bible. It also says that souls die, which enforces the idea that souls are not spirit essence but life.
That does not work, people are abusive by nature and would start demanding stuff from others qhile contributing nothing, it is the very reason why Socialism has never worked, if you want someone to work hard, you must recompense them in a way that they will feel unique and more worthy than others, that has been working since the time of ancient kings.
Also, neither money or the lack of money are roots to evil, only the Love of Money, like the Bible says, because someone who loves money will stop at nothing to get even more, and will stoop to the lowest levels of cowardice and oppression to satisfy that love.
The Aztecs and Mayans both copied a lot from Olmec society after they descended from the north and conquered the Olmecs, like the barbarians did to Rome in Europe or the Han did to China in Asia, so you could make a case for them being the successors.
The Philistines and the Assyrians assimilated much of Hitite and Sumerian culture, so you could also find successors to those.