Are you sure of not being interested to become...soldier, i mean historian and, soldier.
It's concerning how fast you were able to answer, in the thousands of RMBs, in the several seconds of a day, in this exact moment, just minutes after a post about you was made.
Cancel NationStates Former Nation
Population: 6 million
Founded: 1 day 19 hours ago
Ceased to exist: 1 day 5 hours ago
This was exactly the nation type I was searching on graveyard.
Post by Quitishiae suppressed by Island of misfit raiders.
I am still kind of confused about how people who I have never or only have rarely seen on this message board are in favour of suppressing and muting other nations.
Oh, and this might be an unpopular opinion, but I miss @Eckergar or @Erengar or @Ebergar or @Evergar or whatever-gar. At least he kept the RMB active and the arguments flowing.😎
A lot of TRR people aren't posting on the Rmb. They are vibing in the discord. They do watch/ read the rmb.
Also, some are very active in the NS forum, so if they see a thread about our rmb/ help request, they'll look/ post on this RMB.
And some forget they are posting with a puppet nation instead of their main. Some have many switchers/ card farms.
So, no big mystery.
Totally unrelated: the Hachee was delicious. I had used 800 grams of meat and 1 kg of onions, it wasn't enough for the 5 of us.. (and 3 apples, 1 red cabbage, 2 kg of potatoes). So, I'll need to make more. But first: Rendang!! (Prep time, 10 minutes, stew time 3 hours)
One of the difficult challenges of cooking for one is whether it is worth it to do it at all.
There are a number of different products, where you can't choose quantity. You either buy package or don't buy it at all.
This can not only make cooking for one as expensive as cooking for more people, but it is rather wasteful.
Unused raw products or some items, which spoil quickly, you need to throw away. No other option exists.
Not to even mention that stockpiling anything is not viable option. If you do not consume it, it spoils.
I do think that there should be a limit to how many nations a single person/IP could have. Something between 3 and 5 is okay. Not only card farmers I consider annoying, but when it comes to things like the Nuke event or whatever, puppets generally spoil everything. Instead of having active community, you have a number of obsessed people, exploiting the API or just generally having nothing to do, ruining the game for everyone and acting like a bots or automation software just to win imaginable battle in virtual world.