Poll: should this game continue?

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Should we continue this game?

Yes! There are problems but we can see it through.
No! Bugs, rules, and people's disputes have killed the fun.
Total votes: 7

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Poll: should this game continue?

Post: # 57851Post hugolin
Sat Aug 18, 2012 1:22 pm

A poll. 7 votes. IMO Pedal and Rdude don't vote. Pedal left for a while, and rdude is not a regular. I will vote later (i.e. I'm not the first vote, whatever it is). This is after another round of more of the same.

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Re: Poll: should this game continue?

Post: # 57859Post gogopher
Sat Aug 18, 2012 8:56 pm

to be totally transparent...i voted to end the game...too many issues for too little enjoyment at this time...

i think we should focus on rules for the next game and use patch 1.08 when i releases

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Re: Poll: should this game continue?

Post: # 57882Post pedal2000
Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:25 pm

As noted I won't vote, but for the record I am fine with either decision.
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Re: Poll: should this game continue?

Post: # 57920Post Brother Lobo
Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:59 pm

After all of us have spent so many months and hours of our time playing and building up our countries, here we are with players wanting to end it early again. This time we have plenty of players and all three alliances are still viable and yet still 4 vote to end it?

I just don't understand this mentality. I realize there have been some arguments and issues, but I don't think we've reached a point where things have gotten "game breaking" yet.

How many games is this now? At least 4 out of the last 5 stopped without a real decisive finish. A few ended for lack of players, but that is something totally separate. I play with the Tuesday group mainly because of time zone issues, no other group really plays at times where I can make it every session. If we've reached the point where the Tuesday night group is incapable of ever finishing a game it makes me ask seriously why I (or anyone) should join future games.

Can you imagine any sport operating like this? Fans would not watch or play if a majority of games just ended arbitrarily without any finish.
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