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posted 10-31-09 07:29 PM EDT (US)   

1. American prosperity is due to the fact that its troops could simultaneously work as farmers,woodcutters, miners, and merchants while fighting.

2. An airbase can fit 10 bombers, even though a bomber is the size of an airbase.

3. An army can be encircled inside enemy territory and still survive with a supply wagon. Armies were trained in the art of alchemy, and could convert the ground into food and ammunition.

4. Your artillery can continously fire at an enemy building for an hour and you will not lose any resources.

5. Once planes are built, they do not need oil to work. Each airplane's fuel tank contains an alchemist that converts air into oil.

6. Troops can make their own boats and cross oceans.

7. After the ancient age, all countries had a senate

8. The US army was led by a CEO during WWII

9. Fisherman can survive in the middle of the ocean

[This message has been edited by TheOneYakoo (edited 10-31-2009 @ 07:32 PM).]

posted 01-24-10 07:05 PM EDT (US)     26 / 74  
Ehh, any unit can destroy buildings, even citizens with bare hands.
posted 01-24-10 08:00 PM EDT (US)     27 / 74  
rocks never existed.
citizens popped out of citys not out of there moms.
water was not esstential to life.
wild animal never existed.
heliocopters never land just hover and fly and never need to refuel.
The coulleseum was built for strtegic advantges not entertainment.
fire is a magical power availiable from the industrial age on to only a few special units.
Fish and whales are the only aquatic life besides oil.
posted 01-24-10 08:05 PM EDT (US)     28 / 74  
Uhhh.... Nebraskan.... you do realize that there are rocks in the game, right?
posted 01-24-10 08:08 PM EDT (US)     29 / 74  
and uhh, oil is animate?

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posted 01-24-10 09:19 PM EDT (US)     30 / 74  
oops. havent played for a while and oil moves so it must be animate.
posted 01-25-10 04:24 PM EDT (US)     31 / 74  
136. The Native Americans used horses before 1492.

137. The Hoplite was the most ubiquitous unit during the Ancient and Classical eras, being used all across the globe.

138. The Monarchies in the world eventually transformed into Socialist governments.

139. Farms were never built outside of cities in more rural areas.

140. Throughout history, no civil wars or revolts ever took place within a nation.
posted 01-25-10 05:30 PM EDT (US)     32 / 74  
#141 A civilian can be hit by a giant rock fired by a trebuchet and still only lose a few hitpoints

#142 Despite that it takes 10 seconds for a section of ground to recover from being hit by a nuclear missile, units never age, and day and night are nonexistent.

Nebraskan15 said that attrition was caused by grass eating away at soldiers. Russian grass is especially hungry.

I hate anime so much. I mean more then justin bieber and twilight. Ok... maybe not that much

Nobody wins in nuclear warfare... except me
posted 01-25-10 06:52 PM EDT (US)     33 / 74  
143. In 30 mins, it`s possible to advance 3000 years in time!
144. A magical force around Versailles can make troops heal.
145.A magical force around a General can make troops turn invisible, run faster, duplicate themselves, or entrench themselves without having to dig.
posted 02-14-10 03:50 PM EDT (US)     34 / 74  
146: Ten Nuclear weapons to a tiny, uninhabited corner of the world (Map) will end all life on Earth.
posted 02-15-10 08:01 PM EDT (US)     35 / 74  
147: Nations used gunpowder guns for years and changed to rifles in a matter of seconds.

148: Some infantry units don't require either money or food to train

149: Entire cities were built by one person
posted 02-17-10 00:22 AM EDT (US)     36 / 74  
It may interest you to know that I am designing (not actually making, of course, just coming up with the idea for) a game set in the American Revolutionary War that should be as realistic as possible.
posted 03-14-10 10:56 AM EDT (US)     37 / 74  
150. Chinese females can have sex with Chinese males and give birth at the same time, so it is no wonder why the Chinese have the largest population on earth right now.

151. Clay-made statues in Xi'an province can transform into flesh-and-blood warriors for every 30 seconds, thanks to Emperor Qin Shi Huang's shamans who live forever.

152. While all people in the world still lived in small villages or even gathered in nomadic communities, the Chinese had already settled in great cities like Beijing.

[This message has been edited by pangeran_merah (edited 03-14-2010 @ 10:57 AM).]

posted 03-20-10 10:30 PM EDT (US)     38 / 74  
153. A nuclear missile can strike Cape Canaveral (Space Program) and cause very little damage, while it destroys all the buildings and men around it.

154. The Coliseum is in perfectly good conditions thousands of years after the Fall of Rome.

155. Bullets alone can destroy or greatly damage buildings.
posted 03-21-10 07:59 PM EDT (US)     39 / 74  
156. There is no such thing as crime.
posted 03-24-10 04:43 AM EDT (US)     40 / 74  
157. There are no mixture of races and multicultural states like Singapore, Switzerland, or Uzbekistan in the world.

158. From the Ancient Age until the Information Age, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines are still inhabited.

159. Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte didn't hold swords or any weapons in every battle they were involved.

160. American architects used dark magics or some sort of witchcraft to construct ancient Wonders in a blink of an eye.

161. There are no religions in the world. The people lived from the Ancient Age until the Information Age as atheists.
posted 03-24-10 12:40 PM EDT (US)     41 / 74  
161: You can build temples and research religion, but it's only to get more tax money.
posted 03-24-10 04:11 PM EDT (US)     42 / 74  
162. You can "research" religion.
163. All religions of the present-day are existentialist.
164. All religions from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance were monotheist.
posted 03-24-10 07:14 PM EDT (US)     43 / 74  
165. Citizens have the technical expertise to construct advanced Missile Silos, Supercolliders, and Space Programs, all with no previous training.

Nebraskan15 said that attrition was caused by grass eating away at soldiers. Russian grass is especially hungry.

I hate anime so much. I mean more then justin bieber and twilight. Ok... maybe not that much

Nobody wins in nuclear warfare... except me
posted 03-25-10 12:35 PM EDT (US)     44 / 74  
166. Americans were around since ancient times, only making their presence known in the Enlightenment age.
posted 03-29-10 08:37 AM EDT (US)     45 / 74  
167: starting at the industrial age and foward, all sailers were lazy and never recentered their main guns, only turning them when in battle.

168: All additional guns on dreadnoughts battleships and advanced battleships were there for looks. Even the battlships AA guns were fake, which is why it can't fight aircraft.

169: Carriers can only hold 7 aircraft.

170: We get super carriers at the start of the modern age.

171: A bazooka man can fire to shots when loading once.

172: A city is only a big square of buildings and overlapping roads.
posted 04-11-10 08:33 PM EDT (US)     46 / 74  
170. every nation has the b-2 stealth bomber, and the f-22, and f-18.
171. anyone can build the Terra Cotta Army like the brits in the 1400's
posted 04-17-10 04:08 AM EDT (US)     47 / 74  
173: Their were no books written.
174: World is daimond shaped.
175: Revolutions never ouccured.
176: No one need food and water.
177: Tv ? It's a mythical object said to be exist.
178: Election are never and cant ever be held
posted 04-17-10 03:14 PM EDT (US)     48 / 74  
179. Even in the harshest artic climates, nobody notices the cold.

180. When buildings are destroyed, they leave almost no rubble, which eventually disappears.

181. Roads seem to have a mind of their own. When you destroy a city and all of its buildings, some roads never disappear, but some do.

182. There aren't really any houses.

183. Some worlds take more nukes to armageddon than others.

184. Two nations can have the same unique units, even if they have never seen eachother before.
posted 05-23-10 10:31 AM EDT (US)     49 / 74  
* Once you develop a missile shield, you have it forever. Even if somebody destroys all your buildings and units. BUT...

* In the entire span of history, only one supercollider can ever be built. If it gets destroyed, it can never be rebuilt. Same for space programs, palaces, statues, pyramids, etc.

* International blackmail (demanding "gifts") is perfectly acceptible. As long as it's being done TO your nation. You can never do it to other (AI) nations.

* Nations that have been peaceful allies for milennia will become frenemies at the drop of a hat, once there are fewer than four nations and no more technologies to research. After you've left the border with your ally totally unprotected.

* Wars are initiated because of another nation's "arrogance". It is never, ever caused by resource contention or desire for expansion.

* When a city is being attacked, all citizens happily go about doing their jobs. Or if they have none, they stand around doing nothing. They have to be ORDERED to hide inside buildings.

* Although forests, mountains, mines and fisheries are never exhausted, there is no such thing as "recycling".

* There are "pharmaceuticals", and all kinds of agriculture, including tobacco, but there is no hemp, hashish or opium, (even though these have been used by man since the dawn of agriculture).

* The only civil services provided by governments are the armed forces, libraries and universities. There are no police, fire departments, schools, etc. All the world is a Libertarian paradise!

* Unless you consider that all INDUSTRY is initiated by, and beholden to, the government. All the world is a Socialist paradise!
posted 06-24-10 01:58 AM EDT (US)     50 / 74  
195. Americans existed in 4000 BCE despite the fact that they were still British then.

196. A Citizen can have the ability to build Missle Silos, Wonder of the Worlds and even a Space Program or Supercollider and still be unqualified to enter a University.

197. A person could single-handedly build the Pyramids within 5 minutes and still not need to drink a single drop of water, have a meal or even rest.

198. Supercomputers were invented in the Enlightment Age and required only wood to build.

199. The Statue of Liberty stood in Russia.

200. Indian magicians compressed their Elephants and gave them metal skin and a turret in the Industrial Age. They named them "Tanks".

201. You could get Metal from Whales.

202. A General carried enough spare armor plates on his horse to improve the armor of 50 people.

203. The Dutch were the only civilisation that had the sense to arm their Merchants.

204. Ships magically pop out of Spanish, British and Dutch Docks when they are first built.

205. All nations had access to V2 Rockets when they were used exclusively by Germans on the British in WWII.

206. A tank could co-exsist with a Crossbowman.

207. It took 30 arrows to kill a Light Horse despite the fact that British Longbowmen in the Medival Ages could impale a Knight to his saddle with one arrow.

208. Woodcutter Camps required Food to build even though they were made out of Wood.

209. Everybody had such terrible aim in RON that snipers didn't exsist, but everybody never seemed to miss with their rifles.

210. A soldier could survive a tank blast but die from a rifle shot by a Commando, who in turn could not damage an enemy in any other way.

211. Bribing does not cost Wealth.

212. The government does not pay it's soldiers.

213. You could get Oil from Aluminum.

214. An ICBM could obliterate all buildings within a City's economic radius but leave the city centre standing.

215. West Africa was inhabited during the Cold War.

216. Napoleon won the battle of Waterloo.

217. The Kremlin was already built during Napoleon's times.

218. Alexander the Great conquered America and lived until the Information Age.

219. NATO headquarters were in Belgium but RON was scripted to think it was in France.

220. Any random person could see behind and in front of himself at the same time but could only see a short distance before he becomes completely blind.

221. What everybody in your nation could see are automatically channelled to a small computer you are sitting in front of.

222. China had 50 Citizens.

223. Scholars lacked the knowlege to cut trees.

224. While Stealth Bombers flew across the skies, the military still hasn't realised that they could transport their troops by air.
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