- Nov 7, 2004
The lull in activity is most likely just a result of EUtopia 4 starting up. I'm sure things will pick up soon for your game.
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Clearing out old courts is a job for Ladislav. Not fair to blame Prætor for that... The delay in stat-updating on the other hand, that's Prætors fault.Flame of Udûn said:Our stats meister seems inactive too Stats were last updated August 21st (and there are a lot of NPC courts in the main forum)
Do like the queen of Naples did with her son, and offer him to Lady Margrethe of Denmark. If nothing else, she'll be flattered.Bagricula said:Well two of those (Lorraine and Avignon) are my posts, so--gasp--I'm posting 100% more than NK.
So I am momentarily frustrated in my quest for a wife for my eldest son...otherwise, he'll have to join the religious orders and then potentially the second son will inherit, potentially creating issues with the Portugese crown...c'est la vie
While I certainly understand your reasoning, I still wish to warn you against that approach. If you delay the work, you just end up with more to do, making it more difficult to get back into the action and catch up with events and the like.Prætor said:Not exactly gone, per se. I haven't been active because the game hasn't been active. A lack of morale, if you will.
Flame of Udûn said:I thought I'd complain a little less and do something more constructive. o
Nürnberg - Clandestino (Resignation)
Cyprus - Hawkeye (Resignation)
Siena - jeffg006 (Resignation)
Scotland - Mezzo (Resignation)
Byzantium - Cantacuzenus (Resignation)
Anjou - Beherovek (Resignation)
Castile y Leon - Blade! (Resignation)
Hungary - Icarus (Resignation)
Bazza knows.BzAli said:While I certainly understand your reasoning, I still wish to warn you against that approach. If you delay the work, you just end up with more to do, making it more difficult to get back into the action and catch up with events and the like.
Trust me, I've been there, both as StatMeister and in other areas as well.