Finally, thank God the most relevant country in game has been added, I mean, the game has been missing so much content without San Marino that I feel a shiver in my spine to think that we are thiiiiiiiis close from getting it.
Is this sarcasm? I can't tell in text.Finally, thank God the most relevant country in game has been added, I mean, the game has been missing so much content without San Marino that I feel a shiver in my spine to think that we are thiiiiiiiis close from getting it.
I can't wait for a full ten years tree get added for it, I gonna do San Marino world conquest. I hope it comes with massive flavour events with all important occurrences in the country.
Is this sarcasm? I can't tell in text.
It is a bit of sarcasm, yes, but not as a critic to the team. I just like doing jokes like that. One example was when someone made a Estonia AAR and I wrote a page long essay about how that was a epic thing that should be preserved for future generations, etc, etc, etc.
I mean skeleton content is not exactly hard or time consuming to make. "Fluff" is not why things have been slower than expected.A lot of people, myself included, are rather impatient for the next major update to TNO; at the beginning of the year it was expected that Pandora's Web would have been released at the latest Mid-Summer, and that Toolbox Theory would have long since been wrapped up. Leaks like those for San Marino and Monaco which can only really be considered "fluff", while certainly interesting from a lore and immersion standpoint, also tend to provoke a negative reaction as they are not seen as having any impact on the wider TNO world, and time spent on developing them is time not spent elsewhere.I say this while understanding this is a volunteer project where there are no real deadlines, but I and others can't help being human.
I mean skeleton content is not exactly hard or time consuming to make. "Fluff" is not why things have been slower than expected.
"Wenn die Raketen hochgefahren sind, wen interessiert es, wo sie herunterkommen?"
Panzer, someone saw your post and commented in the tno discord that this bureaucrat is most likely Helmut Kohl, is that true?complete dark horse bureaucrat is dropped into it to keep the seat warm and then surprises everyone when it turns out hes an actual reformer who starts slapping shit together
But so long as you don't check their events, they exist in a superposition of all possible paths...
There better be a quip about how Andorra probably spends a tad more than $4.90 on their military (in US dollars as of 1962), given that the Nazis are still kicking and Burgundy exists.That only leaves Andorra and lichenstein left.