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StormTrooper last won the day on July 18 2017

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    D&D Drama Video, Comment Below

    Forum activity at an all time high this year woooo
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    Depending on how many people can play might need to be tomoz Basicly just a standard session to try out the new DLC with other people and get used to the base game changes
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    Just seeing how many people we can get for a session.
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    D^3 Free Exploration!


    3am just sleep and wake up at 3am
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    D^3 Free Exploration!


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    D^3 Free Exploration Event


    ill come but will be dictated by time
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    Hoist The Sails - TBC

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    Hoist The Sails - TBC

    A new ship has been made - The Putin Caravel class made for trading on the seas - modestly armed Operating area within the Kiwi bay trading goods of all (legal) kinds into Ulmmarch Anax Oriflamme, Skaldrudamerhon, Syrilio Montenegro
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    Skaldrudamerhon Smithy

    The Inferno Forge opens for business repairing armors with expertise and stone cutting requests taken each week.
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    Picture of You

    Picture of me when I was in sixth form and I cut my own hair.
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    The Random Picture

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    IamtheWalrus' Stellaris Session 2:00pm EST


    Depending on how many people it should be small to medium size map so that it doesn't take 80 years to find everyone and will add more intrigue (even though its against me) as well as reducing it to a long drawn out game over weeks and should be done in 1-2 sessions if people don't constantly drop.
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    IamtheWalrus' Stellaris Session 2:00pm EST


  14. We don't take it for granted, this is capitalist consumerism over a span of decades that has taken affect, China along with many other East Asian countries with high population are currently able to have slave wage workers, as their middle class develops, quite rapidly in China they wont be able to keep these low wage workers anymore as shown with every other developed economy that has followed the same path. As the purchasing power of the regular Han Citizen grows they wont be able to devalue their currency as much and low skill, mass produced items will go to other countries with a low wage pay and high population i.e. Bangladesh or African countries that China is heavily investing in. I've already said that the UK does't have a strong manufacturing base as we developed into a the tertiary sector??? Have you even bothered to look up statistics (services) 79.6% of UK GDP in 2016 total was 2.619 trillion dollars that equates too 2.084724 trillion which would make that the 6th largest GDP in the world so I very much doubt that equates to a small service economy unless Italy, Brazil, Canada, Korea, Russia Australia, Spain are just small countries. Again you fail to look at the broader picture and lack the optimism of this countries forefathers generations past. Our resource is no longer mass produced goods but knowledge and high tech industries of the future, back up by a robust and large financial center with world class learning institutions. Although the new generation that are coming through are weties the amount that will able to fill scientific/complex engineering roles is expanding each year that the government in competently realized and investing in. Zero bases of being at "max tech level" when global discoveries and technology are increase at a ever increasing rate since 1900, Britain is special we have a long and refined history that has spanned hundreds of years. The US is special with its overpowered military and with it leader of the West in Hard Power vs the UK's Soft Power (being a part of the Commonwealth makes Britain special) . India has a large population base of very poor and wealthy citizens (that brings its only problems) with many natural resources that makes it unique from other countries that will effect its future development, see where i'm going. "The British Empire's days are over." couple decades late bud. " respectable voice of dignity amidst a larger coalition" Napoleonic wars, WW1, WW2, Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Eastern Europe deterrence, Oman, NATO, UN, The European Convention On Human Rights, 1 out of 6 countries meting the 0,7% of GNI in foreign aid. "pinning their hopes on one over another." When you threaten the people of this country we will dig our heels in, treat us like children and the more stubborn we will become, dictate to us what we can and can't do, who we can and can't take in and those that we can do business with and the common people will resent you.
  15. Stop burning your furniture and smoking it. A business man is the last person you want to be taking advice from, same people who said we should have adopted the Euro. The only single advice you should take from anyone is that they don't know how its going to workout, millions of different factors that directly or indirectly affect each other will pop of the day we leave. ONLY after a few months once the dust has settled can you listen to "experts" opinions on what the future will be. Brexit is damaging to the service sector yet its still growing and working at "capacity" meaning there is room for growth although investments have slowed referring back to the first point some people will take this as an opportunity and others will stay away looking for a less risk investment. Again not sure why I bother but the service industry doesn't get a majority of its income through EU tourisits. The service sector is made up of service activities in retail, hotels, restaurants, transport, storage, IT, finance, insurance, real estate, administration and support services, professional, scientific and technical services, education, health, social work, arts, entertainment, recreation, public administration, defence etc. https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/economicoutputandproductivity/output/articles/fivefactsabouttheukservicesector/2016-09-29 The UK is a global country always has been, out of that list hotels will take a loss, retail has been on the up overall but not on the high street has they transition to online platforms, transport is will still be rammed, storage I don't know, IT will stay the same, finance wont be severely affected as backstops are already in place if another 2008 happens, insurance slight decrease with less people coming in, real estate in this country needs to go down and already is especially in London and the rest are heavy domestic - entertainment still has a heavy home grown support i.e. music festivals being sold out in 7 min. How can there be a lack of a Shengen Zone when the UK isn't part of it? Retail does have the capacity because they are a large business??? Small business also sell locally like every other business on the planet of that size??? If said business need to pay transportation of goods that will not put pressure on the business, only when the buyer in said EU country decides too not purchase that product at a slightly increased price will it affect them which would be the EU commissions fault at putting in said tax. EU commissions fault at putting in said tax. How can you "I can pretty much gurantee you that in first year post brexit everything in britain will become 20% more expensive and also salaries will be cut" I don't even, this is quiet bad even for you. Dating back from 1751, 267 years inflation about 20% has only occurred in 1757,1800,1917,1918 and 1975 the highest being 36.50% in 1800 so good luck with that 20%. GDP growth since 2008 has only receded then and 2009 with growth being at a stable level, in the past 8 years GDP growth would need to be in the margin of 16-24% 2-3% a year, as it stands at 15.9 just short of 0.1% healthy growth.