Liar, also surprisingly, I've more inhabitant than you which also implies my nation is, somehow, oldest than yours.
Same, 5 hours feel just like eternity
Yes, I agree, 300 minutes divided by 30 minutes equals 10 issues every 5 hours. Many more card farming nations would be made.
That moment when everybody forgot the time you may or may not have unlawfully taken over the EOO and may or may not have made it a one-man dictatorship just "for the hell of it".
*sad dictator noises
I'm pretty sure Bacon and I are the only ones left from when that happened. Not surprised basically nobody knows about it.
Yes, my youthful demeanor belies my old age
Maybe I should do it again, but this time, with the rest of the Old Guard. We old people still have some energy left in us!
I think itís because you came to the NWA after I joined it and after everyone else migrated from the EOO to the NWA. So my brain registered you as a new comer
Yeah, I think I took about a six-month hiatus after the EOO died for a second time before coming back. I believe I'm actually the third-oldest member in the NWA/NWE saga now, although there are a few that are even older who aren't in the NWE like Cheesecake and Belgium. Heisenbee and Bacon are still older than me, old enough that I wouldn't be surprised if they were hooked up to an oxygen tank and riding around on a mobility scooter.
Cheesecake's in another region now that I don't really know, although judging by his activity, this cake's gone a little stale. Didn't some kinda drama happened with him and he left or got kicked?
I think he just decided to leave the NWA one day. But there was so much drama in the NWA at the time he very well may have been a part of some episode of the reality TV show that was the NWA
Those were fun times. Drama every week and open to the public, like airing your dirty laundry.
Yeah, he's still one of the few nations alive going back to the first hundred pages or so of the NWA RMB. It's actually quite amusing going back through them, like I didn't know Sir Jett was actually an NWA member when I was there too. I thought he was some EOO holdout when I took over.
That era was imo the golden era/renaissance of the NWA era. It was the right mix of drama, camaraderie, and activity. I think it was also around that era the NWA hit its membership record.
Time to start the raid
Now now, remember our Easter agreement.