Isn't this being a fun month? I'm sure everyone can agree with this statement because we have, after a long time, some drama to read when we get home and log onto eRepublik and, if that isn't enough for you, the Forums has some of it as well.
If I hadn't spent so much time in eJapan I would probably be going nuts right now or running around everywhere to try and find out dafuq is going on. Let's face it, it's hard to find in recent history a time where this country has been even one bit united and without drama, it's like that Event that exists in a strategy game that can't be achieved even if you bring up the Cheat Console and type the Event code.
Quoting on recent article on the topic:
"When I became an eJapanese citizen I noticed one thing right away, there is a great divide among citizens."
After reading our media, forums and spending some time on our IRC channel it's hard not to get tired at the amount of drama, hatred, lies, information and propaganda that's trying to get inside your head.
We are a eCountry with lots of beliefs and people from various places in real life.
We have Americans, Europeans and Asians which either have common ur uncommon reasons with each other to have gathered in eJapan. Most people I've seen joined because of their opinion about Japan IRL and the most recent players to join did it because they want to rebuild the country.
Quoting yet again the same article as above.
"There is (...) only some writings about anime."
We all know one of the things that initially attracts people to eJapan is Anime so what's wrong with that? It's still better than IRL Serbia articles (no offense intended, I have the right to have an opinion). So just join the Dark Side, we have lolis.
Being of various beliefs it's not surprising if we accept people from various places without regarding their current alliance in game is it? I don't think so. Well, our latest drama is just about that.
We accepted Serbians.
We accepted Turks.
Shut up....seriously. How many of you would actually defend eJapan if eSerbia decided to airstrike us? I can probably guess how many and I probably wouldn't need fingers to count. We accepted you because you told us you wanted to help eJapan so you can't just come in here and start telling us who to accept and who not to reject.
Do you really think creating more divide is helping eJapan?
Should I request the admins to regress eJapan back to the Warring States Period so we can fight it out?
"I think that only RL Japanese have the right to rule this country."
Seriously? You know how many times of my miserable eLife I've heard this bull from people who just want to step on the players that have given their time and sweat to this country? I lost count.
Believe me when I say that we've tried to bring RL Japanese into this game and failed miserably but if they want to join and fight for it, they can be my guests.
Lets see....Oh, it seems Circle of Trust and Bulgaria are worried about the recent 5 CS approvals we gave to some eTurks. We really don't need carrier pigeons so stop bringing others into your own fights and man up.
Like every country, we have official communication channels where CoT and Bulgaria can present their worries if they have any.
eJapan has a great community and the divide wasn't making it any less greater. We disagreed and fought each other and maybe it was more than others, but there was balance and we could still reason with each other and find other ways to work it out together. You blew it all.
So just so I close this already too big article, either you contribute or I respectfully invite you to leave.
I’ll be writing at least one more article soon so I can complete this one, until then!
I’m told newspaper sometimes feature humor so lets try some random quotes that came to be in our very own IRC channel #nippon on Rizon.
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