So let’s begin…
Today (actually now…) I’m sitting with a good good (really?) coffee and watching eRepublik news…
So I am drinking my coffee and my eyes suddenly stopped on one word…. BOT…As you know there was a social panic, when bot had stopped to work…
And then (I do not know how), but I have disconnected suddenly from eRepublik and THEN my eyes stopped near this quote “eRepublik offers the second real life” by guardian.co.uk
Who the f*ck is Bot?
How Plato sees bot :
How businessman sees :
Check out "Lietuva" income till 1562 day
and then look data on 1566 day
Hey Lietuva and Lenkija economic powers are similar! But wait a minute, let's check populations....Lithuania (Lietuva) active citizens: 2499, Poland (Lenkija) active citizens: 13581...
SO DEAR MR. PLATO
With all pleasure I appeal to You…
WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO TRICK???
“The second real life”….
REALLY? Then I want to ask you… HOW MUCH HAVE PAID TO JOURNALISTS TO TELL THE WORLD THIS LIE???
It is hard to deny, that the God Mr. BOT (yeah really…) is the biggest business partner isn’t it?
Ok, players who are already addicted to this game (even me… yeah, really…), will say, that it’s impossible to make this game even real, or we must go now out, pick up guns (Poland – Ukraine, Romania – Hungary, Spain – Brazil…) and kill, each other…
My answer is NO! NO NO NO!!! Really!
I’m talking again about this Mr.God-bot… Now our game (especially businessmen) is about how to trick Mr. God-bot (yeah, really, don’t lie to yourself) and sell him as much as we can!
And THIS makes me sick!
So let me ask you, Mr. Plato, why there can’t be a real, even a bit real economic game? Is it so hard to make bigger money routs for example between other countries? Look at the REAL world… There are not Mr. God-bot, but still, businessmen sell their production, people still have food (ok, if really, then almost…)...
So maybe the time (ya really really)has come for changes??? Or maybe it is the time to stop lie to people and delete this quote…?
With pleasure (really),
What is this?You are reading an article written by a citizen of eRepublik, an immersive multiplayer strategy game based on real life countries. Create your own character and help your country achieve its glory while establishing yourself as a war hero, renowned publisher or finance guru.