Your are up to read another heart-touching story, about how bugged and poor this game is. Generally, I'm not fan of such crying, but sometimes Plato really pisses me off and I'm wondering why I still play this s#^t.
The story begins 3 days ago, with this law:
Due to agreement, Paraguay launched Airstrike on Switzerland to take 2 regions and secure congress elections for themselves. Everything went smooth, Paraguay landed smoothly and easily won another battle, than put up peace proposal.
If everything went well, so where is a bait?
Every time when Paraguay took region, congress lists were cleared up, and all candidates were gone.
First reset occurred at 23rd (so few of us were able to re-apply), but the second came up under 30 minutes before DC.
What was the effects?
We started sending tickets to admins, informing about the bug and hoping that they are able to fix it.
We all get the same, copy-paste answer:
Instead of helping us, admins turned bug into a feature. They are pretending that everything is OK.
New rule was implemented today, at 11am.
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This was added today in the morning.
We all know old, Roman rule - lex retro non agit.
As You can see, gypsies cannot into Latin, and don't understand the laws that created whole Old Continent.
I'm wondering what Plato would do if such a thing happened to Romania. The only country which magically gains congress even if wiped, get return of failed AS while it's enemies are suffering from "visual bugs" and "minor glitches" just right before attacking it's cores.
Remember: nobody dies a virgin. Plato f#$%s us all.
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