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Author Topic: Who Wants to be a Nuclear Power?!  (Read 264 times)

The Shaman

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Who Wants to be a Nuclear Power?!
« on: June 05, 2010, 12:23:08 AM »
Cheater's Risk: "The player steps into the role of a country seeking to gain the advantage of a monopoly on nuclear weapons and must avoid being detected by national intelligence services and international monitors."

Have you got the stuff to get a nuke?
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Who Wants to be a Nuclear Power?!
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2010, 05:41:41 AM »
Oh, somebody should tell the P.R.C. and Pakistan that they don't possess nuclear weapons because they've been "Blixed" three times...
Who cares about Blix anyway? He isn't even in office anymore!

This "game" is ridicilous and the topic it is about is utopian and... somewhat... naive.

A world free of nuclear weapons? Yeah, absolutely possible!
And BP will fix the gulf oil spill in no time...
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My character sheet was inexistant, and when I hastly made one the GM didn't care to have a look at it."