30 pieces of Silver...

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Sir Mike Fisher

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So just to see, how many of the remaining 241 people are willing to sell their tribemates out for their 30 pieces of silver and a chance to see it out to end game?



I only ask because of some strange approaches from some unexpected players
 

ChamichA

Still Going Strong
I think that Players like those already left us .. 4 years for w30 .. s.th like that?? coward cant hide so long ..
 

r2d3

Contributing Poster
This is a strange post SirMike. Who is ... Jesus in this case ? :icon_eek:
 

50 Calibre

Guest
Those silver coins in the photo could be worth a couple million dollars now days. We need proof that you even have 30 of them:icon_wink::icon_wink:
 

Sir Mike Fisher

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And I never even had to pay over the silver!

 
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Sir Mike Fisher

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Yeah Puppies v Cats ( with attitude )
 
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bigbrt

Guest
i get information and i dont have to pay any silver :) it pisses certain people off the information i'm able to get
 

ChamichA

Still Going Strong
Same here. I got info and i dont need to pay for it any silvers ... spies love to talk .. without silver too ... because thats all they know/can
 

r2d3

Contributing Poster
Because some BH hyper player "accused" me of knowing nothing. I declare I know nothing :)
 

50 Calibre

Guest
When I think of what I know I end up with.....
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50 Calibre

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At least you know how to play. And lead wolfpacks. Confirmed.

r2 you know I am an amateur history buff and love the WW2 era. So when you say wolfpacks I conjure up images of German U-boats patrolling the North Atlantic. Awesome time in history and what many people may not know is that prior to the US involvement in WW2, we actually gave German naval ships free passage along the US eastern seaboard. Once Roosevelt won the presidency again, that all changed.
 

r2d3

Contributing Poster
r2 you know I am an amateur history buff and love the WW2 era. So when you say wolfpacks I conjure up images of German U-boats patrolling the North Atlantic. Awesome time in history and what many people may not know is that prior to the US involvement in WW2, we actually gave German naval ships free passage along the US eastern seaboard. Once Roosevelt won the presidency again, that all changed.
That was a not so bright piece of US history :(

I still haven't figured out what caused so much stall. Lindberg et al maybe (if I remember well) ?

Summoning wolfpacks were a difficult tactic that was compromised at some point by the interception and decyphering of the german enigma coding machine the U-Boats used. So, like in TW (most of the times), the adversary (allies) knew the wolfpack whereabouts. At early stages, they did serious damage (that was called happy times - up to 1942). Then ... havock for U-Boat and their crews. Intelligence was of the essence.
Too close to what is going on in W30 nowadays.

But, I know nothing important as usual :)



PS Many times I play Silent Hunter - now at -V- edition. Superb images and gameplay. Try it out if you want and use the external cameras. Amazing.
 

50 Calibre

Guest
Love Silent Hunter but sadly my laptop does not have the needed items to play it. When ever I shop for another pc, I will be making sure it is built for big time gaming. I have seen the previews for SH-5 and they are awesome. I had SH-2 and loved it, played it so much I corrupted the disc and it quit playing. I loved sneaking into Scapa Flow and sinking the British naval fleet stationed there.

If I could I would like to visit that place due to the wrecks and also Truk Island out in the South Pacific. Large Japanese naval fleet sitting at the bottom of that bay.
 

bigbrt

Guest
the 30 silver bribe musta got lost in trans action cause they forgot to pay there helpers fee it seems :eek: