#1 29.01.2018 10:20:33

Katie88
Player
Posts: 1

A Huge Fan of Civilization-like games

It is a pity to see that this forum is not that active anymore. It's hard to believe that there are no players among the Internet users. I was about to ask what you do when you have other duties to do except playing the games.
If you are still a student, how and when you complete your college assignments. I have found one online service where everyone in a team of writers has excellent report writing skills and I was lucky to get assisted by them. Besides writing a paper from the scratch, they will also proofread what you have already got. Make the maximum use of our editing services.

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#2 29.01.2018 10:52:14

wieder
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Posts: 1,308

Re: A Huge Fan of Civilization-like games

Hello Katie88.

If you want to advertise stuff like that, you can do it on the Other section. However do not spam there. I will leave one post to stay but will remove multiple posts. Would be also better if you stick with one nick instead of creating a new one for each post. All the nicks will be handled as one.

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#3 29.01.2018 11:38:00

Corbeau
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Posts: 538

Re: A Huge Fan of Civilization-like games

This is outright spam and one warning for such types is one too many. Burn the witch, I say! Burn her!

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#4 29.01.2018 11:40:42

Corbeau
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Posts: 538

Re: A Huge Fan of Civilization-like games

That said, I am really hoping that this was typed by a real person. If this is a spambot, the level of mimicing is... frightening.

BTW, Wieder, you're the admin, why not move this thread to Other.

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#5 29.01.2018 17:25:57

Caedo
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From: Germany
Posts: 50

Re: A Huge Fan of Civilization-like games

This is so obviously a bot. Maybe the text was typed by a real person, but the post was made by a bot (or an underpaid worker in a sweatshop in south-eastern Asia). They've been appearing on the Freeciv forums from time to time, as well as on a couple of other forums I occasionally browse. Some part that appears to be kind of on topic (and might just be based on pattern-matching), and then a different part (or sometimes a signature) with a link to what they're advertising for. Judging from the fact that the "on topic" part is plain incorrect, this was either done by a bot, someone who doesn't really understand the English language, or someone masterfully imitating either of them.

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