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March 16th, 2010, 02:11
It's not choosing the order you do things, just saying that world events will continue to happen, with or without you. Think about it:- There's an enemy army marching towards your city and it's 2 days away. Your forces march out to meet it and YOU are supposed to be the person co-ordinating the troops. NOW, if you decide to do a few other things which take 3 days of game time isn't it reasonable to assume that you have MISSED the battle you were supposed to direct? The troops wouldn't wait for you in the real world and they don't wait in this one. If you're not there ontime, the battle still takes place without you and the consequences of your not being there will have to be worn!!

If God said it, then that settles it!!

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