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Chair of the port by the suede meme not fair play I could have slipped traders at home I never did the JO JO chair has more than 4h and as by chance when I go out it reappears after 4h of time, Players really not fair play in addition his friend in aggemenon it feels obliged to have entered the battle it is really impossible to have fair play fights with these people.

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Pierre Silvestre said:

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Chair of the port by the suede meme not fair play I could have slipped traders at home I never did the JO JO chair has more than 4h and as by chance when I go out it reappears after 4h of time, Players really not fair play in addition his friend in aggemenon it feels obliged to have entered the battle it is really impossible to have fair play fights with these people.

 

 

 

 

Écris en français s'il te plaît, je traduirais parce que ton texte est strictement incompréhensible. 

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18 hours ago, Pierre Silvestre said:

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Chair of the port by the suede meme not fair play I could have slipped traders at home I never did the JO JO chair has more than 4h and as by chance when I go out it reappears after 4h of time, Players really not fair play in addition his friend in aggemenon it feels obliged to have entered the battle it is really impossible to have fair play fights with these people.

 

 

 

 

 

Hello Pierre,

Writing posts in an unfamiliar language is always difficult, indeed were I to attempt this in French I would no doubt end up with a similar post. :)  I think you are trying to tell us that you were trading in Swedish waters, that you had just left the port when a Swede caught you. You went back into the port and stayed inside the port for 4 hours. You left the port again and was caught again by the same player and his friend in an Agamemnon. You feel that this is an unfair fight. Is that a correct view of the events?  Perhaps a kind Frenchman would translate for me, It would be unfair to comment further on his post if my interpretation of what Pierre is trying to say is incorrect.

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5 minutes ago, Sir Lancelot Holland said:

 

Bonjour Pierre,

L'écriture de publications dans une langue inconnue est toujours difficile, en effet, je devais essayer cela en français, je ne douterais pas d'une publication similaire. :)  Je pense que vous essayez de nous dire que vous étiez commercialisé dans les eaux suédoises, que vous venez de quitter le port lorsqu'un Suédois vous a attrapé. Vous êtes retourné dans le port et est resté à l'intérieur du port pendant 4 heures. Vous avez quitté le port à nouveau et a été attrapé par le même joueur et son ami dans un Agamemnon. Vous pensez que c'est un combat injuste. Est-ce une vision correcte des événements? Peut-être qu'un Français gentil se traduirait-il pour moi, il serait injuste de commenter plus avant sa publication si mon interprétation de ce que Pierre essaie de dire est incorrecte.

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I regret Sir, you are simply a victim of the fortunes of war, sometimes you will successfully trade, sometimes you will not. Is it fair? No it is not, wars are not fair, Indeed I have faced 5v1 odds and worse, all one can do is fight, hope and pray for a miracle that may not arrive. All I can suggest to you is that you minimise the risks as much as you can it will not be the last time, nor will you be the only one this happens to. I wish you fair winds and a following sea Sir.

 

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Pierre, there is nothing wrong with that, this is a game, it is for fun and if it makes you unhappy, or it is not fun for you then it is right and proper to question it, It has to be right for you. Now I may seem to be uncaring, even cavalier in accepting the risks in  a virtual arena,  in my youth I maintained aircraft which had but one purpose, the wholesale killing of human beings in a steel tube 100 metres beneath the sea.  Those people would have had  the sole intention of starving my family, killing those who bring the food for them to survive, of killing me and my shipmates to prevent us killing him, his friends and family back in his home country. Such is the reality of war, such are the reasons for checking your conscience in at the front desk and collecting it when it is over to start agonising over the rights and wrongs of your actions. None of what I said about real war applies in a game, it is just that, a game, no one starves, no one dies, it may be true that some feel the loss of a ship they worked so hard to craft, she may have been a veteran of several battles and even I get close to some ships if they have served me well. Before you decide what you choose to do with this game consider this, you are not fighting a person, you are fighting a ship, a ship that is trying to destroy your ship, remove the humanity from the equation and it is pixels killing pixels, no need for conscience, no need for guilt in any form. relax, enjoy the challenge, win, lose or draw. Who knows, you may find playing easier.

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