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would it not be worthwhile trying a merger????
#1
Haven't played for a long time, but I still liked to pop in every now and again to see how the game was going, so very surprised and shocked to see its ending, Even though the warning signs have been there for a while. 

The last few years have been brutal for these forum-based games. So many of the long-running ones have died. Few remain. 


I did see RB was mulling over trying a new round again though. 

So I do wonder if it would have been worthwhile trying one last time to save the game, with one last roll of the dice with trying a merger with RB. 

At worst we have one last round which we could do as a celebration of Poluk and RB. 

And at best we manage to save these two long-running games, which many players love. By having one united game.


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#2
I think this is something worth while discussing. There is definitely enough people out there willing to have a Polsim like this continue - we all just need to get together.

Discussion has been on and off over at Rule Britannia's old forum: http://newrulebritannia.b1.jcink.com/ind...entry41987

I have also established a Discord server to discuss a new polsim round: https://discord.gg/GZaGPdc

I hope all those interested join in with discussions somehow.
Malcolm Keane MP
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I do tend to agree that this would at least be worth considering before throwing the whole concept on the scrapheap.
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Hopefully we can get something sorted. I think we should start talks of a merger to keep this community going.
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This was discussed on PolUK’s chat on telegram. We’re not interested in merging with RB.
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I don't understand? You'd rather see nothing than something?
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Rather nothing than a merger with RB.
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Fair enough, just seems a bit of an unwarranted hostility lol!
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Hi all, there are no plans for a merger with RB. If RB decides to run a new round then we wish them luck, but PolUk will not be merging with any game.
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Well if anyone wants to play at RB, the forum link is above
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