A team of desperate Poles

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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by YZQ » Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:19 am

The Polish are awesome, especially in the eras where Poland didn't exist.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Xanatos » Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:39 am

A short, fat man and his friend walk into a museum of medieval torture devices. He notices a medieval rack and convinces the friend to help him try it out. His friend straps him onto the rack and begins operating it. After a few minutes, the man gets off the rack, now rendered tall and thin by the stretching imposed by the device. His friend asks him how he feels and he responds simply "I feel a little pole-ish."

I regret nothing.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Funcik » Sat Feb 16, 2013 3:12 pm

Group gathered: ✓
Forum made: ✓
KS installed: ✓
Permission from Four Leaf Studios: not yet :(

Still waiting for most important thing: any response.

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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Beoran » Sat Feb 16, 2013 3:48 pm

Send a pivate message to silentcook, he'll tell you if you have any chance to pull this off.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Sedinus » Sat Feb 16, 2013 6:01 pm

Can't say that his signature fills me with confidence, but hey, why not.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Xybaro » Sat Feb 16, 2013 7:06 pm

You should visit their public IRC channel, the devs usually chill in there :wink:

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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by FoxtrotZero » Sun Feb 17, 2013 1:23 am

reddocksw wrote:I'm Mateusz (I bet my name is easier to pronounce than my nick because even I don't know how to pronounce it properly lol), 17 and I'm Polish high-school student. I'm aware that I don't use coherent English and I suppose my post will be full of grammatical errors, yet I don't have any problems with understanding English. Enthusiasm is my sword, and knowledge is my shield.
Actually, your English isn't bad. I think I noticed maybe three or four minor errors in your post, and I'm the guy who notices if you so much as word something badly.

This doesn't seem like your normal rag-tag bunch of gung-ho misfits. This looks like an organized and dedicated team of people who are serious about doing a job and doing it well. I think if 4LS is interested in having their beautiful story recieved by as many people as possible, as they purport to be, that they should seriously consider giving these people the go-ahead.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Dr. Casey » Sun Feb 17, 2013 1:49 am

FoxtrotZero wrote:This doesn't seem like your normal rag-tag bunch of gung-ho misfits. This looks like an organized and dedicated team of people who are serious about doing a job and doing it well. I think if 4LS is interested in having their beautiful story recieved by as many people as possible, as they purport to be, that they should seriously consider giving these people the go-ahead.
Agreed.

Not to mention that you can't help but love these guys. They're pretty fun and high-spirited.

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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Xanatos » Sun Feb 17, 2013 1:54 am

Dr. Casey wrote:
FoxtrotZero wrote:This doesn't seem like your normal rag-tag bunch of gung-ho misfits. This looks like an organized and dedicated team of people who are serious about doing a job and doing it well. I think if 4LS is interested in having their beautiful story recieved by as many people as possible, as they purport to be, that they should seriously consider giving these people the go-ahead.
Agreed.

Not to mention that you can't help but love these guys. They're pretty fun and high-spirited.
Are you calling them drunks? :P
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<KeiichiO>: "That's a beautiful response to chocolate."

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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Sedinus » Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:43 am

Not every Pole is a drunkard, you know. Some people stay away from booze.

Probably.

I guess.

Maybe.

Alright, everyone is constantly wasted. Damn.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Xanatos » Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:55 am

Sedinus wrote:
Not every Pole is a drunkard, you know. Some people stay away from booze.

Probably.

I guess.

Maybe.

Alright, everyone is constantly wasted. Damn.
Love the avatar. What's it from?
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<Ascension>: "I laughed, cried, vomited in my mouth a little, and even had time for marshmallows afterwards. Well played, Xanatos. Well played."
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Sedinus » Sun Feb 17, 2013 5:15 am

Xanatos wrote:Love the avatar. What's it from?
Minami-ke. In fact this shirt is so popular that it even has its own website.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by pandaphil » Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:44 am

Xanatos wrote:
Dr. Casey wrote:
FoxtrotZero wrote:This doesn't seem like your normal rag-tag bunch of gung-ho misfits. This looks like an organized and dedicated team of people who are serious about doing a job and doing it well. I think if 4LS is interested in having their beautiful story recieved by as many people as possible, as they purport to be, that they should seriously consider giving these people the go-ahead.
Agreed.

Not to mention that you can't help but love these guys. They're pretty fun and high-spirited.
Are you calling them drunks? :P

Nah, you're thinking of Russians.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Umber » Sun Feb 17, 2013 1:50 pm

pandaphil wrote:

Nah, you're thinking of Russians.
You can't really call them drunks if their alcohol looks like water.
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Re: A team of desperate Poles

Post by Sedinus » Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:17 am

God damn, it was a painful birth, but I have finally managed to set up a website and a forum for our project. Oh, and our team goes by the name of "Polish Route" now. At first glance these may look like copies of the official website and this forum, respectively... because they are. Hope you guys won't sue me because of this, I just like the color scheme an awful lot. To all the pros out there - if you can, please save your scolding for later, this is the best I could do with my somewhat... limited, because I don't want to say nonexistent, HTML/CSS experience. So yeah. Image

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