Monday, September 17, 2012

The Black (Loop) Hole

Many of us know that in Tiny Empires 3000, that once your a Guild Leader, there is no easy way to abdicate or pass your guild on to a subordinate under you.  Unlike the classic game of Tiny Empires which does have abdication, which subjects the Monarch wishing to abdicate, to a number negative effects within the game.  But some do decide to take this course of action and quite often, someone under them takes control of their kingdom.

There is no formal way to abdicate in Tiny Empires 3000. There are several Minor Guilds whose Guild Leaders have basically quit playing and cut their subordinates loose to pursue their own dreams. But if you really want to quit playing Tiny Empires 3000, Ultralite Soleil will grant you a request to be removed from the game.  Now if your a Guild Leader, your Guild will cease to exist, your subordinates will end up without a superior, and you, if you decide to play Tiny Empires 3000 ever again will have to get a new HUD and start from scratch, all over again.  I also suspect, that if you were able to form a new Guild again, you probably won't be allowed to reuse the same Guild name you used previously.

Basically what this sounds like to me is, it is like setting your Guild on a course into a Black Hole in space. Everyone gets sucked into the Black Hole, nothing comes out...The only evidence that your Guild ever existed, maybe a footnote on the Tiny Empires 3000 Wiki or in a past post on this Blog...

From the Shadows Emerges Tunaverse Immortalis!

September 16th, 2012 the Tunaverse Immortalis Guild is formed by Guild Leader The Wizard of Odd (tuna.oddfellow).  "I ascended from Shadow Guild at August 3019," he said from his tuna can... err Starbase.
Tuna had this to say on his ascension:
"It has been a true delight spending the time I have had with Shadow Guild.  Now it is time to spread our wings.   I am so proud of the commitment of those who are joining us.  This is our ascension and they share in the success. I could not do it with out them.
Long live Tunaverse Immortalis"
Tuna also claims to be somewhat famous:
"My avatar won Avatars Got Talent in 2007 and appeared on America's Got Talent on NBC and I won a million Linden dollars which was the largest prize in Second Life back in the day...  My life is stranger than fiction.
Million SL Dollars... think that's about $1000 US.... Probably wrong, math is my weakness.

Congratulations to Guild Leader Tuna Oddfellow and his new Guild,  Tunaverse Immortalis!