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[PHA/LLA] - Game Over - The Grid is Secured.

SYSOPSYSOP Registered User regular
edited April 2011 in Critical Failures
P H A / L L A
Personalized Holographic Avatar / Laplacian Lattice Architecture

A Blarnfidel Production

with thanks to Edcrab and lonelyahava for writing, content, feedback, and more.

“You’re a fed,” Duentes breathed. “You don’t work for one of the corps. All that crap about buying products and brand loyalty… you’re a G-man. You always have been!”

Mr. Sign shrugged. He dropped the cigarette and crushed it under his expensive Italian heel. “I wouldn’t say I was a departmental employee but… yes, you cracked it, how very well done. I work for the government.”

“You tried to kill me!”

“God, no. No. We just tried to put you off the trail. You’re hard-working, loyal, and intelligent. Well, in matters beyond computing at least. If you’d been born twenty years later, you’d have been a world-class detective.”

“Yeah? Well this is my world.” Duentes waggled his sidearm meaningfully. He’d set it to stun, but non-lethal or not… electrified barbs still hurt like hell.

Sign rolled his eyes. “Isn’t it just.”


“Excuse me?”

“That’s what I’ve been asking from the beginning. Why are you doing this?”

“Let me paint you a picture.” Sign clasped his hands together and smiled. “Imagine if you made a public transport network, set to revolutionise the city. Imagine if a tiny minority had discovered a way to fill up every transport car with their own slovenly fat asses and cheap merchandise while hard-working citizens were turned away at stations because there was no more room. Clogging up our nice clean systems with their shit because they think they have more of a right to it than the average citizen…”

“…or the big businesses that line the government’s pockets?”

Sign laughed. It was a surprisingly deep laugh, harsh and gurgling, at complete odds with his calm, collected speaking manner. “Corporate conspiracy? Again? No, frankly most of the conglomerates are our bitches. We can pass an anti-monopoly law and rip out their hearts. They have to toe the line. They work to keep us happy, and not the other way around.”

“So, stupid metaphors aside, you’re killing people for network security.”

“Oh, think a bit more broadly for once, Agent. Network security, national security. It’s our infrastructure. The launch was going to change everything for the better. These… goddamned script kiddies run around causing chaos, for money, for fun, just out of sheer evil-minded stubbornness. If we unify the grid, it’ll be an economic golden age. And we can concentrate on stopping foreign cyber attacks instead of rounding up the whining, pathetic little shits fucking us around on our own soil. We’re enforcing the network in order to get back control of the real world.”

“That’s a lot of vitriol. They’re not real hackers, huh? But you are?”

“Please. Fifteen years ago I was scratching at my acne and queuing up to play in the latest Infinite Knives booth, just like everyone else. But I was never one of them. I never got fun out of screwing up other peoples’ systems. I liked to fix things, modify them. And then see how things turned out.”

Sign lit up another cigarette.

“It has nothing to do with your ‘talent’. It has everything to do with your cause.”

“And the Cyberpimp’s cause wasn’t pure enough. That’s why your people are attacking his people.”

“What?” Mr. Sign looked genuinely aghast. “No, he pays his taxes and his bills. We don’t give a fuck about him. I suspect it was one of the sects who was giving him trouble. They’re giving us all trouble.”

That wasn’t in the script, but Duentes had an excellent poker face.

Sign took a long drag and exhaled a strangely voluminous cloud of smoke. “So what next, Agent? You’re going to take me in? Make everything nice and public?”

“Something like that, yes.”

“Not going to happen.” Sign reached into his jacket.

Duentes pulled the trigger. The gun crumbled in his hand.

The realisation hit him like a freight train to the face.

“Christ, I’m still jacked in...


Sign brought his hand back out… it was holding some sort of symb—

۝)): and you won’t be able to get out of here unless we let you.

۝)): So stop pulling triggers and start paying attention.



The world is a dystopian future of our own. Unchecked population and industrial growth have reduced the quality and quantity of habitation and resources. Corporations have catapulted themselves in power to the point that they have extraterritorial rights, contesting national governments on almost equal footing. You spend as little time as possible in this world, instead escaping to the augmented reality system PHA/LLA, aka The Grid.

The grid is an alright place to be, at least for a user like yourself. Your ability gives you power there and the means to exercise it, for legitimate or otherwise purpose. Hackers like you have plenty to see and do, opportunities always there to whip up a stellar avatar for some kid with credits to burn or records with hot paydata to spoof into.

Well, it's not just ability. It also takes some real serious wetware implanted in that head of yours, but it paid for itself in under a year and the memories now lost you're pretty sure are better off that way. Enabling hackers to interface with the system on the level necessary to do what they do better than any other user, it also comes with some risks...

Win Conditions

The village represents the hackers of the PHA/LLA grid, those who exercise their ability for fun, profit, or just to make a statement. Directly in opposition to them are the government operatives, sworn to protect the integrity of the grid from those who might cause mischief. The game ends when either all government assets are eliminated, ensuring the freedom of the network for all, or when the government forces equal or outnumber the other players, securing the network from chaotic elements. There may also be others with their own objectives and purposes for being on the PHA/LLA grid.

General Mechanics

Besides the standard voting gameplay that will be taking place in this thread, players will have personal pages upon which they will be navigating the PHA/LLA system, collectively known as the grid. Each game day, or cycle, players will navigate the grid by moving between nodes clustered into groups of systems. Each players’ synchronization to the grid, or sync for short, can be used to hack into records, interesting targets from which information, money, or programs, collectively known as paydata, can be extracted. If a player’s sync falls to zero, they’ll be dumped from the grid for the remainder of the cycle. Besides the locating and hacking into records, players will also be able to purchase and activate macros, executables that provide special abilities while on the grid. Players are limited by the number of tasks that they can run at a single time and the total number that can be run in a single cycle. Particularly powerful macros will take multiple task or memory slots to run. Wetware may be purchased to enhance ones’ abilities on the grid, but upgrades do not come cheap.


Each game day, all players get a vote on who to eliminate from the game, indicating that player’s name in bold red, posting "!vote for <player name>" or similar phrase. You may retract a vote by posting "!retract vote for <player name>" or similar phrase in bold lime or change your vote by making another one in bold red. Votes made against a player in the same system as you are worth 1.5 times a standard vote. (Data trunks do not count as parts of a system, and have no effect on vote strength.) The player with the most votes is eliminated from the game, fractional votes after summing being rounded up. Should there be a tie in the vote, then each player involved in the tie has a random chance of being eliminated, with the condition that at least one person is eliminated.

Voting will close each cycle at 7PM PDT / 9PM CDT / 10PM EDT / 2AM UTC; any actions before the hour (x:59) will count, any actions on the hour and later (x:00) will not.

Signing Up

Sign up with the phrase "I !sign up" or similar phrase in bold lime or other bright, easily visible color to ensure that your intent to play is acknowledged.


It is expected that players vote and take their actions each day to be considered sufficiently active. A warning will be sent on the first day that this requirement is not met, and a replacement will be made on the second consecutive day of inactivity or third day of inactivity overall. If there are no replacements available, then the player will be eliminated from the game.


Any questions about the general game rules may be made by highlighting the question in bold orange text. Answers will be posted in the thread and collected in the below section. Player-specific inquiries that are not addressed in the general rules may be asked via PM to the host. Please note that there may be mechanics or details which will not be answered and kept hidden until the end of the game.

Other Rules

Standard Phalla rules apply: no sharing of host-provided PMs via screenshots and direct quotation. However, information may be shared indirectly, such as through rephrasing. No anonymous contact is allowed. All messages must be traceable to a player in the game.

Players’ personal pages are to be treated in the same manner as role PMs in a standard game. That means no sharing of account URLs and passwords, even between trusted players.

In the spirit of this game being about hacking, any exploits or bugs found should be reported to Infidel for an in-game reward. :^: Please don't spoil the spirit of a game and fair play, however.

If any players create "proboards" for private communication, please send a link for it to the host.

Questions and Answers

Q: What the hell is going on? I feel like something is missing.
A: We will be updating the OP with more details as the signups progress. Further details will be posted at the start of Day 0; there will hopefully be ample time to digest them before the game starts proper.

Q: Who should I PM for game stuffs?
A: Any mechanical orders, questions, proboards, etc. should be sent to SYSOP. If there is a question or issue with the pages, contact Infidel directly. If you wish to pick on MrBlarney, feel free to flood his inbox. 8-):whistle:

Q: Are node effects preset, or variable? Are there random effects? If two players enter the same node at the same time, will they experience the same effect? What about on different days?
A: Effects would be variable, and while some things may be generated they will function in a non-random fashion. All movement is simultaneous and effects will not function on a first-come first-served basis anyways. If you are in a node with an effect then you will be affected by it unless you have means to avoid it.

Q: If you use all your Sync you are booted from the Grid. If this happens is your vote till counted? If it is still counted, is "off the Grid" considered it's own system?
A: The game thread is considered to basically be a hacker board on some unknown node, where everyone has access and hides behind their aliases. Even if you're not able to sync to the Grid, you can get on a dumb terminal to read and post and vote. Being offline does not count as a system.

Q: Does being kicked off the Grid due to loss of Sync mean you can't be targeted by macros? (since you're no longer on a targetable system/node)
A: You cannot be targeted by macros off the grid.

Q: If we get booted off The Grid due to low sync do we lose any of the macros/paydata we've collected? Also, how fast does sync regenerate?
A:You do not lose anything if you are dumped. During maintenance cycle, everyone is refreshed a % of sync equal to 20 - (current sync / 5). This applies to those dumped, bringing them back in at 20% and a random hub node.

Q: What happens to someone's credits, macros, and other stuff if they are eliminated?
A: They are lost to the grid. They might show up down the road to an industrious enough hacker picking up the fragments.



  • SYSOPSYSOP Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Mechanics Overview

    Every 24 hours there will be a cycle, starting with Cycle 1. At 00:00 hours, PHA/LLA goes down for maintenance, and will usually resume operation within an hour.

    Within a cycle, there are slices. Every 10 minutes is a slice. All events transpire simultaneously at these slices. If you move, you only order a move; it will actually happen when the next slice comes. There are therefore 144 slices in the 24 hour cycle, although maintenance eats up a few of these.

    Moves are queued. A move between nodes can happen wherever there are edges. Movement between systems is not anything extra. Every time you move, you must wait 6 hours before you can move again. You can queue a move when you are waiting, and it will occur as soon as possible. Only one move can be queued at a time.

    Movement occurs at the end of action resolution.

    Macros are scheduled. You have the ability to say when a macro will start (and who it will target) for any future slice in the current cycle. Macros tend to have durations, executing and terminating on certain slices.

    Macros require tasks and memory. You have a number of tasks per cycle you may perform, and an amount of memory. You must have enough tasks remaining to cover the costs of the macro when it executes, and you cannot execute a macro if the memory cost combined with the memory cost of all macros running at that time would exceed your total memory. If you cannot meet the costs then it will fail to execute.

    Macros that require a target may specify Node or System or Grid. When targeting a macro, it must be valid at the time of scheduling. This means that if schedule a Node macro on someone in your local node for immediate execution, it will happen, but if you schedule it for a future slice, they may move to another node in the system, or off the system entirely, and it will fail when it tries to execute.

    Synchronization is a reflection of your connection and unity with the PHA/LLA system. If it ever drops to 0% or below you will be dumped from the Grid for the rest of the cycle. Sync can be regained over time or by certain effects, and is spent during the process of spoofing. Spoofing is tricking the PHA/LLA system into acknowledging your avatar as another, which is a genuine hacker skill and not something anyone simply with the right macros can do. Spoofing is key to scoring unauthorized access to files and systems, in this game mainly the process of opening records.

    Grid Overview

    This is your regional grid and field of play.


    While there are many more nodes in systems than this (some have thousands), these are the ones highlighted for play. Each coloured cluster represents a specific system, with the regional PHA/LLA hub in the center. The intersystem nodes, aka the data trunk, are not part of a system at all, and function as if they were their own one-node systems.

    • PHA/LLA Hub
    • Pepper Park
    • Infinite City
    • Harvale Institutes
    • Domain Highlands
    • Gilt Tradecorp
    • Sauro Industrial System

    Players may decide which node in the hub they would like to begin the game in, nodes 1 through 6. If no PM is sent to SYSOP with the desired starting node, a node will be randomly assigned to you.

    When you are sync-dumped, you will appear after next cycle maintenance in a randomly assigned hub node.


    Occasionally, records will pop up on the Grid containing hacker desirables. This paydata usually takes the form of credits, but sometimes useful information may be gleaned, or for the very lucky, macros that enhance ones' abilities. Of course, some records may contain information along the lines of spam or even malevolent countereffects meant to deter hacking behaviours. When a record is found, it will take a certain amount of synchronization to spoof your identity to access the data. Records are refreshed over the course of each cycle, appearing at random times.


    Macros are abilities that can be activated to perform special effects. Some of these allow you to gain information, some of them allow you to force malicious effects on others, most are defensive in nature. Each macro requires a certain number of tasks and free memory to run. In addition, each has a different scope of activation. "Self" scope macros can only be used on onesself, "Node" scope macros can only be used on players in the same node as you, and "System" scope macros can only be used on players in the same system as you. Make sure you note that the "trunk" nodes don't actually count as part of any system.

    You can obtain more macros by finding shops on the Grid and purchasing them with credits. Certain shops also specialize in wetware, enhancing your general abilities. Each shop will only be open at certain times of each cycle, and different shops may have different prices for the same items.

    Macro Examples

    Tracer - (task 1, memory 1, system)
    This macro allows you to trace movements made by another player along edges of the grid for six hours.

    Sniffer - (task 1, memory 1, node)
    This macro allows you to trace the macro invocations made by another player in your node for four hours.

    Scramble - (task 1, memory 1, self)
    This macro blocks the effects of Tracer and Sniffer on you for its four-hour duration. The macro user will be aware that he is being scrambled.

    Hyperlink - (task 1, memory 1, self)
    This macro allows you to transit to any other node in the current system. This requires a movement action to be free and will trigger movement cooldown.

    Firewall - (task 1, memory 1, self)
    This macro nullifies the effect of basic IC systems for four hours.

    Shell - (task 2, memory 1, self)
    This macro prevents other macros from affecting you for its four-hour duration, but also prevents you from invoking macros of your own. This macro cannot be cancelled once it has been invoked.

    Invis - (task 1, memory 2, self)
    This macro hides your presence on whois listings for eight hours.

    Intrusion Countermeasures (IC)

    Be careful when exploring. Intrusion Countermeasures, or IC, have been developed to deter unwelcome parties from accessing sensitive information on the grid. When you enter or remain in a node containing IC, you'll suffer from negative effects such as reduction of sync or restriction of movement. IC may also be present in hackable records. Only the activation of the Firewall macro will prevent these effects, and even then more powerful IC can still get through. (The Shell macro does not protect against IC.)


    Credits can be sent between players on the same node. Macros may also be traded, although some restrictions may apply.

    What Is Going On?!

    Alright, so with that all in mind, how do you play?

    As a hacker, you'll want to maybe explore and spoof, looking for juicy info and gathering credits to further yourself. Or you could tail someone you suspect and see if you can catch them up to no good. Everyone has something to offer from the start of Cycle 1.

    Don't forget to vote of course! The vote is the executing of the hacker community's will, in practice typically with a jolt of energy enough to cause cortical liquefaction. It is a rather unfortunate way to go, seeing how many victims aren't personable enough to have gone noticed missing until after their stench escapes their rundown apartment.

    Since voting is affected by your location within systems, there is a literal mob aspect to it to keep in mind.


    How to navigate PHA/LLA

    Each player has their own personal page linking them to PHA/LLA. These should be treated like any other host PM: that means no sharing of links or screenshots of the grid. When you access your page, you will be asked for a PIN, provided in your link PM.

    Entering your PIN will bring you to the main page. Game features may be accessed from this and connected pages.

    In the center of the screen, you can see the local area of the Grid you are in. To make a movement, you can click on a node adjacent to yours, connected with a glowing edge. A box will pop up asking you to confirm the choice. If your movement action is available, then you will move at the start of the next slice (each slice is 10 minutes). Otherwise, the movement will be queued up and will be resolved once your movement cooldown period has ended (normally 6 hours). The upper right-hand box gives information about your location, including node number and system name. You can also find a link to show the entire grid map. If there is an open shop in the current node, you can also find information about items sold there.

    If there are records in the current node, you will find them in the lower right corner. To try and hack a record, click on its name and a box will pop up telling you its sync cost to hack. If you confirm that you wish to spoof the record, and you have sufficient sync to do so, an attempt to open it will be made at the next slice. If multiple players try to open the same record simultaneously, the attempt will fail and some sync will be lost. Otherwise, you will be informed at the next slice the results of your hacking.

    In the upper left, you can see your personal information. This tells you your sync level, the number of tasks you have remaining in the current cycle, your maximum memory, and the amount of credits you have. To the right of the user information box is the whois listing. The whois listing shows the players that are in the same system as you. A double chevron next to a player's name indicates that they are also in the same node as you. If someone is in the same node as you, you can transfer credits or macros to them. Click on their name, and a box will appear asking how much you wish to transfer. A minimum of 20 credits must be transferred. If you want to transfer macros, click <<trade>> and select the macro you wish to give. You can't give away your starting macros, however.

    In the lower left, you can see your most recent log messages. If you want to look at messages further back, you can click the link in the upper right corner of the box to bring up complete reports from the current and past cycles.

    In the centre left, you can see your action information. At the top of the box, you can see your movement cooldown bar. If you are able to make a movement, the bar will be full, and the status "Ready". Otherwise, you can see at what time your next movement can or will be made. Below the movement information, you will find a summary of currently executing macros. Clicking the upper right corner of the box allows you to access, set, and cancel your macros.

    The macro screen is divided into three areas. In the lower left, a listing of your current macros is given. Clicking on a macro icon brings up information about the macro's costs and effects to the box on the right. If applicable, a box with a list of applicable macro targets will be shown in the lower right hand corner. To queue up a macro for execution, the bar in the right-hand box can be dragged to the timeline in the upper box. If a target is needed for the macro, the player's name must be selected first.

    The upper box shows the timeline progress of the current cycle and allows you to manage the cancellation of your macros. The current slice is highlighted, while past slices are dimmed out. When the current slice hits the location of a queued macro, the macro begins to run. If insufficient tasks or memory is available, the macro will be cancelled instead. If you want to look at a queued or currently-running macro's information, you can click on the bar; information will show up in the lower-right box. Macros can be cancelled from the <<cancel>> link. If the macro is currently running, then a box will pop up to confirm the cancellation.

    Records and Spoofing - the Short Version

    Records are fragments of information and data. Accessing them requires spoofing the identity checks. Spoofing requires wetware to keep up with the instability of spoofing your connection and even then there is a synchronization cost to the Grid. The ability to spoof is what sets hackers apart from the macro kiddies.

    Right click on a record in the lower right and it will show you how much sync it will cost to spoof. Confirm and you will spoof it during the next slice. If multiple hackers are spoofing a record, it will be in contention and no one will claim it, but everyone will pay a 5% sync penalty.

    Records contain all sorts of useful data, such as paydata that is worth credits, macros (malicious or not, so watch out), information, and sometimes just plain ol' junk.

    Happy hunting!

    Stores and Wetware

    You may purchase goods from the stores that pop up temporarily all over the Grid. Macros are first-come-first-served, wetware upgrades if you can find them are available to all. Wetware lets you schedule a little surgery offline to increase your Tasks and Memory, reduce spoofing costs, and reduce your movement timer.


    PHA/LLA Questions and Answers

    Q: Something is broken.
    A: Give a detailed description of what exactly is broken and send it to Infidel.

    Q: What's the difference between Tasks and Memory?
    A: Tasks are used up when a macro is invoked, based on the macro. The number of tasks that can be run each cycle is limited, but reset each cycle. Memory is the limit on what you can run all at once. You cannot be executing more than what the macros take up in memory combined.

    Q: How do I add a macro to the timeline? How to I remove one from the queue?
    A: To add a macro to the timeline, you need to click on its icon in the lower left box then drag the time bar from the right-hand box. To remove a macrom from the timeline, select it from the timeline, then select <<cancel>> from the lower-right box. See above for more details.

    Q: Can I queue up a movement to occur in a new cycle?
    A: Yes. However, you are still subject to normal movement cooldown restrictions.

    Q: Can I move and take a macro action simultaneously?
    A: Yes. Moves are independent of using macros or other actions. Moves occur last in each slice, for timing issues.

    SYSOP on
  • SYSOPSYSOP Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Player List

    Eliminated Cycle 1
    MaxFrost - Hacker - fused synapse
    simulacrum - Connected Hacker - disappeared
    Teucrian - Hacker - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 2
    CaptainPlanet82 - Hacker, Church of the Real Convert - disappeared
    Lucedes - Hacker - disappeared
    oldmanken - Enhanced Hacker - disappeared
    Rawkking Goodguy - Hacker - disappeared
    ronrab - Infinite Crew - fused synapse
    towndrunk34 - Infamous Hacker - linkdead

    Eliminated Cycle 3
    FecklessRogue - Church of the Real Evangelist - disappeared
    mascara305 - Church of the Real Evangelist - fused synapse
    romanqwerty - Hunter Hacker - disappeared
    stever777 - Enhanced Hacker - disappeared
    Unsalted - Enhanced Hacker - fused synapse

    Eliminated Cycle 4
    Heffling - Enhanced Hacker - disappeared
    TrueNeverborn - Hacker - fused synapse
    Zandracon - Gilt Tradecorp Security Agent - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 5
    Capfalcon - Hacker, Church of the Real Convert - disappeared
    Farangu - Hacker - fused synapse
    Mr. Defecation - Hacker - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 6
    Alt_Raven - Cyber Escort - disappeared
    Dunadan019 - Elite Hacker - fused synapse
    FunkyWaltDogg - Hacker - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 7
    FreeAgent - Infamous Hacker - fused synapse
    [strike]Arivia[/strike] Gumpy - Hacker - disappeared
    immortal squish - Hacker - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 8
    [strike]thatguy00[/strike] Daius - Cyber Escort - linkdead
    daniant - Church of the Real Evangelist - disappeared
    sterling3763 - Hacker - fused synapse
    The Anonymous - Hunter Hacker - disappeared
    The Cow King - Government Agent - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 9
    Ardor - Infamous Hacker - disappeared
    Burnage - Hacker - disappeared

    Eliminated Cycle 10
    Green - Infamous Hacker - disappeared
    Matev - Government Agent - braindeath
    Megatin - Infinite Crew - disappeared
    Nodgarb - Hacker - fused synapse
    Ringo - Government Agent - braindeath

    Eliminated Cycle 11
    Gandalf_the_Crazed - Hacker - disappeared
    [strike]Cynic Jester[/strike] godmode - Hacker - dumpshock
    Hippie - Government Agent - fused synapse
    Stew_Stick - Hacker - dumpshock

    Eliminated Cycle 12
    Wildcat - Infinite Crew - fused synapse
    jackisreal - Hacker - dumpshocked and disappeared
    Raiden333 - Connected Hacker - fused synapse
    Darian - Grid Hacker / Ghost in the Grid - ???

    Surviving Players
    3clipse - Government Agent
    Alegis - Gilt Tradecorp Security Agent
    Dragon6860 - Government Agent
    Egos - Cyber Pimp
    Kay - Government Agent
    Phyphor - Gilt Tradecorp Security Agent
    Spoit - Cyber Escort
    Void Slayer - Government Agent

    Game over, Government Agents victorious.

    Gilt Tradecorp Security Agents meet their win condition.

    Cyber Escorts meet their win condition.

    Narrations and Links

    Cycle 0: The Secret War
    Cycle 2: Coercion
    Cycle 3: The Cyberpimp
    Cycle 4: Investigation
    Cycle 5: Agitation
    Cycle 6: Alignment
    Cycle 7: Fear
    Cycle 8: Security
    Cycle 9: Church of Reality
    Cycle 10: Flux
    Cycle 11: Anomaly
    Cycle 12: Understanding
    Cycle 13: PHA/LLA

    Hosts' Proboard
    Master Spreadsheet

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  • stever777stever777 AFK most Saturdays Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    I !sign up
    Can't do as bad as I did in CvP!

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  • M.D.M.D. and then what happens? Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Sign up numerooooo bleep la

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  • TrueNeverbornTrueNeverborn Registered User
    edited March 2011
    SignupFor the Win!

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    So if you love games and I love games... Why are we not playing... **sees the forum** OOOOHHHH Yeh!
  • InfidelInfidel Heretic Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    FYI: Cycle 0 will start Thursday at day start.

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  • EgosEgos Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    System Start


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  • Raiden333Raiden333 Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    !Log in

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  • Rawkking GoodguyRawkking Goodguy Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Let's go back inside the [strike]TV[/strike] grid.
    Thank whatever powers may be that most of this phalla is gonna be during my spring break.

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  • SpoitSpoit *twitch twitch* Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    bleep blorp

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  • CapfalconCapfalcon Tunnel Snakes Rule Capital WastelandRegistered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Sign Up!

    And now bed time awaits!

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  • daniantdaniant Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
  • GreenGreen Stick around. I'm full of bad ideas.Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    I fight for the user

    (by which I mean me)

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  • LucedesLucedes never stops, never started Registered User regular
    edited March 2011

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  • 3clipse3clipse I will build a labyrinth to house the cheese Registered User regular
    edited March 2011

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    YaYa wrote: »
  • stever777stever777 AFK most Saturdays Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Daniat is "mafia"!

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  • CaptainPlanet82CaptainPlanet82 Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Wait... we move between the nodes ...or we are the nodes? whoa. totally.

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  • LucedesLucedes never stops, never started Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    also please no triple mafia


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  • romanqwertyromanqwerty Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Can i be a seer this time plx?

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  • EgosEgos Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Wait... we move between the nodes ...or we are the nodes? whoa. totally.

    "moving between nodes"

    So yeah we aren't nodes..

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  • InfidelInfidel Heretic Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Lucedes wrote: »
    also please no triple mafia


    Mafia, infiltrated by a secret mafia, infiltrated by a secret SK.

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  • EgosEgos Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    The Mustached Man doth Lurketh


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  • The AnonymousThe Anonymous Uh, uh, uhhhhhh... Uh, uh.Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Sign up like a boss

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  • jackisrealjackisreal Registered User
    edited March 2011
    !Sign UP

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  • KayKay What we need... Is a little bit of PANIC.Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    !But... but you gotta think of a cool hacker name, Joey.

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  • SpoitSpoit *twitch twitch* Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    With a name like that, he's probably in the top percent of all hackers

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  • FreeAgentFreeAgent Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    It's been a long time. I considered allowing you to start this game without me. But then I realized-
    [SIZE="3"][COLOR="Lime"][B]!I'm sorry. I can't let you do that.[/B][/COLOR]

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  • Dunadan019Dunadan019 Registered User regular
    edited March 2011

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  • AlegisAlegis Impeckable Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Would you like to subscribe to this Phalla? (Y/N)

    > Y

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  • FecklessRogueFecklessRogue Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    I've never done one of these before, but if that's cool, !implant the wetware.

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  • Ghostly ClockworkGhostly Clockwork Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Signin up! It's been so long...

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  • Cynic JesterCynic Jester Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Jacking in

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  • towndrunk34towndrunk34 Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    If I didn't have my wetware I think I'd hack myself
    ...Wrong phalla, sorry.

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    >You don't want to drink that water anyway. Somebody tried to jizz in it last page.

  • Void SlayerVoid Slayer Very Suspicious Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    Control the web? But the internet is about the sale and exchange of other people's ideas!

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  • oldmankenoldmanken Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    SIGN UP!

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  • RingoRingo Out of things to say Heartbreak HillRegistered User regular
    edited March 2011
    I can't Phalla and watch basketball at the same time, can I?


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  • HippieHippie Registered User regular
    edited March 2011
    This looks interesting.

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  • UnsaltedUnsalted Registered User
    edited March 2011
    Hacker?! I barely knew her!

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  • HefflingHeffling No Pic EverRegistered User regular
    edited March 2011
    !Sign up

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    If a movement doesn't have someone that can sit down opposite those in a position of power and strike a deal, how can that movement achieve success?
  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited March 2011
    I totally saved a spot back when infi. :P

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