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Philosophy:TW- Updates 8.4

June 12, 2012 in Philosophy:TW

Philosophy:TW

TW.net updates to version 8.4

As usual in the ongoing hierarchy of improvements to Tribal Wars, a new version is out with some both controversial and long-awaited changes. First, here’s a list of the changes. Following that, I’ll discuss some of the most important ones and give my predictions as for what this will mean for the way TW is played… if it will have any changes at all.

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Why Do You TW?

April 21, 2012 in Philosophy:TW

Philosophy:TW

What makes you TW?

When you consider how much something as basic as a game means to you, one really has to start at the origin… why do you play? Games like Tribal Wars are known for being engaging, fun, and a great way to spend time.

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Philosophy:TW- Tips for Applying to the Blog

April 19, 2012 in Philosophy:TW

Philosophy:TW

Tips for Applying to the Blog

As you are reading this, I hope you are up to the task of becoming part of the Blog team, an honor that includes both great responsibility and an awesome purple color on your forum name (wahoo!) in one package.

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TW:Philosophy- Bias and Media

April 2, 2011 in Philosophy:TW

Philosophy:TW bannerWhen you sit down to watch or tune into the nightly news, you are unconsciously listening to the opinion of someone else. Although news organizations and groups, such as our very own TW blog, try to keep bias low (or in some cases, the opposite), it always sneaks in to the smallest degree. To be able to detect bias and cope around it is something that is a crucial skill to survive well in situations such as PnP debates, diplomatic discussions, and even discussions on game features. In this issue of TW:Philosophy, we’ll explore what bias really is and how one can see through it to find the hard facts.

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Philosophy:TW- Governments

March 6, 2011 in Philosophy:TW

Philosophy:TW banner Greetings, readers! In this new side-series of blogs, we will look into real world comparisons to TribalWars aspects and compare historical empires to existing tribes. This episode will focus on government types and how they are reflected in Tribal Wars. For instance, the long-standing argument of what system is best will be discussed and reviewed and a number of opinions and explanations will be presented from multiple groups.

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