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  1. Not the Territory liked Wreybies's post in the thread How would you rate your people skills?.

    I focus more on asking questions than making statements in my writing. I think that's another lens through which your question can be...

    Sep 20, 2020 at 3:08 PM
  2. Not the Territory replied to the thread Establishing an economy (from nothing).

    While the dead probably wouldn't leave a lot of gold coins laying around, I think precious metals/gems are the way to go. Jewelry stores...

    Sep 18, 2020 at 8:25 PM
  3. Not the Territory liked NigeTheHat's post in the thread Establishing an economy (from nothing).

    At its core, currency is based on trust. We trust that we can trade our dollars or pounds or gold or seashells with someone else for...

    Sep 18, 2020 at 8:16 PM
  4. Not the Territory liked Kyle Phoenix's post in the thread Establishing an economy (from nothing).

    This may not be entirely helpful, but it might help you understand some issues currency could raise. Wikipedia divides currency down in...

    Sep 18, 2020 at 8:15 PM
  5. Not the Territory liked Cave Troll's post in the thread It's the apocalypse, and you can only save one book. Which one?.

    I will play fair too. And if anything else it will be great as a blunt instrument. :P [ATTACH]

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  6. Not the Territory liked Iain Aschendale's post in the thread It's the apocalypse, and you can only save one book. Which one?.

    From the New York Times: And no, they never forced me to read him, it's just that his work has pioneered a path which some writers...

    Sep 18, 2020 at 8:08 PM
  7. Not the Territory liked Iain Aschendale's post in the thread It's the apocalypse, and you can only save one book. Which one?.

    On the theory that many of the books I love (Use of Weapons, The Algebraist) will be covered by someone else, I'm going to go with...

    Sep 18, 2020 at 8:07 PM
  8. Not the Territory liked Wreybies's post in the thread It's the apocalypse, and you can only save one book. Which one?.

    My offer, plus proof that I played fair. ;) A deceptively simple tale of one man's adventure. A deep lesson about the dangers of...

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