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Originally created in protest of Ou812's flamboyant admin abuse in the Happy Chair Clan, the Dalek Objectivist Empire (D.O.E. for short) was to be a safe haven for those who sided with Shadgrimgrvy's administration. Since then, it's turned into something much...much worse. Now, the D.O.E. is Shad's way of rectifying in his own mind the needs of the individual, venture capitalists and free trade with his lust for power and his desire to create a master race in his image. Here in the D.O.E. the mental anguish of our leader is laid bare for all to see. Watch as one man struggles with his own lust for extermination and the needs of his people.
In the intervening years the D.O.E. has seen the rise and fall of many hotshot administrators, including Ou812 himself. But our goal has always been the same: to become the ubermensch, to exterminate all inferior lifeforms and become the sole economic authority in the solar system.
Anything less would be failure.
Shadgrimgrvy (God Emperor of Dalek-Kind): A man who believes in free trade and the undeniable power of money. Sometimes people ask him "Shad, how much cash you got?" and he tells them, " I gots loads of money you chav!"
Geranium (Treasurer Dalek): I consider myself a pretty likeable person. I'm allergic to peanuts, shell fish, cotton, wheat, yeast, and pretty much all glutons.
Leobachi (Meteorologist Dalek): The specific true event of my birth: In 1993, a magical hummingbird visited the people of Sothern California fortelling the birth of Leobachi. Later that year the prophecy was fulfilled atop mount shafter, the highest mountain ever. Leobachi emerged, walking out from his mother's patriotic and revolutionary vagina six months prematurely and without the aid of a physician, thus rendering the southern californian medical community irellevant. In shame, all doctors fled our great and innovative empire never to return. But for the time being I will be the man behind the man behind the Dalek and with my devilishly good looks I will woo all 42 woman on the internet later using them to spawn internet lords who will reign supreme over the internet and annihilate 4chan and furries once and for all...
Chrysalis (Insubordination Expert) : Canadian communist wafflemaker setting out on a quest of futility to save the land of ironing boards from rabid squirells. In the event that your brocolli isn't in the brochure, please report it to your nearest lamp post
Ramzca (Dalek who's full of Himself): Being this smug isn't something you can simply learn, it's an art. I was born with it. It is within my veins. (In a last minute turn of events, the leaders of the world coupled with DOE were able to award Haydn "Ramzca" Chapman with the title "Least Likable Human Being". This trumped the former champ, Adolf Hitler, by a whole ten votes!)
I've never read anything by Agatha Cristie but I've seen plenty of Poriot on Masterpiece Theater so I know what I'm talking about here: This is a pretty fun game but annoying. First of all, if I'm on a boat full of potential murderers the last thing I'm going to be doing is worrying about where I can get my hands on a bag of chips. Matches on average last about thirty minutes, so why does my character have to use the bathroom five or more times a game? Why do the DIE if they don't make it to the bathroom in time?
The whole ordeal reminds me too much of The Sims, where the needs of my character is a delicate system of checks and balances. Once one need is satisfied it throws all the other needs wildly out of order until the whole game devolves into a mad dash to get to the bathroom, then to eat, then to take a shower and so on and so forth until one can't help but completely forget that they were supposed to kill someone.
This is truly, irrevocably horrible. I know it's just a mod and it's free...but...it's bad. REAL bad. First of all, there's only four maps and they all like like reject levels from Halo. But you could even make the argument that there's just 3.5 maps since two of them are basically ugly snow fort or what ever.
All the weapons are clunky and unpleasant to look at, like these horrible metal bricks someone slapped on my screen. The bots all have perfect accuracy, able to fire across the entire map with ease. Because of this the player mysteriously starts to lose health the moment they spawn. Unbeknown to them, there's some goon standing on a hill slowly shaving away their health. Plus, the only sense of conflict in the short, chaotic and at times incomprehensible matches is how many hapless rejects need to be thrown at the engineer's turrets before any progress can be made.