After reading all this I want no part of you people.
Apart from Nathan and Dave
We often talk about "the game of life," It's part of our nature to approach life as one big game made up of a lot of little games. Competing can be fun, exciting, and stimulating.
But life is a whole lot more than a gameó. When we need to own the biggest alliance, have the biggest fleet, get the highest points, and win every argument, something's terribly wrong from a human and Christian point of view. It's not right to run over people's feelings, bend or break the rules, and gloat over victories.
To approach life as one big game that you always have to win is to live in hopeless delusion and fantasy. While material possessions, professional success, and personal victories are enjoyable, they last only a short while. Then they're all left behind.
I invest in friendship, not in winning at all cost
So I prefer being with true friends on the internet and not like this in an alliance where you have lost your priorities
I know one or two of you will destroy Boom Doom, but you will not destroy me as a person
I wish you the very best