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« Reply #25 on: April 23, 2008, 04:15:08 pm »
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I played as de Jong in the new Ontario 2007 scenario.

I loled at the results

Progressive Conservative: 2,919,850 (32%) 48 seats
Ontario Liberal Party: 3,380,342 (37%) 47 seats
Ontario NDP: 2,068,343 (23%) 12 seats
Green Party of Ontario: 575,438 (6%) 0 seats

John Tory won Don Valley-West by 9 points. Tongue
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« Reply #26 on: June 07, 2008, 02:13:13 pm »
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I played as de Jong in the Ontario 2007 scenario again.

GO GREENIES!!11!

Ontario Liberal Party: 3,234,714 (34%) 57 seats
Progressive Conservative: 2,570,175 (27%) 38 seats
Ontario NDP: 2,200,170 (23%) 12 seats
Green Party of Ontario: 1,242,912 (13%) 0 seats

John Dumbass lost his riding by 1%.
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« Reply #27 on: September 20, 2008, 06:30:17 pm »
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The 1974 scenario, as the SoCreds.



Liberal: 4,677,918 (36%) 122 seats
New Democratic Party: 3,758,902 (29%) 71 seats
Progressive Conservative: 3,061,482 (24%) 59 seats
SoCred: 1,220,725 (9%) 12 seats

Trudeau formed a Lib-NDP coalition, and I formed a SoCred-PC coalition in response.

The NDP won the popular vote in Nova Scotia and Manitoba, but the PCs won more seats.
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« Reply #28 on: September 20, 2008, 06:39:49 pm »
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What is this "coalition" business?
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« Reply #29 on: September 20, 2008, 06:51:21 pm »
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What is this "coalition" business?

Useless crap.
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« Reply #30 on: September 20, 2008, 06:54:19 pm »
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Figures. There are no coalitions in Canada.

Do the 2006 Senate election.
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« Reply #31 on: September 20, 2008, 06:57:34 pm »
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In Chancellor Forever once I somehow managed to create a coalition between Angela Merkel's CDU and Gerhard Schröder's SDP. Though it does not beat the funniest coalition of them all Angela Merkel's CDU and Joschka Fischer's Greens. LOL.
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« Reply #32 on: September 20, 2008, 06:58:22 pm »
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In Chancellor Forever once I somehow managed to create a coalition between Angela Merkel's CDU and Gerhard Schröder's SDP. Though it does not beat the funniest coalition of them all Angela Merkel's CDU and Joschka Fischer's Greens. LOL.

Neither of which are impossible (nor anything near impossible).
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« Reply #33 on: September 20, 2008, 07:01:01 pm »
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Neither of which are impossible (nor anything near impossible).

I know they're not Xahar but its funny nonetheless, at least for myself when I was 13 years old back in 2006 when I purchased the game. However the novelity soon wore out and I haven't played the game for a while, due to numerous Index Errors Sad
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« Reply #34 on: September 20, 2008, 07:11:46 pm »
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Neither of which are impossible (nor anything near impossible).

I know they're not Xahar but its funny nonetheless, at least for myself when I was 13 years old back in 2006 when I purchased the game. However the novelity soon wore out and I haven't played the game for a while, due to numerous Index Errors Sad

Same reason I can't play the Gubernatorial Secnario for PF+P.
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« Reply #35 on: September 20, 2008, 07:15:05 pm »
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I hacked the Ontario scenario to give huge ad power and played as the Greenies.

Ontario Liberal Party: 3,148,577 (34%) 71 seats
Progressive Conservative: 2,256,506 (24%) 27 seats
Green Party of Ontario: 2,225,268 (24%) 0 seats
Ontario NDP: 1,459,804 (16%) 9 seats

FPTP sucks.

The results in Ottawa-Vanier
Meilleur (OLP) 39%
Poole (GPO) 23%
Poulin (PC) 23%
Dagenais (NDP) 13%

I better go hack the BGOS starting numbers.
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« Reply #36 on: September 21, 2008, 03:40:55 am »
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1980 General Election



Joe Clark (Conservative): 126 seats, 39% of the PV (6,114,903)
Pierre Trudeau (Liberal): 104 seats, 37% of the PV (5,770,012)
Ed Broadbent (New Democratic): 48 seats, 19% of the PV (3,082,257)
Fabien Roy (Social Credit): 4 seats, 3% of the PV (532,749)

I ran as incumbent Prime Minister Joe Clark and I turned the Election from a seemingly impossible victory over former Prime Minister and incumbent Opposition Leader Pierre Trudeau into one where I maintained the lead for the last two weeks of the campaign. However, Ed Broadbent's New Democratic Party ruined my chances of an outright victory by some how managing to win 20 of the seats in British Columbia to turn the election into a hung parliament.

Despite Broadbent and the New Democratic Party ruining my chances of an outright victory, Governor General Edward Schreyer selected Joe Clark to serve as Prime Minister, and thus a victory for Prime Minister Clark in 1980. However it was a bit odd for a man from the New Democratic Party to select Clark to lead a minority Government.
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« Reply #37 on: September 21, 2008, 07:26:31 am »
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Schreyer couldn't have legally asked Broadbent to form a government.
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« Reply #38 on: September 21, 2008, 03:07:25 pm »
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Do the 2006 Senate election.

Anybody?
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« Reply #39 on: September 22, 2008, 05:09:21 am »
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1988 General Election



Ed Broadbent (New Democratic): 117 seats, 34% of the PV (5,548,173)
Brian Mulroney (Progressive Conservative): 89 seats, 29% of the PV (4,778,535)
John Turner (Liberal): 87 seats, 28% of the PV (4,506,897)
Preston Manning (Reform): 2 seats, 3% of the PV (485,702)
Robert Toupin (Independent): 0 seats, 1% of the PV (261,563)
Ed Vanwoudenberg (Christian Heritage): 0 seats, 1% of the PV (237,321)
Elmer Knutson (Confederation of Regions): 0% of the PV (117,758)

In this 1988 scenario I ran as leader of the New Democratic Party Ed Broadbent. It seemed as if Prime Minister Brian Mulroney would be reelected to a second term as Prime Minister of Canada and the Liberals would continue to suffer under John Turner, however it was not to be. After a rollercoster ride of an election, which resulted in Mulroney's drastic demise in the polls, even a brief period of Turner's Liberals leading the in polls two weeks prior to the November 21st election, the Broadbent and NDP campaign under my management somehow managed to be tied with Prime Minister Mulroney's Progressive Conservatives on Election Day. Thus for the second game of Canadian Prime Minister Forever in a row it was a hung parliament. And guess who Governor General Jeanne Sauvé asked to form the next Government...Ed Broadbent!!! In short it was the best game of Canadian Prime Minister Forever I ever played Smiley
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« Reply #40 on: September 22, 2008, 03:04:21 pm »
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Western Quebec? WTF?
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« Reply #41 on: September 22, 2008, 03:15:08 pm »
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Western Quebec? WTF?

Sounds like 2008 Cheesy (one can dream)
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« Reply #42 on: September 22, 2008, 03:58:27 pm »
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Did a little experiment with hacking ad codes again.



Conservative Party: 6,560,439 (46%) 246 seats
Liberal Party: 3,115,316 (22%) 9 seats
NDP: 1,920,872 (13%) 2 seats
Bloc Quebecois: 1,235,256 (8%) 51 seats
Green Party: 1,148,963 (8%) 0 seats

Liberal seat distribution:
Montreal 6
Vancouver 2
Nunavut 1

NDP seat distribution:
Vancouver 2

The Tories won all seats in the Maritimes, Prairies, and Ontario (yes, all GTA seats). They won Montreal Island and 9 seats in Quebec outside of Montreal (for a total of 18 seats in Quebec). Among others, they won Westmount and Outremont.

Of course, I got "Godly" as my rating.

The next day, all opposition MPs are deported to the United States or killed. Harper is declared "Fuhrer of Canada"...
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« Reply #43 on: September 23, 2008, 04:55:57 pm »
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Did a little experiment with hacking ad codes again.



Conservative Party: 6,560,439 (46%) 246 seats
Liberal Party: 3,115,316 (22%) 9 seats
NDP: 1,920,872 (13%) 2 seats
Bloc Quebecois: 1,235,256 (8%) 51 seats
Green Party: 1,148,963 (8%) 0 seats

Liberal seat distribution:
Montreal 6
Vancouver 2
Nunavut 1

NDP seat distribution:
Vancouver 2

The Tories won all seats in the Maritimes, Prairies, and Ontario (yes, all GTA seats). They won Montreal Island and 9 seats in Quebec outside of Montreal (for a total of 18 seats in Quebec). Among others, they won Westmount and Outremont.

Of course, I got "Godly" as my rating.

The next day, all opposition MPs are deported to the United States or killed. Harper is declared "Fuhrer of Canada"...

...or they flee to Quebec...
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« Reply #44 on: December 14, 2009, 05:50:09 pm »
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1980 General Election



Pierre Trudeau (Liberal): 124 seats, 43% of the PV (6,714,685)
Ed Broadbent (New Democratic): 105 seats, 29% of the PV (4,584,409)
Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative): 52 seats, 23% of the PV (3,637,857)
Fabien Roy (Social Credit): 1 seat, 3% of the PV (512,378)

Probably the strangest simulation of the 1980 election I've ever played. At the campaign's beginning Clark raced to an early lead and Liberal support rapidly deteriorated, resulting in the NDP experiencing a significant bounce in the polls. With only two weeks remaining the Trudeau campaign mobilised with a damnning advertising campaign on Clark's inexperienced. In combination with ads praising Trudeau's experience, this resulted in the reemergence of Liberals come election day, and thus Pierre Trudeau would once more become Prime Minister of Canada with the NDP, led by Ed Broadbent becoming Her Majesty's Opposition.
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