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Power Rankings: Part 119

  1. GhostBalls

    Coiot: Fused Sweden/Iceland Ghostball credits go to VictorianCreatures.

  2. F

    Msurdej: Sweden. Iceland. Two civs that changed the world. Starting off, both were over looked by the Power Rankers, with the two ranking 60th and 55th respectively in the first part. But the two civs worked hard, with Sweden taking out Hitler and rival Scandanavian Haakon, while Iceland took the British Isles off a winded Ireland, eventually gaining a good grip on the mainland with the death of Napoleon. And while they at times quarreled, they focused the majority of their efforts on other enemies; Sparta, Finland, The Buccs and Boers. But in the end, Carnival came for them, storming through their lands and bringing them down. And while many will argue over their true final placement (Even though we all know Sweden died second), no one can deny that these two civs exceeded all expectations, and played a terrific game. F

  3. 6

    Msurdej: As the end approaches, Vietnam is on its last legs, along with everyone else not named Pedro II. Hanoi, one of the last capitals never to flip, has fallen to the Carnival, and next part will spell the end of the Trungs. So say Goodnight Saigon, your time is nigh.

  4. 5

    Msurdej: With 15 cities left, the Inuit have all but secured 4th place. While nearly kicked out of America, the island holdings of Ekeuhnick will almost certainly hold out a bit longer than those of the Trungs or Sejong. But kudos to you Ekeuhnick, for making it this far.

  5. 4

    Scissor: Korea has been evicted from the peninsula but still it holds on. Sejong watches as thousands of soldiers fling themselves at Pedro's swarm. How did this happen? Sejong can hardly believe it himself. When total war was declared, even he believed that he wouldn't last long. The numbers simply didn't add up. But here he was, in 4th. Inconceivable, inconceivable.

  6. 3

    Lacsirax: Our penultimate part sees Sibir taking a very familiar third place. This wasn't their worst part, as Brazil in general moved towards eliminating Sweden and Iceland, and finishing off Vietnam and the Inuit. Still, it's hard to see any scenario they survive longer than Australia; that Brazilian army in Scandinavia with nothing to do only has one way to go, after all. But Kuchum truly deserves his top 3 spot, having waged many successful Asian land wars and outliving the other two Khans, both of whom were rated far higher than Sibir originally.

  7. 2

    Aaron Lecon: Well, this is it. Australia has made it to the final part, with its empire still mostly intact, and has 4 of the 6 remaining capitals: Rubibi, Sydney, Parihaka, and Honolulu. Due to the special nature of this final part, it is no longer a question of whether Australia will die or not: the only question left is how fast will they go? How much can they stall out? If Australia collapses fast, they will end up in joint second place (alongside probably Sibir). More importantly (for you viewers), it means the final part will be released 'soonish' with only minimal waiting. But if they can defend the fortress well, they may survive long enough for everyone else to die, meaning they won't have to share their silver medal. Unfortunately, this also means there will be a long hiatus as we wait for the final part to be released. One final point of interest is the PR of the PR: if at game's end, they still hold onto at least one city, they will end up overtaking the Boers for 3rd place overall. If however, their final action is being wiped out completely, they will end up 4th.

  8. 1

    Poom: Old news, Brazil is destroying everyone. Fresh news, they are able to make their latest elimination stand out by killing two civs in a single turn, and time is running out for the 5 other civs that still remain. Brazil's newly acquired cities and it's resource are siphoned to fuel Pedro's ambition, and his army marches on to destroy the remaining resistance...