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Can a nation that's participating/ed in the Simlympics be the host of the Olympics?

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Can a nation that's participating/ed in the Simlympics be the host of the Olympics?

Post by Fulbgoldbatch on Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:51 pm

If you look at the map of Petrova, you will notice Sochi is in Petrova and it's hosting the next Winter Olympics in 2014. So techinally, according to us, Petrova is considered one of the few nations that have hosted both the Simlympics and Olympics. Any other nations that have done so?

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Post by emperordaniel on Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:13 pm

Sochi hasn't hosted them yet Razz
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Post by K50 on Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:16 pm

Fulbgoldbatch wrote:If you look at the map of Petrova, you will notice Sochi is in Petrova and it's hosting the next Winter Olympics in 2014. So techinally, according to us, Petrova is considered one of the few nations that have hosted both the Simlympics and Olympics. Any other nations that have done so?
Anybody can name a city in their journal a name that might have hosted an Olympics before Razz It isn't the same Sochi as the real one; it's close, but it's not at the same spot.

But the second Olympiad was hosted by a made-up town in the USA... and the first one was held in Wales (but I'm not sure if thats the same one). So to answer your question, I guess it could.... but idk

EDIT: emperordaniel: They will in three years? scratch
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Post by emperordaniel on Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:24 pm

More like two 1/2 years, since it's at the beginning of the year...
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Post by Birchbark on Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:32 pm

Sochi is already getting ready... Wink
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Re: Can a nation that's participating/ed in the Simlympics be the host of the Olympics?

Post by Fulbgoldbatch on Mon Apr 18, 2011 6:51 am

Also note that Petrova became independent from Russia and 1975, but Russia didn't exist in 1975.

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Post by canuck3360 on Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:49 am

Fulbgoldbatch wrote:Also note that Petrova became independent from Russia and 1975, but Russia didn't exist in 1975.

Umm Russia did exist it went by a different name Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. But was also still known as Russia as well.


as to the other question a nation could but remember one thing not everyone in the Simworld uses the Real World in their lives hence the Simlympics are the Olympic Games

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Re: Can a nation that's participating/ed in the Simlympics be the host of the Olympics?

Post by Fulbgoldbatch on Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:57 am

canuck3360 wrote:
Fulbgoldbatch wrote:Also note that Petrova became independent from Russia and 1975, but Russia didn't exist in 1975.

Umm Russia did exist it went by a different name Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. But was also still known as Russia as well.


as to the other question a nation could but remember one thing not everyone in the Simworld uses the Real World in their lives hence the Simlympics are the Olympic Games

So that means Petrova could be called the "Petrovan Soviet Socialist Republic" and gain independence in 1991?

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Post by canuck3360 on Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:06 am

Well as Petrova is Peter's country that is his storyline

Real World and Simworld do not I repeat do not always go together

Rorysville in Real location is located roughly just north of Vancouver and stretches all the way up to Barrow Alaska but yet I reference Vancouver and all of BC as well all of Alaska how on Earth is that possible? well it isn't if you focus on Real life.

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