Manners Makyth Man

Studying at Oxford University makes you realise you should stop being a brat and have some respect for elders, tradition, and all that came before you. Suffering through blitz matches at makes you wish there was a commonly-agreed-upon set of guidelines which encourages players to be honourable and polite.
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This One Takes The Cake

Preface: We are the loyalist press. The Planets Magazine is the fanzine for Planets, and people don’t play Planets much outside the Planets Nu website. If the site goes away, we probably go away too. For us to take a strong position against Nu policy is unusual. We did so with the initial League design, and, with regret, we’re doing so again now.

Remember Westerns? Back in the 50s, you could tell the good guys from the bad ones because the good guys wore big white hats. The Lone Ranger had a mask on, but you could tell he was a good guy because of his hat, which was bigger and whiter than anyone else’s. Tonto (Spanish for “stupid”, and don’t think we missed that) never wore a hat. Obviously, he was only good because the Lone Ranger was with him.

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Normal Operation Has Been Restored

On behalf of management, we’re proud to announce that the recent Hydra takeover of the Planets Magazine has been defeated at last. Gnerphk and Talespin have been freed from their imprisonment and their villainous dopplegangers have been caught and securely imprisoned, thanks to the heroic efforts of Captain America.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled opportunity to give us money, already in progress.

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The New Tanks

With the A.I. debate in every news source these days, sometimes it’s tough to keep perspective. Planets Magazine is proud to present this short, (hopefully) fictional vignette to remind us that, at the end of the day, even an A.I. is only a machine, and it has no choice but to follow its orders. We hope you enjoy it.

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