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Is the creator of AOC2 a christian? Because he uses BC instead of BCE.

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5 hours ago, torenresh said:

I'm not complaining, so I don't care either way as i am a tolerant atheist. But is lukasz a christian? Because in the game you have BC instead of BCE. Again i'm just curious.

I don't think it matters, simply due to the fact that B.C. is much more commonly distributed than the academic BCE.

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