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I learned that I have a bleeding heart, and would do whatever I could to make my people happy and healthy, even if it meant lack of military or even technological progress.
As well, I'd treat not only my own people with a velvet glove but others other nations as well, and support them and share with them. Never make wars, only spread the love and happiness. Because there doesn't need to be poverty, hunger, depression or suffering. Together we can make a better world, a happier world, a stronger world.
Conversely however, should someone raise a hand to me in aggression, then suffer the iron fist as I bear upon them with a force unmatched regardless of assistance from allies. Even citizens are happy to be conscripted against those who show unwarranted aggression to our kindness. And once war is started, we never stop till all the enemy is eradicated, to the last man. Cities razed, lands burned, people killed. When you have an apple tree with a few bad apples, you burn down the entire orchard and salt the earth, that's what I say.
I suppose in this respect, the thing that turn-based games taught me is that more than anything else, I am both merciless and cruel in undue measure.