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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 11:15am
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Is this game still going or was an armistice signed?



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 12:18pm
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We're still chugging along, the British Army is currently enjoying some waffles with thier breakfasts for example.



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 12:39pm
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ENGLAND
Sweden MOVE Baltic Sea -> resolved
Belgium MOVE Holland -> resolved
North Sea SUPPORT Belgium to Holland -> resolved
English Channel MOVE Belgium -> resolved

FRANCE
Mid-Atlantic Ocean MOVE Portugal -> resolved
Burgundy HOLD -> resolved
Portugal MOVE Spain -> resolved
Picardy HOLD -> resolved
Paris HOLD -> resolved

ITALY
Adriatic Sea MOVE Trieste -> Bounced
Apulia MOVE Venice -> Bounced
Budapest SUPPORT Adriatic Sea to Trieste -> Destroyed by a rum - bud

GERMANY
Warsaw HOLD -> resolved
Denmark HOLD -> resolved
Prussia HOLD -> resolved
Kiel HOLD -> resolved
Skagerrack HOLD -> resolved
Munich HOLD -> resolved
Ruhr HOLD -> resolved
 
AUSTRIA
Trieste SUPPORT Tyrolia to Venice -> Support cut by f adr - tri
Tyrolia MOVE Venice -> Bounced
Rome MOVE Naples -> resolved
Vienna MOVE Budapest -> Attack broken by a rum - bud

TURKEY
Serbia SUPPORT Rumania to Budapest -> resolved
Greece MOVE Tunis -> resolved
Ionian Sea CONVOY Greece to Tunis -> resolved
Ukraine MOVE Moscow -> Bounced
Albania MOVE Adriatic Sea -> Bounced
Rumania MOVE Budapest -> resolved
Sevastopol MOVE Black Sea -> resolved

RUSSIA
Galicia MOVE Warsaw -> Bounced
Moscow SUPPORT Galicia to Warsaw -> Support cut by a ukr - mos
Livonia MOVE Gulf of Bothnia -> resolved

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 12:43pm
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Grandmaster Jogurt wrote:
Is this game still going or was an armistice signed?

Its on a 72h per order and 24h per retreat/build schedule.
So when people don't finalize their orders it can take a long time between rounds.

Right now for instance germany is AWOL, that means that the orders are never finalized. *sigh*

But I hope you find that last orders a bit entertaining at least...

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 12:46pm
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OmegaChief wrote:
We're still chugging along, the British Army is currently enjoying some waffles with thier breakfasts for example.

So how come all the blondes in stockholm was left to the slavs, just visiting?

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 01:46pm
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Because if Russia gets much weaker, then you get to be sultan of the world (Or at least Europe), it's in my best interest to help the poor Ruskies out.



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 04:57pm
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A russian fleet in botnia would stop me how compared to what you can do with an army in germany?
You are the one bordering the drunk continentals, you should try to take advantage of that to make the difference yourself.
Drink tea and prosper...

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-06 06:46pm
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The last thing I want to do is have a bunch of hung over contentals wake up and find my army in clobbering distance.



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 12:34pm
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ENGLAND
BUILD army London -> resolved
BUILD army Edinburgh -> resolved

ITALY
Adriatic Sea DESTROY -> resolved
Apulia DESTROY -> resolved

GERMANY
Prussia DESTROY -> resolved
Skagerrack DESTROY -> resolved

TURKEY
BUILD army Ankara -> resolved
BUILD army Smyrna -> resolved
BUILD army Constantinople -> resolved


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ENGLAND
(OmegaChief)
3 army units
3 fleet units
6 centers

FRANCE
(Calsattack)
4 army units
1 fleet units
5 centers

ITALY
(theadvocate)
0 army units
0 fleet units
0 centers

GERMANY
(LordRelvenous)
4 army units
1 fleet units
5 centers

AUSTRIA
(CockneyWeasel)
3 army units
1 fleet units
5 centers

TURKEY
(Spoonist)
7 army units
3 fleet units
10 centers

RUSSIA
(Tarle)
2 army units
1 fleet units
3 centers

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 12:40pm
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This is probably time to start doing something about the Ottomans :P



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 01:57pm
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I'd love to, I just have every other nation on the map inbetween myself and the Turks.



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 05:22pm
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Scottish Ninja wrote:
This is probably time to start doing something about the Ottomans :P

I'm trying, I'm trying. But they are everywhere. They have even taken over my governement and my palace and my family and my mirror... oh nevermind.

Actually a 10 center turk should be easy to handle in a normal game. But with the amount of recreational herbs the french and germans are taking it could be a bit tricky.
Which is why I'm telling england that he needs to shape up, stop doing charity and take over the mainland, I mean he has no resistance whatsoever so it should be a breeze.
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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 08:49pm
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And if the French and Germans suddenly wake up I get spit roasted :P



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 09:09pm
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I'm mostly amused by how closely this game's Turkey is mirroring the Ottoman Empire's peak territorial expansion.



help what is project zohar ???
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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 09:14pm
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I'm amused that the Frenchies and Austrians are letting Italy live. The green guys are a non-entity at this point :P



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-07 11:21pm
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I can't do much more with the Turkish threat... can't even use my builds :(



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Ilya Muromets: And now I have this image of a massive, stern-looking Swede staring down a bunch of military nerds. "It's a tank." "Uh, yes Sir. Please don't hurt us."

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-08 11:53am
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Italy only has useless land left and I have no wish on fighting the Austrians at this time.



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-08 03:56pm
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So I'm leaving for a weeks vacation. I have a substitute ingame but if someone would make the thread updates that would be swell.

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-10 07:04am
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ENGLAND
Baltic Sea MOVE Denmark -> resolved
Belgium SUPPORT Holland to Ruhr -> Cant support square ruh
London HOLD -> resolved
Edinburgh HOLD -> resolved
Holland MOVE Ruhr -> Bounced
North Sea SUPPORT Baltic Sea to Denmark -> resolved

FRANCE
Burgundy MOVE Munich -> Bounced
Paris SUPPORT Picardy to hold -> resolved
Portugal MOVE Spain (South Coast) -> resolved
Spain MOVE Marseilles -> resolved
Picardy HOLD -> resolved

GERMANY
Kiel HOLD -> resolved
Warsaw HOLD -> resolved
Denmark HOLD -> Destroyed by f bal - den
Munich HOLD -> resolved
Ruhr HOLD -> resolved

AUSTRIA
Vienna SUPPORT Trieste to hold -> resolved
Trieste HOLD -> resolved
Tyrolia SUPPORT Trieste to hold -> resolved
Naples HOLD -> resolved
 
TURKEY
Constantinople MOVE Bulgaria -> resolved
Ankara MOVE Rumania -> resolved
Smyrna MOVE Armenia -> resolved
Ionian Sea CONVOY Tunis to Naples -> resolved
Tunis MOVE Naples -> Bounced
Serbia SUPPORT Ankara to Rumania -> resolved
Budapest MOVE Galicia -> resolved
Black Sea CONVOY Ankara to Rumania -> resolved
Albania MOVE Adriatic Sea -> resolved
Ukraine SUPPORT Budapest to Galicia -> resolved

RUSSIA
Moscow MOVE Warsaw -> Bounced
Gulf of Bothnia MOVE Sweden -> resolved
Galicia MOVE Silesia -> resolved



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-10 12:04pm
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Things aren't looking good for poor old Germany now are they? What a terrible shame.



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-13 07:17am
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ENGLAND
Denmark SUPPORT Holland to Kiel -> resolved
Belgium MOVE English Channel -> resolved
London MOVE Wales -> resolved
Edinburgh MOVE Holland -> Illegal order replaced with Hold order
North Sea CONVOY North Sea to Holland -> Cant convoy a fleet
Holland MOVE Kiel -> resolved

FRANCE
Burgundy SUPPORT Paris to Munich -> Supported order does not correspond
Marseilles HOLD -> resolved
Picardy HOLD -> resolved
Spain (South Coast) MOVE Tyrrhenian Sea -> Illegal order replaced with Hold order
Paris SUPPORT Burgundy to Munich -> Cant support square mun

GERMANY
Warsaw HOLD -> resolved
Kiel HOLD -> Dislodged by a hol - kie
Ruhr HOLD -> resolved
Munich HOLD -> resolved

AUSTRIA
Vienna SUPPORT Trieste to hold -> Support cut by a gal - vie
Naples HOLD -> resolved
Tyrolia MOVE Venice -> Bounced
Trieste HOLD -> resolved
 
TURKEY
Armenia MOVE Sevastopol -> resolved
Rumania MOVE Budapest -> resolved
Galicia MOVE Vienna -> Bounced
Black Sea SUPPORT Armenia to Sevastopol -> resolved
Ionian Sea CONVOY Tunis to Apulia -> resolved
Tunis MOVE Apulia -> resolved
Serbia SUPPORT Rumania to Budapest -> resolved
Ukraine MOVE Moscow -> Bounced
Adriatic Sea MOVE Venice -> Bounced
Bulgaria MOVE Rumania -> resolved

RUSSIA
Moscow MOVE Ukraine -> Bounced
Sweden MOVE Norway -> resolved
Silesia MOVE Berlin -> resolved



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-13 07:23am
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So, let's take a look at things so far. Turkey's forces are continuing to move forward, Germany is being destroyed and France continues to try to make moves that the game does not allow.



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-13 08:13am
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Salieri wrote:
and France continues to try to make moves that the game does not allow.


and I was supposed to be the noob lol :D

Though I think Ive learned the actual diplomacy aspect the most, pity I couldnt use it to hold of the Turk for longer.



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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-13 11:27am
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I think people should start to brush up their Turkish... That's not looking too well...



The Greeks are somewhat undependable allies when it comes to keeping promises. I am sure the fleet of 300 galleys they promised will turn out to be 3 guys in an oversized cooking pot. (Thanas, revealing the plans for German world domination)

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 Post subject: Re: SDN Diplomacy - part III - commentary thread PostPosted: 2012-11-13 01:34pm
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I've been saying the same thing for multiple turns now!

The good ol' Ruskies are on side for that though, but until I've trudged through Germany I literally have no way to move in to support him! And the French seem to be too busy building trenches along my new border to send help.

Looks like it's up to the Austrians and Russians to do something about Turkey for now!



This odyssey, this, exodus. Do we journey toward the promised land, or into the valley of the kings? Three decades ago I envisioned a new future for our species, and now that we are on the brink of realizing my dream, I feel only solitude, and regret. Has my entire life's work been a fool's crusade? Have I led my people into this desert, only to die?
-Admiral Aken Bosch, Supreme Commander of the Neo-Terran Front, NTF Iceni, 2367

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