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1936 v1.4 - buyz2men   (Oct 01, 2017, 3:41 am)
hi am glad to be here good work keep it on

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1936 v1.5 - charlesf   (Sep 20, 2010, 10:23 am)
Hi guys,



just thought I'd send you the finalised version I shall be using in
my next playtest. As indicated in an earlier mail, I've gone back on
the Adriatic change as the be

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1936 v1.4 - charlesf   (Sep 19, 2010, 9:08 am)
Karsten,



thanks for your input. As you shall see, I once thought not so
unlike you...



having
the chance to lead USSR to it's doom in the current game, I

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1936 v1.4 - Nitsch   (Sep 19, 2010, 6:39 am)
Gentlemen,
having the chance to lead USSR to it's doom in the current game, I thought
I add my 2 cents considering the balance in the east:
I found it rather hard to find a position for my soviet

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1936 v1.4 - Nigs   (Sep 18, 2010, 4:18 pm)
Charles,
for what it's worth, I think the SU is underpowered (surprise, surprise) and Poland unhistorically strong. The changes to France may indirectly help, but a weak SU so far from Spain with a I

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1936 v1.4 - charlesf   (Sep 18, 2010, 2:27 pm)
Dirk and all,



thanks for your feedback. Always  good to have many "second
opinions" when operating on a patient.



The map I sent you is more of a draft for v1.4

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1936 v1.4 - dknemeyer   (Sep 18, 2010, 10:58 am)
Hi Charles,
These are interesting changes. Some flash feedback:
- I think this makes the Italian position weaker. Italy simply can't have France building fleets in Alg given access to the STS. And w

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1936 v1.4 (dc319) buyz2men Oct 01, 03:41 am
hi am glad to be here good work keep it on
1936: France's Levantine Army - charlesf   (Sep 17, 2010, 1:56 pm)
Hi Sun,
glad to have you join the discussion. Comments inserted below:
There's been a lot of discussion here about France, and I personally
have had a closer perspective on that power (although no

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1936 v1.4 - charlesf   (Sep 17, 2010, 12:06 pm)
Hi guys,



I've now decided to run with the various changes I discussed in my
past mail and implemented those on the below v1.4 map. Here a
summary of the changes:

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1936 v1.4 (dc319) dknemeyer Sep 18, 10:58 am
Hi Charles,
These are interesting changes. Some flash feedback:
- I think this makes the Italian position weaker. Italy simply can't have France building fleets in Alg given access to the STS. And w
1936 v1.4 (dc319) buyz2men Oct 01, 03:41 am
hi am glad to be here good work keep it on
1936 v1.4 (dc319) charlesf Sep 18, 02:27 pm
Dirk and all,



thanks for your feedback. Always  good to have many "second
opinions" when operating on a patient.



The map I sent you is more of a draft for v1.4
1936 v1.4 (dc319) Nigs Sep 18, 04:18 pm
Charles,
for what it's worth, I think the SU is underpowered (surprise, surprise) and Poland unhistorically strong. The changes to France may indirectly help, but a weak SU so far from Spain with a I
1936 v1.4 (dc319) Nitsch Sep 19, 06:39 am
Gentlemen,
having the chance to lead USSR to it's doom in the current game, I thought
I add my 2 cents considering the balance in the east:
I found it rather hard to find a position for my soviet
1936 v1.4 (dc319) charlesf Sep 19, 09:08 am
Karsten,



thanks for your input. As you shall see, I once thought not so
unlike you...



having
the chance to lead USSR to it's doom in the current game, I
1936: Suez, French Algeria and the wider Med - sunchung   (Sep 17, 2010, 11:56 am)
Charles and all,
 
I've been refraining from publicly commenting on my observations since 1) I'm probably colored by the actions in DC330 and would prefer to comment at the end of that game

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1936: Suez, French Algeria and the wider Med - charlesf   (Sep 17, 2010, 7:19 am)
> I don't understand the proposed change to suez.
Jimmy, Suez becomes a British Home Supply Centre. In other words, it
becomes a British build site.
I strongly recommend a French med fleet whether

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1936: Suez, French Algeria and the wider Med - charlesf   (Sep 17, 2010, 5:55 am)
Hi guys,
all this design talk has had me cast another critical look at the 1936
map. While I'm not in the least worried that the balance between Poland
and the Soviet Union might be off as many o

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1936: Suez, French Algeria and the wider Med (dc319) charlesf Sep 17, 07:19 am
> I don't understand the proposed change to suez.
Jimmy, Suez becomes a British Home Supply Centre. In other words, it
becomes a British build site.
I strongly recommend a French med fleet whether
1936: Suez, French Algeria and the wider Med (dc319) sunchung Sep 17, 11:56 am
Charles and all,
 
I've been refraining from publicly commenting on my observations since 1) I'm probably colored by the actions in DC330 and would prefer to comment at the end of that game
DC319: More variant discussion - dknemeyer   (Sep 16, 2010, 4:38 pm)
Hi Folks,
Some responses to Charles' questions on the variant:
- 18 VPs required to solo rather than 15 (I am as yet not sure what'd make for the ideal victory threshold and am hence especially curi

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DC319: More variant discussion - charlesf   (Sep 13, 2010, 7:23 pm)
Hi guys,



I've much enjoyed both Joao's and Dirk's detailed EOGs, both
regarding DC319 and the variant itself. Just thought I'd weigh in on
the variant discussion before publis

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DC319: More variant discussion (dc319) dknemeyer Sep 16, 04:38 pm
Hi Folks,
Some responses to Charles' questions on the variant:
- 18 VPs required to solo rather than 15 (I am as yet not sure what'd make for the ideal victory threshold and am hence especially curi
dc319: EOG Italy/Nationalist Spain - dknemeyer   (Sep 13, 2010, 2:39 pm)
First, thanks to Charles for creating the variant and GMing the game. In both of these contributions you are giving to us players and the community, and I certainly appreciate it. Following Joao's lea

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DC319: F EOG - jlqueiros   (Sep 11, 2010, 6:23 pm)
1. First of all, let me congratulate Charles for creating a great variant. The map reconfigurations, the DP's, the Spanish factions, it's all great fun. Being great doesn't mean it can't be improv

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DC319: Game Over! - charlesf   (Sep 10, 2010, 11:31 am)
Hi guys,



our little continental war is over. Indeed, had it not been for an
email glitch, I'd have had already a unanimous four-way GIPT vote
prior to Spring '43.

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DC319: Spring 1943 Moves - charlesf   (Sep 09, 2010, 5:56 am)
Hi guys,



first off, peace negotiations at a Swiss spa have been adjourned
without any tangible results having been achieved. Shall our
little conti

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DC319: Winter 1942 Retreats/Adjustments - charlesf   (Sep 05, 2010, 4:11 pm)
Hi guys,



first of all, let me note that Kyle's late orders had the grace
period provision kick in. Right now, it appears that armies are
à la mode, wher

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DC319: Fall 1942 Moves - charlesf   (Sep 03, 2010, 7:14 am)
Hi guys,
 
well, I had no idea archiving
emails would take half a lifetime... Well, I didn't manage to
lose any emails along the way to their new home. 

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DC319: Coming Adjucation - charlesf   (Sep 02, 2010, 9:43 am)
Hi guys,
 
I've just got my new personal laptop delivered and
will do the adjucation once I've transferred my data from my old rickety
machine. Just thought I'd give you a heads-up.
 

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DC319: Fall deadline on 1 September - charlesf   (Aug 25, 2010, 2:22 pm)
Hi guys,
 
as I was asked to do so by a player, I'm now
setting the Fall deadline for Wednesday, 1 September. Please take note of
this.
 
Charles

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DC319: Summer 1942 Retreat - charlesf   (Aug 25, 2010, 6:17 am)
Hi guys,
 
ok, here's the official summer retreat
adjucation.
 
I'm rescheduling the Fall 1942 Moves for
Friday, 27 August. Should anyone prefer me to set the deadline for

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DC319: Adjudication? - jlqueiros   (Aug 24, 2010, 5:08 am)
Dear Charles,

 

Hope everything is ok. This delay in the adjudication is a bit strange, namely taking into account all your earlier enthusiam in GMing and testing this excellent variant you

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DC319: Spring 1942 Moves - charlesf   (Aug 12, 2010, 3:13 pm)
 
Hi guys,
 
sorry for having kept you waiting. It's been a crazy past few days. So,
what's happened this season?
 
I'm having a slight déjà-vu in that it appears something of

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