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DC373 Austria EOG - archimedes   (Dec 21, 2011, 9:10 am)
Couple of typo corrections below


 








Everyone,


 


I had a great deal of fun in this game.  As most of you know, I had not played Diplomacy for quite some time, I used

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DC373 Austria EOG - archimedes   (Dec 21, 2011, 7:37 am)
Everyone,


 


I had a great deal of fun in this game.  As most of you know, I had not played Diplomacy for quite some time, I used to play on a site out of England, and GM'd a number of

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DC373 Austria EOG - FlapJack   (Dec 20, 2011, 9:56 pm)

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DC373 Austria EOG (dc373) archimedes Dec 21, 07:37 am
Everyone,


 


I had a great deal of fun in this game.  As most of you know, I had not played Diplomacy for quite some time, I used to play on a site out of England, and GM'd a number of
DC373 Austria EOG (dc373) archimedes Dec 21, 09:10 am
Couple of typo corrections below


 








Everyone,


 


I had a great deal of fun in this game.  As most of you know, I had not played Diplomacy for quite some time, I used
DC 373: Fall 1917 Adjudication - Blueraider0   (Dec 20, 2011, 9:54 pm)
Dear all,
Package intercepted...... Point of Departure: Stockholm, Sweden......
Packing label in German....... Language deemed barbaric...........
Translating to English
.......
.......
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DC 373: Fall 1917 Adjudication - dknemeyer   (Dec 20, 2011, 8:56 pm)
Adam, thanks so much for GM'ing the game. Your Julius Caesar theme really added a lot of character, and your timely and professional adjudications are much appreciated. I very much hope to play in you

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DC 373: Fall 1917 Adjudication - AceRimmer   (Dec 20, 2011, 3:45 pm)
Well, so much for all the talk about building consensus. The endgame proposals fail anyway.

There is great confusion, thrusting, and counter-thrusting in the Balkans. A tactical gem here, a defensi

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DC 373: Fall 1917 Adjudication (dc373) dknemeyer Dec 20, 08:56 pm
Adam, thanks so much for GM'ing the game. Your Julius Caesar theme really added a lot of character, and your timely and professional adjudications are much appreciated. I very much hope to play in you
DC 373: Fall 1917 Adjudication (dc373) Blueraider0 Dec 20, 09:54 pm
Dear all,
Package intercepted...... Point of Departure: Stockholm, Sweden......
Packing label in German....... Language deemed barbaric...........
Translating to English
.......
.......
......
DC 373: Fall Reminder - AceRimmer   (Dec 19, 2011, 10:32 am)
Orders are due tomorrow. I do not have them from all players.
Please include votes with your orders for:
English Solo
EF Draw
EFG Draw

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication - archimedes   (Dec 16, 2011, 1:15 pm)
Adam,


 


I propose both a EF draw and a EFG draw, I have voted for every draw proposal.


 


Mark


 


 












From: Alex Maslow <blueraider0(at)gmail

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication - Blueraider0   (Dec 16, 2011, 1:14 pm)
Who keeps vetoing these draws??

Also, I'd like this game over before the 20th, because while you all
are celebrating JC's birthday, I'll be on the 5th night of
"Cha-noo-ka." And we all know its

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Retreats - AceRimmer   (Dec 16, 2011, 12:15 pm)
Well, I think you've all seen the latest.?? The Austrians disband rather than retreat.

There is an English solo publicly proposed by England.

Orders and votes are due by Tuesday, December 16, 2:00 p

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication - dknemeyer   (Dec 16, 2011, 12:00 pm)
Hi Jack,



I proposed an English solo and will certainly vote for it.




Dirk







On Dec 16, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Jack McHugh wrote:


reterat both units OTB...and please vote for the damn dra

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication - FlapJack   (Dec 16, 2011, 11:45 am)

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication - AceRimmer   (Dec 16, 2011, 11:06 am)
No peace.

No justice.

No peace.

No justice.

No peace.

If you ask me, there has been a recurring failure to build a consensus behind any single endgame proposal. Oh, sure, it???s easy to propose,

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DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication (dc373) FlapJack Dec 16, 11:45 am
DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication (dc373) dknemeyer Dec 16, 12:00 pm
Hi Jack,



I proposed an English solo and will certainly vote for it.




Dirk







On Dec 16, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Jack McHugh wrote:


reterat both units OTB...and please vote for the damn dra
DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication (dc373) Blueraider0 Dec 16, 01:14 pm
Who keeps vetoing these draws??

Also, I'd like this game over before the 20th, because while you all
are celebrating JC's birthday, I'll be on the 5th night of
"Cha-noo-ka." And we all know its
DC 373: Spring 1917 Adjudication (dc373) archimedes Dec 16, 01:15 pm
Adam,


 


I propose both a EF draw and a EFG draw, I have voted for every draw proposal.


 


Mark


 


 












From: Alex Maslow <blueraider0(at)gmail
DC 373: Adjudication in Limbo - AceRimmer   (Dec 15, 2011, 1:27 pm)
I am still missing one set of orders. Collection agents have been sent 'round to "make inquiries".

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DC 373: Winter 1916 Adjudication - AceRimmer   (Dec 08, 2011, 2:49 pm)
1917. Germany declares unrestricted submarine warfare. Britain intercepts the Zimmerman Telegram, proposing a German-Mexican alliance (it was to be celebrated over tacos and bratwurst). In spite of

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DC 373: F1916 Retreat - AceRimmer   (Dec 06, 2011, 4:36 pm)
France retreats F Ionian Sea - Greece
Germany retreats A Warsaw - Prussia
That leaves:
Austria: 1 disband
England: 2 builds
France: 1 build
Germany: 1 disband
Orders due on Thursday. No new ma

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DC 373: Fall 1916 Adjudication - AceRimmer   (Dec 06, 2011, 3:11 pm)
There is no agreement to end the game. Soldier on!
For a season in such a developed game, I found this adjudication to have more than its share of intriguing events.
Austria leaves Albania idle, wh

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DC 373: Spring 1916 - AceRimmer   (Nov 29, 2011, 3:22 pm)
"Jus belli, ut qui vicissent, iis quos vicissent, quemadmodum vellent, imperarent."
- Julius Caesar

The EFG coalition surges forward into Galicia and Venice. The Austrian army in Venice auto-retreat

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DC 373: Winter 1915 - AceRimmer   (Nov 21, 2011, 9:48 am)
England builds and army in Edinburgh.
This sets up Spring 1916, which I'm going to set for Tuesday, November 29th.

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DC 373: Fall 1915 Adjudication - AceRimmer   (Nov 18, 2011, 4:35 pm)
Thanks to a doctor's visit and the demands of my job, I am hastening to get out an adjudication before I depart for the day. No doubt, I will make a mistake, but I don't have the time to -- as expres

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DC 373: Waiting - Blueraider0   (Nov 17, 2011, 2:19 pm)

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DC 373: Waiting - AceRimmer   (Nov 17, 2011, 2:17 pm)
Cannot adjudicate without multiple sets of orders...

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DC 373: Waiting (dc373) Blueraider0 Nov 17, 02:19 pm
DC 373: Reminder - AceRimmer   (Nov 16, 2011, 10:11 am)
Votes and orders due tomorrow. I have two sets in... meaning that two sets are still absent.

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DC 373: Draw Proposals, too - AceRimmer   (Nov 14, 2011, 10:04 am)
I forgot to mention in my last adjudication that there are fresh end-game proposals:
EF
EFG
EFGA
Please include votes with your orders for Thursday.

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DC 373: Spring 1915 - AceRimmer   (Nov 10, 2011, 4:40 pm)
Funny thing - I received draw votes from multiple players, but there were no draw proposals on the table! Just to review the process:
First, somebody proposes a draw.
THEN you vote!

For today???

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