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dc278 - Spring 1906 Results - jafainri   (Jan 15, 2010, 5:33 am)
No one like to play Italy and although I was reluctant, I had not played in so long, I made the decision to go for it anyway.

With that said, I had a blast keeping just about everyone on edge saying WTF is he doing? J

There was never an I/A alliance only a mutual understanding as we both had our agendas. I only had the one opportunity to take TRI but knew I could never support that move afterwards. I agree that the childish behavior from turkey played a crucial role in the game as it impacted the rest of us who bordered those countries that took advantage of the Slutan.

I had fun trouncing through Germany and back again. I am however not sure what hell England was doing. The goal here is to WIN. He had France down to 2 units and would have clearly controlled the whole western half of the map. Not even Austria could have built up a force fast enough to counter any offensive or blockade in WMED.

France on the other hand, so dam predicable. Even on my worse day, I out guessed France pretty much every time and might even been on a comeback with my newly formed agreement with Austria. We were just getting started.

This game could have easily gone to a 2 way victory or solo for Austria or England. Just when the game gets interesting, people stop. Never understood that. Since I was the lonely bull with 2 units left, who was I to try and buck the system if people want to quit.

tt



From: blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com [mailto:blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com] On Behalf Of Fredrik Blom
Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 3:59 PM
To: Dirk Knemeyer; Jeff Cole; Michael Sims; John Clarke; Tony Tella; dc278(at)diplomaticcorp.com; aefgirt7(at)yahoo.com; Jeffrey Clay
Subject: dc278 - Spring 1906 Results


Diplomats,


And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France and Italy being the two survivors.



End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to do so.



This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future games.



I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in another game on Diplomaticcorp.



Final map and Realpolitik file is included.



/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results - FuzzyLogic   (Jan 14, 2010, 7:14 pm)
Hey all,
Fredrik your GMing was some of the best! You may not think so but it
was. Always timely, I was really anticipating results when they were
due out cuz I knew they came out so close to the deadlines.

I really enjoyed the game. From the onset I suspected Dirk was going to
be the player to beat (and he alleges likewise about me) and we talked
early on about a possible 2-way. Then that turned into a 3-way with us
and Germany, and that was my focus for much of the game.

It broke down tho when Dirk started (was there ever a start or was it
just always?) diploming behind our backs, and trying to ensure that
myself and Germany didn't do too well in the alliance. In particular,
Dirk was so worried about an AI (which never was) that I think it drove
him to not work w me at all. (we'll never know if this was legit
paranoia or a convincing ploy)

Really all the early talks of an AI had me somewhat annoyed cuz I knew
there wasn't such (I covered my own centers from Italian attack multiple
times, and failed to support Tony one move in which I could have), and
Dirk was insisting on it so much, that it became a self-fulfilling
prophecy. By making everyone go south, it more or less forced me into
cooperation w Italy, which was never planned. I should have picked up
on this sooner, and Jeff (Germany) had some early suspicions about
England that we didn't act on. Goes to show, you should always follow
your instincts in this game, for a turn later, England invaded Germany
and our alliance was done.

So from then on, I was thinking it was a grim world - for even tho I had
a pretty good empire, I knew Dirk was rallying Russia and France against
me, and my worry was that he would get them to overextend enough my way
that he could stab them and get the solo. That didn't happen... I think
Dirk made a move too soon on Russia, which turned Jeff to my side. I
believe you could have had Russia and France eating out of your hands
for a while longer there Dirk.

Once the stab of Russia happened, he was pretty much out. I was on the
verge of working w Jeff again, to boot England out of StP, but I
chickened out at the last minute, thinking Dirk would be more persuasive
than myself. In hindsight I should have gone w Jeff on this, and Russia
could have held on to Saint Petes and Moscow, and maybe England wouldn't
have had such an easy time.

At a couple points I considered stabbing Italy, but I didn't do that
either, again because of the intense FE pressure about an AI. They were
working so closely together, and France leaving his entire empire open
for England, that I worried they would continue on against me even when
Italy was dead. John, if at any point you'd have made a move to reclaim
Brest, I'd have been more open to working w you, for then you'd have a
northern port. Without that, I figured you were going strictly south
and east, which your units did.

(If we had not drawn here, your build of A Par in this last turn had me
intrigued, for this suggested maybe you were going to take back Bre?)

Dirk, it was truly masterful, that you invaded France, took his most
valuable city, and still managed to convince him you were his best ally
- all while sitting in Bre, ready to invade Paris at will. I don't know
how you did this. Shutting down the French ability to turn on you while
still keeping him onside was a diplomatic feat. You can no longer refer
to yourself as a newbie after that.

I'm happy w the result... If anything I thought the game more likely to
go 3-way if France lodged himself into Tunis, so I took the 2-way
happily as the best result I thought I could get in this one.

Good game, and I hope to see you all again,
-mike




-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer [mailto:dirk(at)knemeyer.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 3:16 PM
To: Fredrik Blom
Subject: Re: dc278 - Spring 1906 Results

Thanks for GM'ing the game Fredrik I thought you did a good job by any
measure, but an excellent job for a first-timer!

This was a fun game: Jeff Cole, I'm really sorry for the stab, I think
Austria had broken you and I didn't want him to solo with your last
centers, I liked working with you quite a bit and didn't want it to
end; Jeff Clay, you just didn't communicate enough and I wasn't sure
where you stood, especially since I was so afraid of an Austrian-
Italian alliance. Dan, I hardly knew you.

John, you were a great ally up until the final turn when we had a
little static, of course I can't complain too loudly because I had my
moment of weakness in grabbing Brest! Tony, I will take your limited
diplomacy as a product of our never sharing a sphere of influence as
opposed to anything personal. Mike, I expected to see you standing
over us at the end and feel lucky I was able to have a share of it.

Unfortunately I felt this game really came down to the unfortunate NMR
situation with Turkey. If that confusion hadn't happened, or there had
not been the opposition to letting his late orders play, I suspect at
least six if not seven of us would still be playing and anybody could
be leading. Well, no, Mike probably would still be leading but
needless to say it would be a dramatically different game.

I hope to play with all of you again...

Dirk


On Jan 14, 2010, at 3:59 PM, Fredrik Blom wrote:

Diplomats,

And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon
across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France
and Italy being the two survivors.

End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to
do so.

This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger
than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know
that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future
games.

I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in
another game on Diplomaticcorp.

Final map and Realpolitik file is included.

/Fredrik

<dc278.dpy><dc278 Spring 1906.gif>

[Reply]

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results - dknemeyer   (Jan 14, 2010, 3:15 pm)
Thanks for GM'ing the game Fredrik I thought you did a good job by any
measure, but an excellent job for a first-timer!

This was a fun game: Jeff Cole, I'm really sorry for the stab, I think
Austria had broken you and I didn't want him to solo with your last
centers, I liked working with you quite a bit and didn't want it to
end; Jeff Clay, you just didn't communicate enough and I wasn't sure
where you stood, especially since I was so afraid of an Austrian-
Italian alliance. Dan, I hardly knew you.

John, you were a great ally up until the final turn when we had a
little static, of course I can't complain too loudly because I had my
moment of weakness in grabbing Brest! Tony, I will take your limited
diplomacy as a product of our never sharing a sphere of influence as
opposed to anything personal. Mike, I expected to see you standing
over us at the end and feel lucky I was able to have a share of it.

Unfortunately I felt this game really came down to the unfortunate NMR
situation with Turkey. If that confusion hadn't happened, or there had
not been the opposition to letting his late orders play, I suspect at
least six if not seven of us would still be playing and anybody could
be leading. Well, no, Mike probably would still be leading but
needless to say it would be a dramatically different game.

I hope to play with all of you again...

Dirk


On Jan 14, 2010, at 3:59 PM, Fredrik Blom wrote:

Diplomats,

And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon
across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France
and Italy being the two survivors.

End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to
do so.

This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger
than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know
that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future
games.

I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in
another game on Diplomaticcorp.

Final map and Realpolitik file is included.

/Fredrik

<dc278.dpy><dc278 Spring 1906.gif>

[Reply]

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results - z93blom   (Jan 14, 2010, 2:59 pm)
Diplomats,

And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France and Italy being the two survivors.


End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to do so.


This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future games.


I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in another game on Diplomaticcorp. 


Final map and Realpolitik file is included.


/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results (dc278) dknemeyer Jan 14, 03:15 pm
Thanks for GM'ing the game Fredrik I thought you did a good job by any
measure, but an excellent job for a first-timer!

This was a fun game: Jeff Cole, I'm really sorry for the stab, I think
Austria had broken you and I didn't want him to solo with your last
centers, I liked working with you quite a bit and didn't want it to
end; Jeff Clay, you just didn't communicate enough and I wasn't sure
where you stood, especially since I was so afraid of an Austrian-
Italian alliance. Dan, I hardly knew you.

John, you were a great ally up until the final turn when we had a
little static, of course I can't complain too loudly because I had my
moment of weakness in grabbing Brest! Tony, I will take your limited
diplomacy as a product of our never sharing a sphere of influence as
opposed to anything personal. Mike, I expected to see you standing
over us at the end and feel lucky I was able to have a share of it.

Unfortunately I felt this game really came down to the unfortunate NMR
situation with Turkey. If that confusion hadn't happened, or there had
not been the opposition to letting his late orders play, I suspect at
least six if not seven of us would still be playing and anybody could
be leading. Well, no, Mike probably would still be leading but
needless to say it would be a dramatically different game.

I hope to play with all of you again...

Dirk


On Jan 14, 2010, at 3:59 PM, Fredrik Blom wrote:

Diplomats,

And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon
across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France
and Italy being the two survivors.

End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to
do so.

This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger
than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know
that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future
games.

I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in
another game on Diplomaticcorp.

Final map and Realpolitik file is included.

/Fredrik

<dc278.dpy><dc278 Spring 1906.gif>

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results (dc278) FuzzyLogic Jan 14, 07:14 pm
Hey all,
Fredrik your GMing was some of the best! You may not think so but it
was. Always timely, I was really anticipating results when they were
due out cuz I knew they came out so close to the deadlines.

I really enjoyed the game. From the onset I suspected Dirk was going to
be the player to beat (and he alleges likewise about me) and we talked
early on about a possible 2-way. Then that turned into a 3-way with us
and Germany, and that was my focus for much of the game.

It broke down tho when Dirk started (was there ever a start or was it
just always?) diploming behind our backs, and trying to ensure that
myself and Germany didn't do too well in the alliance. In particular,
Dirk was so worried about an AI (which never was) that I think it drove
him to not work w me at all. (we'll never know if this was legit
paranoia or a convincing ploy)

Really all the early talks of an AI had me somewhat annoyed cuz I knew
there wasn't such (I covered my own centers from Italian attack multiple
times, and failed to support Tony one move in which I could have), and
Dirk was insisting on it so much, that it became a self-fulfilling
prophecy. By making everyone go south, it more or less forced me into
cooperation w Italy, which was never planned. I should have picked up
on this sooner, and Jeff (Germany) had some early suspicions about
England that we didn't act on. Goes to show, you should always follow
your instincts in this game, for a turn later, England invaded Germany
and our alliance was done.

So from then on, I was thinking it was a grim world - for even tho I had
a pretty good empire, I knew Dirk was rallying Russia and France against
me, and my worry was that he would get them to overextend enough my way
that he could stab them and get the solo. That didn't happen... I think
Dirk made a move too soon on Russia, which turned Jeff to my side. I
believe you could have had Russia and France eating out of your hands
for a while longer there Dirk.

Once the stab of Russia happened, he was pretty much out. I was on the
verge of working w Jeff again, to boot England out of StP, but I
chickened out at the last minute, thinking Dirk would be more persuasive
than myself. In hindsight I should have gone w Jeff on this, and Russia
could have held on to Saint Petes and Moscow, and maybe England wouldn't
have had such an easy time.

At a couple points I considered stabbing Italy, but I didn't do that
either, again because of the intense FE pressure about an AI. They were
working so closely together, and France leaving his entire empire open
for England, that I worried they would continue on against me even when
Italy was dead. John, if at any point you'd have made a move to reclaim
Brest, I'd have been more open to working w you, for then you'd have a
northern port. Without that, I figured you were going strictly south
and east, which your units did.

(If we had not drawn here, your build of A Par in this last turn had me
intrigued, for this suggested maybe you were going to take back Bre?)

Dirk, it was truly masterful, that you invaded France, took his most
valuable city, and still managed to convince him you were his best ally
- all while sitting in Bre, ready to invade Paris at will. I don't know
how you did this. Shutting down the French ability to turn on you while
still keeping him onside was a diplomatic feat. You can no longer refer
to yourself as a newbie after that.

I'm happy w the result... If anything I thought the game more likely to
go 3-way if France lodged himself into Tunis, so I took the 2-way
happily as the best result I thought I could get in this one.

Good game, and I hope to see you all again,
-mike




-----Original Message-----
From: Dirk Knemeyer [mailto:dirk(at)knemeyer.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 3:16 PM
To: Fredrik Blom
Subject: Re: dc278 - Spring 1906 Results

Thanks for GM'ing the game Fredrik I thought you did a good job by any
measure, but an excellent job for a first-timer!

This was a fun game: Jeff Cole, I'm really sorry for the stab, I think
Austria had broken you and I didn't want him to solo with your last
centers, I liked working with you quite a bit and didn't want it to
end; Jeff Clay, you just didn't communicate enough and I wasn't sure
where you stood, especially since I was so afraid of an Austrian-
Italian alliance. Dan, I hardly knew you.

John, you were a great ally up until the final turn when we had a
little static, of course I can't complain too loudly because I had my
moment of weakness in grabbing Brest! Tony, I will take your limited
diplomacy as a product of our never sharing a sphere of influence as
opposed to anything personal. Mike, I expected to see you standing
over us at the end and feel lucky I was able to have a share of it.

Unfortunately I felt this game really came down to the unfortunate NMR
situation with Turkey. If that confusion hadn't happened, or there had
not been the opposition to letting his late orders play, I suspect at
least six if not seven of us would still be playing and anybody could
be leading. Well, no, Mike probably would still be leading but
needless to say it would be a dramatically different game.

I hope to play with all of you again...

Dirk


On Jan 14, 2010, at 3:59 PM, Fredrik Blom wrote:

Diplomats,

And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon
across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France
and Italy being the two survivors.

End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to
do so.

This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger
than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know
that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future
games.

I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in
another game on Diplomaticcorp.

Final map and Realpolitik file is included.

/Fredrik

<dc278.dpy><dc278 Spring 1906.gif>

dc278 - Spring 1906 Results (dc278) jafainri Jan 15, 05:33 am
No one like to play Italy and although I was reluctant, I had not played in so long, I made the decision to go for it anyway.

With that said, I had a blast keeping just about everyone on edge saying WTF is he doing? J

There was never an I/A alliance only a mutual understanding as we both had our agendas. I only had the one opportunity to take TRI but knew I could never support that move afterwards. I agree that the childish behavior from turkey played a crucial role in the game as it impacted the rest of us who bordered those countries that took advantage of the Slutan.

I had fun trouncing through Germany and back again. I am however not sure what hell England was doing. The goal here is to WIN. He had France down to 2 units and would have clearly controlled the whole western half of the map. Not even Austria could have built up a force fast enough to counter any offensive or blockade in WMED.

France on the other hand, so dam predicable. Even on my worse day, I out guessed France pretty much every time and might even been on a comeback with my newly formed agreement with Austria. We were just getting started.

This game could have easily gone to a 2 way victory or solo for Austria or England. Just when the game gets interesting, people stop. Never understood that. Since I was the lonely bull with 2 units left, who was I to try and buck the system if people want to quit.

tt



From: blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com [mailto:blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com] On Behalf Of Fredrik Blom
Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 3:59 PM
To: Dirk Knemeyer; Jeff Cole; Michael Sims; John Clarke; Tony Tella; dc278(at)diplomaticcorp.com; aefgirt7(at)yahoo.com; Jeffrey Clay
Subject: dc278 - Spring 1906 Results


Diplomats,


And so the diplomatic efforts succeed and peace is agreed upon across Europe. England and Austria share the victory, with France and Italy being the two survivors.



End game statements can be sent to the forum for those who wish to do so.



This was my first game GM:ing, and I made some mistakes (some bigger than others). However, I hope you all have had fun playing. I know that I've learned some things, and hope to be a better GM in future games.



I thank you all for participating, and hope to see you soon in another game on Diplomaticcorp.



Final map and Realpolitik file is included.



/Fredrik
dc278 - Fall 1905 Results - dknemeyer   (Jan 07, 2010, 2:25 pm)
Hi Fredrik,

I vote in favour of this proposal.

Dirk

From: blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com [mailto:blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com] On Behalf Of Fredrik Blom
Sent: Thursday, January 07, 2010 2:49 PM
To: Dirk Knemeyer; Jeff Cole; Michael Sims; John Clarke; Tony Tella; dc278(at)diplomaticcorp.com
Subject: dc278 - Fall 1905 Results


Diplomats,


A new year begins, although with a player less on the board, as Jeff supports himself out of his only possible center, while Austria and England gobble up the other centers. Thank you Jeff for playing, and better luck in your next game. Meanwhile Italy hangs on by a thread (and some clever diplomacy?).



We have some builds that are needed:

Austria: Build 1

England: Build 3

France: Build 1



There is also a End Game proposal put forth. Please vote with the current turn. A unanimous vote is needed for success, otherwise it will fail. A failure to vote will automatically be a vote against the proposal.



* Draw between England, Austria and France (survival for Italy)




Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal

Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








Austria:

F Adriatic Sea Supports F Greece - Ionian Sea

A Armenia - Sevastopol

F Black Sea Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol

A Bohemia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia

A Constantinople - Bulgaria

A Galicia - Warsaw

F Greece - Ionian Sea

A Livonia Supports A Ukraine - Moscow

A Rumania Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol

A Trieste - Venice (*Bounce*)

A Tyrolia - Venice (*Bounce*)

A Ukraine - Moscow



England:

F Berlin Hold

A Brest Hold

A Denmark - Sweden

F English Channel - North Sea

F Kiel - Baltic Sea

F North Sea - Denmark

A Ruhr Supports A Munich

F St Petersburg(nc) Hold

A Sweden - Finland



France:

A Burgundy - Marseilles

F Gulf of Lyon - Western Mediterranean

A Munich Hold

A Naples Supports A Tuscany - Rome (*Disbanded*)

F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)

A Tuscany - Rome

F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Tuscany - Rome



Italy:

A Apulia Supports A Rome - Naples

A Rome - Naples



Russia:

A Moscow - St Petersburg (*Disbanded*)

A Prussia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia

F Sevastopol Hold (*Disbanded*)

A Warsaw - Silesia



Ownership:



Austria: Ankara, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Greece, Moscow, Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, Smyrna, Trieste, Vienna, Warsaw.



England: Belgium, Berlin, Brest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, Kiel, Liverpool, London, Norway, St Petersburg, Sweden.



France: Marseilles, Munich, Paris, Portugal, Rome, Spain, Tunis.

Italy: Naples, Venice.



Adjustments:



Austria: Supp 13 Unit 12 Build 1

England: Supp 12 Unit 9 Build 3

France: Supp 7 Unit 6 Build 1

Germany: Supp 0 Unit 0 Build 0

Italy: Supp 2 Unit 2 Build 0

Russia: Supp 0 Unit 2 Remove 2

Turkey: Supp 0 Unit 0 Build 0




Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal

Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc278 - Fall 1905 Results - fredrik at familjenblo...   (Jan 07, 2010, 2:12 pm)
Diplomats,

In my rush to get this out I accidentally misentered an order. John (France)'s Burgundy unit was not ordered into Marseilles. It was ordered into Gascony instead. This is entirely my fault and I apologize for it. If this changes any of the already received orders, please resubmit them.


Please find an updated dpy file with this mail.


Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal
Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

2010/1/7 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Diplomats,

A new year begins, although with a player less on the board, as Jeff supports himself out of his only possible center, while Austria and England gobble up the other centers. Thank you Jeff for playing, and better luck in your next game. Meanwhile Italy hangs on by a thread (and some clever diplomacy?).


We have some builds that are needed:
Austria: Build 1
England: Build 3
France: Build 1


There is also a End Game proposal put forth. Please vote with the current turn. A unanimous vote is needed for success, otherwise it will fail. A failure to vote will automatically be a vote against the proposal.


* Draw between England, Austria and France (survival for Italy)



Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal
Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
F Adriatic Sea Supports F Greece - Ionian Sea
A Armenia - Sevastopol
F Black Sea Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol
A Bohemia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia
A Constantinople - Bulgaria
A Galicia - Warsaw
F Greece - Ionian Sea
A Livonia Supports A Ukraine - Moscow
A Rumania Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol
A Trieste - Venice (*Bounce*)
A Tyrolia - Venice (*Bounce*)
A Ukraine - Moscow


England: 
F Berlin Hold
A Brest Hold
A Denmark - Sweden
F English Channel - North Sea
F Kiel - Baltic Sea
F North Sea - Denmark
A Ruhr Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) Hold
A Sweden - Finland


France: 
A Burgundy - Marseilles
F Gulf of Lyon - Western Mediterranean
A Munich Hold
A Naples Supports A Tuscany - Rome (*Disbanded*)
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Tuscany - Rome
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Tuscany - Rome


Italy: 
A Apulia Supports A Rome - Naples
A Rome - Naples


Russia: 
A Moscow - St Petersburg (*Disbanded*)
A Prussia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia
F Sevastopol Hold (*Disbanded*)
A Warsaw - Silesia


Ownership:


Austria: Ankara, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Greece, Moscow, Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, Smyrna, Trieste, Vienna, Warsaw.


England: Belgium, Berlin, Brest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, Kiel, Liverpool, London, Norway, St Petersburg, Sweden.


France: Marseilles, Munich, Paris, Portugal, Rome, Spain, Tunis.
Italy: Naples, Venice.


Adjustments:


Austria:   Supp 13 Unit 12 Build  1
England:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
France:    Supp  7 Unit  6 Build  1
Germany:   Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  2 Build  0
Russia:    Supp  0 Unit  2 Remove  2
Turkey:    Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0



Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal
Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik









[Reply]

dc278 - Fall 1905 Results - fredrik at familjenblo...   (Jan 07, 2010, 1:48 pm)
Diplomats,

A new year begins, although with a player less on the board, as Jeff supports himself out of his only possible center, while Austria and England gobble up the other centers. Thank you Jeff for playing, and better luck in your next game. Meanwhile Italy hangs on by a thread (and some clever diplomacy?).


We have some builds that are needed:
Austria: Build 1
England: Build 3
France: Build 1


There is also a End Game proposal put forth. Please vote with the current turn. A unanimous vote is needed for success, otherwise it will fail. A failure to vote will automatically be a vote against the proposal.


* Draw between England, Austria and France (survival for Italy)



Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal
Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
F Adriatic Sea Supports F Greece - Ionian Sea
A Armenia - Sevastopol
F Black Sea Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol
A Bohemia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia
A Constantinople - Bulgaria
A Galicia - Warsaw
F Greece - Ionian Sea
A Livonia Supports A Ukraine - Moscow
A Rumania Supports A Armenia - Sevastopol
A Trieste - Venice (*Bounce*)
A Tyrolia - Venice (*Bounce*)
A Ukraine - Moscow


England: 
F Berlin Hold
A Brest Hold
A Denmark - Sweden
F English Channel - North Sea
F Kiel - Baltic Sea
F North Sea - Denmark
A Ruhr Supports A Munich
F St Petersburg(nc) Hold
A Sweden - Finland


France: 
A Burgundy - Marseilles
F Gulf of Lyon - Western Mediterranean
A Munich Hold
A Naples Supports A Tuscany - Rome (*Disbanded*)
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Fails*)
A Tuscany - Rome
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Tuscany - Rome


Italy: 
A Apulia Supports A Rome - Naples
A Rome - Naples


Russia: 
A Moscow - St Petersburg (*Disbanded*)
A Prussia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia
F Sevastopol Hold (*Disbanded*)
A Warsaw - Silesia


Ownership:


Austria: Ankara, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Greece, Moscow, Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, Smyrna, Trieste, Vienna, Warsaw.


England: Belgium, Berlin, Brest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, Kiel, Liverpool, London, Norway, St Petersburg, Sweden.


France: Marseilles, Munich, Paris, Portugal, Rome, Spain, Tunis.
Italy: Naples, Venice.


Adjustments:


Austria:   Supp 13 Unit 12 Build  1
England:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
France:    Supp  7 Unit  6 Build  1
Germany:   Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  2 Build  0
Russia:    Supp  0 Unit  2 Remove  2
Turkey:    Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0



Next turn: Winter 1905 Adjustments & EG Proposal
Next Deadline: Monday, 11th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

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dc278 - Spring and Summer 1905 Results - fredrik at familjenblo...   (Jan 03, 2010, 1:00 am)
Diplomats,

The retreats as proposed stand. And this is your final reminder to get those orders in. There's still several days left, but I won't be around to remind anyone from now on until the deadline. Don't expect any confirmation emails.


/Fredrik

2009/12/28 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Diplomats,

A belated Merry Christmas to you all. I hope the other side of the holiday finds you in good health. This season find us with the Austrian units expanding out, the English forces moving east, the French trying to move south-east and the Russians trying to get back home, all while the Italians are desperately trying to keep hold of the Italian peninsula.


We have two retreats that are needed:
Russian A Berlin can retreat to Prussia.
Austrian A Warsaw can retreat to Livonia.


Since they are both only to a single territory, and neither cause a problem for the other, I've gone ahead and retreated them both. Mike and Jeff - if you'd rather retreat OTB get word to me this decade!


As usual, if you have a problem with getting orders in in time, please contact me and I'll extend the deadline (within limits), but better yet - submit preliminary orders as soon as possible. I'll be gone on a short skiing trip from the third, and won't be back until the seventh, so let's make the next turn due then.



Next turn: Fall 1905 Movement
Next Deadline: Thursday, 7th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


Austria: 
A Ankara - Constantinople
A Armenia Supports F Black Sea - Sevastopol
A Budapest - Trieste
A Bulgaria - Rumania
F Constantinople - Black Sea
A Galicia - Bohemia
F Greece - Ionian Sea (*Bounce*)
A Rumania - Galicia
A Sevastopol - Ukraine
F Trieste - Adriatic Sea
A Vienna - Tyrolia
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Dislodged*)


England: 
A Brest Hold
A Denmark - Sweden
F English Channel Hold
F Holland - Kiel
F Kiel - Berlin
A London - Denmark
F North Sea Convoys A London - Denmark
F Norway - St Petersburg(nc)
A Ruhr Supports F Holland - Kiel


France: 
F Marseilles - Gulf of Lyon
A Munich Supports F Kiel - Berlin
A Naples Hold
A Paris - Burgundy
F Tunis - Ionian Sea (*Bounce*)
A Tuscany - Venice (*Bounce*)
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Naples


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples (*Fails*)
A Rome - Venice (*Bounce*)


Russia: 
A Berlin - Silesia (*Dislodged*)
F Black Sea - Sevastopol
A Moscow Supports A Prussia - Warsaw
A Prussia - Warsaw



Next turn: Fall 1905 Movement
Next Deadline: Thursday, 7th of January 2010, 19:00 GMT (7PM).















/Fredrik



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dc278 - Winter 1904 Results - fredrik at familjenblo...   (Dec 27, 2009, 12:53 pm)
Diplomats,

The orders are due in about 24 hours. If you need more time - don't hesitate to ask - it is Christmas after all.


/Fredrik

2009/12/19 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Diplomats,

Sorry for being so late with the adjudication. Although it's not an excuse, I've been very busy, what with Christmas coming up. Let's wait with the next turn until after Christmas.


Despite getting a day more to get the orders in, I have not heard from Russia. He will therefore get a automatic disband of the Baltic Sea Fleet.


As usual, if you have a problem with getting orders in in time, please contact me and I'll extend the deadline (within limits), but better yet - submit preliminary orders as soon as possible.


Next turn: Spring 1905 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 28th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
Build F Trieste
Build A Vienna
Build A Budapest


England: 
Build A London


France: 
Build F Marseilles
Build A Paris


Italy: 
Remove F Western Mediterranean
Remove A Tyrolia


Russia:  (No move received)
Remove F Baltic Sea


Next turn: Spring 1905 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 28th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik




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dc278 - Autumn 1904 Retreats - fredrik at familjenblo...   (Dec 17, 2009, 2:41 pm)
Heads of state,

The autumn retreats are in, and we are ready for the short Winter turn. We also have to say thank you to a stalwart German (Jeffrey) who find himself without any troops and no supply centers. I already have several sets of orders. If you still feel fine with those there's no need to resend them. Otherwise, please submit your build/removal orders asap.


Next turn: Winter 1904 Builds/Removals
Next Deadline: Friday, 18th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM) (tomorrow).






Autumn orders:


Germany: 
disband A Berlin


Italy: 
A Munich - Tyrolia
F Tunis - Western Mediterranean


Russia: 
A Warsaw - Prussia


Current Ownership:
Austria:   Ankara, Budapest, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Greece, 
           Rumania, Serbia, Sevastopol, Smyrna, Trieste, Vienna, 
           Warsaw.
England:   Belgium, Brest, Denmark, Edinburgh, Holland, Kiel, 
           Liverpool, London, Norway.
France:    Marseilles, Munich, Naples, Paris, Portugal, Spain, 
           Tunis.
Italy:     Rome, Venice.
Russia:    Berlin, Moscow, St Petersburg, Sweden.


Adjustments:


Austria:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
England:   Supp  9 Unit  8 Build  1
France:    Supp  7 Unit  5 Build  2
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  4 Remove  2
Russia:    Supp  4 Unit  5 Remove  1


Next turn: Winter 1904 Builds/Disbands
Next Deadline: Friday, 18th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM) (tomorrow).









/Fredrik

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dc278 - Fall 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 16, 2009, 11:28 am)
All,

My wife tells me that she's having problems sending mail to my normal mail address - they are bouncing somewhere, and I have received suspiciously few orders this season, so I suspect that some of you may be having the same problems.


If you have received a confirmation from me you're fine. Otherwise, please resubmit your orders to this address:


blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com ([email]blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com[/email])


I'm extending the deadline for dc278 by a day in order to get orders. Those of you who do not need to think about retreat - start thinking about the builds - you can sent them in already if you know what you plan to build. I'll try to make the next turn (builds) due by Friday, to keep the game moving.


German A Berlin can retreat to Silesia.
Italian A Munich can retreat to Silesia or Bohemia or Tyrolia.
Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Western 
           Mediterranean.
Russian A Warsaw can retreat to Prussia or Livonia or Ukraine.



Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Thursday, 17th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

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dc278 - Fall 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 14, 2009, 1:57 pm)
I forgot the maps (thanks Dirk for the reminder).

Anyways, here they are.


/Fredrik

2009/12/14 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Warmongers,

The continued pressure on the three smaller remaining powers continues as the summer turns into fall. Russia and Italy take a beating, while the Germans are the next power to leave us.


We have lots of retreats this season, so I'll do a turn with only the retreats. Builds are coming up next. If I receive a full set of orders marked as final by tomorrow I'll do the adjudication then, otherwise we'll wait until Wednesday.


German A Berlin can retreat to Silesia.
Italian A Munich can retreat to Silesia or Bohemia or Tyrolia.
Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Western 
           Mediterranean.
Russian A Warsaw can retreat to Prussia or Livonia or Ukraine.



Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
F Albania - Greece
A Armenia Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Bulgaria Supports F Constantinople (*Cut*)
F Constantinople Supports A Smyrna - Ankara
A Galicia Supports A Silesia - Warsaw
A Rumania Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Silesia - Warsaw
A Smyrna - Ankara
A Ukraine - Sevastopol


England: 
A Brest Hold
F Holland Supports F Kiel
F Kiel Supports A Prussia - Berlin
A London - Denmark
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - English Channel
F North Sea Convoys A London - Denmark
F Norway Hold
A Ruhr Supports A Burgundy - Munich


France: 
A Burgundy - Munich
F Ionian Sea - Tunis
A Naples Hold
A Piedmont - Tuscany
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea - Tunis


Germany: 
A Berlin - Prussia (*Dislodged*)


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples (*Fails*)
A Munich Supports A Ruhr - Burgundy (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Venice - Rome


Russia: 
A Ankara - Bulgaria (*Disbanded*)
F Baltic Sea Supports A Prussia - Berlin
F Black Sea Convoys A Ankara - Bulgaria
A Prussia - Berlin
A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Dislodged*)





Upcoming builds are as follows:


Austria:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
England:   Supp  9 Unit  8 Build  1
France:    Supp  7 Unit  5 Build  2
Germany:   Supp  0 Unit  1 Remove  1 (or 0 if the retreat is OTB)
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  4 Remove  2 (or can retreat up to two OTB)
Russia:    Supp  4 Unit  5 Remove  1 (or can retreat OTB)
Turkey:    Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0






Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).












/Fredrik



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dc278 - Fall 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 14, 2009, 1:50 pm)
Warmongers,

The continued pressure on the three smaller remaining powers continues as the summer turns into fall. Russia and Italy take a beating, while the Germans are the next power to leave us.


We have lots of retreats this season, so I'll do a turn with only the retreats. Builds are coming up next. If I receive a full set of orders marked as final by tomorrow I'll do the adjudication then, otherwise we'll wait until Wednesday.


German A Berlin can retreat to Silesia.
Italian A Munich can retreat to Silesia or Bohemia or Tyrolia.
Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Western 
           Mediterranean.
Russian A Warsaw can retreat to Prussia or Livonia or Ukraine.



Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
F Albania - Greece
A Armenia Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Bulgaria Supports F Constantinople (*Cut*)
F Constantinople Supports A Smyrna - Ankara
A Galicia Supports A Silesia - Warsaw
A Rumania Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Silesia - Warsaw
A Smyrna - Ankara
A Ukraine - Sevastopol


England: 
A Brest Hold
F Holland Supports F Kiel
F Kiel Supports A Prussia - Berlin
A London - Denmark
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - English Channel
F North Sea Convoys A London - Denmark
F Norway Hold
A Ruhr Supports A Burgundy - Munich


France: 
A Burgundy - Munich
F Ionian Sea - Tunis
A Naples Hold
A Piedmont - Tuscany
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea - Tunis


Germany: 
A Berlin - Prussia (*Dislodged*)


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples (*Fails*)
A Munich Supports A Ruhr - Burgundy (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Venice - Rome


Russia: 
A Ankara - Bulgaria (*Disbanded*)
F Baltic Sea Supports A Prussia - Berlin
F Black Sea Convoys A Ankara - Bulgaria
A Prussia - Berlin
A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Dislodged*)





Upcoming builds are as follows:


Austria:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
England:   Supp  9 Unit  8 Build  1
France:    Supp  7 Unit  5 Build  2
Germany:   Supp  0 Unit  1 Remove  1 (or 0 if the retreat is OTB)
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  4 Remove  2 (or can retreat up to two OTB)
Russia:    Supp  4 Unit  5 Remove  1 (or can retreat OTB)
Turkey:    Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0






Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).












/Fredrik

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dc278 - Fall 1904 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 14, 01:57 pm
I forgot the maps (thanks Dirk for the reminder).

Anyways, here they are.


/Fredrik

2009/12/14 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Warmongers,

The continued pressure on the three smaller remaining powers continues as the summer turns into fall. Russia and Italy take a beating, while the Germans are the next power to leave us.


We have lots of retreats this season, so I'll do a turn with only the retreats. Builds are coming up next. If I receive a full set of orders marked as final by tomorrow I'll do the adjudication then, otherwise we'll wait until Wednesday.


German A Berlin can retreat to Silesia.
Italian A Munich can retreat to Silesia or Bohemia or Tyrolia.
Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Western 
           Mediterranean.
Russian A Warsaw can retreat to Prussia or Livonia or Ukraine.



Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
F Albania - Greece
A Armenia Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Bulgaria Supports F Constantinople (*Cut*)
F Constantinople Supports A Smyrna - Ankara
A Galicia Supports A Silesia - Warsaw
A Rumania Supports A Ukraine - Sevastopol
A Silesia - Warsaw
A Smyrna - Ankara
A Ukraine - Sevastopol


England: 
A Brest Hold
F Holland Supports F Kiel
F Kiel Supports A Prussia - Berlin
A London - Denmark
F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - English Channel
F North Sea Convoys A London - Denmark
F Norway Hold
A Ruhr Supports A Burgundy - Munich


France: 
A Burgundy - Munich
F Ionian Sea - Tunis
A Naples Hold
A Piedmont - Tuscany
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports F Ionian Sea - Tunis


Germany: 
A Berlin - Prussia (*Dislodged*)


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples (*Fails*)
A Munich Supports A Ruhr - Burgundy (*Dislodged*)
F Tunis Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Venice - Rome


Russia: 
A Ankara - Bulgaria (*Disbanded*)
F Baltic Sea Supports A Prussia - Berlin
F Black Sea Convoys A Ankara - Bulgaria
A Prussia - Berlin
A Sevastopol - Moscow
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Dislodged*)





Upcoming builds are as follows:


Austria:   Supp 12 Unit  9 Build  3
England:   Supp  9 Unit  8 Build  1
France:    Supp  7 Unit  5 Build  2
Germany:   Supp  0 Unit  1 Remove  1 (or 0 if the retreat is OTB)
Italy:     Supp  2 Unit  4 Remove  2 (or can retreat up to two OTB)
Russia:    Supp  4 Unit  5 Remove  1 (or can retreat OTB)
Turkey:    Supp  0 Unit  0 Build  0






Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 16th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).












/Fredrik



dc278 - Fall 1904 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 16, 11:28 am
All,

My wife tells me that she's having problems sending mail to my normal mail address - they are bouncing somewhere, and I have received suspiciously few orders this season, so I suspect that some of you may be having the same problems.


If you have received a confirmation from me you're fine. Otherwise, please resubmit your orders to this address:


blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com ([email]blom.fredrik(at)gmail.com[/email])


I'm extending the deadline for dc278 by a day in order to get orders. Those of you who do not need to think about retreat - start thinking about the builds - you can sent them in already if you know what you plan to build. I'll try to make the next turn (builds) due by Friday, to keep the game moving.


German A Berlin can retreat to Silesia.
Italian A Munich can retreat to Silesia or Bohemia or Tyrolia.
Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Western 
           Mediterranean.
Russian A Warsaw can retreat to Prussia or Livonia or Ukraine.



Next turn: Autumn 1904 Retreats
Next Deadline: Thursday, 17th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik
dc278 - Spring 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 13, 2009, 2:24 pm)
Stabbers,

It's that time of the week again - time to get those final orders in. I have a full set of orders, so unless something comes up, I'll be adjudicating by this time tomorrow.


Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM) (In about 22 ½ hours).









/Fredrik

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dc278 - Spring 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 11, 2009, 8:58 am)
Stabbers,

I'm sorry for not getting word out to you earlier, but here it is:
The Summer 1904 Retreats stand as adjudicated.


Italy: 
A Naples - Apulia


Russia: 
A Silesia - Prussia



This is an official reminder to you all to get those orders in for the Fall Movement. I plan to get an reminder out for you on Sunday, but for those of you who do not have access to your email during the weekend, here it is.


Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








/Fredrik

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dc278 - Spring 1904 Results - z93blom   (Dec 07, 2009, 2:33 pm)
Stabbers,

As we move into 1904 the three greater powers are focusing on one minor power each to bully around. Austria surrounds all of the southern centers of Russia, France moves in on the Italian peninsula and England strikes out at the heartland of Germany, scattering the Army stationed in Kiel.


There are two retreats needed, but since there was only one province available for the retreat each, I've gone ahead and retreated the units. Tony and Jeff, if you'd rather retreat off the board, please let me know by 19:00 GMT Wednesday, otherwise the retreats will stand as adjudicated.


Any mistakes that I've made should be brought to my attention as soon as possible. Also, please let me know if you plan on being away or if you want an extended deadline, which I'll be happy to grant if need be.


We'll make the next turn due in a week, which should give you plenty of time to conspire amongst yourself.


Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








Spring 1904 Movement:


Austria: 
F Aegean Sea - Constantinople
A Bohemia - Silesia
A Budapest - Galicia
A Constantinople - Smyrna
A Galicia - Ukraine
A Greece - Bulgaria
A Rumania Supports A Galicia - Ukraine
A Smyrna - Armenia
F Trieste - Albania


England: 
A Belgium - Ruhr
A Brest Hold
F Denmark - Kiel
F Edinburgh - North Sea
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean
F Holland Supports F Denmark - Kiel
A London Hold
F Norway Hold


France: 
A Burgundy - Munich (*Fails*)
F Ionian Sea Convoys A Tunis - Naples
A Marseilles - Piedmont
A Tunis - Naples
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Tunis - Naples


Germany: 
A Berlin Supports A Bohemia - Silesia
A Kiel Supports A Berlin (*Disbanded*)


Italy: 
A Munich Supports A Bohemia - Silesia (*Cut*)
A Naples - Rome (*Dislodged*)
F North Africa - Tunis
A Venice - Rome (*Bounce*)


Russia: 
A Ankara Hold
F Black Sea Supports A Ankara
A Prussia - Warsaw
A Silesia - Berlin (*Dislodged*)
F Sweden - Baltic Sea
A Ukraine - Sevastopol


Summer retreats (preliminary until Wednesday):
Italian A Naples can retreat to Apulia.
Russian A Silesia can retreat to Prussia.


Italy: 
A Naples - Apulia


Russia: 
A Silesia - Prussia





Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc278 - Spring 1904 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 11, 08:58 am
Stabbers,

I'm sorry for not getting word out to you earlier, but here it is:
The Summer 1904 Retreats stand as adjudicated.


Italy: 
A Naples - Apulia


Russia: 
A Silesia - Prussia



This is an official reminder to you all to get those orders in for the Fall Movement. I plan to get an reminder out for you on Sunday, but for those of you who do not have access to your email during the weekend, here it is.


Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).








/Fredrik
dc278 - Spring 1904 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 13, 02:24 pm
Stabbers,

It's that time of the week again - time to get those final orders in. I have a full set of orders, so unless something comes up, I'll be adjudicating by this time tomorrow.


Next turn: Fall 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 14th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM) (In about 22 ½ hours).









/Fredrik
dc278 - Winter 1903 Results - z93blom   (Dec 06, 2009, 12:41 pm)
Diplomats,

The current deadline is moving closer, and I have precious few orders. If you feel that an extension is needed, please give me a holler, and I'll move the deadline. Otherwise, I'll be expecting a lot of orders in the next 24 ½ hours.


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

2009/12/2 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Good afternoon,

The builds are in and we are ready to move on to the next major season - Spring 1904. This year it's balanced builds, with a fleet and an army each for the two builders, while Germany chooses to disband the Tyrolian Army.


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
Build F Trieste
Build A Budapest


England: 
Build F Edinburgh
Build A London


Germany: 
Remove A Tyrolia


Current standings:
Austria: 9
England: 8
France: 5
Germany: 2
Italy: 4
Russia: 6
Turkey: 0


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).









/Fredrik



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dc278 - Winter 1903 Results - z93blom   (Dec 02, 2009, 1:43 pm)
Good afternoon,

The builds are in and we are ready to move on to the next major season - Spring 1904. This year it's balanced builds, with a fleet and an army each for the two builders, while Germany chooses to disband the Tyrolian Army.


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
Build F Trieste
Build A Budapest


England: 
Build F Edinburgh
Build A London


Germany: 
Remove A Tyrolia


Current standings:
Austria: 9
England: 8
France: 5
Germany: 2
Italy: 4
Russia: 6
Turkey: 0


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).









/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc278 - Winter 1903 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 06, 12:41 pm
Diplomats,

The current deadline is moving closer, and I have precious few orders. If you feel that an extension is needed, please give me a holler, and I'll move the deadline. Otherwise, I'll be expecting a lot of orders in the next 24 ½ hours.


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

2009/12/2 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Good afternoon,

The builds are in and we are ready to move on to the next major season - Spring 1904. This year it's balanced builds, with a fleet and an army each for the two builders, while Germany chooses to disband the Tyrolian Army.


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







Austria: 
Build F Trieste
Build A Budapest


England: 
Build F Edinburgh
Build A London


Germany: 
Remove A Tyrolia


Current standings:
Austria: 9
England: 8
France: 5
Germany: 2
Italy: 4
Russia: 6
Turkey: 0


Next turn: Spring 1904 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).









/Fredrik



dc278 - Fall 1903 Results - z93blom   (Dec 01, 2009, 3:10 pm)
Diplomats,

The retreat has come in and it's a sunk Fleet in Denmark (the Fleet retreats OTB).


The following orders are due by Thursday (new deadline, due to the fast response by Jeffrey).


Austria: Build  2
England: Build  2
France: - 
Germany: Remove  1
Italy: - 
Russia: -
Turkey: Eliminated.



Next turn: Winter 1903 Builds/Disbands
Next Deadline: Thursday, 3rd of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik

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dc278 - Fall 1903 Results - z93blom   (Dec 01, 2009, 2:48 pm)
Good afternoon my Diplomats,

This season sees the demise of the Turkish Turtle, all while multiple countries strike at Germany with success, partly due to the fact that the German leadership seems to have disappeared. 


The German Fleet in Denmark has several retreat options available:
Helgoland Bight, North Sea, Baltic Sea or OTB


The Turkish army in Smyrna also has several retreat options available:
Syria, Armenia or OTB, although this has more of a theoretical value, since coming this winter there are no more Turkish centers, and the unit will have to disband.


Come this winter we will see the following changes occur:
Austria: Build  2
England: Build  2
France: - 
Germany: Remove  2 (or 1 if the Fleet retreats OTB)
Italy: - 
Russia: -
Turkey: Eliminated.


We thank Dan for trying out his Turtle. I know that he was disappointed with the start of the game, but he did keep in the game up until the bitter end. Thank you, and good luck in your other games at DC.



Any mistakes that I've made should be brought to my attention as soon as possible. Please let me know if you plan on being away or if you want an extended deadline.




Next turn: Autumn 1903 Retreats (Only Jeffrey/Germany)
Next Deadline: Thursday, 3rd of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).
I will announce the results as soon as I've received them.


You can send in preliminaries for the winter builds/disbands starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Winter 1903 Builds/Disbands
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Game on!


Fall 1903 Movement:




Austria: 
F Aegean Sea Supports A Constantinople - Smyrna
A Albania - Greece
A Bohemia Supports A Silesia - Munich
A Budapest - Rumania
A Bulgaria - Constantinople
A Constantinople - Smyrna
A Galicia Supports A Budapest - Rumania


England: 
A Brest Hold
A Burgundy - Belgium
F English Channel - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
F Holland - Kiel (*Fails*)
F North Sea - Norway
F Skagerrak - Denmark


France: 
A Marseilles Hold
A Picardy - Burgundy
A Tunis Hold
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Ionian Sea
F Western Mediterranean - Tyrrhenian Sea


Germany: 
A Berlin, no move received
F Denmark no move received (*Dislodged*)
A Kiel, no move received
A Tyrolia, no move received


Italy: 
A Naples - Rome (*Bounce*)
F North Africa - Mid-Atlantic Ocean (*Bounce*)
A Silesia - Munich
A Venice - Rome (*Bounce*)


Russia: 
A Ankara Supports A Constantinople - Smyrna
F Black Sea - Rumania (*Fails*)
A Moscow - Ukraine
A Prussia Supports A Warsaw - Silesia
F Sweden Supports F Skagerrak - Denmark
A Warsaw - Silesia


Turkey: 
A Smyrna Hold (*Dislodged*)


Next turn: Autumn 1903 Retreats (Only Jeffrey/Germany)
Next Deadline: Thursday, 3rd of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).
I will announce the results as soon as I've received them.


You can send in preliminaries for the winter builds/disbands starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Winter 1903 Builds/Disbands
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 7th of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).







/Fredrik

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dc278 - Fall 1903 Results (dc278) z93blom Dec 01, 03:10 pm
Diplomats,

The retreat has come in and it's a sunk Fleet in Denmark (the Fleet retreats OTB).


The following orders are due by Thursday (new deadline, due to the fast response by Jeffrey).


Austria: Build  2
England: Build  2
France: - 
Germany: Remove  1
Italy: - 
Russia: -
Turkey: Eliminated.



Next turn: Winter 1903 Builds/Disbands
Next Deadline: Thursday, 3rd of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik
dc278 - Summer 1902 Results - Colonel_Mustard   (Nov 30, 2009, 3:09 pm)
Thanks for the extension.


From: Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>
To: Dan Huck <aefgirt7(at)yahoo.com>; Dirk Knemeyer <dirk(at)knemeyer.com>; Jeff Cole <jeffcole854(at)gmail.com>; Jeffrey Clay <jmc66(at)mac.com>; Michael Sims <mike(at)fuzzylogicllc.net>; John Clarke <john.c1arke(at)btinternet.com>; Tony Tella <jafainri(at)hotmail.com>; dc278(at)diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Mon, November 30, 2009 9:09:04 AM
Subject: Re: dc278 - Summer 1902 Results

Diplomats,

Because I forgot to send out a reminder yesterday and the fact that it's been Thanksgiving and that some of you have been out of touch, I've decided to move the deadline for this turn by 24 hours. You now have approximately 29 hours before the moves are due.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Tuesday, 1st of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik

2009/11/24 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>

Good morning diplomats,

The Italian Fleet did not retreat to the Ionian as I previously suggested - it retreated to North Africa instead.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Some orders for the next turn have already been turned in. Keep the preliminaries coming, and have a happy Thanksgiving. Be kinder to your family members than you are to your fellow diplomats.


/Fredrik



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dc278 - Summer 1902 Results - z93blom   (Nov 30, 2009, 8:09 am)
Diplomats,

Because I forgot to send out a reminder yesterday and the fact that it's been Thanksgiving and that some of you have been out of touch, I've decided to move the deadline for this turn by 24 hours. You now have approximately 29 hours before the moves are due.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Tuesday, 1st of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik

2009/11/24 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Good morning diplomats,

The Italian Fleet did not retreat to the Ionian as I previously suggested - it retreated to North Africa instead.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Some orders for the next turn have already been turned in. Keep the preliminaries coming, and have a happy Thanksgiving. Be kinder to your family members than you are to your fellow diplomats.


/Fredrik



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dc278 - Summer 1902 Results - z93blom   (Nov 24, 2009, 7:22 am)
Good morning diplomats,

The Italian Fleet did not retreat to the Ionian as I previously suggested - it retreated to North Africa instead.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Some orders for the next turn have already been turned in. Keep the preliminaries coming, and have a happy Thanksgiving. Be kinder to your family members than you are to your fellow diplomats.


/Fredrik

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dc278 - Summer 1902 Results (dc278) z93blom Nov 30, 08:09 am
Diplomats,

Because I forgot to send out a reminder yesterday and the fact that it's been Thanksgiving and that some of you have been out of touch, I've decided to move the deadline for this turn by 24 hours. You now have approximately 29 hours before the moves are due.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Tuesday, 1st of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik

2009/11/24 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Good morning diplomats,

The Italian Fleet did not retreat to the Ionian as I previously suggested - it retreated to North Africa instead.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Some orders for the next turn have already been turned in. Keep the preliminaries coming, and have a happy Thanksgiving. Be kinder to your family members than you are to your fellow diplomats.


/Fredrik



dc278 - Summer 1902 Results (dc278) Colonel_Mustard Nov 30, 03:09 pm
Thanks for the extension.


From: Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>
To: Dan Huck <aefgirt7(at)yahoo.com>; Dirk Knemeyer <dirk(at)knemeyer.com>; Jeff Cole <jeffcole854(at)gmail.com>; Jeffrey Clay <jmc66(at)mac.com>; Michael Sims <mike(at)fuzzylogicllc.net>; John Clarke <john.c1arke(at)btinternet.com>; Tony Tella <jafainri(at)hotmail.com>; dc278(at)diplomaticcorp.com
Sent: Mon, November 30, 2009 9:09:04 AM
Subject: Re: dc278 - Summer 1902 Results

Diplomats,

Because I forgot to send out a reminder yesterday and the fact that it's been Thanksgiving and that some of you have been out of touch, I've decided to move the deadline for this turn by 24 hours. You now have approximately 29 hours before the moves are due.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Tuesday, 1st of December, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




/Fredrik

2009/11/24 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>

Good morning diplomats,

The Italian Fleet did not retreat to the Ionian as I previously suggested - it retreated to North Africa instead.


Next turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Next Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Some orders for the next turn have already been turned in. Keep the preliminaries coming, and have a happy Thanksgiving. Be kinder to your family members than you are to your fellow diplomats.


/Fredrik



dc278 - Spring 1902 Results - z93blom   (Nov 23, 2009, 3:53 pm)
Good afternoon,

I made an error while adjudicating. The Marseille army was not ordered inland, instead it was ordered into Piedmont. This has slight implications for where some units will be located for the Fall movement. The following adjustments have been made:


France A Marseilles to Piedmont - *Bounce*
Italy A Venice to Piedmont - *Bounce*


England A Belgium to Burgundy - Success


Please see attached maps and RealPolitik file for changes.


The upcoming orders will still be due as before:


Next turn: Summer 1903 Retreat (Only Tony/Italy)
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 25th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


You can send in preliminaries for the fall movement starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).






/Fredrik

2009/11/23 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se ([email]fredrik(at)familjenblom.se[/email])>

Good afternoon my Diplomats,

A happy GM is has for once received all orders before the time has run out. Keep up the good work.


Once again I'm confounded by all the movement across the board, although quite a lot of the movement failed to happen. I'm not going to analyze the situation, instead leaving the analysis up to you.


For the summer we have one retreat that is needed - the Italian Fleet stationed in Tunis needs to retreat. Tony, I've retreated the Fleet to the Ionian. If you'd rather retreat to North Africa or OTB, please let us know by 19:00 GMT Wednesday, otherwise the retreat stands.


Any mistakes that I've made should be brought to my attention as soon as possible. Please let me know if you plan on being away or if you want an extended deadline.


Next turn: Summer 1903 Retreat (Only Tony/Italy)
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 25th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


You can send in preliminaries for the fall movement starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Game on!


Spring 1903 Movement:




Austria: 
A Budapest - Galicia (*Fails*)
A Bulgaria Supports A Constantinople
A Constantinople Supports A Armenia - Ankara
A Galicia - Silesia (*Bounce*)
F Greece - Aegean Sea
A Trieste - Albania
A Vienna - Bohemia


England: 
A Belgium - Burgundy (*Bounce*)
F Edinburgh - North Sea
F English Channel Convoys A London - Brest
F Holland - Belgium (*Bounce*)
A London - Brest
F Norway - Skagerrak


France: 
A Marseilles - Burgundy (*Bounce*)
A Picardy - Belgium (*Bounce*)
A Spain - Tunis
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Spain - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean Convoys A Spain - Tunis


Germany: 
F Denmark - Sweden (*Fails*)
A Kiel Supports A Munich - Berlin
A Munich - Berlin
A Tyrolia - Munich (*Bounce*)


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples
A Silesia - Munich (*Bounce*)
F Tunis - Tyrrhenian Sea (*Dislodged*)
A Venice - Piedmont


Russia: 
A Armenia - Ankara
F Black Sea Supports A Armenia - Ankara
A Livonia - Prussia
A Moscow - Warsaw (*Fails*)
F Sweden Supports F Norway - Skagerrak (*Cut*)
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Bounce*)


Turkey: 
A Ankara Supports A Smyrna (*Disbanded*)
A Smyrna Supports A Ankara


Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Ionian Sea or OTB.




Next turn: Summer 1903 Retreat (Only Tony/Italy)
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 25th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


You can send in preliminaries for the fall movement starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).






/Fredrik


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dc278 - Spring 1902 Results - z93blom   (Nov 23, 2009, 2:13 pm)
Good afternoon my Diplomats,

A happy GM is has for once received all orders before the time has run out. Keep up the good work.


Once again I'm confounded by all the movement across the board, although quite a lot of the movement failed to happen. I'm not going to analyze the situation, instead leaving the analysis up to you.


For the summer we have one retreat that is needed - the Italian Fleet stationed in Tunis needs to retreat. Tony, I've retreated the Fleet to the Ionian. If you'd rather retreat to North Africa or OTB, please let us know by 19:00 GMT Wednesday, otherwise the retreat stands.


Any mistakes that I've made should be brought to my attention as soon as possible. Please let me know if you plan on being away or if you want an extended deadline.


Next turn: Summer 1903 Retreat (Only Tony/Italy)
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 25th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


You can send in preliminaries for the fall movement starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).




Game on!


Spring 1903 Movement:




Austria: 
A Budapest - Galicia (*Fails*)
A Bulgaria Supports A Constantinople
A Constantinople Supports A Armenia - Ankara
A Galicia - Silesia (*Bounce*)
F Greece - Aegean Sea
A Trieste - Albania
A Vienna - Bohemia


England: 
A Belgium - Burgundy (*Bounce*)
F Edinburgh - North Sea
F English Channel Convoys A London - Brest
F Holland - Belgium (*Bounce*)
A London - Brest
F Norway - Skagerrak


France: 
A Marseilles - Burgundy (*Bounce*)
A Picardy - Belgium (*Bounce*)
A Spain - Tunis
F Tyrrhenian Sea Supports A Spain - Tunis
F Western Mediterranean Convoys A Spain - Tunis


Germany: 
F Denmark - Sweden (*Fails*)
A Kiel Supports A Munich - Berlin
A Munich - Berlin
A Tyrolia - Munich (*Bounce*)


Italy: 
A Apulia - Naples
A Silesia - Munich (*Bounce*)
F Tunis - Tyrrhenian Sea (*Dislodged*)
A Venice - Piedmont


Russia: 
A Armenia - Ankara
F Black Sea Supports A Armenia - Ankara
A Livonia - Prussia
A Moscow - Warsaw (*Fails*)
F Sweden Supports F Norway - Skagerrak (*Cut*)
A Warsaw - Silesia (*Bounce*)


Turkey: 
A Ankara Supports A Smyrna (*Disbanded*)
A Smyrna Supports A Ankara


Italian F Tunis can retreat to North Africa or Ionian Sea or OTB.




Next turn: Summer 1903 Retreat (Only Tony/Italy)
Next Deadline: Wednesday, 25th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).


You can send in preliminaries for the fall movement starting now. Make them conditional if you want to.


Upcoming turn: Fall 1903 Movement
Upcoming Deadline: Monday, 30th of November, 19:00 GMT (7PM).






/Fredrik

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