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dc306 Uesugi End of game statement - z93blom   (Oct 14, 2010, 12:26 pm)
Oh,
And a big thanks go out to Ben and Mike for running the game. Without you I wouldn't have had all this frustration Smile

/Fredrik

2010/10/14 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>

All,
Yes that's correct. I need to issue an end-of game statement for this game. Well, I suck at end-of-game statements, but here goes anyways.

1. The game was very interesting for the first few turns, when the point system was relevant. Very much negotiation going on, as well as nailbiting as to whether or not the orders as given would pass. Given the many interactions that could occur my focus was mainly on the northern part of the islands,, trying to work out whether to work with Takeda or Hojo. In the end I decided to go with Hojo, mainly because it seemed that an alliance of us two could practically divide the land, me going along the northern coast and he along the southern.


2. In the end we invited Asakura (that turn-coat!) into the alliance, in order to get rid of Oda. He was in a very bad position at that point in time. Why did that not work out? I think partly because he distrusted me, although I had done nothing to earn that distrust this game. In the end he turned on us and started working with the Mori/Chosokabe alliance instead. Well, it did work out good for him in the end, so I can't really blame him. I still think you would have been better off working with us though Garry!


3. The abandonments in mid game. This really hurt me. At a point in time when we were about to break-through the lines my ally disappeared on me for two turns, which kind of left me with no real options. I needed the breakthrough in the central land in order to advance in the north, and without my ally's help I had no way of getting to it. Meanwhile the Chosokabe abandonment did not hurt that alliance as much.


4. End-game. A few turns ago I made overtures to both Asakura and Mori to try to turn on Chosokabe. I don't know if I was unconvincing, but I really thought that the time was right to turn on Chosokabe at that point in time, but in the end they were unwilling. At that point in time I think I'd proven that to advance in the north was impossible. Too bad that Bruce's small mistake had opened up the south, leaving the path open for advancement there. Given that I'd already worked over Mori and Asakura a few turns ago I saw no option but to accept the surrender.


Bruce: Your small mistake certainly made the end game possible, but it was not the only mistake made in the game, so don't feel too sorry for yourself.

/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc306 Uesugi End of game statement - z93blom   (Oct 14, 2010, 12:19 pm)
All,
Yes that's correct. I need to issue an end-of game statement for this game. Well, I suck at end-of-game statements, but here goes anyways.
1. The game was very interesting for the first few turns, when the point system was relevant. Very much negotiation going on, as well as nailbiting as to whether or not the orders as given would pass. Given the many interactions that could occur my focus was mainly on the northern part of the islands,, trying to work out whether to work with Takeda or Hojo. In the end I decided to go with Hojo, mainly because it seemed that an alliance of us two could practically divide the land, me going along the northern coast and he along the southern.

2. In the end we invited Asakura (that turn-coat!) into the alliance, in order to get rid of Oda. He was in a very bad position at that point in time. Why did that not work out? I think partly because he distrusted me, although I had done nothing to earn that distrust this game. In the end he turned on us and started working with the Mori/Chosokabe alliance instead. Well, it did work out good for him in the end, so I can't really blame him. I still think you would have been better off working with us though Garry!

3. The abandonments in mid game. This really hurt me. At a point in time when we were about to break-through the lines my ally disappeared on me for two turns, which kind of left me with no real options. I needed the breakthrough in the central land in order to advance in the north, and without my ally's help I had no way of getting to it. Meanwhile the Chosokabe abandonment did not hurt that alliance as much.

4. End-game. A few turns ago I made overtures to both Asakura and Mori to try to turn on Chosokabe. I don't know if I was unconvincing, but I really thought that the time was right to turn on Chosokabe at that point in time, but in the end they were unwilling. At that point in time I think I'd proven that to advance in the north was impossible. Too bad that Bruce's small mistake had opened up the south, leaving the path open for advancement there. Given that I'd already worked over Mori and Asakura a few turns ago I saw no option but to accept the surrender.

Bruce: Your small mistake certainly made the end game possible, but it was not the only mistake made in the game, so don't feel too sorry for yourself.
/Fredrik

[Reply]

dc306 Uesugi End of game statement (dc306) z93blom Oct 14, 12:26 pm
Oh,
And a big thanks go out to Ben and Mike for running the game. Without you I wouldn't have had all this frustration Smile

/Fredrik

2010/10/14 Fredrik Blom <fredrik(at)familjenblom.se>

All,
Yes that's correct. I need to issue an end-of game statement for this game. Well, I suck at end-of-game statements, but here goes anyways.

1. The game was very interesting for the first few turns, when the point system was relevant. Very much negotiation going on, as well as nailbiting as to whether or not the orders as given would pass. Given the many interactions that could occur my focus was mainly on the northern part of the islands,, trying to work out whether to work with Takeda or Hojo. In the end I decided to go with Hojo, mainly because it seemed that an alliance of us two could practically divide the land, me going along the northern coast and he along the southern.


2. In the end we invited Asakura (that turn-coat!) into the alliance, in order to get rid of Oda. He was in a very bad position at that point in time. Why did that not work out? I think partly because he distrusted me, although I had done nothing to earn that distrust this game. In the end he turned on us and started working with the Mori/Chosokabe alliance instead. Well, it did work out good for him in the end, so I can't really blame him. I still think you would have been better off working with us though Garry!


3. The abandonments in mid game. This really hurt me. At a point in time when we were about to break-through the lines my ally disappeared on me for two turns, which kind of left me with no real options. I needed the breakthrough in the central land in order to advance in the north, and without my ally's help I had no way of getting to it. Meanwhile the Chosokabe abandonment did not hurt that alliance as much.


4. End-game. A few turns ago I made overtures to both Asakura and Mori to try to turn on Chosokabe. I don't know if I was unconvincing, but I really thought that the time was right to turn on Chosokabe at that point in time, but in the end they were unwilling. At that point in time I think I'd proven that to advance in the north was impossible. Too bad that Bruce's small mistake had opened up the south, leaving the path open for advancement there. Given that I'd already worked over Mori and Asakura a few turns ago I saw no option but to accept the surrender.


Bruce: Your small mistake certainly made the end game possible, but it was not the only mistake made in the game, so don't feel too sorry for yourself.

/Fredrik
dc306 eog cho - coebq   (Oct 14, 2010, 10:11 am)
All,

I congratulate the winners of this game and while I have the highest respect for
their play, I believe that there is need for some serious "self-criticism."

In particular, I must sincerely apologize to Fredrik who is an experienced and
cooperative partner that likewise had a very strong position in this game when I
came on board. As Matt has pointed out, the alliances were pretty much
pre-ordained and Fredrik and I agreed to work together in a game that appeared
on the verge of a stalemated draw, unless someone made some pretty big mistakes.


Well, I made those mistakes--in short order--and poor Fredrik could do nothing
but stand by and watch as my act of seppuku turned into a murder-suicide. Given
the circumstances, it's a shame that Fredrik will not be able to participate in
this draw. I am sorry Fredrik!

Finally, my apologies rest of the players. While you all played well and some of
you had a satisfactory outcome to this one, I didn't hold up my end of the
bargain as a replacement player. This is an excellent version of the game and I
didn't make it is as competitive as it should have been.


My thanks to Mike for GMing the game and again, my congratulations to the rest
of you.

Best regards.

Bruce






 


----- Original Message ----
From: Matt Kremer
To: Benjamin Hester
Cc: Michael Sims ; chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com;
coebq(at)yahoo.com; Garry Bledsoe ; ndeily(at)yahoo.com;
psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net; fredrik(at)familjenblom.se;
isaac.zinner(at)gmail.com; lefebvre.jlx(at)googlemail.com; dc306

Sent: Wed, October 13, 2010 12:59:11 AM
Subject: dc306 eog cho

Gents,

So to be honest I don't have that much to say about this game as not that much
ever developed from my point of view once I joined the game.  When I initially
came into the game it was clear from the map and the game's history that Cho and
Mori were allied, but what was not clear was the closeness of Jim and Garry's
cooperation.  Had Jim been the only ally I inherited from my predecessor I may
have been able to shape a bit of my own direction in this game (both U and H
seemed willing to work with me at the beginning), but with my stretched out
position I really had no choice but to keep the alliance with Jim and Garry and
continue attacking Hojo.  Not that there was anything wrong with this as, other
than that one season where a lack of communication caused some stab fears, they
were great allies and we obviously did well, but it just wasn't interesting as
it might have been.

Thanks and congrats to Jim and Garry for seeing this through to well-deserved
draw with me and for Bruce and Fredrik for sticking it out to the end.  And of
course thanks to Ben and then Mike.

Matt

PS: Mike can I get added to the Light Brigade for this?  It was a while before
this that I last took a replacement position but I'd like to do it more often...

[Reply]

dc306 eog cho - MattTheLesser   (Oct 12, 2010, 11:59 pm)
Gents,
So to be honest I don't have that much to say about this game as not
that much ever developed from my point of view once I joined the game.
When I initially came into the game it was clear from the map and the
game's history that Cho and Mori were allied, but what was not clear was
the closeness of Jim and Garry's cooperation. Had Jim been the only
ally I inherited from my predecessor I may have been able to shape a bit
of my own direction in this game (both U and H seemed willing to work
with me at the beginning), but with my stretched out position I really
had no choice but to keep the alliance with Jim and Garry and continue
attacking Hojo. Not that there was anything wrong with this as, other
than that one season where a lack of communication caused some stab
fears, they were great allies and we obviously did well, but it just
wasn't interesting as it might have been.
Thanks and congrats to Jim and Garry for seeing this through to
well-deserved draw with me and for Bruce and Fredrik for sticking it out
to the end. And of course thanks to Ben and then Mike.
Matt
PS: Mike can I get added to the Light Brigade for this? It was a while
before this that I last took a replacement position but I'd like to do
it more often...

[Reply]

dc306 eog cho (dc306) coebq Oct 14, 10:11 am
All,

I congratulate the winners of this game and while I have the highest respect for
their play, I believe that there is need for some serious "self-criticism."

In particular, I must sincerely apologize to Fredrik who is an experienced and
cooperative partner that likewise had a very strong position in this game when I
came on board. As Matt has pointed out, the alliances were pretty much
pre-ordained and Fredrik and I agreed to work together in a game that appeared
on the verge of a stalemated draw, unless someone made some pretty big mistakes.


Well, I made those mistakes--in short order--and poor Fredrik could do nothing
but stand by and watch as my act of seppuku turned into a murder-suicide. Given
the circumstances, it's a shame that Fredrik will not be able to participate in
this draw. I am sorry Fredrik!

Finally, my apologies rest of the players. While you all played well and some of
you had a satisfactory outcome to this one, I didn't hold up my end of the
bargain as a replacement player. This is an excellent version of the game and I
didn't make it is as competitive as it should have been.


My thanks to Mike for GMing the game and again, my congratulations to the rest
of you.

Best regards.

Bruce






 


----- Original Message ----
From: Matt Kremer
To: Benjamin Hester
Cc: Michael Sims ; chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com;
coebq(at)yahoo.com; Garry Bledsoe ; ndeily(at)yahoo.com;
psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net; fredrik(at)familjenblom.se;
isaac.zinner(at)gmail.com; lefebvre.jlx(at)googlemail.com; dc306

Sent: Wed, October 13, 2010 12:59:11 AM
Subject: dc306 eog cho

Gents,

So to be honest I don't have that much to say about this game as not that much
ever developed from my point of view once I joined the game.  When I initially
came into the game it was clear from the map and the game's history that Cho and
Mori were allied, but what was not clear was the closeness of Jim and Garry's
cooperation.  Had Jim been the only ally I inherited from my predecessor I may
have been able to shape a bit of my own direction in this game (both U and H
seemed willing to work with me at the beginning), but with my stretched out
position I really had no choice but to keep the alliance with Jim and Garry and
continue attacking Hojo.  Not that there was anything wrong with this as, other
than that one season where a lack of communication caused some stab fears, they
were great allies and we obviously did well, but it just wasn't interesting as
it might have been.

Thanks and congrats to Jim and Garry for seeing this through to well-deserved
draw with me and for Bruce and Fredrik for sticking it out to the end.  And of
course thanks to Ben and then Mike.

Matt

PS: Mike can I get added to the Light Brigade for this?  It was a while before
this that I last took a replacement position but I'd like to do it more often...
dc306 Game End - Draw! - Kenshi777   (Oct 12, 2010, 9:15 pm)
it appears so to me.  Very impressed by Garry's tenacity in this game, and the reversal of his fortunes.  In all the games of Sengoku stretching back to 2000, I have never seen Asakura get pinched in the middle and negotiate their way back to contender status like that...in every other occasion, either they blitzed north or south successfully, or they were eliminated. 
 
So much for the old school of thought Smile
B.


On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Michael Sims <mike(at)fuzzylogicllc.net> wrote:


Well folks I only got to cover for about 3 years, witness the extinction of the Oda and the last few neutrals, and here we call it a draw!  Hardly equal tho, for the Uesuegi and Hojo are willing to bow their heads to the overpowering forces that were the Asakura, Chokosabe, and Mori.  EOG's to follow from all I'm sure!  Of particular interest is that for both abandons in this game, the replacements made it clear to the end, one even sharing in the draw. 
 
Ben when you get a moment pls review the game page for accuracy, then we'll post the finals.
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 

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dc306 Game End - Draw! - FuzzyLogic   (Oct 12, 2010, 3:04 pm)
Well folks I only got to cover for about 3 years, witness the extinction of the Oda and the last few neutrals, and here we call it a draw!  Hardly equal tho, for the Uesuegi and Hojo are willing to bow their heads to the overpowering forces that were the Asakura, Chokosabe, and Mori.  EOG's to follow from all I'm sure!  Of particular interest is that for both abandons in this game, the replacements made it clear to the end, one even sharing in the draw. 
 
Ben when you get a moment pls review the game page for accuracy, then we'll post the finals.
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 Game End - Draw! (dc306) Kenshi777 Oct 12, 09:15 pm
it appears so to me.  Very impressed by Garry's tenacity in this game, and the reversal of his fortunes.  In all the games of Sengoku stretching back to 2000, I have never seen Asakura get pinched in the middle and negotiate their way back to contender status like that...in every other occasion, either they blitzed north or south successfully, or they were eliminated. 
 
So much for the old school of thought Smile
B.


On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Michael Sims <mike(at)fuzzylogicllc.net> wrote:


Well folks I only got to cover for about 3 years, witness the extinction of the Oda and the last few neutrals, and here we call it a draw!  Hardly equal tho, for the Uesuegi and Hojo are willing to bow their heads to the overpowering forces that were the Asakura, Chokosabe, and Mori.  EOG's to follow from all I'm sure!  Of particular interest is that for both abandons in this game, the replacements made it clear to the end, one even sharing in the draw. 
 
Ben when you get a moment pls review the game page for accuracy, then we'll post the finals.
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 
dc306 f1578 builds! - FuzzyLogic   (Oct 05, 2010, 7:08 pm)
Just like that we have our
builds!
 
Asakura: Build A Yamashiro
Uesugi: Build F Mutsu
 
There is a 3-way draw proposal,
CAR.
 
Spring 1579 due Tuesday 10/12,
3pm Central!
 
Then retreats will be due Thu,
and then we take a break while Garry promises away his freedom (and hopefully
not Diplomacy hobby!).
 
Enjoy!
-mike
 
 

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dc306 f1578 results! - FuzzyLogic   (Oct 05, 2010, 5:15 pm)
Normal draw stuff... Can propose draws up till the winter deadline.
Voting next spring, so this proposal is fine. No voting takes place on
the minor turns.
-mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Kremer [mailto:matthew.kremer(at)yale.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 4:33 PM
To: Michael Sims
Cc: chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com; coebq(at)yahoo.com; Garry Bledsoe;
ndeily(at)yahoo.com; psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net;
fredrik(at)familjenblom.se; Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: Re: dc306 f1578 results!
Everyone I sent my orders in at the last minute and thus forgot to
re-propose the CAR draw, but I do want to re-propose it to be voted on
as soon as Mike will allow. Fredrik if you and Bruce want to keep
fighting that's fine with me but I think the outcome is pretty clear at
this point...especially with a delay coming is there anyone who would
vote against such a proposal right now?
Matt
Michael Sims wrote:
Today we bid farewell to our Oda, Joe Babinsack. Seems you got
hammered since I took over! And we have one retreat, but Uesugi Fleet
Etc can only go to Ecg so I just moved it there, and we move on to
Winter!

Asakura: Build 1
Uesugi: Build 1 (or take the retreat OTB and Build 2)

Let's get retreats ASAP, Wed 3pm Central! I say this cuz I want to
get in spring by mid week, and then retreats by next Thurs, cuz then
Garry goes off to acquire his better half and we will have a longer
than normal turn, as I'm not sure Diplomacy is going to be the
preferred activity of the night for him and the soon to be little
misses in the Honeymoon Suite.

So 3pm Wed for those 2 builds!
Enjoy,
-mike

Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sanin Coast (*Fails*)
F Noto - Etchu
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
F South Sea of Japan - Iwami Coast (*Fails*)
F Suo Sea - Kanmon Strait
F Wakasa Bay - Noto

Chosokabe:
A Awa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
F Izu Supports A Shima - Sagami
F Kii Straits Hold
F Mikawa Supports A Totomi
F Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Shima - Sagami
A Shima - Sagami (*Fails*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
A Suruga - Kai (*Fails*)
A Tosa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Shima - Sagami

Asakura:
A Echizen - Hida (*Bounce*)
A Hida - North Shinano (*Fails*)
A Ise - Mino
A Kaga Supports F Noto - Etchu
A Mino - South Shinano
A Omi Hold
A Owari Supports F Mikawa
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan (*Cut*)
F Settsu Hold
A Tango - Echizen (*Fails*)

Oda:
A South Shinano Hold (*Disbanded*)

Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Dislodged*)
A Hitachi Supports A Sagami
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan

Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
A Sagami, no move received





------------------------------------------------------------------------

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dc306 f1578 results! - MattTheLesser   (Oct 05, 2010, 4:33 pm)
Everyone I sent my orders in at the last minute and thus forgot to
re-propose the CAR draw, but I do want to re-propose it to be voted on
as soon as Mike will allow. Fredrik if you and Bruce want to keep
fighting that's fine with me but I think the outcome is pretty clear at
this point...especially with a delay coming is there anyone who would
vote against such a proposal right now?
Matt
Michael Sims wrote:
Today we bid farewell to our Oda, Joe Babinsack. Seems you got
hammered since I took over! And we have one retreat, but Uesugi Fleet
Etc can only go to Ecg so I just moved it there, and we move on to Winter!

Asakura: Build 1
Uesugi: Build 1 (or take the retreat OTB and Build 2)

Let's get retreats ASAP, Wed 3pm Central! I say this cuz I want to
get in spring by mid week, and then retreats by next Thurs, cuz then
Garry goes off to acquire his better half and we will have a longer
than normal turn, as I'm not sure Diplomacy is going to be the
preferred activity of the night for him and the soon to be little
misses in the Honeymoon Suite.

So 3pm Wed for those 2 builds!
Enjoy,
-mike

Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sanin Coast (*Fails*)
F Noto - Etchu
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
F South Sea of Japan - Iwami Coast (*Fails*)
F Suo Sea - Kanmon Strait
F Wakasa Bay - Noto

Chosokabe:
A Awa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
F Izu Supports A Shima - Sagami
F Kii Straits Hold
F Mikawa Supports A Totomi
F Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Shima - Sagami
A Shima - Sagami (*Fails*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
A Suruga - Kai (*Fails*)
A Tosa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Shima - Sagami

Asakura:
A Echizen - Hida (*Bounce*)
A Hida - North Shinano (*Fails*)
A Ise - Mino
A Kaga Supports F Noto - Etchu
A Mino - South Shinano
A Omi Hold
A Owari Supports F Mikawa
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan (*Cut*)
F Settsu Hold
A Tango - Echizen (*Fails*)

Oda:
A South Shinano Hold (*Disbanded*)

Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Dislodged*)
A Hitachi Supports A Sagami
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan

Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
A Sagami, no move received




------------------------------------------------------------------------

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dc306 f1578 results! - FuzzyLogic   (Oct 05, 2010, 3:56 pm)
Today we bid farewell to our Oda, Joe Babinsack.  Seems you got hammered since I took over!  And we have one retreat, but Uesugi Fleet Etc can only go to Ecg so I just moved it there, and we move on to Winter!
 
Asakura: Build 1
Uesugi: Build 1  (or take the retreat OTB and Build 2)
 
Let's get retreats ASAP, Wed 3pm Central!  I say this cuz I want to get in spring by mid week, and then retreats by next Thurs, cuz then Garry goes off to acquire his better half and we will have a longer than normal turn, as I'm not sure Diplomacy is going to be the preferred activity of the night for him and the soon to be little misses in the Honeymoon Suite.
 
So 3pm Wed for those 2 builds!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sanin Coast (*Fails*)
F Noto - Etchu
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
F South Sea of Japan - Iwami Coast (*Fails*)
F Suo Sea - Kanmon Strait
F Wakasa Bay - Noto

 
Chosokabe:
A Awa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
F Izu Supports A Shima - Sagami
F Kii Straits Hold
F Mikawa Supports A Totomi
F Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Shima - Sagami
A Shima - Sagami (*Fails*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
A Suruga - Kai (*Fails*)
A Tosa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Shima - Sagami
 
Asakura:
A Echizen - Hida (*Bounce*)
A Hida - North Shinano (*Fails*)
A Ise - Mino
A Kaga Supports F Noto - Etchu
A Mino - South Shinano
A Omi Hold
A Owari Supports F Mikawa
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan (*Cut*)
F Settsu Hold
A Tango - Echizen (*Fails*)
 
Oda:
A South Shinano Hold (*Disbanded*)
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Dislodged*)
A Hitachi Supports A Sagami
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan
 
Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
A Sagami, no move received
 
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 f1578 results! (dc306) MattTheLesser Oct 05, 04:33 pm
Everyone I sent my orders in at the last minute and thus forgot to
re-propose the CAR draw, but I do want to re-propose it to be voted on
as soon as Mike will allow. Fredrik if you and Bruce want to keep
fighting that's fine with me but I think the outcome is pretty clear at
this point...especially with a delay coming is there anyone who would
vote against such a proposal right now?
Matt
Michael Sims wrote:
Today we bid farewell to our Oda, Joe Babinsack. Seems you got
hammered since I took over! And we have one retreat, but Uesugi Fleet
Etc can only go to Ecg so I just moved it there, and we move on to Winter!

Asakura: Build 1
Uesugi: Build 1 (or take the retreat OTB and Build 2)

Let's get retreats ASAP, Wed 3pm Central! I say this cuz I want to
get in spring by mid week, and then retreats by next Thurs, cuz then
Garry goes off to acquire his better half and we will have a longer
than normal turn, as I'm not sure Diplomacy is going to be the
preferred activity of the night for him and the soon to be little
misses in the Honeymoon Suite.

So 3pm Wed for those 2 builds!
Enjoy,
-mike

Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sanin Coast (*Fails*)
F Noto - Etchu
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
F South Sea of Japan - Iwami Coast (*Fails*)
F Suo Sea - Kanmon Strait
F Wakasa Bay - Noto

Chosokabe:
A Awa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
F Izu Supports A Shima - Sagami
F Kii Straits Hold
F Mikawa Supports A Totomi
F Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Shima - Sagami
A Shima - Sagami (*Fails*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
A Suruga - Kai (*Fails*)
A Tosa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Shima - Sagami

Asakura:
A Echizen - Hida (*Bounce*)
A Hida - North Shinano (*Fails*)
A Ise - Mino
A Kaga Supports F Noto - Etchu
A Mino - South Shinano
A Omi Hold
A Owari Supports F Mikawa
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan (*Cut*)
F Settsu Hold
A Tango - Echizen (*Fails*)

Oda:
A South Shinano Hold (*Disbanded*)

Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Dislodged*)
A Hitachi Supports A Sagami
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan

Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
A Sagami, no move received




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dc306 f1578 results! (dc306) FuzzyLogic Oct 05, 05:15 pm
Normal draw stuff... Can propose draws up till the winter deadline.
Voting next spring, so this proposal is fine. No voting takes place on
the minor turns.
-mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Kremer [mailto:matthew.kremer(at)yale.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 4:33 PM
To: Michael Sims
Cc: chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com; coebq(at)yahoo.com; Garry Bledsoe;
ndeily(at)yahoo.com; psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net;
fredrik(at)familjenblom.se; Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: Re: dc306 f1578 results!
Everyone I sent my orders in at the last minute and thus forgot to
re-propose the CAR draw, but I do want to re-propose it to be voted on
as soon as Mike will allow. Fredrik if you and Bruce want to keep
fighting that's fine with me but I think the outcome is pretty clear at
this point...especially with a delay coming is there anyone who would
vote against such a proposal right now?
Matt
Michael Sims wrote:
Today we bid farewell to our Oda, Joe Babinsack. Seems you got
hammered since I took over! And we have one retreat, but Uesugi Fleet
Etc can only go to Ecg so I just moved it there, and we move on to
Winter!

Asakura: Build 1
Uesugi: Build 1 (or take the retreat OTB and Build 2)

Let's get retreats ASAP, Wed 3pm Central! I say this cuz I want to
get in spring by mid week, and then retreats by next Thurs, cuz then
Garry goes off to acquire his better half and we will have a longer
than normal turn, as I'm not sure Diplomacy is going to be the
preferred activity of the night for him and the soon to be little
misses in the Honeymoon Suite.

So 3pm Wed for those 2 builds!
Enjoy,
-mike

Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sanin Coast (*Fails*)
F Noto - Etchu
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
F South Sea of Japan - Iwami Coast (*Fails*)
F Suo Sea - Kanmon Strait
F Wakasa Bay - Noto

Chosokabe:
A Awa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
F Izu Supports A Shima - Sagami
F Kii Straits Hold
F Mikawa Supports A Totomi
F Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Shima - Sagami
A Shima - Sagami (*Fails*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
A Suruga - Kai (*Fails*)
A Tosa - Iyo (*Bounce*)
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Shima - Sagami

Asakura:
A Echizen - Hida (*Bounce*)
A Hida - North Shinano (*Fails*)
A Ise - Mino
A Kaga Supports F Noto - Etchu
A Mino - South Shinano
A Omi Hold
A Owari Supports F Mikawa
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan (*Cut*)
F Settsu Hold
A Tango - Echizen (*Fails*)

Oda:
A South Shinano Hold (*Disbanded*)

Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Dislodged*)
A Hitachi Supports A Sagami
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan

Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
A Sagami, no move received





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dc306 s1578 - South Shinano - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 29, 2010, 4:06 pm)
This round all eyes are on the province of South Shinano as the Uesugi finally have something go their way.  Now mind you all they do is break even - but when faced with the sky falling and the walls closing in at the same time, that's not half bad.  What happens this fall?  Find out in a week!  Tuesday 10/5, 3pm Central.
 
Draw failed, nothing to vote on this fall.
 
Joe!  I let this turn go by cuz you contacted me but if no orders this fall it is CD for the Oda!
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - South Sea of Japan
F Kanmon Strait - Suo Sea
F Noto - North Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sanin Coast - Iwami Coast
F Sea of Japan Supports F Noto - North Sea of Japan
F Wakasa Bay - Noto (*Fails*)
 
Chosokabe:
A Iyo - Tosa
F Izu Supports F Totomi - Sagami Bay
A Kii - Totomi
F Kumano Sea - Kii Straits
F Mikawa Supports A Kii - Totomi
F Pacific Ocean Supports F Totomi - Sagami Bay
A Sanuki - Awa
F South Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean
A Suruga Supports A Mino - South Shinano
F Totomi - Sagami Bay
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Kii - Totomi
A Yamato - Shima
 
Asakura:
A Echizen Supports A Hida
A Hida Supports A Mino - South Shinano (*Cut*)
F Inaba - Sanin Coast
A Ise - Mino (*Fails*)
A Kaga Supports F Wakasa Bay - Noto
A Mino - South Shinano (*Fails*)
A Owari Hold
F Settsu Hold
A Tango Hold
A Yamashiro - Omi
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu - Hida (*Fails*)
A Musashi - Hitachi
F North Pacific Ocean Supports A Musashi - Hitachi
F North Sea of Japan Hold
A North Shinano Supports A South Shinano
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan
 
Hojo:
A Kai Supports A Sagami
F Kazusa Supports A Musashi - Hitachi
A Sagami Supports A Kai
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi, no move received (*Disbanded*)
 
 
 

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dc306 w77 builds - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 23, 2010, 7:59 am)
BTW, the turn was today at 3, not yesterday at 3!  (I'm all messed up since Survivor moved to Wednesdays)  Hojo confirmed the removal, and there is no NBR.
-mike



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Thu 9/23/2010 7:17 AM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 w77 builds




Lots of new units go on the map here... and the F Sagami Bay comes off being the only unit not in a supply center.
 
Chosokabe: Build A Kii, A Sanuki, A Iyo
Asakura: Build F Settsu, A Yamashiro
Hojo: *NBR* Remove F Sagami Bay
 
NEXT:  Spring 78 due Wed 9/29, 3pm Central!
 
3-way is proposed again.
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 w77 builds - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 23, 2010, 7:17 am)
Lots of new units go on the map here... and the F Sagami Bay comes off being the only unit not in a supply center.
 
Chosokabe: Build A Kii, A Sanuki, A Iyo
Asakura: Build F Settsu, A Yamashiro
Hojo: *NBR* Remove F Sagami Bay
 
NEXT:  Spring 78 due Wed 9/29, 3pm Central!
 
3-way is proposed again.
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 w77 builds (dc306) FuzzyLogic Sep 23, 07:59 am
BTW, the turn was today at 3, not yesterday at 3!  (I'm all messed up since Survivor moved to Wednesdays)  Hojo confirmed the removal, and there is no NBR.
-mike



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Thu 9/23/2010 7:17 AM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 w77 builds




Lots of new units go on the map here... and the F Sagami Bay comes off being the only unit not in a supply center.
 
Chosokabe: Build A Kii, A Sanuki, A Iyo
Asakura: Build F Settsu, A Yamashiro
Hojo: *NBR* Remove F Sagami Bay
 
NEXT:  Spring 78 due Wed 9/29, 3pm Central!
 
3-way is proposed again.
 
 
dc306 f77 results! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 21, 2010, 12:21 pm)
The 3-way draw failed to pass and is reproposed for next spring.



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Tue 9/21/2010 12:16 PM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 f77 results!




The defenders of the north suffer quadruple losses this round losing Not, Hid, Izu, and Tot to the south... and normally you could take that in stride if there were some positional gains made elsewhere... but in this case, no, the positional gains go to the south too as they round the corner at the Pacific Ocean.
 
Joe with 2 consecutive NMR's I need a confirmation from you by the Winter deadline that you're still in the game or your empire (of 1) plunges into Civil Disorder!  Getting eliminated is far better than getting a CD...
 
BUILDS!  Due Thurs 3pm Central:
 
Chosokabe: Build 3
Asakura: Build 2
Hojo: Remove 1
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast Hold
F Kanmon Strait Hold
F Noto - North Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sanin Coast Hold
F Sea of Japan Supports F Noto - North Sea of Japan
F Wakasa Bay Supports A Echizen - Kaga
 
Chosokabe:
A Kii - Yamato
F Kii Straits - Kumano Sea
F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
F Mikawa - Totomi
F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Shima - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean Supports F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
A Suruga Supports F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Totomi Sea Supports F Mikawa - Totomi
 
Asakura:
A Echizen - Kaga
A Hida Supports A Echizen - Kaga (*Cut*)
F Inaba Hold
A Ise Supports A Owari
A Mino Supports A Hida
A Omi - Echizen
A Owari Supports A Mino
A Tango Supports A Omi - Echizen
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
A Totomi, no move received (*Disbanded*)
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A North Shinano - Hida
A Kaga Supports A North Shinano - Hida (*Disbanded*)
A Musashi - North Shinano (*Fails*)
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean (*Ordered to Move*)
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Toyama Bay (*Cut*)
A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan
 
Hojo:
A Kai Supports A Sagami
F Kazusa Supports F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
A Sagami Supports A Kai
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi Supports F Kazusa
 
 
 
 

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dc306 f77 results! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 21, 2010, 12:16 pm)
The defenders of the north suffer quadruple losses this round losing Not, Hid, Izu, and Tot to the south... and normally you could take that in stride if there were some positional gains made elsewhere... but in this case, no, the positional gains go to the south too as they round the corner at the Pacific Ocean.
 
Joe with 2 consecutive NMR's I need a confirmation from you by the Winter deadline that you're still in the game or your empire (of 1) plunges into Civil Disorder!  Getting eliminated is far better than getting a CD...
 
BUILDS!  Due Thurs 3pm Central:
 
Chosokabe: Build 3
Asakura: Build 2
Hojo: Remove 1
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast Hold
F Kanmon Strait Hold
F Noto - North Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sanin Coast Hold
F Sea of Japan Supports F Noto - North Sea of Japan
F Wakasa Bay Supports A Echizen - Kaga
 
Chosokabe:
A Kii - Yamato
F Kii Straits - Kumano Sea
F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
F Mikawa - Totomi
F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Shima - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean Supports F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
A Suruga Supports F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Totomi Sea Supports F Mikawa - Totomi
 
Asakura:
A Echizen - Kaga
A Hida Supports A Echizen - Kaga (*Cut*)
F Inaba Hold
A Ise Supports A Owari
A Mino Supports A Hida
A Omi - Echizen
A Owari Supports A Mino
A Tango Supports A Omi - Echizen
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
A Totomi, no move received (*Disbanded*)
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A North Shinano - Hida
A Kaga Supports A North Shinano - Hida (*Disbanded*)
A Musashi - North Shinano (*Fails*)
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean (*Ordered to Move*)
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Toyama Bay (*Cut*)
A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan
 
Hojo:
A Kai Supports A Sagami
F Kazusa Supports F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
A Sagami Supports A Kai
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi Supports F Kazusa
 
 
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 f77 results! (dc306) FuzzyLogic Sep 21, 12:21 pm
The 3-way draw failed to pass and is reproposed for next spring.



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Tue 9/21/2010 12:16 PM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 f77 results!




The defenders of the north suffer quadruple losses this round losing Not, Hid, Izu, and Tot to the south... and normally you could take that in stride if there were some positional gains made elsewhere... but in this case, no, the positional gains go to the south too as they round the corner at the Pacific Ocean.
 
Joe with 2 consecutive NMR's I need a confirmation from you by the Winter deadline that you're still in the game or your empire (of 1) plunges into Civil Disorder!  Getting eliminated is far better than getting a CD...
 
BUILDS!  Due Thurs 3pm Central:
 
Chosokabe: Build 3
Asakura: Build 2
Hojo: Remove 1
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast Hold
F Kanmon Strait Hold
F Noto - North Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sanin Coast Hold
F Sea of Japan Supports F Noto - North Sea of Japan
F Wakasa Bay Supports A Echizen - Kaga
 
Chosokabe:
A Kii - Yamato
F Kii Straits - Kumano Sea
F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
F Mikawa - Totomi
F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Shima - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean Supports F Kumano Sea - Pacific Ocean
A Suruga Supports F Sagami Bay - Izu
F Totomi Sea Supports F Mikawa - Totomi
 
Asakura:
A Echizen - Kaga
A Hida Supports A Echizen - Kaga (*Cut*)
F Inaba Hold
A Ise Supports A Owari
A Mino Supports A Hida
A Omi - Echizen
A Owari Supports A Mino
A Tango Supports A Omi - Echizen
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
A Totomi, no move received (*Disbanded*)
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A North Shinano - Hida
A Kaga Supports A North Shinano - Hida (*Disbanded*)
A Musashi - North Shinano (*Fails*)
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean (*Ordered to Move*)
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Toyama Bay (*Cut*)
A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)
F Toyama Bay Supports F North Sea of Japan
 
Hojo:
A Kai Supports A Sagami
F Kazusa Supports F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
F Pacific Ocean - Sagami Bay
A Sagami Supports A Kai
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi Supports F Kazusa
 
 
 
 
dc306 w76 builds! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 14, 2010, 7:41 am)
Things get worse for the Hojo and Oda with some missed orders!
 
One retreat, but Uesugi F Noto could only go to Toyama Bay so I just nudged it there.
 
Both props are voted down.

 
A new draw prop is raised for a CRA... requires 6 yes-votes to pass.
 
NEXT:  Fall 77!  Due Monday 9/20, 3pm Central!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Kaga - Noto
F Nagato - Kanmon Strait
F Sanin Coast Supports F Iwami Coast - Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sea of Japan Supports F Kaga - Noto
F Wakasa Bay Supports F Kaga - Noto
 
Chosokabe:
F Atsumi Bay - Mikawa
F Kii Straits - South Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Kumano Sea Supports F Sagami Bay
A Mikawa - Suruga
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Mikawa - Suruga
F Shima Supports F Atsumi Bay - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Mikawa - Suruga
A Yamato - Kii
 
Asakura:
A Echizen Supports A Mino - Hida
F Inaba Supports A Tango
A Ise - Owari
A Mino - Hida
A Omi Supports A Owari - Mino
A Owari - Mino
A Tango Supports A Echizen
A Yamashiro - Ise
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
A Totomi, no move received
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A Hida - Kaga
A Hida - Kaga
A Kozuke - North Shinano
A Musashi Supports A Kozuke - North Shinano
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto
F Noto Supports A Hida - Kaga (*Dislodged*)
 
Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
F Pacific Ocean, no move received
A Sagami, no move received
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi, no move received
 
 
 

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dc306 w76 builds! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 07, 2010, 4:16 pm)
Aha!  For those of you paying attention, yes I did say there would be a couple EGP's.  Did anyone spot them in the last mail?  In case you couldn't find them, here they are again...
 
4-way MACU
5-way MACUO
 
Really they come down to the poor Hojo just getting a survival, and everyone else or everyone else less the Oda sharing in the draw.
Vote with spring!
-mike
 
 
 



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Tue 9/7/2010 3:46 PM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 w76 builds!




Waving builds - it's the biggest craze to hit Japan since Pokemon!
See just who's trendy and who's not...
 
Mori: Build F Nagato
Chosokabe: Build waived
Asakura: Build A Tango, A Yamashiro
Uesugi: Build waived
Hojo: Remove A Suruga
 
NEXT:  Spring 77 - Due Monday 9/13, 3pm Central!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 w76 builds! - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 07, 2010, 3:46 pm)
Waving builds - it's the biggest craze to hit Japan since Pokemon!
See just who's trendy and who's not...
 
Mori: Build F Nagato
Chosokabe: Build waived
Asakura: Build A Tango, A Yamashiro
Uesugi: Build waived
Hojo: Remove A Suruga
 
NEXT:  Spring 77 - Due Monday 9/13, 3pm Central!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 
 

[Reply]

dc306 w76 builds! (dc306) FuzzyLogic Sep 07, 04:16 pm
Aha!  For those of you paying attention, yes I did say there would be a couple EGP's.  Did anyone spot them in the last mail?  In case you couldn't find them, here they are again...
 
4-way MACU
5-way MACUO
 
Really they come down to the poor Hojo just getting a survival, and everyone else or everyone else less the Oda sharing in the draw.
Vote with spring!
-mike
 
 
 



From: Michael Sims
Sent: Tue 9/7/2010 3:46 PM
Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306
Subject: dc306 w76 builds!




Waving builds - it's the biggest craze to hit Japan since Pokemon!
See just who's trendy and who's not...
 
Mori: Build F Nagato
Chosokabe: Build waived
Asakura: Build A Tango, A Yamashiro
Uesugi: Build waived
Hojo: Remove A Suruga
 
NEXT:  Spring 77 - Due Monday 9/13, 3pm Central!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 
 
dc306 w76 builds! (dc306) FuzzyLogic Sep 14, 07:41 am
Things get worse for the Hojo and Oda with some missed orders!
 
One retreat, but Uesugi F Noto could only go to Toyama Bay so I just nudged it there.
 
Both props are voted down.

 
A new draw prop is raised for a CRA... requires 6 yes-votes to pass.
 
NEXT:  Fall 77!  Due Monday 9/20, 3pm Central!
Enjoy,
-mike
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
A Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast - Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Kaga - Noto
F Nagato - Kanmon Strait
F Sanin Coast Supports F Iwami Coast - Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
F Sea of Japan Supports F Kaga - Noto
F Wakasa Bay Supports F Kaga - Noto
 
Chosokabe:
F Atsumi Bay - Mikawa
F Kii Straits - South Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Kumano Sea Supports F Sagami Bay
A Mikawa - Suruga
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Mikawa - Suruga
F Shima Supports F Atsumi Bay - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Mikawa - Suruga
A Yamato - Kii
 
Asakura:
A Echizen Supports A Mino - Hida
F Inaba Supports A Tango
A Ise - Owari
A Mino - Hida
A Omi Supports A Owari - Mino
A Owari - Mino
A Tango Supports A Echizen
A Yamashiro - Ise
 
Oda:
A South Shinano, no move received
A Totomi, no move received
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A Hida - Kaga
A Hida - Kaga
A Kozuke - North Shinano
A Musashi Supports A Kozuke - North Shinano
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto
F Noto Supports A Hida - Kaga (*Dislodged*)
 
Hojo:
A Kai, no move received
F Kazusa, no move received
F Pacific Ocean, no move received
A Sagami, no move received
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi, no move received
 
 
 
dc306 f76 - brutal - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 03, 2010, 11:02 am)
It's a brutal world out ther folks, especially if you're a Hojo.   Losing Mus and Ssh, the Hojo drop from 6 to 4!  Fortunately with the auto-disband in the spring, they need only remove one to round out the winter... Lucky them!  Turnabout being fair play, the Uesugi suffer some positional losses in their naval blockade, losing the port city of Kaga to the Mori. 
 
Neutral:  With conflicting offers from both the Asakura and the Uesugi, the lone neutral in Hitachi throws up arms and refuses to help either.
 
5 of 6 players have an order due this winter!  Due Tuesday 9/7, 3pm Central!
 
Mori: Build 1
Chosokabe: Build 1
Asakura: Build 2
Uesugi: Build 1
Hojo: Remove 1
 
There were a few draw proposals for next spring, I'll detail those w the winter results.
 
Enjoy,
-mike
 
Mori:
A Bingo, no move received
F Hoki - Sanin Coast
F Iwami Coast - Sea of Japan (*Fails*)
A Izumo - Hoki
F Sanin Coast - Wakasa Bay
F Sea of Japan - Noto (*Fails*)
F Wakasa Bay - Kaga
 
Chosokabe:
F Atsumi Bay Supports A Kii - Mikawa
A Kii - Mikawa
F Kii Straits - South Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Kumano Sea Supports F Sagami Bay
F Sagami Bay Supports F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean
           (*Cut*)
A Settsu - Yamato
F Shima Supports A Kii - Mikawa
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Totomi Sea Convoys A Kii - Mikawa
 
Asakura:
A Echizen Supports F Wakasa Bay - Kaga
F Inaba Hold
A Ise - Owari (*Fails*)
A Mino Supports A Owari - Mikawa
A Omi Supports A Mino
A Owari - Mikawa (*Fails*)
 
Oda:
A Mikawa - Totomi (*Disbanded*)
A South Shinano Supports A Totomi - Suruga (*Cut*)
A Totomi - Suruga (*Fails*)
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports A Hida
A Hida Hold
F Kaga Supports F Noto (*Disbanded*)
A Kozuke Supports A North Shinano - Musashi
F North Pacific Ocean - Kazusa (*Fails*)
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto
A North Shinano - Musashi
F Noto Supports F Kaga (*Cut*)
 
Hojo:
A Kai - South Shinano (*Fails*)
F Kazusa - Sagami Bay (*Fails*)
F Pacific Ocean Supports F Kazusa - Sagami Bay (*Cut*)
A Sagami - Izu (*Bounce*)
A Suruga - Izu (*Bounce*)
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi Hold
 
 

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dc306 - pull up a chair - FuzzyLogic   (Sep 02, 2010, 7:16 am)
Hello worthy friends!
Let me invite you to pull up a chair - sit back - relax - as your GM proudly presents!...
 
Your NMR's.
 
Tomorrow!  eeearly... 11am Central!
-mike
 
 

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dc306 Hojo retreats - FuzzyLogic   (Aug 30, 2010, 7:51 am)
Hojo:
F Sagami Bay - Kazusa
A South Shinano - Kai

NEXT:  Fall due Friday Sep 03, 11am Central / 1600 GMT!
 
Enjoy,
-mike
 
 

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dc306 - You wanna piece of Min? - FuzzyLogic   (Aug 29, 2010, 8:17 pm)
Retreats tomorrow!
 


From: Michael Sims

Sent: Friday, August 27, 2010 11:56 AM

To: chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com; coebq(at)yahoo.com; isaac.zinner(at)gmail.com;
Garry Bledsoe; lefebvre.jlx(at)googlemail.com; ndeily(at)yahoo.com;
psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net; matthew.kremer(at)yale.edu;
fredrik(at)familjenblom.se

Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306

Subject: dc306 - You wanna piece of Min?


 


Seems everyone is going for Min this round but none more
effectively than the Asakura!


 


2
retreats, both for the Hojo...


 


Hojo
F Sagami Bay can retreat to Kazusa or Izu.

Hojo A South Shinano can retreat to Kai.


RETREATS
by Monday!  Tho feel free to just copy the group on them and we can set
the next deadline for Friday Sep 03, at this same 11am Central / 16:00 GMT
time.


 


Enjoy!

-mike


 


Mori:


A Bingo Hold

F Hoki Hold

F Iwami Coast Supports F Sea of Japan

A Izumo Hold

F Sanin Coast Supports F Wakasa Bay

F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay

F Wakasa Bay Supports A Tango - Echizen


 


Chosokabe:


F Atsumi Bay Supports A Ise - Owari

A Awa - Kii

A Harima - Settsu

F Kii - Kumano Sea

F Kii Straits Supports F Kii - Kumano Sea

F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay

F Shima Supports A Mikawa (*Ordered to Move*)

F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)

F Totomi Sea Supports F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay


 


Asakura:


A Echizen - Mino

F Inaba Hold

A Ise - Owari

A Omi Supports A Echizen - Mino

A Tango - Echizen

A Yamashiro - Ise


 


Oda:


A Mikawa - Mino (*Bounce*)

A Mino - South Shinano

A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano


 


Uesugi:


A Etchu Supports F Kaga

A Hida - Mino (*Bounce*)

F Kaga Supports F Noto

A Kozuke - North Shinano (*Fails*)

F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean

F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto

A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)

F Noto Supports F Kaga


 


Hojo:


F Owari - Mikawa (*Disbanded*)

F Pacific Ocean Supports F Sagami Bay (*Cut*)

A Sagami - Totomi (*Fails*)

F Sagami Bay Convoys A Sagami - Totomi (*Dislodged*)

A South Shinano Supports A Hida - Mino (*Dislodged*)

A Suruga Supports A Sagami - Totomi


 


Neutral:


A Hitachi Hold


 


 


 


 

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dc306 - You wanna piece of Min? - FuzzyLogic   (Aug 27, 2010, 12:01 pm)
Seems everyone is going for Min this round but none more effectively than the Asakura!


 
2 retreats, both for the Hojo...
 
Hojo F Sagami Bay can retreat to Kazusa or Izu.
Hojo A South Shinano can retreat to Kai.

RETREATS by Monday!  Tho feel free to just copy the group on them and we can set the next deadline for Friday Sep 03, at this same 11am Central / 16:00 GMT time.
 
Enjoy!
-mike
 
Mori:
A Bingo Hold
F Hoki Hold
F Iwami Coast Supports F Sea of Japan
A Izumo Hold
F Sanin Coast Supports F Wakasa Bay
F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay
F Wakasa Bay Supports A Tango - Echizen
 
Chosokabe:
F Atsumi Bay Supports A Ise - Owari
A Awa - Kii
A Harima - Settsu
F Kii - Kumano Sea
F Kii Straits Supports F Kii - Kumano Sea
F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay
F Shima Supports A Mikawa (*Ordered to Move*)
F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)
F Totomi Sea Supports F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay
 
Asakura:
A Echizen - Mino
F Inaba Hold
A Ise - Owari
A Omi Supports A Echizen - Mino
A Tango - Echizen
A Yamashiro - Ise
 
Oda:
A Mikawa - Mino (*Bounce*)
A Mino - South Shinano
A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano
 
Uesugi:
A Etchu Supports F Kaga
A Hida - Mino (*Bounce*)
F Kaga Supports F Noto
A Kozuke - North Shinano (*Fails*)
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto
A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)
F Noto Supports F Kaga
 
Hojo:
F Owari - Mikawa (*Disbanded*)
F Pacific Ocean Supports F Sagami Bay (*Cut*)
A Sagami - Totomi (*Fails*)
F Sagami Bay Convoys A Sagami - Totomi (*Dislodged*)
A South Shinano Supports A Hida - Mino (*Dislodged*)
A Suruga Supports A Sagami - Totomi
 
Neutral:
A Hitachi Hold
 
 
 
 

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dc306 - You wanna piece of Min? (dc306) FuzzyLogic Aug 29, 08:17 pm
Retreats tomorrow!
 


From: Michael Sims

Sent: Friday, August 27, 2010 11:56 AM

To: chaosonejoe(at)yahoo.com; coebq(at)yahoo.com; isaac.zinner(at)gmail.com;
Garry Bledsoe; lefebvre.jlx(at)googlemail.com; ndeily(at)yahoo.com;
psychosis(at)sky.com; savwa4(at)comcast.net; matthew.kremer(at)yale.edu;
fredrik(at)familjenblom.se

Cc: Benjamin Hester; dc306

Subject: dc306 - You wanna piece of Min?


 


Seems everyone is going for Min this round but none more
effectively than the Asakura!


 


2
retreats, both for the Hojo...


 


Hojo
F Sagami Bay can retreat to Kazusa or Izu.

Hojo A South Shinano can retreat to Kai.


RETREATS
by Monday!  Tho feel free to just copy the group on them and we can set
the next deadline for Friday Sep 03, at this same 11am Central / 16:00 GMT
time.


 


Enjoy!

-mike


 


Mori:


A Bingo Hold

F Hoki Hold

F Iwami Coast Supports F Sea of Japan

A Izumo Hold

F Sanin Coast Supports F Wakasa Bay

F Sea of Japan Supports F Wakasa Bay

F Wakasa Bay Supports A Tango - Echizen


 


Chosokabe:


F Atsumi Bay Supports A Ise - Owari

A Awa - Kii

A Harima - Settsu

F Kii - Kumano Sea

F Kii Straits Supports F Kii - Kumano Sea

F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay

F Shima Supports A Mikawa (*Ordered to Move*)

F South Pacific Ocean - Pacific Ocean (*Fails*)

F Totomi Sea Supports F Kumano Sea - Sagami Bay


 


Asakura:


A Echizen - Mino

F Inaba Hold

A Ise - Owari

A Omi Supports A Echizen - Mino

A Tango - Echizen

A Yamashiro - Ise


 


Oda:


A Mikawa - Mino (*Bounce*)

A Mino - South Shinano

A Totomi Supports A Mino - South Shinano


 


Uesugi:


A Etchu Supports F Kaga

A Hida - Mino (*Bounce*)

F Kaga Supports F Noto

A Kozuke - North Shinano (*Fails*)

F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean

F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto

A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)

F Noto Supports F Kaga


 


Hojo:


F Owari - Mikawa (*Disbanded*)

F Pacific Ocean Supports F Sagami Bay (*Cut*)

A Sagami - Totomi (*Fails*)

F Sagami Bay Convoys A Sagami - Totomi (*Dislodged*)

A South Shinano Supports A Hida - Mino (*Dislodged*)

A Suruga Supports A Sagami - Totomi


 


Neutral:


A Hitachi Hold


 


 


 


 
DC 306: Sengoku Rev6DP - Fall 1575: Chosokabe Nobu... - Kenshi777   (Jul 28, 2010, 12:35 pm)
Hello all -
I'm afraid I need to call for another replacement. I have heard from
our Hojo player, Michael, and RL concerns are proving overwheling at
this point (happens to us all sometimes). I thank Michael for
playing, and for taking the time to provide me with the courtesy of an
explanation.
I will post the vacancy for the Hojo position (it's strong, should
fill quickly) on the DC website, and hold the game at the retreat
phase for now. (meaning, the replacement will have the choice to
retreat F Atsumi Bay to Owari or OTB, which has been confirmed as a
legal option according to the rules)
Sorry about the delay, I thank you all for your patience. I trust you
all will join me in wishing Michael well, and thanking him for playing
with us.
B.

On 7/26/10, Benjamin Hester wrote:
Chosokabe Nobuchika was Motochika's chosen successor and heir apparent
to the Chosokabe domain in Tosa. He met an untimely end early in
life, during the invasion of Kyushu under the command of Toyotomi
Hideyoshi. Our Nobuchika (Matt) has fared much better here in his
first campaigning season, invading the north rather than the south.

***TEAHOUSE COMMENTARY: Hojo is caught unaware and NMRs this season,
which results in the capture of Totomi by Oda. Asakura is forced out
of Wakasa Bay by the advancing Mori forces, though they perform an
transfer of authority in Asakura's favor in Inaba. Mori lets the unit
in Izumo rest for a turn, but sends the remaining armies back to cover
home plate. Chosokabe continues in his predecessors footsteps, and
successfully invades Atsumi Bay. And yes, Satomi Yoshihiro of Hitachi
plods merrily along in old age, as Uesugi fleets hover offshore.


***HAIKU:

still no haiku here
what's it going to take to
make poets of you?


***PLAYERS:


Shimazu Yoshihisa - Isaac Zinner (*eliminated 1573*)
Mori Motonari - Jim Atkins
Chosokabe Motochika (1)- Jean-Luc Lefebvre (*replace
d after Spring 1575*)
Chosokabe Nobuchika (2) - Matt Kremer
Asakura Yoshikage - Garry Bledsoe
Oda Nobunaga - Joe Babinsack
Takeda Shingen - Nathan Deily (*eliminated 1572*)
Uesugi Kenshin - Fredrik Blom
Hojo Ujiyasu - Michael Thompson


***RETREATS DUE:


Garry has a single fleet to retreat. F Wakasa Bay may retreat to
Tango or OTB. Please submit this retreat by replying all to this
message in the next 24 hours. Both dislodged Hojo units are forcibly
disbanded.


***NEXT DEADLINE:

Winter 1575 will be due Tuesday, August 3rd, 1700 EST.

***ORDERS:

Mori:

A Hoki - Bingo
F Inaba - Hoki
A Iwami - Nagato
F Iwami Coast Supports F South Sea of Japan - Sea of Japan
A Izumo, no move received *NMR*
F Sanin Coast Supports F Sea of Japan - Wakasa Bay
F Sea of Japan - Wakasa Bay
F South Sea of Japan - Sea of Japan

Chosokabe:

A Awa Hold
A Harima Hold
F Kii - Totomi Sea
F Kii Straits - Kii
F Kumano Sea Supports F Kii - Totomi Sea
F Shima Supports F Totomi Sea - Atsumi Bay
F South Pacific Ocean Supports F Kumano Sea
F Tosa Bay - Kii Straits
F Totomi Sea - Atsumi Bay

Asakura:

A Echizen Supports F Wakasa Bay - Kaga (*Cut*)
A Omi Supports A Mino (*Ordered to Move*)
F Tango - Inaba
F Wakasa Bay - Kaga (*Dislodged*)
A Yamashiro - Ise

Oda:

A Mikawa Supports A Mino - Totomi
A Mino - Totomi
A Owari - Mino

Uesugi:

A Etchu Supports F Kaga
A Hida - Echizen (*Fails*)
F Kaga Supports A Hida - Echizen (*Cut*)
F North Pacific Ocean Supports F Pacific Ocean
F North Sea of Japan Supports F Noto
A North Shinano - Hida (*Fails*)
F Noto Supports F Kaga

Hojo:

F Atsumi Bay, no move received (*Disbanded*)
F Pacific Ocean, no move received
A Sagami, no move received
F Sagami Bay, no move received
A South Shinano, no move received
A Suruga, no move received
F Totomi, no move received (*Disbanded*)

Neutral:

A Hitachi, no move received

***WINTER ADJUSTMENTS:

Mori:

Remove

Asakura:

Build
Build (or build only 1 if Wakasa Bay remains on the map)

Oda:

Build

Uesugi:

Build

Hojo:

Build

***STATUS:

Shimazu: Supp 0 Unit 0 Build 0
Mori: Supp 7 Unit 8 Remove 1
Chosokabe: Supp 9 Unit 9 Build 0
Asakura: Supp 6 Unit 4 Build 2 (or only 1)
Oda: Supp 4 Unit 3 Build 1
Uesugi: Supp 8 Unit 7 Build 1
Takeda: Supp 0 Unit 0 Build 0
Hojo: Supp 6 Unit 5 Build 1
Neutral: Supp 1 Unit 1 Build 0

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DC 306: Sengoku Rev6DP - Fall 1575: Chosokabe Nobu... - Kenshi777   (Jul 27, 2010, 4:08 pm)
ah, indeed - but that has not happened yet. He only failed to order
in the Fall season, not the Autumn retreats...yet.
On 7/27/10, dc306(at)diplomaticcorp.com wrote:
Txurce posted in dc306. The message was...

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Hi Ben,

The official game rules state that "if a player fails to order a retreat
when necessary, the unit is disbanded."

Jorge

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