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Subject:< ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana >
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Author:FuzzyLogic
Posted:May 28, 2010 at 1:59 pm
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Re: ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana




Look guys I think there is no question that unless there is dissention among BRS, we will overrun the boot in time.  It's nothing against Nigs, but I vote no to such a 4-way.  Nigs even publicly stated that he sees the writing and is willing to concede, and so I think we can get better.  I'll vote yes to a 3-way, but that's already shot down, so with fall orders let's repropose the 3-way for spring when there's only 5 powers voting.  Normally I would not even jump at a 3-way here.  But Nigs has some personal stuff to tend to, so I think it's decent to simply accept someone's offer if they offer to concede.
-mike
 



From: Benjamin Hester [mailto:screwtape777(at)gmail.com]
Sent: Fri 5/28/2010 1:46 PM
To: Allen York
Cc: Adam Levy; Michael Sims; gbimmerle; Garry Bledsoe; Nigel PHILLIPS; Ross Webb; dc288; Matthew Kelly; Packrat; ACD-Games
Subject: Re: ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana



Okay - so the retreat is official, and Thursday, June 3rd 1700 EST
will be the deadline for Fall 1867.  Please include all votes on a
BRSG draw at that time.

Thanks -
B.

On 5/28/10, Allen York <Allen.York(at)cchmc.org> wrote:
> Austria-Hungary:
> A Venezia - Bologna
>
> And publicly vote NO to the 3-way.  I'll vote in favor if Greece is
> included.
>
> Allen
>
>>>> Benjamin Hester <screwtape777(at)gmail.com> 5/27/2010 6:02 PM >>>
> Word of the day is: Fail.  RP printed the word *Fails* in this
> adjudication more than you'd see in a whole day on failblog.com.  The
> curse of the fail struck indiscriminately - Romania, Bulgaria, Greece,
> Serbia, and the Ottomans all failed at something or another that they
> tried.  Better luck next season.  That leaves Austria - who has the
> one retreat order needed for this season, and Italy, who caused said
> retreat.  On to the history blurb, at the site of the fiercest
> fighting this season: Tirana.
>
> Tirana before the First World War was one of the great bastions of
> Islam in Europe.  No Ottoman territory in Europe embraced the culture
> and religion of their Turkish overlords more than Tirana.  This
> favored status led to regional prominence for Tirana under the Ottoman
> reign, though the city slipped into decline as the Ottoman hold over
> the region waned.  Independence (and communism) brought even greater
> disaster for Tirana and Albania as a whole, which is struggling even
> today to emerge and assume its place as a European capital.
>
> ***NEXT DEADLINE: I would really like to see Allen's retreat by
> tomorrow, though the deadline will have to actually be Tuesday, 1700
> EST.  If we *do* get that retreat broadcast before tomorrow, then the
> Fall 1867 deadline will be Thursday, June 3rd, at 1700 EST.  If not,
> then I will extend the deadline accordingly.
>
> ***RETREAT DUE:  Army Venezia may retreat to Trent, Bologna, or OTB.
>
> ***DRAW PROPOSAL:  A 3-way BRS draw has been proposed.  Please include
> your votes on that proposal with your next set of orders.
>
> ***PLAYERS:
>
> ITALY: Adam Levy
> AUSTRIA-HUNGARY: Allen York
> SERBIA: Garry Bledsoe
> GREECE: Nigel Phillips
> ROMANIA: Mike Sims
> BULGARIA: Ross Webb
> OTTOMAN EMPIRE: Gregory Bim-Merle
>
> ***RESULTS:
>
> Italy:
>
> A Salzburg - Venezia
>
> Austria-Hungary:
>
> A Venezia Supports A Salzburg (*Dislodged*)
>
> Serbia:
>
> F Adriatic Sea - Gulf of Venezia
> A Agram Supports A Trieste
> A Bitola Supports A Tirana
> F Cetinje - Adriatic Sea
> A Kragujevac - Scutari (*Fails*)
> A Sarajevo - Cetinje
> A Trieste Supports A Salzburg - Venezia
>
> Romania:
>
> F Bosporus - Sea of Marmara (*Fails*)
> A Budapest Hold
> F Constanta - Burgas Bay
> A Craiova - Nis
> A Graz - Salzburg
> A Nis - Skopje
> A Pecs - Graz
> F Salonika Supports A Serres - Kozani
> F Sea of Marmara - Thermaic Gulf (*Fails*)
> A Tirana Supports A Kozani - Agrinio (*Cut*)
>
> Bulgaria:
>
> A Ankara - Manisa
> A Antalya - Izmir (*Fails*)
> F Bursa Supports A Antalya - Izmir
> A Kozani - Agrinio (*Fails*)
> A Plovdiv - Sofia
> A Serres - Kozani (*Fails*)
> F Thermaic Gulf - Gulf of Izmir (*Bounce*)
>
> Greece:
>
> F Aegean Sea Supports F Athens - Larisa (*Fails*)
> A Agrinio Supports F Scutari - Tirana (*Cut*)
> A Ancona Hold
> F Athens - Larisa (*Fails*)
> F Eastern Mediterranean Supports A Izmir - Antalya
> F Gulf of Taranto Supports F Scutari - Tirana
> F Larisa - Kozani (*Fails*)
> F Saronic Gulf - Gulf of Izmir (*Bounce*)
> F Scutari - Tirana (*Fails*)
> F Torino Hold
>
> Ottomans:
>
> A Izmir - Antalya (*Fails*)
>
> Thanks!
> B.
>
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This message is in reply to post 16507:

Word of the day is: Fail. RP printed the word *Fails* in this
adjudication more than you'd see in a whole day on failblog.com. The
curse of the fail struck indiscriminately - Romania, Bulgaria, Greece,
Serbia, and the Ottomans all failed at something or another that they
tried. Better luck next season. That leaves Austria - who has the
one retreat order needed for this season, and Italy, who caused said
retreat. On to the history blurb, at the site of the fiercest
fighting this season: Tirana.
Tirana before the First World War was one of the great bastions of
Islam in Europe. No Ottoman territory in Europe embraced the culture
and religion of their Turkish overlords more than Tirana. This
favored status led to regional prominence for Tirana under the Ottoman
reign, though the city slipped into decline as the Ottoman hold over
the region waned. Independence (and communism) brought even greater
disaster for Tirana and Albania as a whole, which is struggling even
today to emerge and assume its place as a European capital.
***NEXT DEADLINE: I would really like to see Allen's retreat by
tomorrow, though the deadline will have to actually be Tuesday, 1700
EST. If we *do* get that retreat broadcast before tomorrow, then the
Fall 1867 deadline will be Thursday, June 3rd, at 1700 EST. If not,
then I will extend the deadline accordingly.
***RETREAT DUE: Army Venezia may retreat to Trent, Bologna, or OTB.
***DRAW PROPOSAL: A 3-way BRS draw has been proposed. Please include
your votes on that proposal with your next set of orders.
***PLAYERS:
ITALY: Adam Levy
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY: Allen York
SERBIA: Garry Bledsoe
GREECE: Nigel Phillips
ROMANIA: Mike Sims
BULGARIA: Ross Webb
OTTOMAN EMPIRE: Gregory Bim-Merle
***RESULTS:
Italy:
A Salzburg - Venezia
Austria-Hungary:
A Venezia Supports A Salzburg (*Dislodged*)
Serbia:
F Adriatic Sea - Gulf of Venezia
A Agram Supports A Trieste
A Bitola Supports A Tirana
F Cetinje - Adriatic Sea
A Kragujevac - Scutari (*Fails*)
A Sarajevo - Cetinje
A Trieste Supports A Salzburg - Venezia
Romania:
F Bosporus - Sea of Marmara (*Fails*)
A Budapest Hold
F Constanta - Burgas Bay
A Craiova - Nis
A Graz - Salzburg
A Nis - Skopje
A Pecs - Graz
F Salonika Supports A Serres - Kozani
F Sea of Marmara - Thermaic Gulf (*Fails*)
A Tirana Supports A Kozani - Agrinio (*Cut*)
Bulgaria:
A Ankara - Manisa
A Antalya - Izmir (*Fails*)
F Bursa Supports A Antalya - Izmir
A Kozani - Agrinio (*Fails*)
A Plovdiv - Sofia
A Serres - Kozani (*Fails*)
F Thermaic Gulf - Gulf of Izmir (*Bounce*)
Greece:
F Aegean Sea Supports F Athens - Larisa (*Fails*)
A Agrinio Supports F Scutari - Tirana (*Cut*)
A Ancona Hold
F Athens - Larisa (*Fails*)
F Eastern Mediterranean Supports A Izmir - Antalya
F Gulf of Taranto Supports F Scutari - Tirana
F Larisa - Kozani (*Fails*)
F Saronic Gulf - Gulf of Izmir (*Bounce*)
F Scutari - Tirana (*Fails*)
F Torino Hold
Ottomans:
A Izmir - Antalya (*Fails*)
Thanks!
B.
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There are 12 Messages in this Thread:


ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (Kenshi777) May 27, 05:02 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (Kenshi777) May 27, 05:03 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (teflongnome) May 28, 06:37 am

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (Nigs) May 28, 12:13 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (teflongnome) May 28, 12:17 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (Kenshi777) May 28, 01:46 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (FuzzyLogic) May 28, 01:59 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (rodtheworm) May 28, 02:00 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (teflongnome) May 28, 02:11 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (FuzzyLogic) May 28, 02:25 pm

ACD236/DC288: Balkans1860 Spring 1867: Tirana (rodtheworm) Jun 01, 05:03 pm

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