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A Foggy Grim World Of Perilous Adventure


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G.M. emaildrew3739o-at-yahoo-dot-com
VariantGunboat  [Wiki]
Cur SeasonWinter 10
Next Deadline2009-08-30 @ 07:00:00 GMT
S. C.34
Start Date2009-05-17
End Date2009-10-04
Real-Life Time141 days
Slideshow SC Chart
| Default House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Austria HiddenEliminated 0 14 0 -4.89 1163.13
0 England HiddenEliminated 0 20 0 -6.86 1317.62
0 France HiddenSurvival 1 20 0 -3.6 1210.8
0 Germany HiddenSolo 20 20 0 27.74 1303.71
0 Italy HiddenSurvival 3 20 0 -3.77 1265.86
0 Russia HiddenEliminated 0 12 0 -6.09 1221.95
0 Turkey HiddenSurvival 10 20 0 -2.52 1212.39

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With the following set of orders Germany has reached 20 Supply centers and achieved,
And A Grim World Of Perilous Adventure (AGWOPA) for the rest.
I found this to be a wonderfully interesting game. 2 different theaters of war on the same map. Germany taking advantage of every opportunity that was open to him. England was careful and strong. France with a few mistakes holds on to the end. Russia and Austria valiant and well played held on as long as they could but the numbers and multiple fronts caught up to both. Turkey and Italy both fought it out toe to toe with some jabs and hooks but both unable to land a final knock out blow in time to slow the German machine that ended up rolling to a well played victory. It was well played all, he was fortunate on a couple of items and capitalized promptly, never really looking back to push England from Moscow to the isle with well executed precision.
The cast;
Germany Chris Morse camorse22 20 centers
Turkey William Duncan CPT23862 10 centers
Italy Matt Kremer unitedfan1389 3 centers
France Joshua Tag sanjat312 1 center
England Stephen Lytton deathblade_penguin
Russia Rob Bristol chknbrstl
Austria Joe Payne billyjoebobfred1

EOG comments are welcome and encouraged.
Thanks again all and glad you joined my blind foray. My only negative comment is the waiting between turns for all orders to get in. That said, it really was not that bad we got 10 years of play in 5 months.
Hope to do it again soon see ya on the battle field I am sure in the future. Your humble
GM and entertained observer in a fun game to watch,
Drew Ott
A Yorkshire - London
F Wales Supports A Yorkshire - London

F Tunis Hold

A Bohemia - Vienna
A Edinburgh Supports F Liverpool
F English Channel Supports F London
A Gascony - Marseilles
F Liverpool Hold
F London Hold
A Marseilles - Piedmont
A Moscow Supports A Ukraine
A Munich - Bohemia
F Norwegian Sea - North Atlantic Ocean
A Portugal Hold
A Silesia - Galicia
A Tyrolia Supports A Marseilles - Piedmont
A Ukraine Supports A Silesia - Galicia
A Warsaw Supports A Silesia - Galicia
F Western Mediterranean - Tyrrhenian Sea

F Adriatic Sea, no move received
A Apulia - Rome
F Eastern Mediterranean - Smyrna
F Ionian Sea Hold
A Trieste - Venice
A Venice - Piedmont

F Aegean Sea - Smyrna
A Albania - Trieste
F Black Sea Supports A Sevastopol
A Budapest Supports A Albania - Trieste
A Galicia Hold
F Greece - Ionian Sea
A Rumania - Ukraine
A Serbia Supports A Albania - Trieste
A Sevastopol Hold

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