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DC-322 Autumn 830 - Kenshi777   (Aug 17, 2010, 10:02 am)
Mike's comments are the most encouraging I have heard to date - very exciting to hear that from the Scots' perspective, the C/G alliance can work.  But I have yet to hear a Gaelic player say

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DC-322 Autumn 830 - mikemorris   (Aug 16, 2010, 9:15 pm)
Scot EOG

     I started the game intending to expand south down the Island. With that in mind, I wanted
to secure my flanks, and did succeed in putting together agreements with

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - Kenshi777   (Aug 15, 2010, 5:26 pm)
Hi Andy -
 
You make some good points, and the difficulties (particularly on the Isles) make me inclined to scrap the force-fit to Standard.  As for the triangular structure, I am partial to that

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - TheWhiteWolf   (Aug 14, 2010, 10:24 pm)
Ben,  I like that you know what you want this variant to be, and that you've been working solidly at it all this time. However, I'm starting to think the analogy you're drawing to Standard m

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - Kenshi777   (Aug 14, 2010, 9:21 pm)
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - Kenshi777   (Aug 14, 2010, 9:21 pm)
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - packrat   (Aug 14, 2010, 9:07 pm)
The short answer to the geal/scot question is - you can't.  The Scots have more to gain
by convincing the anglos and bretons to fight while the scots go after the gaels.  That is the
best

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 14, 09:21 pm
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 14, 09:21 pm
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) TheWhiteWolf Aug 14, 10:24 pm
Ben,  I like that you know what you want this variant to be, and that you've been working solidly at it all this time. However, I'm starting to think the analogy you're drawing to Standard m
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 15, 05:26 pm
Hi Andy -
 
You make some good points, and the difficulties (particularly on the Isles) make me inclined to scrap the force-fit to Standard.  As for the triangular structure, I am partial to that
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread - Kenshi777   (Aug 14, 2010, 6:55 pm)
Here we go - I have found that this process works best if we all focus on the same list of points to discuss, rather than free-form.  That said, feel free to add new points to the list!
 
Fundamen

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DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) packrat Aug 14, 09:07 pm
The short answer to the geal/scot question is - you can't.  The Scots have more to gain
by convincing the anglos and bretons to fight while the scots go after the gaels.  That is the
best
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 14, 09:21 pm
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 14, 09:21 pm
so then, I have to give them more external distractions/more appealing options - close the gap with the Norse perhaps, and boost the spoils in between?  Or close the gap between the Anglo-Saxons and
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) TheWhiteWolf Aug 14, 10:24 pm
Ben,  I like that you know what you want this variant to be, and that you've been working solidly at it all this time. However, I'm starting to think the analogy you're drawing to Standard m
DC-322 - Dark Ages Revision Thread (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 15, 05:26 pm
Hi Andy -
 
You make some good points, and the difficulties (particularly on the Isles) make me inclined to scrap the force-fit to Standard.  As for the triangular structure, I am partial to that
DC-322 Norse EOG - Kenshi777   (Aug 14, 2010, 6:44 pm)
Hi all - I'm going to split this discussion into two threads here - a discussion of this game (my EOG) and design notes.  As Andy said, your feedback *is* extremely valuable and does get consider

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DC-322 Swede EOG - bielf11   (Aug 14, 2010, 1:28 pm)
With the thorough analysis of Chris I can hardly do any less. Or give it a try at least.
 
I loved the map when I saw and as I do like the experimental Dip games I was glad I could join. I prefer g

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DC-322 Autumn 830 - Kenshi777   (Aug 14, 2010, 10:32 am)
This is one of the nicer things anyone has ever said about one of my variants, especially Dark Ages.  Thanks Scott -
 
my full EOG will come separately, as I'm finally feeling well enough to

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DC-322 Autumn 830 - TheWhiteWolf   (Aug 13, 2010, 9:44 pm)
Oh, sweet memories...
From: Packrat <brn2dip(at)yahoo.com>

Except the first one, that was just a melt down on so many levels.

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DC-322 Swede EOG - TheWhiteWolf   (Aug 13, 2010, 9:30 pm)
Thanks for getting the first narrative on the table, DQ. Hopefully we'll see some interesting "from my point of view" recountings, and a whole lot of discussion about the variant for Ben.However, what

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DC-322 Autumn 830 - packrat   (Aug 13, 2010, 9:13 pm)
Hmmm - I deleted all my dip folders and cleaned out the filters so were it not for
Dr. Martin's post I would have missed this altogether.

I would like to say the DIAS outcome surprised me, but, al

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DC-322 Swede EOG - Dancing_Queen   (Aug 13, 2010, 7:55 pm)
I echo Frank here -- I enjoyed the variant.  In fact, I enjoyed it a great deal more than I expected.
From my end, there were two crucial turning points in the play of the game.  One of them straig

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DC-322 Swede EOG (dc322) TheWhiteWolf Aug 13, 09:30 pm
Thanks for getting the first narrative on the table, DQ. Hopefully we'll see some interesting "from my point of view" recountings, and a whole lot of discussion about the variant for Ben.However, what
DC-322 Swede EOG (dc322) bielf11 Aug 14, 01:28 pm
With the thorough analysis of Chris I can hardly do any less. Or give it a try at least.
 
I loved the map when I saw and as I do like the experimental Dip games I was glad I could join. I prefer g
DC-322 Autumn 830 - bielf11   (Aug 13, 2010, 6:57 pm)
Guys, thanks for playing. Enjoyed every bit of it although recalling the early days I have to admit I liked the successful attacks over the succesful retreats.
I will share my EoG thougts with you la

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DC-322 Autumn 830 - TheWhiteWolf   (Aug 13, 2010, 4:08 pm)
Guys,  I hope that nobody minds me putting this out an hour early. I figure we'd all be better off without the tense waiting game. The DIAS has been unanimously voted for, so this game is ov

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DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) packrat Aug 13, 09:13 pm
Hmmm - I deleted all my dip folders and cleaned out the filters so were it not for
Dr. Martin's post I would have missed this altogether.

I would like to say the DIAS outcome surprised me, but, al
DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) TheWhiteWolf Aug 13, 09:44 pm
Oh, sweet memories...
From: Packrat <brn2dip(at)yahoo.com>

Except the first one, that was just a melt down on so many levels.
DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 14, 10:32 am
This is one of the nicer things anyone has ever said about one of my variants, especially Dark Ages.  Thanks Scott -
 
my full EOG will come separately, as I'm finally feeling well enough to
DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) mikemorris Aug 16, 09:15 pm
Scot EOG

     I started the game intending to expand south down the Island. With that in mind, I wanted
to secure my flanks, and did succeed in putting together agreements with
DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) Kenshi777 Aug 17, 10:02 am
Mike's comments are the most encouraging I have heard to date - very exciting to hear that from the Scots' perspective, the C/G alliance can work.  But I have yet to hear a Gaelic player say
DC-322 Autumn 830 (dc322) bielf11 Aug 13, 06:57 pm
Guys, thanks for playing. Enjoyed every bit of it although recalling the early days I have to admit I liked the successful attacks over the succesful retreats.
I will share my EoG thougts with you la
DC-322 Fall 830 - Kenshi777   (Aug 13, 2010, 3:26 pm)
sign me up!  (and I vote yes on the DIAS, would be foolish not to)


On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 1:19 PM, Christopher Martin <dance.scholar(at)gmail.com> wrote:

Yes!  Solidarity!  Liberty!  E

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DC-322 Fall 830 - Kenshi777   (Aug 13, 2010, 3:23 pm)
Mike (or Chris for that matter) - no one would fault you for pressing on for the solo if you think it's within reach.  You know that's what any of us vassal states would do if we were in your

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DC-322 Draw Proposal - TheWhiteWolf   (Aug 13, 2010, 2:53 pm)
Guys,  I have both retreats, and will still publish Autumn as planned later this evening. The game's not over unless I get a unanimous yes vote on that DIAS Mike proposed. On that note, I've

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DC-322 Message from Ben - Kenshi777   (Aug 13, 2010, 2:35 pm)
sleep-deprived?  check.  malnourished?  check.  Color-blind?  Nope - can still see which dots are Norse, and all those swedish units all around it.  No such luck Chris Smile
 
B.


On Thu, A

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DC-322 Fall 830 - Dancing_Queen   (Aug 13, 2010, 1:19 pm)
Yes!  Solidarity!  Liberty!  Equality!  Fraternities!  Sororities!  The 35 hour work-week and 6 weeks paid vacation for all!

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 2:08 PM, dipcorp.player(at)gmail.com <dipc

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DC-322 Fall 830 - bielf11   (Aug 13, 2010, 1:08 pm)
Can I join you? I mean going on strike and such?
----Origineel bericht----
Van: Christopher Martin
Verzonden: 13-08-2010 19:37:11
Aan: dipcorp.player(at)gmail.com
Cc: Mike Morris; The White Wolf; B

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DC-322 Fall 830 - Dancing_Queen   (Aug 13, 2010, 12:37 pm)
No no -- I was done after I got to the Skaggerak.  THAT was the main thing I wanted.
That, and alcohol that isn't made from honey.  I mean, that stuff we drink is increadibly . . . 

Meadioc

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DC-322 Fall 830 - bielf11   (Aug 13, 2010, 12:33 pm)
Thought that was all you're after just to prove you could.
----Origineel bericht----
Van: Christopher Martin
Verzonden: 13-08-2010 15:36:58
Aan: Mike Morris
Cc: The White Wolf; Ben Hester; Darre

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