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Unknown - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Only if you're actually in Austria Hungary.

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D131 "Blood of the Innocent" - The Game... - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
By now everyone has received their country. DO NOT INFORM ANYONE OF YOUR COUNTRY.

I honestly dont think it will come to this, but if you inform another player of your counrty i would have to remove you from the game immdediately.

This is also a NO press game so if you have any questions or comments about the game - please direct to me and not to the forum.

First Deadlines
Spring 1901 is due Tuesday 6th November, at 9pm Australian EST.
Fall 1901 is due Friday 9th November, at 9pm Australian EST.
Winter 1901 is due the following Tuesday 13th at 9pm Australian EST (note winter ajdudications will be assemed final upon receipt unless clearly marked prelims)




Stephen
aka Deathblade_penguin (Knight of the Shubbery)
www.diplomaticcorp.com


Listen now! New music from the Rogue Traders.

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Dc 113 Grace period France. - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
I cannot find moves from France or Turkey.

Since, according to my records - France has not used a grace period with me.. I am giving France 24 hours to submit moves. This also benefits turkey who has used his grace period but now has some extra time to submit moves.

Any other player is welcome to change their moves.

I will adjuducate in 24 hours OR as soon as I recieve french moves, whichever is sooner.


Stephen
aka Deathblade_penguin (Knight of the Shubbery)
www.diplomaticcorp.com


Sell your car for just $30 at CarPoint.com.au. It's simple!

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Re: Current Game Deadlines - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)

Hi guys,

Just had a thought tonight. Maybe we could have a field on the active game page for the GM to write down the current game turn and deadline. That might help the players a little.

Minor detail - thought I might as well bring it up though.

Trout



There is now a spot to enter the Current Season (year and month) in the game header.

-mike

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Italy welcomes the crew - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
There are some nations yet to admit an Italian ambassador, and to those nations, I warn that you will be then forced to admit the Italian 1st!

Not a bad idea, if you enjoy parades. And flags, and Italy's finest young men marching through your streets.

Maybe your Gross Domestic Product will rise, eh?

WeCanWorkThisOut (a) Yahoo.com to discuss your future within Italy's empire.

That is all!

Presidente Alexander "The Gentleman"

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Ancient World - Monday! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Just a friendly 48-hour warning that moves are due Monday.

No ya know what this isn’t friendly. It’s down right pleasant.

-mike

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Unknown - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Holland does not own Ceylon - yet.

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Wacky wednesday warning! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Waylaid warriors who withhold will weep while watchful wolves wreak wreckage.



When?
2pm of course.
FOW III - Dark Side of the Fog
FOW III I/II – Ancient Art of War in Fog
Both due!

Worried who will wage what war?
Watch Wednesday!
…when we ween what wonders wait.

*******************************************************

Today’s warning was brought to you by the letter ‘W’.



The W says…
Why write without w's when words work wonderfully with?

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Wacky wednesday warning! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
In Australia we have a word that starts with W and ends in ANKER.

Smile



Stephen
aka Deathblade_penguin (Knight of the Shubbery)
www.diplomaticcorp.com




Subject: Wacky wednesday warning!
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 10:04:29 -0800
From: mike(at)southwall.com
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Waylaid warriors who withhold will weep while watchful wolves wreak wreckage.



When?
2pm of course.
FOW III - Dark Side of the Fog
FOW III I/II – Ancient Art of War in Fog
Both due!

Worried who will wage what war?
Watch Wednesday!
…when we ween what wonders wait.

*******************************************************

Today’s warning was brought to you by the letter ‘W’.



The W says…
Why write without w's when words work wonderfully with?


Listen now! New music from the Rogue Traders.

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DC-114 Spring 1904 - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
There are two retreats. F Greece can retreat to Albania or OTB. A Budapest has the fortuitous option of offensive retreats to either Romania or Serbia besides OTB. Austria and Turkey please send at earliest convenience. The quicker deadline appeared to work well this turn so I will continue the orders every 5 day pace unless someone objects. Map is up on the website.

[u:02cf00e451]Germany[/u:02cf00e451]
F Prussia-Baltic

[u:02cf00e451]Russia[/u:02cf00e451]
F Sevastapol-->Switzerland (Fails)
A Warsaw-->Galacia (Bounce 1:1)
A Moscow Supports A Rumania-->Ukraine
A Rumania-->Ukraine
F Berlin Supports F Kiel
F Kiel Supports German F Prussia-->Baltic Sea
A Galacia-->Bohemia

[u:02cf00e451]Turkey[/u:02cf00e451]
A Budapest --> Galicia (Bounce 1:1, dislodged 2:1)
A Constantinople --> Bulgaria
F Bulgaria sc --> Greece
F Aegean Sea -- > S(F Bulgaria sc --> Greece)
F Smyrna --> East Med

[u:02cf00e451]Austria[/u:02cf00e451]
F Venice hold
A Vienna - Budapest
A Trieste s A Vienna - Budapest
F Greece hold (Dislodged 2:1)
A Ukraine - Sevestapol (Bounce 1:1, Dislodged 2:1, Disbanded)

[u:02cf00e451]France[/u:02cf00e451]
A (Marsellies) - Gascony
A (Piedmont) - Tyrolia
A (Paris) - Burgundy
F (Gulf of Lyons) - Middle Atlantic Ocean (Fails)
F (Brest) - Middle Atlantic Ocean

[u:02cf00e451]England[/u:02cf00e451]
F Belgium - Holland
F Denmark Supports F Holland - Helgoland Bight
F Edinburgh - Norwegian Sea
F Holland - Helgoland Bight
A Liverpool - Yorkshire
F London - North Sea
A Picardy - Belgium
F Sweden - Baltic Sea (Fails 2:1)

[u:02cf00e451]Italy[/u:02cf00e451]
Army Tuscany-Venice (Bounce 1:1)
Fleet Tunis-Western Mediterranean
F Ionian Sea Hold

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Spring '01 Adjudicated - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
SPRING '01 ORDERS

Many thanks to all for getting orders in by the deadline - Don't forget your prelims for Fall '01 Smile

FRANCE
MAR-SPA
BRE-MAO
PAR-PIC

GERMANY
A Berlin - Kiel
F Kiel - Denmark
A Munich - Ruhr

ENGLAND
F Edi - NWG (Norwegian sea)
F Lon - NTH (North sea)
A Lvp - Edi

ITALY
F NAP - ION
A ROM - APU

AUSTRIA
F Tri - Alb
A Bud - Ser
A Vie - Gal

RUSSIA
army moscow-ukrane
army warsaw-hold
fleet st petersburg sc-gulf of bothnia
fleet sevastapol-black sea

TURKEY
a con - bul
a smy - con
f ank - Bla






...and so the waters of the English Channel & the Black Sea remain peaceful for the Summer - although for different reasons Smile
There are no retreats of course after the first turn - the deadline for Fall 1901 is next Tuesday (13th Nov.) 3pm GMT
I am sure you all have plenty to talk about - so get Dipping!

Kind regards
Very Happy

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DC-114 Summer retreats - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
A Budapest retreats to Serbia
F Greece retreats to Albania

Fall 1904 orders are due 11pm CST Sunday 11/11. Map is up on the website.

John

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Unknown - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Hello everybody,

I'll use this thread to introduce myself, since poobaloo did that too. This is my first diplomacy game. I live in Holland, and I study Applied Mathematics there. I'm 17. I played lots of Mafia games on the internet, so I'm familiar with forumgames, and I played Risk in real life so I hope I can learn diplomacy easily. Good luck to y'all!

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GM's sought! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
With 15 GMs, 30 games and 166 active players, we are still filling up games… Who wants to GM the next standard? Anybody new who hasn’t tried GM’ing before?

-mike

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Inverted - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
I was bored the other day so I came up w this. It’s IDENTICAL to the standard map and entirely playable as a standard game… except it is completely inverted topologically. The standard map has two unplayable regions… Switzerland, and the “outside”… this map takes the outside to the middle, and Switzerland to the outside, but otherwise is completely equivalent to playing on the standard map.

http://www.diplomaticcorp.com/images/inverted.gif

-mike
Order of the Mammoth
www.diplomaticcorp.com

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Inverted - very similar to Circular map - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
It is a funky idea, I have to admit. Its like the Circular topographically equivalent map. (http://www.diplom.org/Online/maps/stdmap.gif)

I've always felt that you lose something when you play on that map though. Maybe I'm just nostalgic about European geography - I don't know...

T.

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Inverted - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Definitely an interesting idea, it would be akin in the regular map to any fleet being able to go off the edge and come back on anywhere else. Would totally change the dynamic, as for example Moscow would now have a coast (bordering only switzerlake) but a coast nonetheless. Sev would have two coasts… one on the Black Sea and another on the lake. France can directly attack Russia, and England can directly attack Turkey (via-NAT-Switzerlake- and then any of EMS, Syr, or Arm). Really removes the corner safety aspect of the game. Russia becomes the most vulnerable, since a fleet in that space can hit StP, Mos, or Sev. So much that it’s almost imperative that Russia build a 1st year fleet and take that spot for himself just to keep others out.

Would this one single change eliminate the possibility of stalemate lines?
-mike



From: diplomaticcorp(at)yahoogroups.com [mailto:diplomaticcorp(at)yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of David E. Cohen
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 4:09 AM
To: diplomaticcorp(at)yahoogroups.com; variants(at)diplomaticcorp.com
Subject: (DC) Re: Inverted


I know the idea is to have an oddly shaped map play identically to the
Standard map, but I'd personally make one change, and play it as a variant.

I'd make the circular central "outside" passable and a sea province. That
way, your unnamed (on the map) central province, named "Switzerwater",
perhaps, would really serve to facilitate movement through all the water
provinces. Having it as a land province, or as an impassable province
(which makes it equivalent to Standard), kind of blocks things up.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Sims" <mike(at)southwall.com ([email]mike%40southwall.com[/email])>
To: <diplomaticcorp(at)yahoogroups.com ([email]diplomaticcorp%40yahoogroups.com[/email])>; <variants(at)diplomaticcorp.com ([email]variants%40diplomaticcorp.com[/email])>
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2007 10:34 PM
Subject: [SPAM](DC) Inverted

I was bored the other day so I came up w this. It's IDENTICAL to the
standard map and entirely playable as a standard game... except it is
completely inverted topologically. The standard map has two unplayable
regions... Switzerland, and the "outside"... this map takes the outside
to the middle, and Switzerland to the outside, but otherwise is
completely equivalent to playing on the standard map.



http://www.diplomaticcorp.com/images/inverted.gif



-mike

Order of the Mammoth

www.diplomaticcorp.com <http://www.diplomaticcorp.com/>





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First Moves - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
I'm pretty excited to see how these are going to turn out. No matter if it's during a face to face game or a PBEM, waiting to see the first moves always fills me with anticipation more than any other part of the game. Laughing

Even if I get stabbed by my every neighbor, I think I'll still be happy with getting to see the moves. Plus, I'm in college--I can't afford to stress out about this because I'm too busy stressing out over everything else in my life. Smile

Anyway, to re-cap, I'm counting down the hours to tomorrow and good luck to everyone; I hope this winds up being a very enjoyable game.

And if anyone knows anything about calculating the highest frequency and wavelength of an electron based on the allowable energy levels of an atom that it inhabits, I could use some tutoring. Very Happy

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Typical Standard - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Hey, it's standard for a reason. It's fun, it's simple, it's familiar, and it's cozy!

It is also my first GM.

It is also STILL waiting on 3 more players. SIGN UP TODAY AND BREAK A NEWBIE IN!

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Unknown - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Newbie player here!

Everybody please be gentle! Surprisedops:

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Unknown - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Thanks for signing up! Two more players needed and then we will get underway.

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Another newbie - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Looking forward to working with you all Wink

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Test - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Testing to see
please let me know if you are getting this

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DEADLINE REMINDERS!! YOU WHOOO!! - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
TOMORROW
MONDAY NOVEMBER 12
23.59 EDT GMT-5

The following games are due::


KKK:: KINGLY KINGS--FALL 1901
MMM:: RETREAT NEEDED

FF:: SPRING 1911

DC 117:: WINTER BUILDS

ALL ABS:: RETREAT NEEDED

DC EXPRESS:: EEE:: CONFIRMATION

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WOT game - Hold - test_gm   (Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 am)
Well I am sorry to say I have had no response from 2 players.
Stephen The Penguin has offered to fill one slot, so we will need one more to get things rolling again.

I am really sorry for this further delay.

Stephen, if you would like to take the Midlands, you can start negotiations now.
We will continue to search for a Lord Captain Commander for the Whitecloaks.

I will keep you all posted as this progresses.

Jason



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