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Author:coebq
Posted:May 10, 2009 at 2:33 am
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Sorry!


I would have disbanded same. 


Thanks and regards.


Bruce

From: Former Trout <former.trout(at)gmail.com>
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Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2009 5:29:25 AM
Subject: DC-230 Lost Kings of Lore - Winter 1904 - Rise

Heya folks,

Sorry this was delayed half-a-day or so.  I was hoping an Italian disband would come in, but unfortunately I still had no word from Bruce.  Italy receives an auto-disband as a result, and as the only unit more than one space away from a home center, its Greece that gets the plunger.


Meanwhile, Germany loads up with three armies, France splits their builds, Austria fleets up in Trieste and Russia removes in Sevastopol.


Please let me know if you spot any errors.  Deadline for Spring 1905 orders will be set for Thursday, May 14th (11:59 PM GMT).


Cheers!


Slingblade Trout




Adjustment orders for Winter of 1904.  (DC230 04 WIN)


Austria: Build F Trieste.


England: Remove F Clyde.
England: Remove F Norwegian Sea.


France: Build F Brest.
France: Build A Paris.


Germany: Build A Kiel.
Germany: Build A Berlin.
Germany: Build A Munich.


Italy: No Disband Received - Auto-Remove A Greece.


Russia: Remove F Sevastopol.


Unit locations:


Austria:   F Aegean Sea, A Bulgaria, A Galicia, A Rumania, A Syria, F Trieste.
France:    F Brest, A Edinburgh, F Gulf of Lyon, A Marseilles, F North Atlantic 
           Ocean, F North Africa, A Paris, F Tunis, F Yorkshire.
Germany:   A Belgium, A Berlin, A Kiel, A Livonia, A Munich, F North Sea, F 
           Norway, A Silesia, A St Petersburg, A Warsaw.
Italy:     F Ionian Sea, A Tuscany, A Tyrolia, F Tyrrhenian Sea.
Russia:    A Moscow, A Ukraine.
Turkey:    F Ankara, A Constantinople, F Smyrna.


Ownership of supply centers:


Austria:   Budapest, Bulgaria, Rumania, Serbia, Trieste, Vienna.
France:    Brest, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London, Marseilles, Paris, Portugal, 
           Spain, Tunis.
Germany:   Belgium, Berlin, Denmark, Holland, Kiel, Munich, Norway, St 
           Petersburg, Sweden, Warsaw.
Italy:     Greece, Naples, Rome, Venice.
Russia:    Moscow, Sevastopol.
Turkey:    Ankara, Constantinople, Smyrna.


Austria:    6 Supply centers,  6 Units:  Builds   0 units.
England:    0 Supply centers,  0 Units:  Builds   0 units.
France:     9 Supply centers,  9 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Germany:   10 Supply centers, 10 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Italy:      4 Supply centers,  4 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Russia:     2 Supply centers,  2 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Turkey:     3 Supply centers,  3 Units:  Builds   0 units.




NEXT DEADLINE:  SPRING 1905 ORDERS DUE THURSDAY, MAY 14TH (11:59 PM GMT)!!

This message is in reply to post 10763:

Heya folks,

Sorry this was delayed half-a-day or so.  I was hoping an Italian disband would come in, but unfortunately I still had no word from Bruce.  Italy receives an auto-disband as a result, and as the only unit more than one space away from a home center, its Greece that gets the plunger.


Meanwhile, Germany loads up with three armies, France splits their builds, Austria fleets up in Trieste and Russia removes in Sevastopol.


Please let me know if you spot any errors.  Deadline for Spring 1905 orders will be set for Thursday, May 14th (11:59 PM GMT).


Cheers!


Slingblade Trout




Adjustment orders for Winter of 1904.  (DC230 04 WIN)


Austria: Build F Trieste.


England: Remove F Clyde.
England: Remove F Norwegian Sea.


France: Build F Brest.
France: Build A Paris.


Germany: Build A Kiel.
Germany: Build A Berlin.
Germany: Build A Munich.


Italy: No Disband Received - Auto-Remove A Greece.


Russia: Remove F Sevastopol.


Unit locations:


Austria:   F Aegean Sea, A Bulgaria, A Galicia, A Rumania, A Syria, F Trieste.
France:    F Brest, A Edinburgh, F Gulf of Lyon, A Marseilles, F North Atlantic 
           Ocean, F North Africa, A Paris, F Tunis, F Yorkshire.
Germany:   A Belgium, A Berlin, A Kiel, A Livonia, A Munich, F North Sea, F 
           Norway, A Silesia, A St Petersburg, A Warsaw.
Italy:     F Ionian Sea, A Tuscany, A Tyrolia, F Tyrrhenian Sea.
Russia:    A Moscow, A Ukraine.
Turkey:    F Ankara, A Constantinople, F Smyrna.


Ownership of supply centers:


Austria:   Budapest, Bulgaria, Rumania, Serbia, Trieste, Vienna.
France:    Brest, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London, Marseilles, Paris, Portugal, 
           Spain, Tunis.
Germany:   Belgium, Berlin, Denmark, Holland, Kiel, Munich, Norway, St 
           Petersburg, Sweden, Warsaw.
Italy:     Greece, Naples, Rome, Venice.
Russia:    Moscow, Sevastopol.
Turkey:    Ankara, Constantinople, Smyrna.


Austria:    6 Supply centers,  6 Units:  Builds   0 units.
England:    0 Supply centers,  0 Units:  Builds   0 units.
France:     9 Supply centers,  9 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Germany:   10 Supply centers, 10 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Italy:      4 Supply centers,  4 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Russia:     2 Supply centers,  2 Units:  Builds   0 units.
Turkey:     3 Supply centers,  3 Units:  Builds   0 units.




NEXT DEADLINE:  SPRING 1905 ORDERS DUE THURSDAY, MAY 14TH (11:59 PM GMT)!!

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DC-230 Lost Kings of Lore - Winter 1904 - Rise (former.trout) May 09, 04:30 pm

DC-230 Lost Kings of Lore - Winter 1904 - Rise (coebq) May 10, 02:33 am

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