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Author:Corrino
Posted:May 18, 2010 at 6:10 pm
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Hi Players,

Thanks to all players for getting their retreats in promptly.  Parties involved will find retreat outcomes in their Autumn reports.

First order of business is to wish "Auf Wiedersehen!" to our unfortunate Archduke.  You have suffered the fate of many an Austro-Hungarian leader before you.  Gunboat is rarely kind to the Dual Monarchy.  That's the main reason I decided to try the Fleet Rome variant in 324, just to see if maybe it would give Austria a bit more room to grow at the beginning.

As for the survivors, I have to say it's starting to look like the Land of Oz B.D. (Before Dorothy).   The Wicked Witches are on the ascendant, owning
half of all the available SC after just three years of play.  Can our remaining powers put together a defense?  Yes, it's pretty difficult to coordinate when you're blindfolded and gagged.  Better come up with something, though.... 

Below are the SC counts at the conclusion of 1903. 


COUNTRY    SC
Austria     0   

England     9

France      5

Germany     3

Italy       5

Russia      4

Turkey      8

 
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Hey Dudes!  This is the third time we're doing this now, so try to remember:  WINTER & SPRING orders are submitted together.


Winter 1903/Spring 1904 are due Friday, May 21, at 8 pm Eastern
time.  If all orders are in and marked Final I may adjudicate 24 hours earlier.


Cheers,
Chris

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(DC 324) A Stab in the Dark - Autumn 1903 Results (Corrino) May 18, 06:10 pm

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