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Author:Githraine
Posted:Sep 13, 2011 at 12:11 pm
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How do you have 12 centers with such a 1 track mind?  Wink






From: Douglas Kent <dougray30(at)yahoo.com>
To: Alex Maslow <blueraider0(at)gmail.com>; NDM <holyyakker(at)gmail.com>
Cc: dc391(at)diplomaticcorp.com; diplomacyworld(at)yahoo.com; Githraine(at)yahoo.com; Jack McHugh <jwmchughjr(at)gmail.com>; JOHN CLARKE <john.c1arke(at)btinternet.com>; Michael Norton <mjn82(at)yahoo.com>; "NICOL, Alfred (AMN)" <amn(at)benenden.kent.sch.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 6:48 AM
Subject: Re: DC 391 Fall 1903









The 5 stages eh?  Sounds like a DW article....deadline is October
1....






 




From: Alex Maslow


Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 10:35 PM


To: NDM


Cc: dc391(at)diplomaticcorp.com ; diplomacyworld(at)yahoo.com ; Githraine(at)yahoo.com ; Jack McHugh ;
JOHN CLARKE ; Michael Norton ; NICOL,
Alfred (AMN)


Subject: Re: DC 391 Fall 1903




 



Boo. 
Gripe.  Complain.  Wonder.  Yell.  Bow.

 


The 5 stages of being eliminated.  Sigh.


 


Good game, look forward to sending out a SEARING EOG.  Ok, maybe not
really.  But still! 


 


-Maslow



On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 6:27 PM, NDM <holyyakker(at)gmail.com>
wrote:


My apologies, life has been insane. If I am unable to make
future deadlines I will turn the game over to another GM.

 


This turn results in the Fall of Germany - many thanks to Alex for
leading the valiant nation. Italy is on the ropes, but manages to hold on for
one more season. Russia makes TREMENDOUS gains (+4 Build) ending up with 12
supply centers). Germany auto-disbands since no retreat would matter com
Winter.


 




Results:


Austria:


A Budapest Hold


A Trieste - Serbia (*Bounce*)


A Venice - Trieste (*Bounce*)


A Vienna - Trieste (*Bounce*)


 


England:


F English Channel Convoys A London - Portugal


F Holland - Belgium


A London - Portugal


F Mid-Atlantic Ocean Convoys A London - Portugal


F North Sea - Denmark (*Bounce*)


A Ruhr Supports A Silesia - Munich


F Sweden - Baltic Sea (*Fails*)


 


France:


A Brest Hold


A Munich - Burgundy


A Picardy Supports A Brest


A Rome Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Naples (*Cut*)


F Tyrrhenian Sea - Naples (*Fails*)


F Western Mediterranean - Spain(sc)


 


Germany:


F Baltic Sea - Denmark (*Bounce*)


A Berlin - Munich (*Dislodged*)


 


Italy:


A Apulia - Rome (*Fails*)


F Naples Supports A Apulia - Rome (*Cut*)


 


Russia:


F Black Sea Convoys A Rumania - Ankara


A Galicia - Rumania


F Kiel Supports A Prussia - Berlin


A Prussia - Berlin


A Rumania - Ankara


A Serbia - Greece


A Silesia - Munich


 


Turkey:


F Aegean Sea - Ionian Sea


A Albania - Trieste (*Bounce*)


A Bulgaria - Serbia (*Bounce*)


F Ionian Sea - Tunis


F Smyrna - Aegean Sea


 


Builds/Disbands:


England - Build 1


France - Remove 1


Germany - Defeated


Italy - Remove 1


Russia - Build 4!


Turkey - Remove 1


 


Deadline: Next Deadline is Saturday, Sept 17th, 10PM EST (Sunday
Sept 18, 02:00 GMT)


 








 
--
"It's like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones
that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were. and sometimes you
didn't want to know the end because how could the end be happy? How could the
world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? But in the end,
it's only a passing thing. The shadow, even the darkness must pass. A new day
will come. And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer. Those were the
stories that stayed with you - That meant something. Even if you were too small
to understand why. But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know now. Folk in
those stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn't. They kept
going because they were holding onto something."
"What are we holding onto,
Sam?"
"That there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it's worth
fighting for."

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There are 4 Messages in this Thread:


DC 391 Fall 1903 (nemo_sed_mori) Sep 12, 09:27 pm

DC 391 Fall 1903 (nemo_sed_mori) Sep 12, 09:27 pm

DC 391 Fall 1903 (Blueraider0) Sep 12, 10:35 pm

DC 391 Fall 1903 (Githraine) Sep 13, 12:11 pm

There are 20 Threads in dc391:


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Russian EOG, DC391 (Githraine)

DC391: Germany end game (Blueraider0)

dc 391 end of game comments italy (FlapJack)

dc 391 end of game comments Britain (mjn82)

dc 391 end of game comments turkey (alfdog)

The Zombie Lords Revealed (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391 Spring 1904 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Winter 1903 Results (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391 Fall 1903 (nemo_sed_mori) [3 Replies]

DC 391: Spring 1903 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Winter 1902 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Retreat confirmation (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Fall 02 Adjud (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Spring 1902 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC391: Winter 1901 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: August 1901 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Fall 1901 - the age of chaos. (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: Spring 1901 (nemo_sed_mori)

DC 391: 24 Hour Warning! (nemo_sed_mori)

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