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Author:cbconnell
Posted:Jun 17, 2015 at 12:58 pm
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Welcome back... the press is at the bottom of the email after the results.

There was not as much bouncing as I expected! The only bounce this season was Turkey with itself!

Everyone did go out and grab supply centers this turn. Everyone gets at least one build.

Austria: Builds 1 unit.
England: Builds 1 unit.
France: Builds 1 unit.
Germany: Builds 2 units.
Italy: Builds 1 unit.
Russia: Builds 2 units.
Turkey: Builds 1 unit.

Winter builds are due on Wednesday, January 28 at 8:30 PM MST (03:30 29-1-15 GMT)

Movement results for Fall of 1901. (DC521)

Austria: F Albania - Greece.
Austria: A Serbia Supports F Albania - Greece.
Austria: A Trieste - Budapest.

England: F London Hold.
England: F North Sea Convoys A Yorkshire - Norway.
England: A Yorkshire - Norway.

France: F Brest - Mid-Atlantic Ocean.
France: A Burgundy Supports A Picardy - Belgium.
France: A Picardy - Belgium.

Germany: F Denmark - Skagerrak.
Germany: A Kiel - Denmark.
Germany: A Ruhr - Holland.

Italy: A Apulia Hold.
Italy: F Ionian Sea - Greece (*Fails*).
Italy: A Venice - Trieste.

Russia: F Black Sea Supports A Ukraine - Rumania.
Russia: A Galicia Supports A Ukraine - Rumania.
Russia: F Gulf of Bothnia - Sweden.
Russia: A Ukraine - Rumania.

Turkey: A Ankara - Constantinople (*Bounce*).
Turkey: A Bulgaria - Constantinople (*Bounce*).
Turkey: F Constantinople - Aegean Sea.

Unit locations:

Austria: A Budapest, F Greece, A Serbia.
England: F London, F North Sea, A Norway.
France: A Belgium, A Burgundy, F Mid-Atlantic Ocean.
Germany: A Denmark, A Holland, F Skagerrak.
Italy: A Apulia, F Ionian Sea, A Trieste.
Russia: F Black Sea, A Galicia, A Rumania, F Sweden.
Turkey: F Aegean Sea, A Ankara, A Bulgaria.

Ownership of supply centers:

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

Austria: 4 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 1 unit.
England: 4 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 1 unit.
France: 4 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 1 unit.
Germany: 5 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 2 units.
Italy: 4 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 1 unit.
Russia: 6 Supply centers, 4 Units: Builds 2 units.
Turkey: 4 Supply centers, 3 Units: Builds 1 unit.

The next phase of DC521 will be Adjustments for Winter of 1901.

Press

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Hiya,

Germany here. I am not very happy with you France, taking Burgundy like that!

I will forgive you if you move out of Burgundy. And don't bother going to Munich, I will cover it with Kiel.

And I am not happy with you either Russia, get out of Galicia or we will go to war!
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England to Germany: Please bounce Sweden and I will help you take Sweden with my army next year.
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France to Italy: Since we are communicating privately, let me repeat my offer of DMZ Pie and Gol, and no fleet builds in Rom or Mar. What do you think?
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Turkey to Russia: Ooh you little liar you! You screwed everything up last time, not me! You published my move suggestion on the message board!
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Mr Floppy to Squidgy: Come on in, the water's lovely!

Craig Connell
"Wars are, of course, as a rule to be avoided; but they are far better than certain kinds of peace" --Theodore Roosevelt

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DC521 Fall 01 Results with Maps and Press (cbconnell) Jun 17, 12:58 pm

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