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Subject:< New Variant: Dawn of the Enlightenment 
Topic:< Variants >
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Author:david_e_cohen
Posted:Feb 08, 2018 at 7:48 pm
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I will be running a play by email playtest of this variant, at the comparatively leisurely pace of one game year every two weeks.

If you are interested, email me at zendip18AToptonlineDOTnet. Please include a Power preference list, or let me know you have no preferences. Be warned, I want dedicated players, so if I don't know you, I may require you to provide evidence of your reliability.

This message is in reply to post 27839:

Its been a while since I have put a new variant out there, but I have a good excuse. I have been working on this brute! Its huge and has several unusual rules. Dawn of the Enlightenment is a global variant set in 1701, at the beginning of the Great Northern War and the War of the Spanish Succession. It has several Powers with possessions stretching around the world while others are compact, half strength units outside Europe, high seas provinces to foster fluidity on the map, and variable victory criteria so that smaller Powers have a reasonable chance of winning.

It is on a temporary homepage, http://davidecohen.wixsite.com/diplomiscellany, since I am having a bit of trouble editing my main website. Please take a look. I would love to get comments, suggestions and criticism.

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New Variant: Dawn of the Enlightenment (david_e_cohen) Jan 23, 09:53 pm

New Variant: Dawn of the Enlightenment (david_e_cohen) Feb 08, 07:48 pm

New Variant: Dawn of the Enlightenment (david_e_cohen) Feb 10, 07:34 am

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