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Hundred is a 3-player variant. Negotiations are intense and alliances can flip on a dime! Promises to be exciting!


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MapHundred  [Wiki]  [Stats]
Cur SeasonSpring 00
Next DeadlineSee adjudication
S. C.17
Start Date2012-04-10
End Date2012-06-05
Real-Life Time57 days
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| Blueraider0's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Burgundy Captain of the Watch Silver Star9sanjat312Survival 7 6 0 -9.85 1164.61
0 England Esquire Silver Star9pedrosSolo 9 6 0 21.73 1229.35
0 France Captain of the Watch Blank9bobbarkerfan1Survival 1 6 0 -11.88 1191.04

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We have a winner! Pete pulls through and conquers the divided continent. Scotland is under Burgundy control, and the Iberia peninsula is the last refuge of the French, potentially setting the scene for future conflict. Will Scotland retain its independence from England? Will the French fund an expedition westward to find a New World to conquer? Who knows! But for now, England proclaims victory over its neighbors. Well played, Pete!

Burgundy: F nth -> sco OK
Burgundy: A fla Holds OK
Burgundy: A dij -> par (Failed 2:3)
Burgundy: A dau Supports A dij -> par OK
Burgundy: A can -> dij (Fails because Dij to Par failed)

England: A tou Holds OK
England: A orl Supports A nmd -> par OK
England: A nmd -> par OK
England: F lon Supports A cal OK
England: A guy -> poi (Bounce w/ Poi 1:1)
England: A cal Supports A nmd -> par OK
England: F brt -> bis OK

France: A poi Supports A dau -> lim (OK, but unit supported not ordered to move)
France: A par Supports A dau -> orl Unit dislodged 3:1
France: A cas -> ara OK

Congrats to Pete on a nicely won victory. End of Game Statements are welcome and encouraged. I'm especially interested to hear what anyone has to say about the variant, itself.


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