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v4.9 Three-way Austria/Russia/Sweden


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Cur SeasonSpring 04
Next DeadlineSee adjudication
Result3-Way Draw
S. C.58
Start Date2015-03-03
End Date2015-06-04
Real-Life Time94 days
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Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
0 Austria Captain of the Watch Silver Star9AMTDraw 14 10 0 0 0
0 Denmark Captain of the Watch Blank9BaronVonPWNEliminated 0 10 1 0 0
0 England Nobleman Blank9EmperorvaskiSurvival 3 10 0 0 0
0 France Artisan Blank9naraicAbandon 3 6 1 0 0
1 France Countryman Blank9LeifkjetilSurvival 9 0 0 0 0
0 Poland Captain of the Watch Blank9diplomacyworldEliminated 0 10 0 0 0
0 Russia Artisan Blank9DipGerardDraw 14 10 0 0 0
0 Spain Captain of the Watch Silver Star9MDemagogueSurvival 5 10 0 0 0
0 Sweden Captain of the Watch Silver Star9Wladimir7Draw 14 10 0 0 0
0 Turkey Artisan Blank9manofkentEliminated 0 10 0 0 0

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I'm afraid I got the orders for F GOL and F TYS wrong. So the below adjucation and maps are corrected. Thanks, Mark, for pointing that out.

I also noticed that F Morocco's order was illegal. It cannot support to Sahara because it may not move there. Therefore, the unit simply holds.

At least there are no longer any DP orders for me to mess up. Those I recheck very thoroughly since nobody can examine what I've done. Unit orders - obviously - not so much.


Hi guys,

what happened this fall? A quick summary:

Austria: The Emperor has further consolidated his hold over Italy. The Franco-Spanish war has certainly produced a winner in Vienna.

England: So Cromwell - enjoying Russian support - did indeed go papist-bashing on the emerald isle. He has also invited the Swedes into England. Perhaps they'll be instrumental in taking London back. But guests sometimes do overstay their welcome...

France: Marseille... Tuscany... These are sore losses and especially the Spaniards at Marseille might prove particularly irksome. The Most Christian King at least hold now sway over Madrid. I suppose the Spanish court's prized art collection is on its way to the Louvre.

Russia: Morocco was lost, but arguably cannot be denied the Tsar for much longer.

Spain: I suppose her year might have ended in a worse fashion. In any case, tougher times yet seem to be on their way.

Sweden: Landing in England might lead to the Swedes wanting their share of the english pie. Bounces in Eastern Europe? Same old news.

The draw proposals failed, yet the three-way is again on the table. So let's have your votes! The deadline's this coming Thursday, our winter deadline.



AUSTRIA: Andrew Tanner
DENMARK-NORWAY: Patrick Cloutier (eliminated Winter 1653)
ENGLAND: Andras Vaski
FRANCE: Leif Kjetil Tviberg (joined Winter 1651)
POLAND-LITHUANIA: Douglas Kent (eliminated Winter 1650)
RUSSIA: Gert Petter
SPAIN: Mark Utterback
SWEDEN: Wladimir Mysonski
TURKEY: Max Victory (eliminated Winter 1651)

PRESS: None.

GAME END Proposals:
The three-way draw involving Austria, Russia and Sweden and the four-way including France both are voted down. The three-way proposal remains however on the table and is again subject to a vote.

F Adriatic Sea - Naples
A Cracow Hold
F Croatia - Adriatic Sea
A Franconia Supports A Swabia
A Hesse Supports A Swabia
A Hungary - Transylvania (*Bounce*)
A Naples - Papal States
A Papal States - Lombardy
A Saxony Hold
A Silesia Supports A Saxony
A Swabia Supports A Hesse
A Tyrolia Supports A Papal States - Lombardy
A Wallachia - Transylvania (*Bounce*)

F Irish Sea - Ireland
F Scotland Supports A Christiania - Yorkshire

F English Channel Convoys A London - Brest
F Flanders Supports F English Channel
A La Mancha - Madrid
A London - Brest
A Lorraine Supports A Switzerland
A Luxembourg Supports A Rhineland
A Rhineland Supports F Flanders
A Switzerland Supports A Tuscany - Savoy
A Tuscany - Savoy
F Yorkshire - London

F Black Sea - Constantinople
F Caledonian Ocean Supports F Irish Sea - Ireland
A Egypt - Sahara
F Ionian Sea Supports A Karaman - Candia
A Karaman - Candia
A Moldavia Hold
F Morocco Hold (*Dislodged*)
A Moscow Hold
F Strait of Sicily - Algiers
A Tunis Supports F Strait of Sicily - Algiers
A Vitebsk - Pskov (*Bounce*)
A Volhynia - Black Ruthenia (*Bounce*)

A Aragon - Marseille
F Cantabrian Sea - Atlantic Ocean
F Gulf of Lion Supports F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tuscany
A Sahara - Morocco
F Seville Supports A Sahara - Morocco
F Tyrrhenian Sea - Tuscany

F Baltic Sea Supports A Brandenburg
A Brandenburg Supports A Lower Saxony
A Christiania - Yorkshire
F German Sea Convoys A Christiania - Yorkshire
F Helgoland Bight Supports F United Provinces
A Holstein - Mecklenburg
A Lower Saxony Supports F United Provinces
F Norwegian Sea Supports F German Sea
A Riga - Pskov (*Bounce*)
A Stettin Supports A Brandenburg
F United Provinces Supports A Lower Saxony
A Warsaw - Black Ruthenia (*Bounce*)

Minor Powers:
F Candia Hold (*Disbanded*)

Russian F Morocco can retreat to Barbary Sea or Cantabrian Sea.




Build (if F Morocco disbands)



SC OWNERSHIP (Winter 1653):
Austria (13): Bavaria, Belgrade, Cracow, Croatia, Papal States, Prague, Saxony, Swabia, Transylvania, Trieste, Venice, Vienna, Wallachia.
England (2): Bristol, Scotland.
France (10): Brest, Flanders, London, Lorraine, Marseille, Paris, Rhineland, Savoy, Switzerland, Tuscany.
Russia (12): Constantinople, Crimea, Damascus, Moldavia, Moscow, Novgorod, Persia, Tunis, Turkestan, Ukraine, Vilna, Voronezh.
Spain (7): Algiers, Ireland, Madrid, Morocco, Naples, Portugal, Seville.
Sweden (14): Abo, Brandenburg, Christiania, Copenhagen, Courland, Ducal Prussia, Holstein, Lower Saxony, Mecklenburg, Riga, Stettin, Stockholm, United Provinces, Warsaw.
Minor Powers (1): Candia.

Winter 1654 Retreats/Adjustments: 28 May
Spring 1655 Moves: 2 June
Summer 1655 Retreats: 4 June
Fall 1655 Moves: 9 June

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