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I already got fed up with: http://goondip.com/board.php?gameID=275 because you would need so much time to make strategies, and talk with players. So I do not feel like starting another mania game. Although this one seems more normal.
Yes, I suppose the related question would be if this game will "count" in ratings or not. For the variant testing on goonDip, gilgatex started up a WWIV variant map, but then canceled it out after a few turns because he made it clear that it was for testing purposes only.
- This game won't be canceled (not unless something very serious and unpredicted happens, which is quite unlikely) - Ghost-ratings statistics are up to TGM - I'll be changing the profile to have a table which displays stats by variant, with a total, so the viewer can decide whether they want to consider variants
As a member of the exclusive Dip-vets group ACD (Academy of Creative Destruction), i'd invite you to check their website and read my thread and invitation contained below (http://olegrumpy.net/ACD/ACD_main.html)
I have a complaint of my own. In a recent game, I attacked Vienna when I meant to attack Venice. That was annoying as well as my ally was none too happy about it. Can you rename one of those two cities to something that starts with a 'B' or a "Z'? Say Be Nice or maybe Zienna?
Guys this is the freaking FOURTH time that I placed orders for Ion to Tun only to see my unit move to Gre instead. today I was staring at my orders for the last 30 minutes before the phase change ... and I KNOW I placed orders for Tunis. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. (gameID=17437)