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Come on y'all... Killer, flahs, cent, and myself are in the game. Who are the other three? I gave a few spares out in case someone couldn't make it and I had a few people say they just couldn't play, but there is still one ot two extra passwords given out beyond those that couldn't play.
Greetings. I recently got into a discussion with a friend about why Diplomacy (and many other strategy games, for that matter) are primarily played by men. I have yet to meet another female who actively plays this game other than myself, and would like to hear your thoughts on the subject. Men are welcome to post as well.
The Diplomatically challenged/noob league is officially a go. However, we are still open to more players with less than 200 total points. If we don't get the desired membership by september we will open up to players with less than 300 .
The rules: Post your move in standard chess notation. You must wait at least three moves before posting again(ie: if you move as white, someone else has to move as white before you can move again). Illegal moves don't count; stupid ones do
Russia quits when they are the largest power on the board. Austria's a total moron who has completely ignored the growth of a huge Turkey in order to persist in attacking Italy, and England is getting gutted like a sea bass because he wants to attack France and Germany simultaneously, while they're attacking each other. Yecch, this game sucks.
Trying to set up a face to face game with friends but we don't have a board and we'll likly have a hard time finding on. Is there a way to use a web site as the board? A way to have on admin input all the moves and have it play out?
Is there a website that will allow me have one person (an admin) to input all the nations moves and let it play out? That way I don't have to buy a board game and we don't have to deal with peaces getting moved. Anyother way to use a computer to manage a face to face game?
I've tried three gunboat games today, all of which have been spoiled by no-shows and cds. Frankly, I find it ridiculous that 3 games be ruined this way. If anyone is interested in doing it properly, I will create a 50 point buy-in game scheduled to start in 30 minutes. If you join, show up.