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need a replacement austria. has 6 centers, and no one is currently aggressive. italy, germany and england are fighting france, and austria is not under fire from either russia or turkey. good set up, and we'd like a replacement for the guy who JUST left.
Is this purely random when you sign on to a new game? I played by email before and you could set preferences for which power you wished to play at the beginning. There seems to be no such option here, or am I missing something? I'm wondering partly because I joined two games using a creaky old browser that didn't manage to load all parts of the interface.
I have heard that Mods have the power to force a draw in a game. Is this true? And if so, in a game where one or more major powers have CDed, basically throwing the game and all the players except one or two would like a draw and the one or two who don't are exploiting the CDed player, should a draw be forced?
You know you're playing too much Diplomacy when you start looking at chess from a Diplomacy standpoint. (Hmm... if I retreat my bishop to D6, do you think he'll get his rook out of the H-file?) Should I be afraid?
Hypothetical rules question, with no bearing on anything that has ever actually happened
If I were forced to disband my last unit because I was dislodged and had nowhere to retreat to, but still had a non home supply centre somewhere else on the board, would I count as being eliminated, or still in the game?
Disscussion of sustainable living, including food production, water (collection and filtration) electricity (generation) etc. basically doing things for yourself without the help of government/private companies etc.
@killer yeah I wondered that. Avalanche do you know the head honcho on playdiplomacy (boo, hiss) goes by the name avalanche too? Are you him here to steal more ideas? Did you decide your own site was too rubbish so came to play here? ;)