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Just throwing this out there for those who might be interested, but I've started posting commentaries for completed games on Youtube. The channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/Triumvir412. If you've been in a game with me, or just like looking at completed games for whatever reason, feel free to check it out and comment.
Just in time for Halloween--angels and ministers of grace can't defend us now, something is most CERTAINLY rotten in the state of WebDip! All ye who click the link abandon hope...step right up and into Hell as Dante judges you and sends you to HELL!!!!!! :D
Do any other "business professionals", persay, play Diplomacy? If so, what's your favorite method of economic analysis? Where do you see the world going in the next decade? How are you working to keep your skills up to date?
I'm working on a curriculum for my AP World History class with a friend and it's my job to come up with resources covering Asia from 8000bc to 1450ad. I've found pretty much everything I need except for resources regarding Middle Eastern History. Do any of you know of good books that give a historical survey of the region in the time period I'm looking at? They can be online articles or books it doesn't matter.
So...Remember that "Star Trek Variant Map" I Brought Up Before?
I mentioned this summer that I'd like to try and work out a map for the Star Trek universe, with the Federation, Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians, Dominion, Borg, and maybe one other race (some said leave it at six with those powers, some suggested one more race to make the usual seven) as the powers, the planets as centers/"land," and space/wormholes as the "sea" spaces. So...bringing that up to speed...
I have a question concerning the rules of cutting support. Here's the hypothetical situation: I have an army in Belgium and a fleet in the North Sea. Germany has an army in Holland and an army in Ruhr. Germany orders Ruhr to Belgium supported by Holland. What happens if I convoy my army from Belgium to Holland via the North Sea? Does it cut the support or is it the same as if I attacked on land (i.e. Germany takes Belgium anyway)?