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Some of you may remember me. its been a while but i got an email saying i should put together another webdiplomacy world cup. This forum is to see if there is indeed any interest in another one happening. Keep in mind i have not been on here in a while and honestly forget how i organized this before. Ghost, could you send me the information on the rules and etc?
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What would happen to the site if Kestas died? Would it erode away, it's unsolved bugs slowly making the game less enjoyable? Or is there some emergency protocol that will let the other mods take power?
I was wondering, is it possible to substitute a player into a game without needing to miss two phases to get a CD, but that's a long time in which the players entire game plan could get crushed as the players around him would take advantage. I know it isn't possible now, but would a mod be able to do it if needed? E.G. if a player leaves but doesn't want to ruin the game.
Hitting the registration page on either my browser or my smartphone gives me a blank page with only: "http://webdiplomacy.net/register.php?emailToken=5c9a2%7Cjimmccarthy%40sympatico.ca" Anybody else having the same issue?
I am Japanese. I do not know what significance the game of Diplomacy has in U.S.A or EU. In Japan, it is said frequently, without any evidence, that the game of Diplomacy is a somekind of textbook to learn politics or other branches in junior high or senior high school. Is that really?