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In my world history class, we're talking about Mongols and their impact on Eurasia. In this one excerpt from the Novogord Chronicles, the passage says that the Mongols demanded "give us your numbers for tribute." I was just wondering what the heck "numbers" is referring to. Thanks!
dragon con atlanta - any interest in a diplomacy game?
dragoncon.org for info on dates and location, etc.
they are not currently hosting a dip game, but having emailed the gaming director, it seems like getting one or two games going should be pretty easy. before i go any further, i wanted to see if there were any webdip members who might be interested in a face to face game at dragon con!
So, I really enjoy the World variant. I've played a couple full press and gunboat games, but have never tried a public press game. I personally think that such a game would be rather fun, with tons of potential for negotiation on a global forum.
If this doesn't start by morning, I need to drop out. I'm working my games down as much as possible for a sitter in may, and if this one doesn't start soon, I would rather not leave my mostly undeveloped nation with a sitter. I hope that makes sense. I'm not wholly coherent tonight.
May not everyone has a look into the older thread anymore. But we still need 2 players for our public press game with 48hours / phase and Anonymous players. You are in for 35 . http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=85693 Password is "unitednations"
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