Diplomacy 1: Learner Game

Diplomacy is a strategic board game. Its main distinction from most board wargames is negotiation: Players spend much of their time forming (and betraying) alliances with other players. Set in Europe just before the beginning of World War I , Diplomacy is played by seven players, each controlling the armed forces of a major European power.
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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Fri Jan 30, 2009 1:51 am

Diplomacy 1 (Autumn 1905)

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY (Brennor)

A(Munich) s RUSSIAN A(Kiel)
A(Budapest) - Serbia Move Succeeded
A(Bulgaria) - Constantinople Move Succeeded
A(Greece) Stands
A(Rumania) Stands
A(Serbia) - Bulgaria Move Succeeded
F(Aegean Sea) s A(Bulgaria) - Constantinople
F(Eastern Mediterranean Sea) - Smyrna Move Failed

ENGLAND (3rd-I)

A(Holland) - Kiel Move Failed
F(Denmark) s A(Holland) - Kiel Support cut
F(North Sea) - Edinburgh Move Succeeded
F(Norway) - Sweden Move Failed, Dislodged to Skagerrak
F(Wales) - Liverpool Move Failed

FRANCE (Melvyst)

A(Belgium) Stands

ITALY (Amaris)

A(Paris) - Picardy Move Succeeded
A(Burgundy) - Ruhr Move Succeeded
A(Marseilles) - Spain Move Succeeded
A(Brest) Stands
A(Venice) Stands
F(Liverpool) Stands
F(Mid Atlantic Ocean) Stands
F(Naples) Stands
F(Tunis) Stands

RUSSIA (Vardaen)

F(Sevastopol) - Black Sea Move Failed
F(Baltic Sea) - Denmark Move Failed
A(Finland) s A(St. Petersburg) - Norway
A(Kiel) s F(Baltic Sea) - Denmark Support cut
A(St. Petersburg) - Norway Move Succeeded
F(Norwegian Sea) s A(St. Petersburg) - Norway
A(Sweden) s F(Baltic Sea) - Denmark Support cut

TURKEY (MadVlat)

A(Smyrna) Stands
F(Black Sea) - Constantinople Move Failed
F(Constantinople) - Aegean Sea Move Failed, Dislodged to Ankara


Autumn 1905 Adjustments:
A: Munich, Serbia, +Constantinople, Greece, Rumania, Bulgaria,
Budapest, Trieste, Vienna = 9; Gains 1.
E: Holland, Denmark, Edinburgh, London, -Norway = 4; Loses 1.
F: Belgium, -Brest = 1; Loses 1.
I: Spain, +Brest, Venice, Liverpool, Naples, Tunis,
Portugal, Paris, Marseilles, Rome = 10; Gains 1.
R: Sevastopol, Kiel, +Norway, Sweden, St. Petersburg, Berlin,
Moscow, Warsaw = 8; Gains 1.
T: Smyrna, Ankara -Constantinople = 2; Loses 1.
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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Fri Jan 30, 2009 2:08 am

A unit can still cut a support even if it is dislodged in the same round. (I looked it up in the manual.)

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Vardaen » Fri Jan 30, 2009 4:28 am

It made no difference really I gues, but just wanted to be fair just in case.

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Fri Jan 30, 2009 11:22 am

I was entering the orders into the software, and my almost three year old daughter was sitting on my lap (hitting happily at the keys) so I must have mistaken two provinces... Feel free to pm me if you see any mistakes in the future...

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by MadVlat » Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:45 am

...Tuktuk Flees!!!... Today official sources from within the Emir's own cabinet reported that the Turkish leader has fled the country. They also said that the defeated leader had emptied the royal treasury prior to his flight. Leaving the remnants of his once great army to defend his war torn lands and the poor to fend for themselves. Another claim stated that the Emir was last seen onboard a ship to the America's, where Tuktuk had always dreamed of opening up his own corner grocery store...
...And the stone of the earth and the wind in the sky bowed before the wisdom of the Ancient One...

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:00 pm

Builds/Disbands:
A: Builds A(Budapest).
E: Removes A(Holland).
F: None.
I: Builds F(Rome).
R: Builds F(St. Petersburg) nc.
T: Removes F(Black Sea).
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I have not heard from Bren. I assumed an A in Bud would be ok. PM me any changes please.

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Brennor » Sun Feb 01, 2009 12:28 am

Yeah, that build is ok with me, Grimbold. Sorry about that. Sick with Strep Throat. Was down for most of last week. Still sick, but at least no longer stuck in bed and away from site.
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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:31 pm

No problem. Hope you get better soon.

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:35 am

I found another play by post diplomacy site. Perhaps you want to have a look how they are doing it there. YOu can only view the maps if you are registered and logged in.
http://www.rpgrm.com/rmsmf/index.php?board=293.0

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Re: Diplomacy 1: Fall 1905

Post by Grimbold » Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:29 pm

Remember: Deadline is Tueday!

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