Spring 1866 Retreats

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Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Waterice man » 04 Jun 2009, 21:46

Early, but there was only one. Fall moves by Sun 07/06/09 3:00pm BST, 10:00am EST

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Turkey – Aardvark Army (point and laugh)
W.INDIAN retreat to NE.MONSOON

Brazil - Retsam
Coral retreat Tasman

Note: The Brazilian retreat isn't shown on the map, but it is in Tasman. Trust me :twisted:
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby ak47 » 04 Jun 2009, 21:49

points and laughs HAHA :P :lol: :D :) :mrgreen:
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby AardvarkArmy » 04 Jun 2009, 21:53

Why would anyone laugh? The mighty Turkish Navy did NOT retreat! They just turned back because they remembered they left their wallet on the bedstand back in port this morning!
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Waterice man » 05 Jun 2009, 00:04

Just realised - the deadline ought to be Sunday, not Saturday
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Flatley » 05 Jun 2009, 00:29

I presume that France and Brazil have signed a peace accord, thereby allowing them to share Coral in peace? If so, bravo! Those two nations prove to be a shining example to all of us!
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Retsam » 05 Jun 2009, 04:08

Err right... (I think this may be my first retreat of the game) I think my fleet also left it's "wallet" in Tasman.
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby raytheruler » 05 Jun 2009, 05:02

ak47 wrote:points and laughs HAHA :P :lol: :D :) :mrgreen:


its funny because turkey has the only retreat (assuming brazil and france still want to share the coral reef) and hes the largest player on the map. Talk about irony.
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby ak47 » 05 Jun 2009, 05:03

raytheruler wrote:
ak47 wrote:points and laughs HAHA :P :lol: :D :) :mrgreen:


its funny because turkey has the only retreat (assuming brazil and france still want to share the coral reef) and hes the largest player on the map. Talk about irony.


i don't think its ironic. its not the first time its happened this game ;)
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby raytheruler » 05 Jun 2009, 05:08

Still. Its the ONLY retreat. I find that a little amusing. (maybe ironic is the wrong word)
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby ak47 » 05 Jun 2009, 05:11

raytheruler wrote:Still. Its the ONLY retreat. I find that a little amusing. (maybe ironic is the wrong word)


amusing is a good word haha
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