Spring 1866 Retreats

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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby AardvarkArmy » 05 Jun 2009, 07:58

Ah, Ruler Ray, I'm sure you'll "leave your wallet behind" soon enough. Did Mr. Lincoln enjoy the play?
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Waterice man » 05 Jun 2009, 12:33

The French Fleet should have auto-destroyed. My mistake
Why did the chicken cross the Möbius strip?

The word 'surrender' derives from old French
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Flatley » 05 Jun 2009, 16:45

Uh... the French fleet dislodged the Brazilian fleet, not the other way 'round. So far as I can tell, that fleet can retreat to Tazman.
The enemy's gate is down.

Don't go thinkin' you so bad jes cuz you was in SOLDIER.

We've always been at war with Eastasia.
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby AardvarkArmy » 05 Jun 2009, 17:58

At this time, I just want to interject:

KUDOS TO WATERICE MAN !!!

With something like 177 units to track, this must be the most challenging forum game ever hosted on this site...

ONCE AGAIN, GREAT JOB !!!
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Firestorm94 » 05 Jun 2009, 18:00

How about whoever wins gets the spaceship? :lol:
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby AardvarkArmy » 05 Jun 2009, 18:06

Great idea, Firestorm94! The conqueror of Earth gets a bonus planet!
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Waterice man » 05 Jun 2009, 18:22

K - next question, does Retsam wish to retreat to the Tasman Sea?
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby AardvarkArmy » 05 Jun 2009, 18:50

Retsam posted earlier in this thread:

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


Incidentally, it was also my first retreat -- welcome to the club, Retsam!
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby Waterice man » 05 Jun 2009, 20:49

Then the fleet can be assumed to be there
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Re: Spring 1866 Retreats

Postby raytheruler » 05 Jun 2009, 20:55

AardvarkArmy wrote:Did Mr. Lincoln enjoy the play?


Mr. Lincoln did enjoy the play. It ended in a coup. It was quite the plot twist. I enjoyed it most. :twisted:

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