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Starting map with units

PostPosted: 24 Sep 2011, 23:05
by Pedros
Just realised that one thing I haven't done is to post the starting map with units, so that's below. I've borrowed Malevolence's shields and ships from Italian Renaissance - hope you don't mindMalevolence, but I like them and they reflect the right period. English rosbif Red for England, French frog blue for France, and a purple colour for Burgundy - almost the only wine worth drinking! (A true wine colour might have been a bit close to England!)

I also haven't posted house rules, which are my standard ones, but I'm not sure Kian has played with them before. They'll be up tomorrow.

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Re: New game: "Hundred" - Full and starting

PostPosted: 25 Sep 2011, 11:35
by BoomstickS
I suppose I won't be bidding since I'm a reserve right? (Sorry, it's in the morning, not to bright atm :P )

Re: New game: "Hundred" - Full and starting

PostPosted: 25 Sep 2011, 11:40
by Pedros
Guess not BoomstickS. Heavy night was it? :mrgreen:

Re: New game: "Hundred" - Full and starting

PostPosted: 25 Sep 2011, 14:31
by BoomstickS
Maaaaaybeeeee :mrgreen:

Replacement France

PostPosted: 30 Sep 2011, 13:31
by Pedros
ninjaruler was forced to drop out before the game started. BoomstickS didn't respond to the invitation to replace him, so Stalin813 has it!

Re: Starting map with units

PostPosted: 12 Oct 2011, 03:14
by Malevolence
Pedros wrote:Just realised that one thing I haven't done is to post the starting map with units, so that's below. I've borrowed Malevolence's shields and ships from Italian Renaissance - hope you don't mindMalevolence
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Ha, just noticed this.

Rather put them to good use, they work for the time period quite well.

Good luck to everyone who is currently playing this. And remember that I forged every one of those shields with nothing but my bare hands........and a computer.

Re: New game: "Hundred" - Full and starting

PostPosted: 12 Oct 2011, 06:12
by Pedros
Thanks Malevolence - and apologies. Should have asked first!