Spring of 1905

28-players, four per country, with an anonymous rotation for who controls the country, played on the standard map. Created by Dunkelseele. GM: Dunkelseele. Game ended with no resolution.

Spring of 1905

Postby Dunkelseele » 11 May 2009, 18:04

Here we go.

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Austria
NMR - Gre Disband

Turkey
Build F Con

Russia
Build F StP(nc), A Sev

France
Build A Par

Player Group 3 Spring of 1905 Deadline: Wednesday at 10pm PDT (Thursday at 1am EDT, 6am BST).

Player Group 4 either Thursday or Friday.

Player Group 1 Saturday.

Player Group 2 Sunday.
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Re: Spring of 1905

Postby Paulus Toronto » 11 May 2009, 20:40

Hello Dunkelseele and all of the Q4 players. I have a question regarding disbanding and apologies if the answer is elsewhere in the rules, but just thought i'd ask the question here. First of all, I AM NOT AUSTRIA. But my question concerns Austria's NMR and subsequent disband. There was a choice i beleive between disbanding armies in either Greece or Alabania. Greece was chosen. How was it chosen? Is it just random? Is it partly punitive (which I completely appreciate)? Or is there an actual rule that dictates which unit is disbanded in a NMR.
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Re: Spring of 1905

Postby connect4 » 11 May 2009, 20:48

The rules do have a specific manner in which pieces are disbanded. If a country's in civil disorder (aka NMR'ed), you remove the unit furthest from the country (the definition of "furthest from country" is slightly argued, but usually involves moves to a home center). If there's a tie in this, you remove fleets before armies, and then you remove alphabetically. Some people play with the house rule of removing all non-SCs before SCs, but that's a house rule.

In this case, Greece is further from Austria's home than Albania, so that's why it was removed.
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Re: Spring of 1905

Postby Paulus Toronto » 11 May 2009, 23:34

That's exactly the kind of sensible answer I knew would be out there. Thank you very much.
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Re: Spring of 1905

Postby Dunkelseele » 14 May 2009, 18:09

NMRs have delayed us again, though I do take part of the fault on my own shoulders. My delays have likely caused others to check less often, and then miss their phase.

I am waiting on my EGs orders, and we will progress.
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