Quadrophenia Ended

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.

Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Jaded Knight » 16 Aug 2009, 16:27

nickjb3 wrote:Italy- group 4


Hello alternate personality! Good to talk to you. Italy, Group 2

Congrats to all the winners!
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Julano » 19 Aug 2009, 00:21

France group 1. Well played Steppenwulf and TheChosen1!

About Austria...

I pushed into Piedmont in Spring 1903 after Chosen1's triple army build. We had a lot of armies and a very narrow gap to get them into Germany. Player 3 carried on into Tyrol. I didn't have another "proper" turn (I don't think, looking back) 'till fall 1905 when bohemia was blue and a French army in Munich, though I did plant the bohemian army in a retreat phase. I figured it might be useful/influential, stuck in the middle there.

In Spring 1907 only northern continent armies were left and I was able to move everything east while supporting Kiel to hold (holding up Russia and speeding French invasion of Germany, or so I hoped).
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Wellington » 19 Aug 2009, 08:53

Group 3 Turkey

It was frustrating watching some of my "alter egos" make moves that seemed unwise or irrational. I have a hard enough time in this game playing with a single personality in control. ;)
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Waterice man » 19 Aug 2009, 11:30

The real strike against Turkey was an interesting event - the previous player had alluded that way, so I followed on
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby TheChosen1 » 19 Aug 2009, 11:35

I cant remember that. :|
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby The Doctor » 20 Aug 2009, 23:50

I kept trying to push my fellow Russians towards a Juggernaut, since we'd at least have one ally, rather than being bombarded by everyone else on the board. That was until the other Russias finally overwhelmed and wiped away Turkey.
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Waterice man » 20 Aug 2009, 23:51

I suppose I was the one who made the stab, although I won't say I instigated it. That was player three.
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby Caffa » 21 Aug 2009, 19:59

England, Group 4.
My aim all throughout was simply to survive, particularly by playing the great powers off against each other. TheChosen1 was hard to use in this respect, given that previous Frances had already identified England as target numero uno and we had little to say to each other. At first, I survived in tandem with Germany, but when that failed, I stayed alive entirely by the good graces of Russia and the fact that no one wanted to devote two units to taking Liverpool.

I was still around for all of the game that I actually had a say in, but my country got pretty doomed before I could do much of anything with it. I misjudged Russia's peaceful intentions at the start, and that was my one big regret. The set of moves he suggested were perfect to allow him to easily take Norway and isolate me from Germany, the one other who might have helped me, but against all odds, he went through with his promise of support into Denmark. However, Germany(may I say his name?) was a good ally throughout, so my distrust of Russia may have been for the best. Too bad his alternate personalities hated my alternate personalities' guts.
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby nickjb3 » 27 Aug 2009, 19:58

Come now. Will no one else tell the general public who they were?
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Re: Quadrophenia Ended

Postby AlphaTangoEcho » 27 Aug 2009, 20:05

well, don't you know the people who were in your group?
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