Fall 1902 Results

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Fall 1902 Results

Postby drrnwrstlr » 18 May 2012, 14:19

Well, sorry that this is so long after the deadline. I started out waiting a little while for the players who NMR'ed, and then my schedule got super busy (finals week is coming up in school :( ). Unfortunately, even after the extra long time, we still have three NMR's. I have heard that Cheesers52 has gone missing and hasn't been on the site in a while, so I am going to replace him for the next turn.

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Retreats:
Algonquin retreat MLN
Erie retreat Essex and Shi
Kaskasia retreat Pec
Ottawa retreat Perth

Algonquin(Elric Hazard)
Pet S Mwn - Per
Mwn - Per
Mln S NCh (Order does not correspond)
Mta – Kap

Erie(KnowForever)
NMR (#1)

Huron(Sheddy)
Alm MOVE Essex
Lake St Clair (LCL) SUPPORT Alm to Essex
Nile MOVE Sarnia
Sanilac MOVE Shiawassee
Cal MOVE Eth

Iroquois(Malevolence)
cussewago to ELE
massena to oneida
adi hold
ithaca to oswego
roc to tuscorora
seneca hold

Kaskasia(bluestreaksoccer)
Mus support Pec --> LaC (cut by Nem move Mus)
Pec --> LCR (Bounced by LCR Hold)
Keg --> Wae
Sus support Keg --> Wae
Oco --> NLM

Mississauga(diplofreak)
NMR(#1)

Ojibwe(heritikyl)
F Chq - Ont
F WLS S F Chq - Ont
A Cro - Chq
A Wae - Pec
A LCr S A Wae – Pec
A Nem – Mus (Bounced by Mus Hold)

Otawatomi(attitudes)
North Channel -> MLN
NLM -> North Channel
NLH s North Channel -> MLN
Saranac hold
SAG s SAN -> SHI


Ottawa(Cheesers52)
NMR (#1)
Perth Dislodged by Mwn move Per

Please get your orders in by the end of the weekend.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby asudevil » 18 May 2012, 14:51

Diplofreak is signing up as a reserve in almost all forum games. Please find out if he is still around, because I would hate for him to NMR in all the games he is signing up for (although most of them he is reserves)
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Sheddy » 18 May 2012, 15:06

One might almost say that KnowForever was Erie-ly quiet this turn.







I'll get my coat.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Sheddy » 18 May 2012, 15:14

On a more serious note, diplofreak did message me during the last turn (and tell me what his default orders would be), so I'm surprised that he didn't enter any orders at all. I still struggle to get my head round players not entering default orders each turn as soon as possible in any game, whether a site game or a forum game.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby heritikyl » 18 May 2012, 18:07

Sheddy wrote:One might almost say that KnowForever was Erie-ly quiet this turn.







I'll get my coat.


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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Sheddy » 18 May 2012, 19:58

When I make a pun, you know Huron to a winner.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby attitudes » 18 May 2012, 20:19

A PM to all the players with the results would be appreciated for those that might not visit the thread. I almost missed this.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Diplofreak » 19 May 2012, 06:20

I submitted orders a while back. The title of the message is IofGL Fall '02.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Diplofreak » 19 May 2012, 06:24

Ouch, nevermind. maybe I didn't submit orders.
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Re: Fall 1902 Results

Postby Diplofreak » 19 May 2012, 06:35

My apologies to everyone. It was a stupid mistake on my part for thinking I had my orders filled in when I titled one of my earlier ones wrong. I am still involved in the game.
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