Spring 2007 Results

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Spring 2007 Results

Postby The Sea People » 02 Jul 2009, 04:57

By request of Texas, here are the orders and map for this spring.

California:
A - Mis -- move -- Ark
A - Oka -- support -- Mis-Ark
A - Kan -- move -- Mis
A - Col -- move -- Kan
A - Fcr -- move -- Col
A - Neb -- move -- Dak
A - Iow -- support -- Neb-Dak
A - NMe -- hold
F - Colorado River -- move -- WSA
F - LA (rc) -- move -- Colorado River
F - Pan -- move – GoM (BOUNCE)
F - Mer -- move – Sat (BOUNCE)

Texas:
Rio Grande S Pan-GoM (CUT) (RETREAT)

Southeast:
A - Mry support NJ -> Penn
F - Key -> Sat (BOUNCE)
A - Ala -> Ten
F - SMS -> Ark (BOUNCE)
F - GoM -> Rio Grande
F - Hou support GoM -> Rio Grande
F - Loi - > GoM (BOUNCE)
A - Dal hold

Midwest:
Ill -> Wis
Min -> Dak (BOUNCE)
Ind -> Ohr (BOUNCE)
Eri S Penn H (CUT)
Penn H
Ohi S Penn H
WV S Penn H

Tri-State:
nj move pen (BOUNCE)
ohr support nj to pen (CUT)
nny move eri (BOUNCE)
erc support nj to pen

Map:
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I will send a map regarding Fall Orders.
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby trkertrsh » 02 Jul 2009, 16:27

[quote="The Sea People"]By request of Texas, here are the orders and map for this spring.

not sure why it was a big deal for you to post the orders. Last I knew that was part of the game if you dont want to GM appropriately maybe you shouldnt offer. Sorry to be a pain but i do like to see orders before i make my next move. Didnt relies that was a hard concept, sorry I put you out.
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby AardvarkArmy » 02 Jul 2009, 19:28

In fairness, this game has been twice as much work to GM as it should have been, because so many of the players have been slackers. Perhaps if The Sea People didn't have to spend all of his time following up, reminding, baby-sitting and rescheduling for 2, 3 or 4 NMR's virtually every turn, it would have been easier to keep up with a routine schedule and regular map posts. This game has been a "poster child" for how forum games should not be played...
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby trkertrsh » 02 Jul 2009, 23:57

that is true but i think everyone likes to see the moves before they retreat, not just get an email saying u need to retreat to here or here and this guy made u retreat.
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby AardvarkArmy » 03 Jul 2009, 00:24

I agree with you on the point -- of course you needed to see the map (and the rest of us would like to see it too). I just thought the tone was a little harsh for a volunteer GM who has had to "herd kittens" to keep this game alive...
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby Jaded Knight » 03 Jul 2009, 01:26

AardvarkArmy wrote:I agree with you on the point -- of course you needed to see the map (and the rest of us would like to see it too). I just thought the tone was a little harsh for a volunteer GM who has had to "herd kittens" to keep this game alive...


Loving the 2005 Superbowl commercial reference, nicely done. But the point was made very well by that. I think i speak for the rest of us when i say thanks for all your hard work keeping this game going and organized. Thanks!!!
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Re: Spring 2007 Results

Postby ak47 » 03 Jul 2009, 01:31

Jaded Knight wrote:
AardvarkArmy wrote:I agree with you on the point -- of course you needed to see the map (and the rest of us would like to see it too). I just thought the tone was a little harsh for a volunteer GM who has had to "herd kittens" to keep this game alive...


Loving the 2005 Superbowl commercial reference, nicely done. But the point was made very well by that. I think i speak for the rest of us when i say thanks for all your hard work keeping this game going and organized. Thanks!!!


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