Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby iShine » 20 Nov 2010, 03:04

lannes wrote:If it helps, I think Kian was looking to take a recruit, so he might be willing to step in, or at least have someone else in mind.



yep, I saw that. I think he's going to take him.
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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby General Byng » 20 Nov 2010, 09:32

Ok so I'm it for Canada team 1. It works for me 'cause I have some extra free time for the rest of the year. Send me the games we need to be in.
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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby iShine » 20 Nov 2010, 19:35

General Byng wrote:Ok so I'm it for Canada team 1. It works for me 'cause I have some extra free time for the rest of the year. Send me the games we need to be in.


Alright, will do once I get on my desktop. (I'm on my iTouch right now.)
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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby HPWehmeier » 22 Nov 2010, 02:25

Hey guys, I am definitely interested in any sort of Team Canada competition, and would be happy to keep the bench warm. I am from BC. Please message me with anything applicable to my admittance, and keep me in mind for all future tournaments.

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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby MrPensive » 15 Feb 2011, 22:26

I'd be happy to keep the bench warm and take part in any future competitions. I'm writing from Winnipeg, the blessed heart of the country.
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Re: Diplomacy World Cup - TEAM CANADA

Postby iShine » 18 Feb 2011, 00:31

MrPensive wrote:I'd be happy to keep the bench warm and take part in any future competitions. I'm writing from Winnipeg, the blessed heart of the country.


that's great! If we ever need another player, we'd love to have you.
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