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interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby charliep007 » 12 Dec 2014, 20:24

Hello fine classicist friends!

I'm wanting to give a few weeks notice to get a casual classicist game set up to start for hopefully the first week of January.

I'm leaning towards the 1900 variation with fog of war (no rank)

Possibly anon countries if those who sign up want to go for that (majority rule)

I'm looking forward to it already :-)
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby Alman » 12 Dec 2014, 20:27

What a facinating idea!

It just so happens that I have been longing for a 1900 map game in FoW. Subbed in one once and had a blast. What do you think about DIAS and Secret Ballot?

I'm in!
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby charliep007 » 12 Dec 2014, 20:36

My preference is always to dias if that is acceptable...

Fow intrigues me!
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby JonS » 12 Dec 2014, 21:57

Norank, FoW 1900 sounds perfect to me. Pencil me in, friend.
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby nanooktheeskimo » 12 Dec 2014, 22:15

Sounds like an...interesting game ;)

I don't think I've ever played FoW with full coms before, but I'd love to try. Count me interested :)
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby bonnieblue85 » 12 Dec 2014, 22:28

I'm interested. Depends when in January it is, though. I'm going away (hopefully!) Also, I'm going to be job hunting. Yay :roll:
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby Gavrilo Princip » 12 Dec 2014, 23:27

I was thinking about signing up, until I saw this thread and all the rascals who are already in my current 1900 game! LOL Run away! Run away!
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby jakofipa » 12 Dec 2014, 23:41

I'd be interested in this game, providing its 2/24/24 at fastest!

My last 1900 FoW game ended so terribly I am excited to see whether this one will go any worse!
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby Alman » 13 Dec 2014, 00:25

Gavrilo Princip wrote:I was thinking about signing up, until I saw this thread and all the rascals who are already in my current 1900 game! LOL Run away! Run away!


LOL!
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Re: interest for a classicist game in the new year?

Postby Wobbly » 13 Dec 2014, 15:13

Sign me up as another of the rascals.
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