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New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War [Ended]

PostPosted: 10 Nov 2016, 03:39
by Fuddin
Hi everyone! I've made a new game for all Classicists!

123410. The Greater War
2 days for turns, 1 day for builds and retreats.
Ranked, and draws include all survivors.
Countries are chosen first come first serve.
PM me for the password!

:)

Re: New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War (1/7

PostPosted: 10 Nov 2016, 22:20
by Don Juan of Austria
I've PMed you. 8-)

Re: New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War (6/7

PostPosted: 18 Nov 2016, 21:52
by Foibleson
Forgive me for asking, but Fuddin are you a classicist yourself? This looks like a new account - 2 games on record so far.

Re: New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War (6/7

PostPosted: 18 Nov 2016, 22:14
by Don Juan of Austria
Foibleson wrote:Forgive me for asking, but Fuddin are you a classicist yourself? This looks like a new account - 2 games on record so far.


He's an aspiring classicist.

Re: New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War (7/7

PostPosted: 20 Nov 2016, 04:44
by Fuddin
Don Juan of Austria wrote:
Foibleson wrote:Forgive me for asking, but Fuddin are you a classicist yourself? This looks like a new account - 2 games on record so far.


He's an aspiring classicist.


Yeah, you can find me on the aspiring members list. Just to clarify, aspiring members can start games too, as long as they're specified to be casual and not strict classicist games, right?

Re: New Casual Classicist Game: 123410. The Greater War (7/7

PostPosted: 20 Nov 2016, 19:40
by Don Juan of Austria
Fuddin wrote:
Don Juan of Austria wrote:
Foibleson wrote:Forgive me for asking, but Fuddin are you a classicist yourself? This looks like a new account - 2 games on record so far.


He's an aspiring classicist.


Yeah, you can find me on the aspiring members list. Just to clarify, aspiring members can start games too, as long as they're specified to be casual and not strict classicist games, right?


Correct.



Existing members should note that the meaning of Strict and Casual when setting up Classicist games has been redefined. Strict games are those that only Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum members may set up or be admitted to. Casual games are those that additionally Aspiring members may set up or be admitted to.