Gunboat Question

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Gunboat Question

Postby Waldmagier » 23 Nov 2020, 18:47

I'm quite new in this forum and i have question concerning a gunboat game. Is it allowed to use the draw proposal function to indicate a potential alliance. For example (names changed) is it allowed that Turkey makes after the first round a draw prposal for Turkey and Russia obviously indicating that he wants an alliance with Russia in a game where every communication is forbidden. Thanks in advance for your comments.
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Re: Gunboat Question

Postby WHSeward » 23 Nov 2020, 22:32

OP moved as it is not a cheater report.

Answer to OP: if the game provides for draw proposals, they are allowed. And yes, they are often used to convey information.

If game creators/players don't want that, choose DIAS and private voting options to reduce the ability to communicate with draws.
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Re: Gunboat Question

Postby Custer » 25 Nov 2020, 01:31

Or to convey false info. Be careful grasshoppa.

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