Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 19th of September

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Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 19th of September

Postby coolcam262 » 17 Sep 2009, 21:39

Finally, the game has started!!!

Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders

Map:

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Deadlines: 48/48/24

Flexibility: Around 3 hours late

NMR Policy: If you miss 2 phases in a row you will be replaced with another player ASAP

Start Date: 15/09/09


Players

Feldspar Wales
Robert Gesualdo Middle England
Thor Highlands
FLJR Ireland
Drakarst East England
Warsmith Lake District
DOI Scotland

Orders due 19th September 16:30bst (GMT+1)
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby bizmark18 » 17 Sep 2009, 21:51

lovin this map =]
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby drakarst » 17 Sep 2009, 22:03

Is this Build Anywhere, or only build in home centers?
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby WarSmith » 17 Sep 2009, 22:24

I have an army in the north sea!!!!
I have floating tanks - none shall be able to stand against me ;)
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby ak47 » 17 Sep 2009, 22:29

WarSmith wrote:I have an army in the north sea!!!!
I have floating tanks - none shall be able to stand against me ;)

:lol: all glory to warsmith!
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby Robert Gesualdo » 17 Sep 2009, 22:32

Question on territory borders:

Do Oxford and Dover border?
Do London and Bristol border?
Do Cardiff and Southampton border?

I think that is all for now. Haha!

Good luck all.

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Governor of Oxford
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EDIT:

Furthermore: What of the Oxford, Birmingham, Cambridge, Don Cross?
Do they all touch? Or does Birmingham only touch Oxford and Don? O touch B and C? C touch D and O? Etc... etc...
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby WarSmith » 18 Sep 2009, 00:58

good question.. some inland water could help there, not sure if there is a decent lake feature that could be brought in to seperate one or two on the camb/don cross, but certainly I think that the Thames could be used to seperate dover from lon and oxford..
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby Robert Gesualdo » 18 Sep 2009, 04:20

WarSmith wrote:good question.. some inland water could help there, not sure if there is a decent lake feature that could be brought in to seperate one or two on the camb/don cross, but certainly I think that the Thames could be used to seperate dover from lon and oxford..


This makes sense to me; Coolcam, I am going to need an answer on all this before orders are due.
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby feldspar » 18 Sep 2009, 05:18

Yeah, I'd like to know too. It's kinda important to know just how easy to invade the capital of my country is.
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Re: Phase 1: Spring 2000 Orders Due 18th of September

Postby coolcam262 » 18 Sep 2009, 17:48

Robert Gesualdo wrote:Question on territory borders:

Do Oxford and Dover border?
Do London and Bristol border?
Do Cardiff and Southampton border?

I think that is all for now. Haha!

Good luck all.

Dr. Robert Gesualdo
Governor of Oxford
PhD in Kicking-Your-Ass

EDIT:

Furthermore: What of the Oxford, Birmingham, Cambridge, Don Cross?
Do they all touch? Or does Birmingham only touch Oxford and Don? O touch B and C? C touch D and O? Etc... etc...


None of them border each other, if it is on a corner they dont border

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