Sengoku: 1570 Spring

The second run of Sengoku, where 8 players vie for dominance of feudal Japan. Created by Benjamin Hester, introduced to PlayDip by UpQuark. This run GMed by nanooktheeskimo. Upquark declared Shogun by GM after an agreement to end hostilities from Don Juan of Austria and Stalin813.

Moderator: Morg

Sengoku: 1570 Spring

Postby Nanook » 30 Sep 2017, 09:27

And we are off! Orders are due by October 4, 3am EDT/9am CEST.

1750 Fall.png
1750 Fall.png (45.08 KiB) Viewed 2533 times


Asakura Yoshikaga: GhostEcho
A Omi -> Tamba: Resolved
F Echizen -> Wakasa Bay: Resolved

Chosokabe Motochika: GPD
Iyo-Sanuki: Resolved
Tosa-Kii Strait: Resolved

Hojo Ujimasu: Don Juan of Austria
Army Sagami moves to Shimosa: Resolved
Fleet Izu moves to Sagami: Resolved

Mori Motonari: stalin813
F Nagato – Chikuzen: Resolved
A Iwami – Aki: Resolved

Oda Nobunaga: AngelEyesGBU
Army Owari to Mikawa: Resolved
Fleet Mikawa to Totomi Sea: Resolved

Shimazu Yoshihisa: UpQuark
A Sat – Hig: Resolved
F Osu – Hyu: Resolved

Takeda Shingen: UsernamePending
The glorious armies of Takeda march onward to glory!

In southern Shinano, our men grow restless and march into the nearby 'unoccupied' land of N. Shinano, claiming it for the Daiyamo! The men in Kai, with no real idea of where to go, join the ranks of the army in Musashi for the day.

S. Shinano M N. Shinano: Resolved
Kai S Musashi H: Resolved

Uesugi Kenshin: JonS
Fleet Echigo move Toyama Bay: Resolved
Army Kozuke move Shimotsuke: Resolved
Platinum Classicist
(h/t lordelindel)

Admin
User avatar
Nanook
 
Posts: 11173
Joined: 19 Jun 2014, 19:52
Location: Florida
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: (1209)
All-game rating: (1413)
Timezone: GMT-5

Re: Sengoku: 1750 Spring

Postby Big Gun » 30 Sep 2017, 22:08

Hey nanook,
This looks like a really cool variant. I particularly like the no-draws rule. I'd like to follow the progress of the game. Would it be possible for you to add the colour of the power next to its name for easier reference?
BG
User avatar
Big Gun
 
Posts: 287
Joined: 21 Mar 2015, 17:48
Location: Shropshire, United Kingdom
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: 1492
All-game rating: 2126
Timezone: GMT

Re: Sengoku: 1750 Spring

Postby Don Juan of Austria » 01 Oct 2017, 04:01

Big Gun wrote:Hey nanook,
This looks like a really cool variant. I particularly like the no-draws rule. I'd like to follow the progress of the game. Would it be possible for you to add the colour of the power next to its name for easier reference?
BG



That would, actually, make things easier. :) +1
"In everything, moderation". ~Aristotle
A proud member of the Whippersnappers,
Bronze Classicists,
Lancer in the PBF cavalry.

Mild Hiatus.
User avatar
Don Juan of Austria
 
Posts: 1239
Joined: 19 Feb 2014, 11:50
Location: South Africa, though given to travel
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: (1051)
All-game rating: (1148)
Timezone: GMT-5

Re: Sengoku: 1750 Spring

Postby Nanook » 01 Oct 2017, 09:03

Big Gun wrote:Hey nanook,
This looks like a really cool variant. I particularly like the no-draws rule. I'd like to follow the progress of the game. Would it be possible for you to add the colour of the power next to its name for easier reference?
BG

Sure, that's easily enough done! I'm putting the color in the name instead of next to the power though, feels more natural to me, and should accomplish the same thing.
Platinum Classicist
(h/t lordelindel)

Admin
User avatar
Nanook
 
Posts: 11173
Joined: 19 Jun 2014, 19:52
Location: Florida
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: (1209)
All-game rating: (1413)
Timezone: GMT-5

Re: Sengoku: 1750 Spring

Postby Don Juan of Austria » 01 Oct 2017, 13:57

nanooktheeskimo wrote:
Big Gun wrote:Hey nanook,
This looks like a really cool variant. I particularly like the no-draws rule. I'd like to follow the progress of the game. Would it be possible for you to add the colour of the power next to its name for easier reference?
BG

Sure, that's easily enough done! I'm putting the color in the name instead of next to the power though, feels more natural to me, and should accomplish the same thing.


Perfect. Thanks!
"In everything, moderation". ~Aristotle
A proud member of the Whippersnappers,
Bronze Classicists,
Lancer in the PBF cavalry.

Mild Hiatus.
User avatar
Don Juan of Austria
 
Posts: 1239
Joined: 19 Feb 2014, 11:50
Location: South Africa, though given to travel
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: (1051)
All-game rating: (1148)
Timezone: GMT-5

Re: Sengoku: 1570 Spring

Postby Agnimandur » 09 Dec 2018, 21:42

Apparently, Oda Nobunaga was the historical winner of this simulation :)
Have you ever watched the movie Cinderella backwards? It's about a woman who learns her place.

Liet Kynes in Dune Mafia
Christmas Enthusiast in Christmas Mafia
Willow Rosenberg in Fable 12 Mafia
Rupert Giles in Fable 13 Mafia
Agnimandur
 
Posts: 76
Joined: 13 Nov 2018, 23:30
Class: Ambassador
Standard rating: (965)
All-game rating: (964)
Timezone: GMT

Re: Sengoku: 1570 Spring

Postby Nanook » 10 Dec 2018, 08:27

Agnimandur wrote:Apparently, Oda Nobunaga was the historical winner of this simulation :)

Actually, Shimazu Yoshihisa won this game.
Platinum Classicist
(h/t lordelindel)

Admin
User avatar
Nanook
 
Posts: 11173
Joined: 19 Jun 2014, 19:52
Location: Florida
Class: Star Ambassador
Standard rating: (1209)
All-game rating: (1413)
Timezone: GMT-5


Return to Sengoku II

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest