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Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Needs Reserves)

PostPosted: 15 Aug 2020, 02:04
by Antigonos
sroca wrote:
Antigonos wrote:The rules say "The Andes Mountains: Indicated by a darkened border, separating the western ridge of the continent from the interior. Units may not cross the Andes Mountains (like Switzerland) except at "passes," marked on the map by two small parallel lines with a normal (light) border between them. The Andes Mountains form the border between Cali and Popayan, and stretch all the way south to separate Valparaiso from Cordoba."

Just to confirmfor an oldman with less than wonderful eyesight I see seven passes. Also above it states that the Andes "stretch all the way south to separate Valparaiso from Cordoba." As I read the map the Andes extends a bit further to the border between Patagonia and Arauncanian. Am I wrong?

Antigonos


Yes. If necessary I can make them larger or change their color for our playthrough.

It mentions those two territories because those are the last ones that it separates. The remaining have bridges.

Got it. Thanks.

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Needs Reserves)

PostPosted: 15 Aug 2020, 15:34
by RolynTrotter
sroca wrote:
Antigonos wrote:The rules say "The Andes Mountains: Indicated by a darkened border, separating the western ridge of the continent from the interior. Units may not cross the Andes Mountains (like Switzerland) except at "passes," marked on the map by two small parallel lines with a normal (light) border between them. The Andes Mountains form the border between Cali and Popayan, and stretch all the way south to separate Valparaiso from Cordoba."

Just to confirmfor an oldman with less than wonderful eyesight I see seven passes. Also above it states that the Andes "stretch all the way south to separate Valparaiso from Cordoba." As I read the map the Andes extends a bit further to the border between Patagonia and Arauncanian. Am I wrong?

Antigonos


Yes. If necessary I can make them larger or change their color for our playthrough.

It mentions those two territories because those are the last ones that it separates. The remaining have bridges.


Santiago and Patagonia are separated, right? And Valparaiso/Mendoza? Those splits really matter from the first turn.

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Needs Reserves)

PostPosted: 15 Aug 2020, 15:50
by sroca
RolynTrotter wrote:Santiago and Patagonia are separated, right? And Valparaiso/Mendoza? Those splits really matter from the first turn.

Right.

Now that you mention this, I'm not sure why the description mentions Valparaiso and Cordoba... I'm going to default to how the map is actually drawn which has the separations that you mention.

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Full-needs reser

PostPosted: 23 Aug 2020, 17:57
by haroonriaz
Put me down as a reserve.

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Full-needs reser

PostPosted: 24 Aug 2020, 21:31
by sroca
haroonriaz wrote:Put me down as a reserve.

Will do. Join the discord if you want to spectate. I may have to mess around with the permission after you join so you can see the maps though.

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Full-needs reser

PostPosted: 20 Sep 2020, 15:44
by schocker
Am I too late? I was taking a break from Dip....

Re: South American Supremacy Recruitment - (Full-needs reser

PostPosted: 20 Sep 2020, 16:07
by sroca
schocker wrote:Am I too late? I was taking a break from Dip....
For this round. You'll have to catch the next one.

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