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  • Imperial Dip 50: Spring 1873 Moves

    Well, nothing like eternally delayed moves! Being that MDR should be back soon and I could really only do this during the summer, I bid you all farewell for the moment, and give you my apologies. On the bright side, we might be getting a Diplomacy board in the COmputer Lab! That'd be fun...

    That said, if it comes that MDR has dissapeared fully and no replacement GM can be found, I'd be happy to try and do some kind of Sudden Death Overtime if a draw isn't likely. Also, a due date is kind of hard to set, but assuming MDR came back tommorow, hopefully the moves should be ready, at the latest, a week from today (next Saturday the 21st). This is up to MDR, though.

    Rally behind the Virginians! There stands Gen. Ruff like a stone wall.

    "I hate the chinks. Every last one of them." (Stolen from a certain
    honorable U.S. Senator) REPEATED ON PURPOSE. I wish this guy had been our
    President.

    Once again then glorious Mexican navy has to rid the seas of the filthy Dutch.

    Total number of British units holds a slight edge over total amount of teeth
    in an average British mouth.

    Recent polls in Mexico asked, "How do you get a one-armed Turk out of a
    tree?"
    Common Answer, "Shoot him."

    Mexican Waltzes are a true treasure. We hear that they refined the art after
    meeting up with a lass named Matilda down under.

    +++

    Viva Mexico!!! May your brave lancers dine on the bellies of the Chinese
    Emperor's daughters, as hs head rests on a pike.

    ++

    In their effort to build more junk fleets faster, China has taken to using
    tin plating. In the absence of real resources, they have little choice.
    Perhaps they'd have been better off to allow Great Britain to use the
    available resources. At least their ships present some form of an obstacle
    when attacked.

    ++

    Doesn't it figure that the greedy Turks were so jealous of the Chinamen's use
    of the the British whores, that they too have taken a liking to cheap and
    easy pale skinned European women. Typical.

    ++

    All hail mighty Austria!

    To British: Hold on to GRG and let those donkey boys in Turkey get it

    The Decadant Mexico and CSA shall pay for their greed and disloyalty"

    Spring 1873

    China (Defiant)
    A-PRM S A-GRG
    A-OMS S A-GRG
    A-ORN S A-GRG
    A-BKH S A-ORN
    A-KRA - KSL
    A-IRK - KRA
    A-YAK - IRK
    A-SEO - VLA
    F-KAM S F-SO.JAPAN - KURIL
    F-SAP S F-SO.JAPAN - KURIL
    F-EDO S F-SO.JAPAN - KURIL
    F-SO.JAPAN - KURIL
    F-IZU S F-PHILIPPINE
    F-CRL S F-IZU
    F-E.CHINA S F-PHILIPPINE
    F-FM S F-PHILIPPINE
    F-S.CHINA S F-CCH - G.SIAM
    F-CCH - G.SIAM
    F-SHA - YELLOW
    A-ANN - CCH
    A-TNK - SIA
    A-YUT HOLD
    A-BRM HOLD
    A-TIB S A-KSH
    A-KSH S A-BKH
    F-PHILIPPINE S F-IZU (*cut*)

    Mexico (Gerwald)
    1. F Westerlies s CSA F BERING - KURIL
    2. F Coral s CSA F EQ. COUNTERCURRENT - BISMARK
    3. F NZE - TASMAN
    4. F Tasman - QUE
    5. F QUE - Timor
    6. F PRT s F QUE - Timor
    7. F A. Pacific - Barrier
    8. F MAD s F A. Atlantic - Good Hope
    9. F W. Indian - NE Monsoon
    10. F A. Indian - W. Indian
    11. F Barrier - SE Trades
    12. A LPA - BRA
    13. A QTO - LPA
    14. A OLI - RDJ
    15. F M. Atlantic convoy A REC - OKN
    16. A REC - OKN
    17. A OKN - CNG
    18. F URU - Drake
    19. F LUZON - SUNDA
    20. A AGL - BOT
    21. A RHO s A AGL - BOT
    22. F A. Atlantic - Good Hope
    23. F CoArgentina s F RDJ - B. Current
    24. F SW Pacific - NZE
    25. F SGR - S. Atlantic
    26. F CYN - NE TRADES
    27. F SCT - SW Pacific
    28. F RDJ - B. Current
    29. F FLK s F URU - Drake
    30. F MAZ - GoCalifornia

    CSA (RUFFHAUS)
    A New Orleans - Atlanta
    A Bahamas -Tir
    F Sargasso Sea convoys A Bahamas - TIR
    F Canary Islands convoys A Bahamas - TIR
    A MDO supports A Bahamas -Tir
    A Ontario - hold
    F Cheasapeake - Hudson Bay
    F Hudson Bay - Northern Passage
    F Greenland supports F Hudson Bay - Northern Passage
    F Barents Sea - Norwegian Sea
    F Edinburg supports F North Atlantic Ocean - Dublin
    F North Atlantic Ocean - Dublin
    F Eastern Seaboard - North Atlantic Ocean
    F London supports F Nantes - North Sea
    F Nantes - North Sea
    F Bay of Biscay - Nantes
    A Paris supports A Bordeaux - hold
    A Bordeaux supports A Paris - hold
    A Toledo supports A Bordeaux - hold
    F Gibraltar supports F Strait of Gibralter - hold
    F Strait of Gibraltar supports F Gibraltar - hold
    A Azores Islands - hold
    F Northeast Trades - Eastern Carribean Sea
    A TIR - TWR
    A Sierra Leone - Monrovia
    F Cameroon- DMK
    F Gulf of Guinea convoys Mexican A Recife - OKN
    A Washington State - hold
    A Alaska - hold
    F Anchorage - North Pacific Ocean
    F Bering Sea - Kuril Trench (*bounce*)2:4
    F Western Pacific Ocean - Izu Trench
    F California Current - Hawaii
    F Hawaii - Equatorial Countercurrent
    F Equatorial Countercurrent - Bismark Sea
    F Bismark Sea - Celebes Sea
    F IJA supports F Bismark Sea - Celebes Sea
    F Luzon - Philliine Sea (*bounce*)
    F Mindanao supports Mexican F Luzon Strait - Sunda Sea

    England (the_orange1)
    F-Bor > Java
    F-Srw > Sunda
    F-Cmb S Chinese F-Cch > G.Siam
    A-Mls H
    F-Arabian > NE Monsoon
    F-Sey S F-Arabian > NE Monsoon
    F-Persian > Arabian
    A-Oma H
    A-Krc S A-Kas
    A-Kas S A-Krc
    A-Raj S A-Krc
    A-Mds H
    F-Oki S Chinese F-Philippine
    A-Grg H
    A-Stp S A-Liv > Fin
    A-Liv > Fin
    F-G.Bot C A-Liv > Fin
    F-Norweigan > Nor
    F-Den S F-Norweigan > Nor
    F-Dub > Edi (*bounce, dislodged, annihilated*)
    F-North S F-Dub > Edi (*cut, dislodged, retreat to: Skg, OTB*)

    Austria (HDS)
    A Vlc S Turkish F Mrc to Gb
    F W. Med S A Vlc
    F Lyon S A Vlc
    A Mrs to Par (*bounce*) 2:2
    A Metz S A Mrs to Par
    A Hol to Rou
    A Ruh to Hol (*bounce*)
    A Kie to Hol (*bounce*)
    A Pie to Mrs (*bounce*)
    A Ber to Stu
    A Sil to Bav
    A Prs to Sil
    A Vie to Ven
    F Crt to Adr
    F Adr to Sal
    F Crs S F W.Med
    A Mos S A Bku to Grg
    A Wrs S A Mos
    A Glc S Wrs
    A Bud to Vie
    F Tyr S F W.Med
    F Sic S F Adr to Sal

    Turkey (orange)
    1.A Ivc - Gcs
    2.A Trn -Moz
    3.A Ctn - Bot (*bounce*)1:2
    4.F M. Channel - Goodhope (*bounce*) 1:2
    5.F HoAfrica - M. Channel (*bounce*)
    6.F Ken S F HoAfrica - M.Channel
    7.F Som S F Red- HoAfrica
    8.F Red - HoAfrica (*bounce*)
    9.A Nej - Mec
    10.A Hdr - Nej
    11.F Bag - Hdr (ec)
    12.A Ban - Bag
    13.A Teh - Tbr
    14.A Afg - Ban
    15.A Khv - Teh
    16.A Bku - Grg (*bounce*) 4:4
    17.A Sev S A Bku - Grg
    18.A Rmn - Sof
    19.A Sof - Con
    20.F Con - E.Med
    21.A Ang - Syr
    22.F Black S A Bku - Grg
    23.F Tun - Alg (*bounce*)
    24.F Alg - Mrc (*bounce*)
    25.F Mrc - Gb (*bounce*)
    26.F Ionian - Tun

    Holland (George of Orange)
    F NGu H
    F E. Indian H
    F Mld H
    F GoMannar H
    F Timor H (*dislodged, retreats to: Java*)
    All syllogisms have three parts.
    Therefore this is not a syllogism.

  • #2
    Here's the Spring 1873 map:

    http://www.geocities.com/ruffhaus8/IMPERIAL/S1873.gif

    As always, please check for accuracy.
    What is best in life? Crush your enemy! See him driven before you. And to hear the lamentation of his women.

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    • #3
      In making the map, I ran across these items, which aren't errors, just clarifications.

      * CSA F Western Pacific Ocean - Izu Trench (fails 1v2)
      * English F Sarawak - Sunda Sea (bounces 1v2 with Luzon Strait)
      * Mexican F West Indian Ocean - Northeast Monsoon (bounces 1v2 with Arabian Sea)
      * Mexican F Antarctic Indian Ocean - Wwest Indian Ocean (bounces with West Indian Ocean)
      * Turkish F Ionian Sea - Tunis (bounces with Tunis)
      What is best in life? Crush your enemy! See him driven before you. And to hear the lamentation of his women.

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      • #4
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