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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Red John » 14:46:30 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

Does this forum not have sub-forums?

It's pretty important for things like the Warsaw Pact, I'd think.

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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Hussam_B » 16:03:07 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

I can see one for Comecon at least.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Huojin » 16:59:22 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

Red John wrote:Does this forum not have sub-forums?

It's pretty important for things like the Warsaw Pact, I'd think.

There's one for COMECON and one for NATO, but since Hussam and Luc are the only Warsaw Pact countries with players, MoO probably reckons they don't need a whole forum to themselves.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Red John » 17:17:06 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

Huojin wrote:
Red John wrote:Does this forum not have sub-forums?

It's pretty important for things like the Warsaw Pact, I'd think.

There's one for COMECON and one for NATO, but since Hussam and Luc are the only Warsaw Pact countries with players, MoO probably reckons they don't need a whole forum to themselves.


It's just that MoO wanted to be included in PM conversations, which is incredibly awkward and made me think that subforums just weren't a thing technically (which really confused me).

So there is, yeah, okay- thanks.

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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Hussam_B » 17:52:22 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

Just to double-check; A turn represents how much time passed?
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Huojin » 18:42:28 Tuesday, 18 April, 2017

Hussam_B wrote:Just to double-check; A turn represents how much time passed?

6 months. They're divided into Early 1967, Late 1967, Early 1968, etc... January to June, July to December.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Serenissima » 18:22:28 Wednesday, 19 April, 2017

In late 1967 the Malian government rejoined the Franc Zone to gain economic assistance from France, so I think that would count as French sphere for now.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Master of Oblivion » 06:57:17 Thursday, 20 April, 2017

India and Pakistan were added to the stats.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby lbj181 » 07:46:50 Friday, 21 April, 2017

Just checking, is the military unit in the player state represent only land units? Or it also represent Naval and Air units as well? If I wish to recruit Air Unit, do Air unit included in the same military unit number ?

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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Serenissima » 09:00:10 Friday, 21 April, 2017

lbj181 wrote:Just checking, is the military unit in the player state represent only land units? Or it also represent Naval and Air units as well? If I wish to recruit Air Unit, do Air unit included in the same military unit number ?


It's just an abstract representation of military deployment capability, I believe, in this game, covering all types. References to 'air units' in the rules are a remnant of different versions of the game.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby OYID » 22:04:35 Friday, 21 April, 2017

Yo, can I have like a day's extension? I've been dealing with personal stuff lately and I'm not sure that I'll be able to deliver by saturday, but I wouldn't want to miss the first turn.
Many thanks in advance. :D
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Master of Oblivion » 23:10:36 Friday, 21 April, 2017

Granted. The earlier you get it to me the next day, the better.
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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby Flamelord » 14:44:03 Saturday, 22 April, 2017

Small error in the stats. Nigeria has two 'Conflicts' sections, and one of those involves Restive Kurds and Balochs, which doesn't make much sense in Sub Saharan Africa.

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Re: OOC Stuff and Inaccuracies

Postby OYID » 01:37:50 Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

Turn finally fucking sent (sorry).
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