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Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/10/2015 22:54:20


EternalBaconator
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This diplomacy game is a bit complicated, but not too hard to grasp. I've been mulling over the concept for a while and finally got to work. I'm not sure who will win the Russia conflict, so that's the main thing I'll be tweaking. It's set to a practice game because of this.
Important events:
Putin dies. Russia collapses into civil war.
Germany invades Greece because of total economic and political collapse in the country.
France withdrawals from the EU and creates a new alliance, the League of Europe.
United States invades Russia and occupies Cyprus as an advance operations base.


SLOTS
European Union:
D: Germany
E: Greece
F: Benelux Union
G: England
J: Nordic Union
L: Central European Concord (CEC)
N:Italy
Q: United Romanian Republics
AB: Poland
Y: Baltic Alliance

League of Europe:
A: France
B: Iberia
C: Confederation of Small Nations (CSN)
H: Ireland
I: British Cooperative
K: Sweden
AA: Finland
Z: Caucasus Republic
T: National Socialist Russia

Yugoslavic Pact:
M: North Yugoslavia
O: Coastal Yugoslavia
P: Eastern Yugoslavia

Miscellaneous:
S: United States of America and R: Democratic Republic of Russia are allies
AC: Turkey
W: Ukraine
X: Belarus
U: New Soviet Union
V: Russian Federation


STARTING WARS
Germany (D) vs. Greece (E)

Russian Federation (V) vs. New Soviet Union (U), USA (S), Ukraine (W), Democratic Republic of Russia (R), National Socialist Russia (T), France (A), Caucasus Republic

New Soviet Union (U) vs. Russian Federation (V), USA (S), Democratic Republic of Russia (R), National Socialist Russia (T), France (A), Belarus (X), Baltic Alliance (Y), Ukraine (W)

USA (S) and Democratic Republic of Russia (R) vs. Russian Federation (V), New Soviet Union (U), France (A), National Socialist Russia (T)

France (A) and National Socialist Russia (T) vs. USA (S), Democratic Republic of Russia (R), Russian Federation (V), New Soviet Union (U)

Ukraine (W) vs. Russian Federation (V), New Soviet Union (U)

Belarus (X) vs. New Soviet Union (U)

Finland (AA) vs. New Soviet Union (U)

Caucasus Republic (Z) vs. Russian Federation (V)


RULES
1. Wait one turn after declaration to enter orders (declare turn x, attack turn y, attacks happen turn z)
2. No aiding PEs (gifting territories, not attacking for a long time)
3. Alliances between two nations must be announced in public chat
4. Wait one extra turn after declaring when declaring on an ally
5. No nations not involved in the Russian Civil War at the start of the game can declare on any nations currently in until they withdrawal from the war or win it.
6. A nation can join a large alliance at will, but it must be with permission of the alliance's leader (EU: Germany | LE: France | YP: No single leader) and it must be in public chat.
7. A nation does not have to ask permission to leave a large alliance.
8. No other large alliances can be formed than the beginning three.
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/10/2015 22:56:36


EternalBaconator
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Here's the game link
https://www.warlight.net/MultiPlayer?GameID=9437875
Join when you've read the rules
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/10/2015 23:11:52


huzaifa
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good map good game good scenario this is awesome!
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/10/2015 23:15:04


Жұқтыру
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When each Soviet leader died/resigned, Russia did not collapse into Civil War, and it was not the death of Nikolai II that began the civil war. India did not collapse when Indira Gandhi was killed, nor America collapse when Martin King II was shot.

And these were killings, not deaths, so you think that death of a far less controversial figure would catalyse collapse?

Also, Belarusian Republic owns Gomel, Mogilyov and Vitebsk, Finnish republic owns, as name suggest, Finnish Karelia.

Kavkazian countries will never be united for more than a year, see 1918 Transkavkazian Democratic Republic.

Edited 9/10/2015 23:19:00
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/10/2015 23:51:19


EternalBaconator
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Yo, this is actually set a decade or two in the future. That's why many groupings of countries are semi-arbitrary and the names are made up. My fault for not specifying that.
If you want to debate about the current Russian Federation and its precarious state of union, we can, but now that I cleared the chronological aspect up we don't have to.
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 00:17:38


Major General Smedley Butler
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As everyone knows, when John F Kennedy died the US spiraled into a civil war.
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 00:21:41


EternalBaconator
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You guys going to join the game or just complain -_-
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 01:38:37


HKyoumaⓄHououinH 
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Wasn't that George Washington @Smedley Butler?
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 03:50:25


Жұқтыру
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Yo, this is actually set a decade or two in the future. That's why many groupings of countries are semi-arbitrary and the names are made up. My fault for not specifying that.


Well, Putin is kind of old, assuming he still rules 10+ years from now (not an ambitious assumption, but pretty possible), you still have Transkavkazia problem (they're not going to unite permanently).
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 03:52:50


Major General Smedley Butler
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Everyone knows when your leader dies your country has a civil war. That's why the British are holding onto that old woman.
Semi-Complicated European Diplo (Beta Test): 9/11/2015 10:42:01


EternalBaconator
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@Жұқтыру, I didn't invent the politics of the uniting of all these nations - I left that to the players to decide if one country had forced them all to join or if it was an equal alliance, and also how tightly bound together they are - are they more confederacy style, or do they have a single government? I hope it'll make for a more interesting game.
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