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RE: [FT] Campaign.

From: "Robertson, Brendan" <Brendan.Robertson@d...>
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 14:54:56 +1000
Subject: RE: [FT] Campaign.

On Tuesday, October 07, 2003 1:06 PM, Laserlight
[] wrote:
> > If any one is interested in using the FTJava play-by-email system
> for
> > campaign games, I'm willing to help out the GameMaster.  I know
> Roger
> > has expressed interest in such a project.
> I'd want to wait till the Tournament is over, but I'm at least
> theoretically willing to run a PAU vs IF campaign then.

You know, nasty thoughts are bubbling up over this.  I just finished
"War of Honor" again yesterday; using an email environment you can run
government as separate to the admirals.

Say with 4 players per side, each player is a fleet admiral or
for the actual combats.  Between them, they also divide up the roles of:
President, Minister of the Exchequer, Minister of War (Admiralty),
for Trade.

El Presidente directs policy "Take this system; build more ships".
Treasurer directs funds "200 MCr for shipbuilding, 10 MCr for security,
MCr for my pockets"
Admiralty directs ship dispositions "3 battleships to Yeltsin, 50
to Grendelsbane"
Trade minister juggles the building priorities "Construct 1 battleship &
cruisers this month, so we can build a superdreadnought next month".

It all depends on the background detail outside actual fleet operations
suppose (and fairly dedicated players).

'Neath Southern Skies

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