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Recent Posts

  • Download latest version 1.03

    New in this release

    Clan Politics has 3 stances, War (default), Neutral and Allied. This added over 1000 lines of code. Clan Politics is at the end of the turn for all Clans The Rebel Ikko Ikki are stronger, they get a spiritual capital in Kaga, that they will fight for. Historically they owned this province for just under 100 years!!! Rocky Shores, includes cliffs, that cannot be crossed by sea invasion and ship building. These are represented by a swirling sea image in the sea zone against a land territory. 40+ land-sea connections have been removed, because of Rocky Shores Removed Blockade Zones where a Sea Zone is all Rocky Shores

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    Can turn off the Random Territories and place them manually, so more historical in Map Option before the Game start Can turn off the Politics in Map Option before the Game start Can turn off the Rebels faction (Ikko Ikki and Wako/Pirates) by Unticking the Use Rebels faction before the Game start For those players who don’t like the maps bright colours, in game, View> Show Map Blends (Tick)
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    See post 1 for download link and more details and how to install.
    https://forums.triplea-game.org/topic/2984/sengoku-nippon-warring-states-official-thread

    @ebbe

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  • Thanks Roger I too thought at the end of turn was best but needed a second opinion.

    In the next release the Rebels will move a step closer to being a playable faction, they will have Kaga province as a Capital and more reinforcements appearing in Kaga. (Well they did hold it for almost 100 years)

    Im still not sure about making them a full political "player", leaving them as an enemy to all for now.

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  • @andrewthree As far as I researched, it is true. If there would be no war in 1914, they won't have a chance to win in the future.

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  • @rogercooper I wonder then why did they try to knock France out of war in the first 6 weeks of the war if their war games showed that it is impossible?

    Did they consider the original Schlieffen plan or Moltke's altered Schlieffen plan in ther wargames? Since Germany actually has never executed the original Schlieffen plan.

    Even if Germany didn't violate the Belgian neutrality, I am almost certain Britain would still join the war.

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