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Forum: Mémoire 44 - Fédération Française
 Topic: Open de Belgique : J-3 : last minute
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Re:Open de Belgique : J-3 : last minute Thu, 02 October 2014 00:09
Valentin de Ramillies écrit le Wed, 01 October 2014 22:54

Endicott écrit le Wed, 01 October 2014 22:51

Titanos écrit le Wed, 01 October 2014 18:38

Ptits pains au chocolat et croissants seront aussi en vente au bar de l'open dimanche matin!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

La grande question est : Par qui ? Twisted Evil


Ça commence par W, ça se termine par Y et c'est marié avec un gnome qui se prend pour un titan...

Ou alors c'est moi !

Mariée avec celui qui en a une 'tite en os ? ou toi ? ... ok j'ai choisi Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

[Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 00:10]

      
Forum: Memoir '44 - English
 Topic: A quick question about Finish Ski Troops and SWA
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Re:A quick question about Finish Ski Troops and SWA Thu, 02 October 2014 01:12
Dree wrote on Wed, 01 October 2014 16:51

Just played it, took me 70 minutes. I liked the scenario, some great elements in it. Ski troops are great, although the 'eavy weapons did counter their speed ability, takes away the hit n run tactics. Finnish finished the battle 7-3. With a great last round

Great scenario, thanks man!


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4pOIldVq256S2FtVjM2MHk1ZU0/edit?usp=docslist_api


Thanks Dree! I'm glad you liked it. I'm working on another Winter War scenario now. I'm doing the historical research now to see what more I can learn about the battle.


      
Forum: Small World - Deutsch
 Topic: Frage Hexenmeister
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Re:Frage Hexenmeister Thu, 02 October 2014 11:34
Hallo zusammen ich bin zwar neu im Forum, spiele aber SW schon länger.
Leider muss ich gleich mit einem riesen Post starten, weil der Hexer bei uns immer wieder für kleine Auseinandersetzungen sorgt.

Also wenn ich den Satz:
,,Einmal pro Runde und Gegner können ihre Hexenmeister ein einzelnes, gegnerisches Plätchen durch eines ihrer eigenen....",
wörtlich nehme, dann schneiden sich bei mir 2 Dinge, die hier im Forum immer wieder genannt werden.

- Einmal pro Runde heißt für mich, wenn ich mit meinen Hexern drann bin, kann ich einmal in dieser Runde meine Spezialfähigkeit benutzen.

- Einmal pro Gegner heißt, dass ich es nur einmalig an einem Gegner (nicht Rasse) anwenden kann.

Der ganze Satz ist mit einem "und" verknüpft, also müssen beide Bedingungen zutreffen.

Dazu ein Beispiel:

Ein Spiel mit 4 Spielern, erste Runde.
Spieler A, B und C haben bereits eine Rasse- Fähigkeitskombo gewählt, nun kauft sich Spieler D die Hexer (Fähigkeit gerade egal für das Beispiel).
Spieler D(Hexer) erobert Gebiete und will nun seine Fähigkeit an Spieler A anwenden (dieser hat z.B. die Zwerge).
Die Bedingungen dafür sind gegeben (ein einzelnes Zwerglein auf einem angrenzenden Feld zu den Hexern).

Damit hat der Hexer-Spieler in diesem Zug EINMAL seine Fähigkeit benutzt und dies bei Spieler A.

Könnte er nun seine Fähigkeit in diesem Zug an Spieler B und C anwenden?
Wenn ja, warum wiederspricht dass dann seiner Fähigkeitenbeschreibung, dass er das ja nur einmal pro Zug darf?

Wenn ich mir die Englische Beschreibung durchlese ist es genauso undeutlich:

"Once per turn, per opponent..."

Wenn es so ist, wie ich es lese, heißt das, dass die Hexer bei 4 Spielern maximal dreimal ihre Fähigkeit nutzen können und dadurch auch nur 3 Einheiten in 3 Runden bekommen und danach die Fähigkeit nutzlos ist.
Selbst wenn meine Gegner neue Rassen bekommen, darf ich die Fähigkeit dann nicht mehr anwenden, da es ja heißt pro Gegner und nicht pro Rasse.
Verglichen mit den Skeletten wäre das sehr schwach, meiner Meinung nach.

Vielleicht kann mir da jemand helfen und es mir erklären.
Danke schon einmal im Voraus Very Happy

      
 Topic: Small World Realms Regelfragen
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Re:Small World Realms Regelfragen Thu, 02 October 2014 12:02
Hiho,

1. Die Flussmarker sollen bei eigenen erstellten Spielen oder bei bestimmten Szenarios im Handbuch zu realms helfen, lange Flüsse zu unterteilen, wenn die Flussregel aktiv ist.

Beispiel dazu:
Das Szenario aus dem Realms Buch auf Seite 14 (das Leben ist ein langer, aber gar nicht so ruhiger Fluss). Wenn hier der Fluss nicht unterteilt wäre, könnte ein Spieler, der den Fluss von Feld X erobert einen Gegner auf Region A erobern. Durch die Marker geht dies aber nicht.

1a. ja, du grenzt sie voneinander ab, kannst also nicht über diese Grenze im Fluss. Innerhalb dieser Grenzen gelten aber noch die Flussregeln. (siehe hierzu auch das Beispiel von oben: wenn ich Gebiet D erobere kann ich entweder in den oberen Fluss und von da aus die Gebiete X und O erobern, oder in den unteren Fluss und Gebiete H, I, Q und W erobern.

1b. Theoretisch kann man auch ein Meer unterteilen, wenn man das möchte...

2. ich würde ja und ja sagen, sonst wären nur wenige Spieler in der Lage da hin zu kommen. Wobei du recht hast, die Anleitung schreibt sonst recht deutlich vor, ob die Flussregeln für dieses Szenario gelten.

3. Nachdem sich die Monster in diesem Szenario vermehren, entsprechend der Summe auf der gewonnen Goldmünze, können ja auch die Monster angreifen. Deswegen ist der C Teil der Mine auch stärker umkämpft und somit auch ein 4. Plättchen dort.

Ich hoffe ich konnte dir weiterhelfen.
      
Forum: Les Aventuriers du Rail - Jeu de société - Français
 Topic: NC 2014 - Le Bulle'tin des Pétillants
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Re:NC 2014 - Le Bulle'tin des Pétillants Thu, 02 October 2014 00:28
Les amis Italiens cette semaine !!


CHAMP-ITA
Knock - Chiroubles vs TA LOCA
Zil - Bergerac vs ITA Dandee
Doc - Pignolo vs Qorlas
Maskaride - Vouvray vs ITA Barbarnaud


TATATTATATAAMMMMMMM

CHAMP CHAMP CHAMP CHAMPAAAAAAaaaagneeeeeeee !!!!!

J ai édité mon post , le CSA , garant de la droiture et des traditions , m a rappelle a l ordre !
C est de ma faute, réflexe de White , j ai cru qu on pouvais être Fun dans les posts....Mea culpa Very Happy

[Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 10:04]

      
 Topic: NC 2014 - La gazette des reds
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Re:NC 2014 - La gazette des reds Thu, 02 October 2014 01:39
Bravo les gars, bien joué !!!

TA TA TAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
      
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Re:NC 2014 - La gazette des reds Thu, 02 October 2014 02:26
Sysyphus - Pommard écrit le Wed, 01 October 2014 22:50

Tu viens pleurer par email pour que je fasse un compte rendu détaillé et, toi, tu nous ponds une demi-ligne !



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Re:NC 2014 - La gazette des reds Thu, 02 October 2014 05:23
Le programme du tour suivant :

Elric - Sancerre vs TIC U 31
toutoune - Morgon vs TIC U 32
Davidb9 - Mercurey vs TIC wasdenn
Deveric - Vosne Romanee vs TIC Beka

Constant est encore tombé sur une de ces dames
      
 Topic: NC 2014 - Ta ka poster ici
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Re:NC 2014 - Ta ka poster ici Thu, 02 October 2014 01:20
A vous de gérer Wink

TAKA-ITY
ITY tempest0 vs Taka Lautre La tâche
ITY BalduvianHorde vs Taka Enix - Pouldsard
ITY Bendite vs Taka Nicolas21
ITY SuperPello vsTaka Goupil Hermitage


TAKA-RUS2
Taka Lautre La tâche vs RUS Alexkey
Taka Enix - Pouldsard vs RUS IL2T
Taka Nicolas21 vs RUS Megasiv
Taka famillesm vs RUS CMEPTb
      
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Re:NC 2014 - Ta ka poster ici Thu, 02 October 2014 12:12
Match contre Pello : Lundi 21h30
      
 Topic: horaire et résultat N.C. 2014
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Re:horaire et résultat N.C. 2014 Thu, 02 October 2014 12:14
Superpello vs Goupil
Lundi 6 21h30
      
Forum: Memoir '44 Online - English
 Topic: Western Front Tournament Logistics
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Re:Western Front Tournament Logistics Thu, 02 October 2014 13:19
Our next scenario, 'First Day at Arracourt' is on the SFTF page. If John and Jeroen could give me their reserve unit placement it would be appreciated. Also, John can set the lineups.

Is there any word on the substitute for our last battle? If we get everything done on Arracourt before it is played, we will move on and come back to it later.

Eric
      
Forum: T2R Competitive Play - English
 Topic: NEW Euroleague Season 1 Division A
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Re:NEW Euroleague Season 1 Division A Thu, 02 October 2014 01:13
lirex vs Sysy : 3-3

Messed up in game 5, had the chance to win. Tie sounds like a good result.

Thx Tim !
      
 Topic: NC 2014 - Group C: schedule & results
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Re:NC 2014 - Group C: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 04:34
UEG Schwen wrote on Wed, 01 October 2014 16:11

MAD vs. UEG

onyx vs. Schwen 3:3

thx for the series and grats for the draw in game 4 Wink

Always fun to play you Schwen, and game 4 was the one pivotal game, with me guessing wrong on LA, but then getting lucky draw. Otherwise did you notice we would have finished at my prediction from Monday. Confused

[Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 04:35]

      
 Topic: NC 2014 - Group A: schedule & results
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Re:NC 2014 - Group A: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 07:10
TuS-VDL

Ur-Spock vs TrainTrain-de-Tchou-les-jours
TuS Sookie vs Chachagounouche
TuS Rocketblizzard vs Thf5
TuS White Train vs Louis_le_Poète
      
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Re:NC 2014 - Group A: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 12:13
Superpello vs Goupil
Monday 6th 21h30

      
 Topic: NC Fantasy Results
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Re:NC Fantasy Results Thu, 02 October 2014 13:34
sorry, that I'm impatient: Are these results not supposed to come weekly?
      
 Topic: Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 00:44
With the help of Wojciech Radomski, I give you my analisys of Game2 - European Map..
Let me know if I'm wrong.

My bad camera photo cause bad light:
http://www.marcopellini.it/images/eumap.jpg

Rebuilt by Wojciech Radomski (accurate 100%)
http://www.marcopellini.it/images/game2.jpg


Red (SouthAfr): 12 turns for claim + 22 turns for getting 47-4 cards + 1 gallery failed = 35 turns of play

Green (Poland): 13 turns for claim + 1 station + 21 turns for getting 45-4 cards (one wasted for station) = 35 turns of play

Yellow (Italy): 12 turns for claim + 1 station + 1 more tix + 21 turns for getting 45-4 cards (one wasted for station) = 35 turns of play

Blue (Nederland): 13 turns for claim + 2 stations + 1 more tix (start 3 then +2) + 20 turns for getting 44-4 cards (three wasted) = 36 turns of play. A magician.


Marco
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:08
Who started the game ?

[Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 01:19]

      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:11
Hi Marco,

None of the tunnels required any extra card?

Sara
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:18
Last round can be only of green or red. Check wagon remainings.
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:22
CAT-suburu wrote on Thu, 02 October 2014 01:11

Hi Marco,

None of the tunnels required any extra card?

Sara


Nice question.
For me no, I did only one and no more cards.
I remember one gallery requested 2 more cards. I check with Poland guy and come back.
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:29

Last turn 99% green . Checking.




[Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 01:31]

      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 01:37
Do you know the turn order and which player started?
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 02:25
It is hard, not to say impossible, to draw conclusions from a multi Euro board especially with incomplete information.
Best is to focus on the 2 US 2-players to not add confusion.
      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 03:19
I was the german participant in the world championship. I also want to thank Days of Wonder and Asmodee for organizing it. All the things surrounding the tournament(dinner, hotel, venue) were very good and I had a great time.

But the world championship itself was not organized so good. They wrote in the description that they want to find the best Ticket to Ride player in the world. I think they could have done much better at that. And I'm not talking about the controversy surrounding the dutch player right now.

First I should not have won the german championship. I'm not that good. But the format had a high luck factor as we only played three 4-player rounds with random seating. And it favoured offline players, because 2 of the 3 variants we played are not available online. We played 1910(mega), 1912(big cities with depots) and the new german map. If any of the participants of the german championship is reading this, I'd like to know how familiar you were with the variants we played.

That brings me to my next point: There were different maps/variants and player counts played at the regional, national and world tournaments. That probably resulted in the elimination of some very good 2p-us players who are not as familiar with the other maps.

My last point are the referees. It was good that there was a referee at every table, but as others said before they were not so good and had different standards. Some of them let us take the cards from the deck ourselves while others didn't let us touch the deck at all(which is probably the best way).
And at least some of the referees didn't even know all the rules.
In my first game the first time there were three open locos the referee shuffled the five open cards into the deck instead of discarding them. I didn't say anything, because I had not payed close attention and I thought that maybe the deck was empty. But the next time it happened I asked him what he was doing. Now the other players also noticed it and told him that he should have discarded the cards. He then called the main referee who told him the same and decided that we should go on playing, because we could not undo the mistake any more, because it was not clear which colours the open cards had.

I wanted to write something about Erwin, but I'm very tired right now, so I'll just write some short points:
- maybe we should ask him about that, he has an online account and told the swedish player his nickname
- I looked at the end result of the last game after I heard Angel talking about it and I agree that it seems that Erwin had more turns than Kenneth, but I would not accuse him of cheating unless all other possibilities(e.g. mistake by a referee, misremembering who started or the number of cards left at the end of game or if other player(s) took some open locos) are ruled out
- he seemed very calm, while Kenneth seemed very nervous => Erwin probably has more experience in face-to-face tournaments
- his clothes didn't seem out of place. They seemed to fit his personality. And he was not the only one wearing a suit that day


      
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Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 04:26
First, thanks Adrien for the message. If you need any help, dea1, Truckerteller and I (among others) can provide expertise ...

Thanks boloni for your report, and for your honesty...
It corroborates my view of the TTR World championship in general and sums up all what we pointed out in the forum some months ago about the format. Even better to have a testimony from an "insider" not part of our community.

I don't think the point is to give online players an advantadge over offline players.
To crown a TTR world champion, you need to offer a format that reduces the luck factor as much as possible.

You have several variables :

  • The format : 2p implies way less luck/randomness than multis.
  • The number of games : the more games you play, the more you design a trend of skills.
    3 multis is not enough. Best of 3 in 2p is not enough. Online, we start getting serious with a best-of-7, best-of-9 is better. (best-of-11 even better)
  • The maps : a player should be able to assess how well he does in a game. If no player knows where they stand at the end of the game, that means the map is worth nothing.
    I don't know the Deutschland map (I think it was published only in Germany) so I won't give an opinion about it.
    Mega USA and Big Cities Europe in multis = just go fiending. You might as well roll the dice. You can not assess how well you do before checking the final scores (unless you're totally dead).
    To assess the balance and the tournament value of a map, the map should be tested by a variety of skilled players.

    And yes, consistency in the format from qualifiers through finals and consistency in the judging seem to be a must and obvious...

    Looking forward to seeing you in our online tournaments !

    [Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 04:34]

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    Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 08:32
    @ Superpello

    Sorry, but you can't tell anything about a multi, and especially a europe multi, just by watching the map after the game.

    How many cards lost on tunnels (how can be sure) ? How many locos taken open ?

    And the map of the game you show is not good with what you said before in this thread : you wrote 2 times nederland ended first the game. And on the photos the Poland ended the game.

    Memory for that kind of game, especially if there is no reason at the beginning to try to remember every move, can't be so good as expected after that Smile
          
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    Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 08:37
    CAT-suburu écrit le Wed, 01 October 2014 21:56


    In any case, after some minutes of discussion the referees and DoW people just told that everything had been recorded



    Probably they were really thinking that and there was a misunderstanding with TTTv who only sent streaming but didn't recorder.

          
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    Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 09:59
    Knock - Chiroubles wrote on Thu, 02 October 2014 08:32

    @ Superpello

    Sorry, but you can't tell anything about a multi, and especially a europe multi, just by watching the map after the game.

    How many cards lost on tunnels (how can be sure) ? How many locos taken open ?

    And the map of the game you show is not good with what you said before in this thread : you wrote 2 times nederland ended first the game. And on the photos the Poland ended the game.

    Memory for that kind of game, especially if there is no reason at the beginning to try to remember every move, can't be so good as expected after that Smile


    1) Well, the purpose of this analisys is to help the work of DOW and checking if there are point of darkness. Starting from the finals 2p where Math seem to be wasted, we are trying to see if something is evident in the previous game. I agree with you that with a multi is not easy, but IMHO is an attempt to do. I do hope of your advices and contributions that I consider very wise, not of your criticals.

    2) Someone remember clearly one thing, someone other another thing. Piece by piece the puzzle becoming more accurate. With my post I ask to the community to help me. From Sara, Sylvain and Roald I've received advices and other things to analize. Really appreciated. And when we will have reached the perfection I do not have the expectation of having a document that will lead to anything, with no pictures I doubt that DOW will do nothing more. But I left the table with the feeling of being unlucky. It bothers me to have doubts that have only been naive. That's all.

    3) I'm here to bring my contributions to make DOW better organize the next event and not that DOW never organize it again. The event was fantastic and the effort to DOW amazing, my hope is that others in the coming years could experience my same wonderful experience.

    4) Returning to the analysis, the green has started and the green has ended. Confirmed this morning by Poland. Green has failed one time a gallery of 3 blacks. I (yellow) only did one gallery 6 oranges and I have not added cards. I drawed one loko by open draw. The reconstruction of my turns is quite simple. For Greens we should have all. For Reds and Blue there could be something more but not less turns played.

    [Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 10:18]

          
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    Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 13:09
    Sysyphus - Pommard schrieb am Thu, 02 October 2014 02:25

    It is hard, not to say impossible, to draw conclusions from a multi Euro board especially with incomplete information.
    Best is to focus on the 2 US 2-players to not add confusion.

    Why is this?
    I say lets try to check EVERY game Erwin played.
    In one game it might be some fault of the referee, but if we can prove that Erwin got additional cards in more games, only then we have proven that he cheated! Twisted Evil
          
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    Re:Impressions from Paris - Thx to DoW/Asmodee Thu, 02 October 2014 14:16
    ITY SuperPello écrit le Thu, 02 October 2014 09:59

    Knock - Chiroubles wrote on Thu, 02 October 2014 08:32

    @ Superpello

    Sorry, but you can't tell anything about a multi, and especially a europe multi, just by watching the map after the game.

    How many cards lost on tunnels (how can be sure) ? How many locos taken open ?

    And the map of the game you show is not good with what you said before in this thread : you wrote 2 times nederland ended first the game. And on the photos the Poland ended the game.

    Memory for that kind of game, especially if there is no reason at the beginning to try to remember every move, can't be so good as expected after that Smile


    1) Well, the purpose of this analisys is to help the work of DOW and checking if there are point of darkness. Starting from the finals 2p where Math seem to be wasted, we are trying to see if something is evident in the previous game. I agree with you that with a multi is not easy, but IMHO is an attempt to do. I do hope of your advices and contributions that I consider very wise, not of your criticals.

    2) Someone remember clearly one thing, someone other another thing. Piece by piece the puzzle becoming more accurate. With my post I ask to the community to help me. From Sara, Sylvain and Roald I've received advices and other things to analize. Really appreciated. And when we will have reached the perfection I do not have the expectation of having a document that will lead to anything, with no pictures I doubt that DOW will do nothing more. But I left the table with the feeling of being unlucky. It bothers me to have doubts that have only been naive. That's all.

    3) I'm here to bring my contributions to make DOW better organize the next event and not that DOW never organize it again. The event was fantastic and the effort to DOW amazing, my hope is that others in the coming years could experience my same wonderful experience.

    4) Returning to the analysis, the green has started and the green has ended. Confirmed this morning by Poland. Green has failed one time a gallery of 3 blacks. I (yellow) only did one gallery 6 oranges and I have not added cards. I drawed one loko by open draw. The reconstruction of my turns is quite simple. For Greens we should have all. For Reds and Blue there could be something more but not less turns played.


    Sorry Marco, nothing against you, just perhaps a hard translation from french to english to keep the idea that is in my head.
    I think it's hard to speak about proof just from the reminder of 2 or 3 people with so many possibilities as in a multi.

    If Michel the Belgian or Cat would talk about their games, with the pictures of the games at the end that we have on Erwin's twitter, it would be better I think.

          
     Topic: NC 2014 - Group B: schedule & results
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    Re:NC 2014 - Group B: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 04:17
    Rescheduled: Blubes;Koel

    2.30 PM EST on Thursday 10/2

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    Re:NC 2014 - Group B: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 08:55
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    ATN vs OmG: 0,0 : 0,0

    0,0 : 0,0 ... gnirlum vs OmG Patrick09
    0,0 : 0,0 ... Tinman vs OmG Schaffnerlos
    0,0 : 0,0 ... Menno vs OmG tigergirl_1990
    0,0 : 0,0 ... ATLeague vs OmG schnupferl


    Let's go West and fight with Ninjas Very Happy

    [Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 14:42]

          
    OmG Schaffnerlos
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    Re:NC 2014 - Group B: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 09:00
    OmG schnupferl schrieb am Wed, 01 October 2014 23:23

    I've faced Swiss cats and Austrian wolves .. I wonder what is yet to come .. - Perhaps American dinosaurs? Wink Cool


    ... hmmm ... seems to be something like a "leaguan" ... but wouldn't it be called a lizard then? Very Happy

    [Updated on: Thu, 02 October 2014 12:28]

          
    TIC Beka
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    Re:NC 2014 - Group B: schedule & results Thu, 02 October 2014 14:20
    Round Robin 4

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    RED - TIC
    Elric - Sancerre        vs TIC U 31
    toutoune - Morgon       vs TIC U 32
    Davidb9 - Mercurey      vs TIC wasdenn
    Deveric - Vosne Romanee vs TIC Beka
    
          
    Forum: Small World - Digital
     Topic: BUG - Asynchronous MP game invitations
    Mysterio
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    Re:BUG - Asynchronous MP game invitations Thu, 02 October 2014 14:27
    Yes, asynch invitations post-2.5 are extremely unreliable. If the invitations are, in fact, open for only a 30-minute or so window as Falkenstein stated, that was definitely not the case pre-2.5 and it needs to be fixed. Trying to form an asynch game with more than two human players is currently an exercise in frustration.
          
    Forum: Mémoire 44 - Français
     Topic: Open de Belgique: Inscriptions ouvertes !
    Chris Harlem
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    Re:Open de Belgique: Inscriptions ouvertes ! Thu, 02 October 2014 14:02
    Mise à jour des statistiques de l'Open qui débute dans 2 jours.

    Parmi les 100 joueurs inscrits, nous avons toujours 5 nations représentées.

    La France avec 53 joueurs inscrits,
    La Belgique avec 39 joueurs,
    Les Pays-Bas avec 6 joueurs,
    L'Italie pour la 2e année consécutive est présente avec 1 joueur.
    Enfin L'Allemagne pour une grande première avec 1 joueur.

    Coté individuel :
    Vandamme37 est le joueur français le plus régulier avec une 5e place en 2012 et une 3e place en 2013. Remportant un total de 38 points sur l'ensemble des 2 opens. Comme dit précédemment, une grosse pression sur ses épaules cette année, mais il ne faut pas espérer un éventuel relâchement de sa part.

    Côté belge, c'est Commandant Lemickey qui défendra sa place de leader avec respectivement une 4e et une 7e place pour un total de 36 points.

    Mais avec une différence de 2 points, une attention sera à apporter sur nos 2 amis dans la course de leadership.

    Cedroxx n'ayant pas répondu à l'appel, il quittera vraisemblablement le podium.

    Jeronimon domine avec ses deux participations et ses 21 points (25e et 65e place)

    Luigi tentera de faire mieux que sa 63e place et ses 9 points.

    Côté Equipe :
    Nous avons enregistré 20 teams qui regroupent un total de 64 joueurs.

    C'est donc une idée qui vous a séduit et nous nous en réjouissons.

    Pour le repas:
    Nous serons plus de 70 à partager la couvert. L'ambiance s'annonce plus que joviale.

    A samedi tout le monde...
          
    Antoine
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    Re:Open de Belgique: Inscriptions ouvertes ! Thu, 02 October 2014 14:35
    Ouééé ! \o/
    À samedi Smug
          
    Forum: Memoir '44 Online - Français
     Topic: WW44#9 : WWZ 2 L'attaque de Vladivostok
    Cambrone40
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    Re:WW44#9 : WWZ 2 L'attaque de Vladivostok Thu, 02 October 2014 00:42
    Enfin le match contre Généralstar a eus lieu

    Aller
    Cambrone4(Axe)/Général7star(Allié)-8/2-25/10-+1 objectif pour Cambrone40
    Une vraie déferlante les russes n'ont rien pues faire ,attaque de la gauche vers la droite en emportant tout sur son passage.

    Retour
    Cambrone40(Alliés)/Général7star(Axe)-7/8-30/26-+1 objectif pour général7star
    Partie difficile pour les japonais qui ont étaient en permanence sous pression russe et une erreur de mon adversaire avec ça carte infiltration qui me fait gagné 1 médaille supplémentaire a l'avant dernier tour.

    Résultat
    Cambrone40/Général7star-15/10-55/36-1 objectif chacun
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    Merci a Général7star pour avoir trouvé du temp pour notre partie ,désolé pour tous le monde.
          
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