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 on: February 09, 2017, 12:00:07 pm 
Started by MollyMae - Last post by robert_guiscard
I've played about ~20 games tbf. Check your PM for re: playing a game on steam.

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 on: February 09, 2017, 11:40:31 am 
Started by MollyMae - Last post by MollyMae
I do primarily play as the USSR and yeah, I'm getting kind of bored with it.

I'd be happy to try it out against someone who's as experienced (or moreso) than I am. 

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 on: February 09, 2017, 11:30:47 am 
Started by robert_guiscard - Last post by robert_guiscard
New to Twilight Strategy, but I've been playing TS for about a year now, mainly in Steam form. This site has been such a great resource to me, and I'm looking forward to getting more into this game via the forum! I studied European history in grad school. Russia 1805-2000 was one of my minor fields, so this game is great. My major field was 17th-18th century French history, so I'm really looking forward to Imperial Struggle as well!

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 on: February 09, 2017, 11:26:06 am 
Started by MollyMae - Last post by robert_guiscard
Are you winning so much that you're getting bored of winning?

I play primarily on Steam as well. Even face to face now.

I play as the US about 95% of the time, and getting a little bored of winning myself. Just won my last game by getting 30 (!) in the scoring track vs AI USSR sometime in mid war. Do you mainly play as the USSR?

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 on: February 05, 2017, 01:36:29 am 
Started by MollyMae - Last post by MollyMae


Not really a game report, so I'm putting this here.  The way the scoring cards weren't coming out in the mid-war, I had a chance to dominate or control everywhere.  The US ended up being forced to play SE Asia scoring at the end of Turn 5.

Disclaimer: It is against the AI on Steam, which isn't absolutely terrible, but shouldn't put up much resistance against someone with more than a few dozen games under their belt.  I've only lost one game to the AI when I accidentally suicided (couped at DEFCON 2--and not forced) while multitasking.

Does anyone else play on Steam?  It's getting harder and harder for me to play over the table over the last year.

Molly

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 on: January 27, 2017, 04:08:02 pm 
Started by pietshaq - Last post by pietshaq
Yes, yes, an ahistorical troll :) Two concepts of this card:

1. A 4OP one-time neutral Late War event with the text:

Claim victory if you are losing by exactly 19 VPs.

2. A 2OP one-time USSR Late War event with the text:

Cancel NATO. "Tear Down This Wall!" is a USSR Event with USSR IPs in Mexico and operations in Central America instead of US IPs in East Germany and operations in Europe respectively from now on.

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 on: January 26, 2017, 02:24:18 am 
Started by metstotop333 - Last post by Jamepoison

I have read all of the information. It is very helpful here. Is knowledge that can be put into practice.

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 on: January 26, 2017, 02:24:09 am 
Started by dodger - Last post by Jamepoison

What is it to read the information into knowledge so too. I like it a lot because I'm not that good.

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 on: January 18, 2017, 03:46:32 pm 
Started by Michael Stryker - Last post by Michael Stryker
The 5th edition of the online TS World Championships will take place on May 20 and 21, 2017. The tournament is sponsored by GMT Games again with a free game for each of the 4 top finishers.

Matches will be played on Wargameroom (or Steam if both players agree). The 16 best players of Saturday will proceed to the final on Sunday. On both days players play at least 3 and at most 4 matches. Thinking time is 1 hour per player per match.

Past winners are Janusz Wójciak, Riku Riekkinen and Ziemowit Pazderski (twice). If you ever wanted to test yourself against the best in the world, then this is your opportunity!

Please check here for detailed information: https://unitedfriendseu.wordpress.com/ts-wc/

If anyone is unfamiliar with playing TS on wargameroom, don't let that deter you. I would be happy to help you get set up there and play a game--just post in this thread or send me a message.

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 on: January 13, 2017, 01:05:26 pm 
Started by pietshaq - Last post by Brainstrainer61
Friends, if the game is tied at 0 VP after 10 intense game-turns, acknowledging skillful plays from both players, then the best and fairest tie-break is the simplest.

Each player Rolls One Die, and High Roll Wins!  :o  :o

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