Star Wars Armies! --- Game ON ... SIGN UP now

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  1. SWBob Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 19, 2003
    star 4
    No, that would get too complicated. If you do that, then you have to up the needed to win.
  2. Kartanym Jedi Grand Master

    Member Since:
    May 23, 2002
    star 6
    You could just have a third tally 'kills' or something.
  3. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Reinforcements, Year 13:
    Bespin: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 110 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 12 3
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: 147 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: 140 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 110 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 140 - The Great Dessert Brothers
    Utapau: 94 47
    Yavin 4: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Transit: 80

    Score:
    1. Waru Warriors - 3 planets, 189 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 247 armies
    3. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 220 armies
    4. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planet, 186 armies
    5. Where are we again? - 2 planets, 287 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planet, 340 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    movement
  4. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Movement, Year 13:
    Bespin: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 110 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 12 3
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 110 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 140 - The Great Dessert Brothers
    Utapau: 174 47
    Yavin 4: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Transit: 287

    Score:
    1. Waru Warriors - 3 planets, 189 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 247 armies
    3. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 220 armies
    4. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planet, 186 armies
    5. Where are we again? - 0 planets, 287 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planet, 340 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Combat

    Okay, Chim, you should really consider giving me your orders a day in advance so they don't end up late
  5. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Combat, Year 14:
    Bespin: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 110 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 12 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 110 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 140 - The Great Dessert Brothers
    Utapau: 174 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Transit: 287

    Score:
    1. Waru Warriors - 5 planets, 189 armies
    2. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 220 armies
    3. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    4. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planet, 186 armies
    5. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planet, 340 armies
    6. Where are we again? - 0 planets, 287 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Reinforcements
  6. Tyi-Maet_Nefer Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 17, 2005
    star 6
    It looks like Waru is smashing, but in reality everybody has about the same amount of armies . . .
  7. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Sorry about the wait.

    Reinforcements, Year 14:
    Bespin: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 120 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 12 20
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 120 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 160 - The Great Dessert Brothers
    Utapau: 174 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: 1 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Transit: 287

    Score:
    1. Waru Warriors - 5 planets, 189 armies
    2. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 240 armies
    3. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    4. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planet, 186 armies
    5. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planet, 360 armies
    6. Where are we again? - 0 planets, 307 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Movement will be posted in three days because in two I'll be gone.
  8. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Sorry about the wait.

    Movement, Year 14:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 120 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 120 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 160 287
    Utapau: 174 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 15

    Score:
    1. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 240 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    3. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planets, 186 armies
    4. Where are we again? - 1 planet, 307 armies
    5. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 189 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 0 planets, 360 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Combat
  9. Onoto Jedi Grand Master

    Member Since:
    Oct 7, 2004
    star 5
    Interesting game. Obviously I can't participate in this go-round, but I'd love to play next time. Are reservations okay?;)

    As for commentary on the current game, I have to say that there's going to be some serious bloodshed when someone chooses to launch an invasion. Sooner would be better than later, I'd say, because those fortresses are only going to get bigger. Nobody appears to be in an exceptionally good position for an attack, so someone's going to have to roll the dice and hope that the other guy moves, too. *Gulp* It's space chicken.
  10. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Sorry about the wait.

    Combat, Year 15:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 120 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 200 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 120 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 97 287
    Utapau: 174 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 15

    Score:
    1. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 240 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    3. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planets, 186 armies
    4. Where are we again? - 1 planet, 307 armies
    5. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 189 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 0 planets, 297 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Reinforcements

    I'll make sure to put you in some reservations. ;)
  11. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Sorry about the wait. I've been busy with drama stuff but we're done with our shows now.

    Reinforcements, Year 15:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 130 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 220 50
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 130 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 97 287
    Utapau: 194 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 15

    Score:
    1. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 260 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    3. Internet Hate Machine - 2 planets, 186 armies
    4. Where are we again? - 1 planet, 307 armies
    5. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 209 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 0 planets, 317 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Movement
  12. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Okay, my iternet has been acting up, that's why I haven't been able to post. But the game is back on, with hopefully no distractions.

    Movement, Year 15:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 105 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 50 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 105 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 287 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Utapau: 209 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 50 217

    Score:
    1. Internet Hate Machine - 3 planets, 186 armies
    2. Where are we again? - 2 planet, 307 armies
    3. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 260 armies
    4. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    5. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 209 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 0 planets, 317 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Combat
  13. TheGuardianofArlon Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Feb 26, 2007
    star 6
    I have a question: Why can't the people choose their own team names?
  14. SWBob Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 19, 2003
    star 4
    Who said we couldnt?

    :confused:
  15. Tyi-Maet_Nefer Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 17, 2005
    star 6
    Exactly. They, uh, did choose their own names.
  16. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Yeah, those names look very, um, self-chosen to me. I didn't make em.

    Also, I'm not able to get the orders done now, my, internet has been quite screwy.
  17. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Combat, Year 16:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 65 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 105 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 50 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 105 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 287 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Utapau: 209 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 50 217

    Score:
    1. Internet Hate Machine - 3 planets, 186 armies
    2. Where are we again? - 2 planet, 307 armies
    3. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 260 armies
    4. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    5. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 209 armies
    6. The Great Desert Brothers - 0 planets, 317 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    reinforcements
  18. BartSimpson-SithLord Manager Emeritus

    Member Since:
    Jan 24, 2002
    star 5
    I'm quite certain there is an error in that combat update. As there was an error in the previous update. Of which I brought to your attention in the combat PM I sent. I should still have 100 armies on the board. Because otherwise they just magically disappeared and I don't recall any of my units making deals with Mephisto. You say that I have 317, yet I have none on the actual board and only 217 in transit. My combat order still stands, by the way.
  19. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Okay, I'm really sorry. I don't think that would have affected anyone else's orders for reinforcements, so those orders are still going up.

    Reinforcements, Year 16:
    Bespin: ripe for the pickin'
    Courascant: 20 65
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 115 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: ripe for the pickin'
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 controlled by Where are we again?
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: ripe for the pickin'
    Kashyyyk: 100- controlled by The Great Dessert Brothers
    Mustafar: ripe for the pickin'
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 115 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 287 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Utapau: 229 - controlled by Waru's Warriors
    Yavin 4: ripe for the pickin'
    Transit: 50 217

    Score:
    1. Where are we again? - 2 planet, 307 armies
    2. Imperial Armada - 2 planets, 280 armies
    3. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    4. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planets, 337 armies
    5. Internet Hate Machine - 1 planets, 136 armies
    6. Waru Warriors - 1 planet, 229 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    movement
  20. 21st Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Aug 22, 2007
    star 4
    Movement, Year 16:
    Bespin: 10 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Courascant: 152 65
    Dagobah: 71 - controlled by Internet Hate Machine
    Dantooine: 115 - conrolled by Imperial Armada
    Endor: 10 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Felucia: 80 63
    Geonosis: 20 60
    Hoth: 67 - controlled by Meat Eating Orchids
    Kamino: 10 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Kashyyyk: 100- controlled by The Great Dessert Brothers
    Mustafar: 10 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Mygeeto: 67 - controlled by Meat eating Orchids
    Naboo: 115 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Tatooine: 287 - controlled by Where are we again?
    Utapau: ripe for the picken'
    Yavin 4: 10 - controlled by Imperial Armada
    Transit: 229

    Score:
    1. Imperial Armada - 7 planets, 280 armies
    2. Meat Eating Orchids - 2 planets, 197 armies
    3. The Great Desert Brothers - 1 planets, 337 armies
    4. Where are we again? - 1 planet, 307 armies
    5. Internet Hate Machine - 1 planets, 136 armies
    6. Waru Warriors - 0 planet, 229 armies
    7. Light of Deliverence - 0 planets, 80 armies
    Combat
  21. Tyi-Maet_Nefer Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 17, 2005
    star 6
    21st is no longer hosting this game.

    Opinions wanted from anyone on the future of this game and what could be possible for the now. If all players involved in the current game could just post something, that would be good. I want to know how many of you stuck around.

    :D
  22. SWBob Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jun 19, 2003
    star 4
    well I'd like to keep going. I've got 229 men in transit and when they come out someone is going to have a very bad day. :p
  23. RX_Sith C&G Game Host

    Game Host
    Member Since:
    Mar 13, 2006
    star 5
    Well, I am still waiting as well, but as I have posted before, believe that maybe this is too disorganized. Maybe Risk would be easier.
  24. Onoto Jedi Grand Master

    Member Since:
    Oct 7, 2004
    star 5
    Risk seems to be the best model for message-board war game, since anything more complicated is probably too intricate for the format unless highly regulated and sophisticated. Risk is a simple, but fun game that could easily be transferred to this format. Just set it up so that certain planets can only reach other planets (Tatooine can only reach Naboo and Geonosis, for example), have the GM roll dice based on the number of armies, and you've got a game.

    I'm not a player, but that's my two cents.
  25. BartSimpson-SithLord Manager Emeritus

    Member Since:
    Jan 24, 2002
    star 5
    I'm still here. And I think that this game would've gone fine if not for a few...hindrances.

    Sorry if I sound a little harsh here, but I'm going to speak my mind and I'm sorry if I come off sounding like a jerk. But 21st had several instances where he didn't follow orders the way they were written. I know a few times some people had to correct him. I also corrected him at least twice, once he took away 100 of my units. Now, this didn't affect my own strategy as I knew I had them on the planet. But it may have made someone choose a different planet or something. I also had problem with him accepting that I was correct when I told him about his mistake. He replied as if I was talking about units in transit when I had specifically stated that I was talking about 100 missing fleets that never moved. Maybe it was my fault for employing a difficult strategy of unit moves or something. Even now, as the board stands, there is an error in orders that I gave him. They just benefitted me so I didn't tell him about it. Yet who knows how many times that has happened? Also, when Chim(and others) were having problems understanding the way 21st updated, he never really explained it to him or anyone. So, simply put, this was a good idea and I had a lot of fun with it. I just don't think 21st was the right person for the job at all. With a better host we'd probably be done with this and talking about how much of a success it was.
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