Axis and Allies

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Hark » Sun 05.06.2007 11:01 am

It was fun. Valatunda's plane attack was magnificent (line 437). Until today I haven't seen so many planes together. :D

Wow, I checked MyGames and there is this new mystery game! Participants are (in no particular order): X, X, X and X. Oh, I forgot X! :D

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Sun 05.06.2007 2:01 pm

You were a real sport to stick around and take a beating like that. Hats off to ya.
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by keatonatron » Mon 05.07.2007 1:10 am

Nah, just stubborn.

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Mon 05.07.2007 5:21 am

Just for that I'm going to reveal who I am in the current game.

I am "x".
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Hark » Mon 05.07.2007 5:58 am

Stop fooling us. There are only capital Xs ;)

Can we bet on player identities? I have already some tips. :)
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by keatonatron » Mon 05.07.2007 6:19 am

Hark wrote:
Can we bet on player identities? I have already some tips. :)


Whoever's doing the best is probably Hark.

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Mon 05.07.2007 6:36 am

I just went to check in on the progress of the game and got the totally useless info that it is now X's turn. May I suggest that in future mystery games we all get different letters of the alphabet?
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Valatunda » Mon 05.07.2007 7:02 am

Mike Cash wrote:
May I suggest that in future mystery games we all get different letters of the alphabet?


That is a good idea. Maybe we could have the letters P, A, S, M and O?

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by keatonatron » Mon 05.07.2007 7:30 am

It tells you which country we're waiting on.

But yes, next time we have a mystery game I will use PASMO instead.

EDIT: I see what you mean. In the games list, it only shows the name of the player we're waiting for. You're too lazy to open the game to check up on it ;)
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Hark » Mon 05.07.2007 8:10 am

Valatunda wrote:
Maybe we could have the letters P, A, S, M and O?


Ok, I give up. What's the mnemonic?

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Mon 05.07.2007 8:53 am

keatonatron wrote:
It tells you which country we're waiting on.

But yes, next time we have a mystery game I will use PASMO instead.

EDIT: I see what you mean. In the games list, it only shows the name of the player we're waiting for. You're too lazy to open the game to check up on it ;)


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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Tue 05.08.2007 10:14 am

Just a note to say that Player X will be stuck at work Wednesday night and won't be able to log in again until Thursday evening.
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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by keatonatron » Wed 05.09.2007 6:13 am

Everyone stop playing until Thursday so we don't know which player X he is! :D

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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Mike Cash » Thu 05.10.2007 7:58 am

Hark wrote:
Valatunda wrote:
Maybe we could have the letters P, A, S, M and O?


Ok, I give up. What's the mnemonic?


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RE: Axis and Allies

Post by Valatunda » Thu 05.10.2007 9:01 am

The Mystery game started out as interesting, but now I am unsure. It feels empty.

It would be nice if more could join. Maybe we could finally have that ladder tournament.

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