HOF V3 - Age of Heros

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  1. eric_A

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  2. Cyc

    Cyc Looking for the door...

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    Sent! :)
     
  3. eric_A

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    E of Bordeaux:
    BC destroys road
    2 FBB and 2 BC all miss Italian army

    Near Naples:
    B17 shot down by fighter
    B17 destroys road
    2 B17s redline FD
    B17 RR->road

    E of Salzburg:
    B29 damages border guard
    B29 RR->road
    2 B29s miss
    2 shot down by flak
     
  4. eric_A

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    Game over
     

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    Cyc, Look if your civ problem is quickly fixed then by all means play your turn! I just suggested you ask Eric only if your problem is not fixable in a reasonable amount of time like a few days.

    Any progress with the problem?
     
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    SO the Axis were the victors! Has that happened before Eric? Did the game allow for additional play?

    So where does HOF go from here Eric?
     
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    Congrats to all and good job Axis for the win. :clap:

    Thank God the game is over I was getting sick of playing Nature :(

    Thanks to Eric for creating and hosting such a great game:goodjob::woohoo:
     
  10. Cyc

    Cyc Looking for the door...

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    Congrats to the Victors! Excellent offensive and defensive game. :clap:

    Enjoyed the game. It was a learning experience. Too bad America couldn't build nukes, even though we had the resources and technology. :whew:

    :hatsoff: to Eric! Another fine PBEM.
     
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    always willing to play this game if there is interest in the future! Good job everyone!
     
  12. eric_A

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    The US uranium is outside the cultural boundaries of any city.
    So you need to use one of your workers to build a colony on
    one of the uranium tiles. How long ago did you get fission?
     
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    I was also curious about Cyc's comments as well. Eric are you planning updates to HOF or is this it? I have some suggestions if desired.
    And once again I am always available for a game.
     
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    Wow! Good game all! :hatsoff:

    I'm wondering if the victory point scoring should be reworked? Most fronts (except the Pacific) were relatively even back-and-forth battles, but the Germany/MA alliance held a VP lead for the entire game. The histogram shows almost no change in the scores. Is this right?
     
  15. classical_hero

    classical_hero In whom I trust

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    Can sully send me the last save for Germany, since I want to see what happened. Shame I couldn't finish it off myself.
     
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    I thought there was one more turn left. :( There was an outside possibility that I could have captured Berlin! :lol:
     
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    Another Question I have is:

    The first tech the USA acquired was advanced subs.
    I know Cyc deployed a number of them in the Atlantic
    but I never encountered any in the Pacific. How many
    of those subs went out into the the Pacific?
     
  18. Cyc

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    I had Fission long enough to make a couple of Nukes in DC. Didn't realize the Uranium had to be in city limits or else a colony.

    Los Angeles made a couple of those subs, but the Japanese Navy was just too strong and too everything else.:) For a while I concentrated on suicide missions into the Med. Then beat my head against the Normandy beaches. Like I said, I learned a ot.
     
  19. Elephantium

    Elephantium Elephants think that people are cute, like puppies

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    Great game guys, this was epic!
     
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    Not just Uranium, any resource must be within the cultural
    limits or in a colony, nothing to do with this scenario,
    that's just how civ 3 works.
     

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