So basically a succession game is that somebody proposes the rules, and starts a game, reporting his moves turn by turn (or highlights thereof), and stops after x turns (10 usually). The next player loads the saved game and does the same thing. The SG is "won" according to the rules defined.
We had a SG with Genghis Pope (as the name implies, we won as Mongolia by AP victory):
Okay, I'll give it a try but I think we should play as Turkey and go for a domination win which I'd like to try becuase I've won UHV's but never a domination game. Turkey's unique unit and better starting position than Mongolia make it my favourite but it doesn't really matter.
Sorry guys, I can't play untill sunday so you'll pobably have to start without me and I'll catch up on sunday unless you guys want to wait, but I don't want to hold you guys back. Basically what I'm saying is I may have to skip my first turn if things don't work out. However, I'm definetly availiable 100% on Sunday.
Do we want to do it in the real SG forumto bring some attention to RFC RAND? I'd assume non RFC players don't know about this. And some people don't play RFC because they don't want an alsmost "scripted" game, which RFC RAND almost completely removes.
I think we sohuld wait for Engineering and Trebs to war with Hannibal, and they should be research soon (maybe CS first). Alternatively, we could go for op[tics and vassalise the Mayans who may or may not be choked in Jungle. Perhaps it owuld be better to wait for Aztecs or Inca?
I used the Cold setting to generate the map and I have found it gives a higher chance of a better starting position for some civs.