Finished: 10 PM Thu 04 Apr UTC
Operation: Big Mac Down
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Spring, 2016, Finished
Fall of the American Empire IV, Anon, PPSC, ChooseYourCountry
1 excused NMR / no regaining / extend the first 1 turn(s)
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07 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: GameMaster: Please remember that negotiations before the game begins are not allowed.
12 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: Sup gamers
12 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: hello
12 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: Howdy
13 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: Uno mas
13 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: In four hours, unless mods extend
13 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: Info: This is a choose your country game.
13 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 1999: NOT ONE biggity maccelmore will go uneaten under my watch, mark my words
15 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 1999: I propose a new rule: Whoever holds New Mexico gets access to Saul Goodman for diplomatic talks
15 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 1999: Nooooo! Texas will be too powerful!
15 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 1999: Will this convince Texas to move Oklahoma -> New Mexico…? Because I would.
15 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 1999: If you hold one of your units you can transfer his location to an adjacent province.
15 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 1999: Saul will launder supplies for me from the Arizona supply center
16 Feb 24 UTC Spring, 2000: now waltuh
18 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: Okay, so I have a question for everyone. Why do we think it takes an army the same amount of time to cross Dallas as it does to cross Massachusetts on this map? Logical answers not allowed, only funny ones.
18 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: In Massachussetts they have a lot of urban areas so they have to stop at every house and make sure everyone's okay and has food in the midst of the anarchy. where in Dallas it's pretty rural so they just trust that the farmers are self-sufficient
18 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: Ah yes, rural Dallas
19 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: (On the map it’s all of North Texas so)
19 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: dallas
20 Feb 24 UTC Autumn, 2000: As the canonical owner of Dallas this game I can confirm our finest Texan Engineers have converted the entire territory into a non-pedestrian friendly suburb

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