Well done Pipster ! Congrats
Well done Pipster ! Congrats
The New Short AAR about Seduction , Manipulation , Intrigue , Mystery , and Revolution .
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T I M E L I N E S : What if Spain Failed to Control the World?
Seventeen AARLand Choice Awards: Favourite Overall New WritAAR Q1 2007.
Favourite Overall EU3 AAR: Q1 2007; Q2 2007; Q3 2007; Q4 2007; Q1 2008; Q2 2008; Q3 2008; Q4 2008
Favourite Narrative EU3 AAR: Q1 2007; Q2 2007; Q3 2007; Q4 2007; Q1 2008; Q2 2008; Q3 2008; Q4 2008
Three Times WritAAR of the Week: 4 March 2007 13 May 2007 & 28 March 2008;
Twice AAR Showcase: 9 Dec 2007, 14 Jun 2009; Twice Best Character Writer: 9 Dec 2007, 13 Sep 2008
Editor in Chief of The AARlander
Glückwünsche! (Congratulations!) El Pip!
Currently Working on: Vicky - The Presidents: Clay to Smith (1836-1920) ACA Q4 '09 & Q1 '10: Favorite History-Book - Weekly AAR Showcase 6/02/10
Finished Work: Vicky - Saints and Angels - Tie ACA Q1 & Q2 '09: Favorite Narrative - Weekly AAR Showcase 17/12/08
Weekly AwAARds: Fan of the week - 1/03/09 & Character Writer of the Week 17/04/09, 20/08/09, 09/09/09 & Writer of the Week 12/05/09
Fan AwAARds: mad general's favorites things - "The Presidents..."
My Inkwell (of adventures, both failed, completed, and waiting for return)
Congrats, El Pip and belated congrats also to British Imperial!
4x WritAAR of the week, Best Character Writer of the Week (for Fu Manchu), June 28th 2006
Where the Iron Crosses grow (Completed) PDF OscAAR for Best Completed HOI AAR
Master Plan of Fu Manchu (Completed) PDF
Empire of Fu Manchu (In progress) PDF x1 Weekly AAR Showcase, AARland Choice AwAARds;Fav.HOI1/2 AAR & Fav.HOI1/2 Narrative,Q2 2006 & Q3 2007
The Eagle and the Lion (On hold) Golden Readers Choice HOI2 AwAARd, AARland Choice AwAARds-Favourite HOI1/2 AAR, 2005 Q4 and 2006 Q1
Knights of the Western Empire (On Hold)
The III Reich in World War III (In progress)
Congrats, El Pip!
Grats El Pip!
Congratulations El Pip
EUIII AAR: The lilies of France
Awarded Best Character Writer of the Week 25. Feb 2007
Awarded WritAAR of the Week 22. April 2007
HoI2 AAR: Enig og tro til Dovre faller – A Norwegian AAR
Awarded WritAAR of the Week 25. Sept 2005
Awarded Weekly AAR Showcase 25. Jan 2006
Awarded Fan of the Week 26. March 2006, 7. October 2007 and 10. November 2008
Boer War AAR: Joe’s War- a Boer War AAR
Congrats El Pip--well deserved indeed I'd say!
A whale is a shark built to Admiralty specifications.
Congratulations, El Pip!
And also to British Imperial.... if I missed you!
Serenity - (V2 v1.3) - An isolationist Japan tries to stay out of everybody's way (New! Updated May '13)
Kriegsgefahr (Impending War) - (HOI3/SF/HPP) - Germany attempts to remain at peace! (Updated Apr '13)
Locarno - Italy vs. Germany (HOI3/SF/HPP) - What if Mussolini stood with France against Hitler?
The Die is Cast (Roman Civil War) - Caesar will make a name for himself! (Updated June '12)
Império Novo - An Axis Portugal AAR for HOI 3 (Updated May '13)
Fire Warms the Northern Lands - A Prussian Victoria 1 AAR (Awarded the VictAARian Cross for Jan-Jun 2006)
Castles In the Sky (Vicky 1) * Sforza!!! - A Milan AAR (EU III) (Updated May '13) * I Am Siam (V2 Minor) (tied for Silver VictAARian Cross for Best AAR completed in 2011) * A Long Time Ago... (HOI 1 Argentina)* Check Rensslaer's Inkwell! (list of online writings)
Hell yeah El Pip - the only guy who's commented my AAR from the start!
For a reactionary, he's alright. Congrats!
I am therefore officially rooting for a Franco-German strike on Russia, prompting the Soviets to strike back with their hitherto secret nukes. This will serve as a salutary lesson to all involved and leave everyone suitably chastened.-El Pip
Great War: The American Front: Can the United States defeat Britain and its Confederate Lackeys? Or will the CSA defend its freedom against the Yankee Menace?
I'm really sick of the megathreads
Fan of the Week? Again? This is almost more unexpected than winning it the first time round.
So what's happened since last time? Well out of the four AARs I mentioned 'British interests; British honour; British obligations and Stiff Upper Lip: A Terribly British History appear to have died a death but at least Crossfires and Against all Odds are still going, and going strong I may add.
On BritishImperial's nomination; well considered, polite, and interesting I'll thank him for the first, leave the third to other's judgement and strive to always be the second, even while having vibrant debates with communist revolutionaries like Faeelin.
So I thank you all for your kind comments, heartily recommend Striker475 excellent Past Decisions: Documents from the United States Archives, 1967-1984 and onwards and the still criminally under-commented on The Last Mission by TheExecuter and leave you with my nomination for this week's fan;
I wondered over this one a while, I knew who I wanted to give it to I just wasn't sure if they'd appreciate it! But what the hell here goes; for well thought out and incisive comments that, irregular though they may be, clearly show someone who reads updates then has a mull over them before replying I nominate merrick. He may not comment often but sometimes quality is better than quantity.
Inevitable Defeat - Slovakia '44 - The award winning characters Tiso and Tuka attempt to save Slovakia from defeat and destruction. It probably wont end well. It definitely did win an AARland Choice Comedy Award. Now Back from the Dead and updating.
The Butterfly Effect: A British AAR - The finest slower-than-real-time British AAR on the board.
Furious Vengeance - A 1944 UK AAR - My actual best work - Winner of the 2009 Iron HeAARt Award
The other works
Yes, merrick deserves fan of the week. Come on down and accept your award!!
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Dealt: A polish colonel deals his last hand
The Swiss Account: The average documentation of the stereotypical Swiss.
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