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First Lieutenant
Apr 11, 2005
That's it. Hope you all enjoyed reading.

Next time, I'll try a more detailed and narrative one.


First Lieutenant
Apr 11, 2005
Here the maps of major possesions.

Europe 1819​

The Levant​


Sotuh America​


North America, West Coast​


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Mar 6, 2003
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Very impressive, especially the crusading on two fronts at the end! I liked the part where your government still ran well during the political crisis because of the gifted minister Napoleon. :p I'm glad you found a fitting role for him! Congratulations on a great game and a good story. I look forward to another one from you.


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Magnificient, I have been reading since the start but was to lazy to post. Absolutely magnificient.


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Apr 11, 2005
Thanks again to all of you. I'll start writing the next one in 3 or 4 weeks (can't decide between Wirttemberg and Mataram).

OE vanished around 1520 (without taking Thrace), and was reborn in the early 17th century. Although the Turks made good progresses from then on, they never became a major power (and were no challenge for Austria). I wonder, how the game would have develepoed with a strong OE.


Aug 27, 2004
Excellent, well done!

I will await your next AAR with bated breath


First Lieutenant
Apr 11, 2005
Okay, that’s it: final post.

If someone out there has some questions about this AAR, wants to give a final comment or advice (always welcome), express his wishes for the next one or just helps me to correct my English … I’ll appreciate reading it.

If not, I consider this thread closed.

Thanks to all brave readers.

Swiss Jamaica!