Above are the possible play states of a turn. Click on each for a description. Note: the main phases of a turn are DEPLOY, ASSAULT, REINFORCE - other phases occur as they are relevant.
Play By Clickable Map
Deploy: Click on territory to deploy, choose number to deploy and click again to make deployment Assault: Click on a territory to Assault from, then on a territory to Assault (right click to Auto Assault) Advance: Click on conquered territory to choose to advance, choose number to advance, then click again to advance. Click on conquering territory to advance zero. Reinforce: Click on a territory to Reinforce from, then on a territory to Reinforce to. Click again to confirm.
Play By Keyboard and Mouse
N Key: Skip to next game, Jump to next game B Key: Begin Turn E Key: End Deployment, End Assaults, End Reinforcement L Key: Later (decline to play spoils) W,S Keys: Increase/decrease troop quantity (slow) Q,A Keys: Increase/decrease troop quantity (fast) Mouse Wheel: Change troop quantity by scrolling over the selected region. CTRL Key + Click: You can always use CTRL-click instead of the right mouse button. Middle Click: To advance to next stage (Begin Turn, End Assaults, etc.) click the middle mouse button anywhere on the map.
Slots Per Player
Fog of War
In a Triples game, trios of three team up against other teams. The last team alive wins
Regions are randomly distributed at the start of the game and each region starts with three troops.
A player is selected at random to go first and then subsequent players follow in turn. During a team game the play order alternates between the teams.
There are no 'spoils' in this game.
At the end of your turn you can reinforce once from one region to another (they must be connected by regions that you own).
Fog of War
Fog of War masks enemy positions that are not adjacent to your forces (or your team's forces). It also masks region and zone names in the log
You can only assault from regions held since the start of your turn. If you conquer a region during your turn you cannot assault from it until your next turn.
Each player has up to 24 hours to complete a turn. You will get an email notification when it is your turn to play.
44 Territories, 10 Continents, 3 Start Positions, Min Reinforcements: 3
Toggles change the setting temporarily, other settings are saved on a per map basis. For site-wide settings see our Game Settings page.
2009-12-11 12:40:16 - Game has been initialized 2009-12-21 11:27:47 - pconnolly365 eliminated DarthBlood from the game 2009-12-21 11:27:58 - pconnolly365 eliminated Eyestone from the game 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - chephren eliminated slickstm from the game 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - Lubawski, chephren, pconnolly365 won the game 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - slickstm lost 16 points 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - Eyestone lost 16 points 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - DarthBlood lost 16 points 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - Lubawski gained 16 points 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - chephren gained 16 points 2009-12-21 16:41:56 - pconnolly365 gained 16 points
2009-12-12 23:15:15 - Slaylark: Go AOC!!!!
2009-12-16 14:09:50 - Lubawski: I stole your dice they Eyestone. I'm not giving them back either.
2009-12-18 05:12:12 - Eyestone: lubawski: Your prediction have become painfully true... this isn't fun anymore...
2009-12-19 03:49:55 - Eyestone: gg
2009-12-20 01:17:53 - TheSpaceCowboy: Rock on Utnapishtim. . . .Empire forever
2009-12-20 02:35:56 - Lubawski: lol. Leave it to the librarian to know the name of the immortal man Gilgamesh seeks out to learn the secret of immortality.
2009-12-20 04:29:45 - chephren: you googled that Mike, didn't you ;-)
2009-12-20 10:49:37 - pconnolly365: Impressive info! I will sleep well tonight.
2009-12-20 14:14:53 - Lubawski: I'm an English teacher Mark, you know this. I taught the Epic of Gilgamesh two years ago to my 6th graders (along with the Illiad, Odyssey, and Oedipus Rex)
2009-12-20 16:34:49 - Lubawski: good game guys. The dice here were very odd
2009-12-20 18:14:29 - slickstm: nice game...ur right seemed like they were hot and cold and back and forth for both teams
2009-12-21 09:52:59 - Eyestone: I've never heard of the tale, really. Is it worth looking into?
2009-12-21 11:29:04 - pconnolly365: gg guys
2009-12-21 14:28:41 - Lubawski: Not really. It's a great comparison to the flood story of the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible)...and it came first. But aside from literary history or study of the epics, there's no need to read it.
2009-12-21 16:41:00 - chephren: gg all...that was some pretty messed up dice in that game...firstly for us, then even worse for you.. hard luck