Kyle H on 11 Mar 2003 20:47:01 -0000

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Re: [eia] Re: reinforcement at Naples

    Fair enough.  I was saying that the adjustment would have minimal impact
because GB had already gone before France in the naval phase.  So I was
presuming that nothing I did *after* JJ already went could have influenced
his move (since he would already have taken it no matter what I did
subsequently).  But now I hear him saying that if he had understood the
rules the way we are now interpreting them, then he would have made
different moves prior to attacking my fleet off Marseilles.  I hadn't
thought about it that way.
    So I hereby withdraw my request for an adjustment in my naval movement.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Danny Mount" <mount.23@xxxxxxx>
To: <eia@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 1:01 PM
Subject: RE: [eia] Re: reinforcement at Naples

> I think that we are making more out of this than needs be.  The whole
> of the game is making decisions and living with them.  I know everyone has
> their objectives and desires to catapult their country to the highest
> possible but the whole point is to imitate real life.  As we know, leaders
> in the past and present don't make perfect decisions just as our game.
> is what makes things so interesting!  I believe that we should leave
> the way they are.
> Kyle stated:
> However, I think that going back to fix orders should be
> permitted when both of the two following sets of circumstances apply:  a)
> the rules about the situation in question have recently been changed,
> reinterpreted, and/or clarified, and b) the change in question has a
> impact on the subsequent movements and decisions of other players.
> Sense Kyle made his statement with an "AND" between a) and b) I believe
> should not apply because it seems to me that this is a pretty major
> back-step and things should be left the way the rest now.
> But this is just my opinion and I am willing to live with the majority's
> ruling.
> -DEM
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