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Re: G7 - The War of the English Succession & the breaking of the Pirate Brotherhood

Post by Deacon on Fri Sep 09, 2016 6:10 pm

Basileus wrote:Yes we do need Stuart to do his reviews again. But dont worry nothing major has happened, its just that if the Spanish are planning on making England a colony, there is a fair chance that it might happen.

I can't imagine how bad the economy of England must be after all the years of war.

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Post by J Flower on Sat Sep 10, 2016 9:23 am

Economies of England, Holland & Austria are probably all wrecked. suspect only Spanish Tapas & Russian Vodka sales are all that are keeping them going.

Looks Like Spain wants to make England a Colony with the King of Sweden acting as Viceroy.

Hungarians look like they are heading for a verbal battle with the house of Hapsburg,l suspect it is going to get worse before it gets better.

Just out of interest I can happily say the Russian Navy has now invented sails, so will be looking to retro fit these to all the rowing boats & canoes that are currently active.

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:50 am

J Flower wrote:Economies  of England, Holland & Austria are probably all wrecked. suspect only Spanish Tapas & Russian Vodka sales are all that are keeping them going.

Looks Like Spain wants to make England a Colony with the King of Sweden acting as Viceroy.

Hungarians look like they are heading for a verbal battle with the house of Hapsburg,l suspect it is going to get worse before it gets better.

Just out of interest I can happily say the Russian Navy has now invented sails, so will be looking to retro fit these to all the rowing boats & canoes that are currently active.


I feel it should be pointed out that Spain is a nice 100% Catholic Empire & I almost choked to death on reading that report about the Spanish Navy wanting to annex England to please the Pope! Spanish foreign office is fairly sure it will not please him and the King of Spain does not wish to rule over all those revolting heretics even if the are good sailors. Look at the problems Spain had with non Catholic parts of the low counties in the 1580's etc.

I blame this report on the same Russian foreign office who's envoy in the UDP is putting forward Charles of Sweden as King of England (did he mix his Charles up?). Suspect intention was to put forward Charles Hapsburg as King of England and get everyone to boo.

But this being the same foreign office which gave St Petersburg back to Sweden they got it mixed up. Which raises question a) Have the Swedes filled the Russian Foreign Office with their agents? or b) Does the Russian foreign office have same vodka supplier as their Navy?
C) Could the Russian Foreign Office have found a solution to the problem of Scotland by accident? Vasa Kings of Scotland.
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Post by Jason on Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:13 pm

Personally I think it's time for the English to beat Drake's drum, the damn Spanish need to be taught a lesson!
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Post by Deacon on Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:22 pm


Richard does take perverse delight, I think, in making a mess of your cockups, so if some mistook his charles', then I can imagine him having a go.

But Richard also seems to sometimes just throw crazy red herrings in, just to keep the players guessing, so it could be that too. Somebody too much in their cups spouting off.
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Post by Jason on Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:32 pm

As someone with a bit too much of a love of vintage comedy...I am suddenly reminded of a Goons Show..."Six Charlies in search of an author"...

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Post by J Flower on Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:03 am

Ok, ok , blame the Russians if you want.

we, did it, it was us, we confess, no need to use the goat( again)

Now please some one just tell us what we did so we can properly confess.

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:16 am

J Flower wrote:Ok, ok , blame the Russians if you want.

we, did it, it was us, we confess, no need to use the goat( again)

Now please some one just tell us what we did so we can properly confess.


The sinner has confessed! Yet another success for the Holy Spanish Inquisition Very Happy

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Post by J Flower on Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:09 am

No, the Russians haven't burnt down Rome ( yet)

They have not wee'd in the Popes tea.

The Bermuda triangle was there already, it wasn't the Russians.

The executioner in England did not have a Russian mother.

Russians did not steal the goat from the UDP garrison in Edinburgh

Increased garlic consumption in Transylvania is not due to the actions of the Russian secret service.

The theft of sausages from Herr Junker in Berlin is also not a Russian act of sabotage.
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Post by Kingmaker on Wed Sep 21, 2016 10:54 am

J Flower wrote:No, the Russians haven't burnt down Rome ( yet)

They have not wee'd in the Popes tea.

The Bermuda triangle was there already, it wasn't the Russians.

The executioner in England did not have a Russian mother.

Russians did not steal the goat from the UDP garrison in Edinburgh

Increased garlic consumption in Transylvania is not due to the actions of the Russian secret service.

The theft of sausages from Herr Junker in Berlin is also not a Russian act of sabotage.

Said Mr Putin of the Tsar PR team........


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Post by Jason on Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:32 pm

Oh god, does that mean Jason is now going to start playing the game without his shirt on?

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Thu Sep 22, 2016 5:56 pm

Jason wrote:Oh god, does that mean Jason is now going to start playing the game without his shirt on?

He has already done this! Got all macho and went for a Swim on new years day. Seem to recall some people drowned after they jumped in to save the non floating Czar.

In retrospect it was clearly an Omen ref the Russian Navy.

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Post by J Flower on Tue Sep 27, 2016 8:27 am

The Tsar was merely testing new Russian swimming aids, unfortunately he forget to blow air in first.

The Russian Navies initial experiments with submerged warfare also met with failure, to date no ships have resurfaced.

Tsar is willing to remove his shirt,( so long as no one pokes the belly button. )

However warning signs will first need to be erected & health & safety concerns taken into consideration.

ah, and I lied about the sausages....
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Post by Kingmaker on Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:19 am

Hmm got my turn..... very unexpected event has just occurred more when I land back in the UK.......


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Post by Stuart Bailey on Sat Oct 08, 2016 1:05 am

April 1711 issue of Gloire du Roi has shown up.....not much happening in terms of rape, loot and pillage and blood curdling threats to impale people on the front lawn of a burning Versailles (I do miss G2) but for non players of G7 here are the highlights:

1) Russian Diplomatic Service lives up to its reputation for urban diplomacy and making the Russian Navy look good.  Now its possible that the accounts in the Glori du Roi are planted by Swedes or Old Believers but if you believe the press it seems that:

- Russian Envoy to Johore has been arrested after trying to assassinate the Sultan.
- In Raval a attempt to "recruit" a local noble was mistaken as a attempted mugging and got one man shot and another stabbed.
- In Stockholm Russian diplomatic attempts to keep the Swedes out of the British Isles and the suggestion that the Protestant Hero of the North is more interested in Hapsburg Gold than he is in helping his fellow Protestants went down so well that Charles has now sent a Ambassador to Scotland.
- The Russian Diplomatic service did however gain one success when the formerly niggled Spanish Chamberlain agreed to the solution put forward by the Czar's Envoy to the UDP that James Stuart is accepted as King of England & Ireland while Charles Vasa becomes King of Scots (by Election?).  Only problem it that the Ambassador may have mangled the Ironic Comments of the Czar into something else, or was it the Vodka speaking?

2) In the British Isles we seem to have a lot of moves & reinforcements........with Jacobite reinforcements for Sterling, Scots reinforcements for Edinburgh (which wiped out a Regt of Jacobite Dragoons on route), a Russian Army marching into Winchester to impose Jacobite rule and a Spanish Army marching into Norwich.

General view is that the Spanish are trying to get home and the Jesuits have offered to let them fly their flag.  But its not flags which is the problem its the heavy attacks being aimed at Spanish Transport Fleets by the French & English Fleets which is stopping the Spanish withdraw.  Plus for good measure the Anglo-French are also trying to block Dutch Transport fleets just in case they give the Spanish a lift home.

A very large French Fleet (92 Line Ships) has shown up at the land blockaded Port of Leith and for good measure snapped up a Dutch Admiral and 20 small cruisers.  But not before these has sunk 20 prizes in the entrance to Leith Harbour.  So not only can the Spanish not get home but the Russians have also got problems as well!

3) All in all it was a bad month for Admirals: As per above de Ruyter was captured by the French. The French Admiral the Marquis of Chateaurenault lead the attack on the Flanders Port of Nieuport and got his flagship wrecked. His fate is currently unknown but do doubt if he still lives Mary of Ghent will give him some dry clothes and send him back to France (in exchange for De Ruyter?).  Meanwhile in a generally successful Cruise by the English Fleet to Cadiz (88 Merchant prizes! After Spanish Cruisers were able to warn merchant shipping from the Atlantic but forgot about those sailing from Italy etc out of the Med) Lord High Admiral of England Sir Charles Wager sailed the Flagship of the English Home Fleet the mighty Victory too close of Cadiz and she exploded in a hail of heated shot.

To have lost one Lord High Admiral is unfortunate to have lost two is almost Russian.

4) Also at Sea, Commander Josiah Sparrow and 8 other ex HWIC merchant ships have been set free my the Spanish Navy after showing Spanish American registation papers.  How many registration papers do some people have?

5) In Franch while the main Fleet is sent to Scotland to support Jacobites and the Sun King visited the Opera:

- The Austrians have got to Orleans........Graf Von Mercy has effectively cut France in half !

- In the south Spanish 6th have stormed Bayonne and captured General Lhery.  Meanwhile at other end of the border Spanish 1st Army and Vendome (not the dead one!) continue to play cat and mouse.  While 30,000 Troopers (200 Squadrons) failed to drive off the stubborn observers from the 1st Valencia Dragoons then dropped back into Narbonne...... Vendome pulled 51 foot, 9 Cavalry and 35 Artillery back to Beziers.  So after all the fuss earlier he has now divided his Army from its Cavalry again (very odd).

- In French India nothing at all reported! Apart from a long statement by the Shah about the King of France spreading lies, gossip and rumours.  But with main French Battle Fleet now sent to the North Coast of Scotland & further away the upholders of the Sun Kings position in India are probably feeling very lonely and abandoned.

- In North also nothing much to report.....couple of Franco-Dutch Cavalry Raids.  While the Countess Mary has pulled her Moldavians back across the border and sent a large cash prize to the French Doctor who made progress with small pox.  Pity for the Countess & the Jesuits that all their efforts to establish a truce just seem to have resulted in French Attacks on Flanders Ports and the like.

6) Finally we had long statement from King James calling the King of Spain duplicious and the Stadtholder & the Emperor illiterates backed up by a nice long talk on the correct use of Latin Verbs.  Plus the Ultra Catholic Stuart Monarch welcomed a man who in the eyes of most of the Catholic Church is a vile traitor & a possible agent of Ottomans in stealing Hungary away from the Catholic Church.


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Post by Basileus on Sat Oct 08, 2016 9:41 am

A much appreciated return of Stuarts write ups, thanks.

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Post by J Flower on Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:02 am

Seems that Spain may want to leave the British isles but its transport fleets are being blockaded in Port.

Obviously the Russian Navy would be more than happy to transport the Spanish Armies back home, there are a couple of problems that need to be discussed however.

1)What about the Catering, will the Spanish be ok with Vodka, Beetroot & Red cabbage?
2)Will Russian Ships still float with so much extra ballast ?
3)How does it re-float its High Seas fleet from the bottom of the Atlantic.

4) Most important once the above have been sorted out, Can some one please lend them a Map with Spain marked on it with a list of directions, something simple like turn right after Lands End would be nice.

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:32 pm

J Flower wrote:Seems that Spain may want to leave the British isles but its transport fleets are being blockaded in Port.

Obviously the Russian Navy would be more than happy to transport the Spanish Armies back home, there are a couple of problems that need to be discussed however.

1)What about the Catering, will the Spanish be ok with Vodka, Beetroot & Red cabbage?
2)Will Russian Ships still float with so much extra ballast ?
3)How does it  re-float its High Seas fleet from the bottom of the Atlantic.

4) Most important once the above have been sorted out, Can some one please lend them a Map with Spain marked on it with a list of directions, something simple like turn right after Lands End would be nice.

Ref Russian Cruise Liners.......Spanish Tour of Europe 1711:

a) Beetroot & the Cabbage ok for the horses........but were is the crab, lobster and tappas on this menu? Rather than Vodka would prefer to pick up some Duty free beer in Flanders and then free Wine, Brandy and Meals on a gasto tour of France:drunken: . Perhaps meeting Austrain chums at nice little Bistro in Paris.

b) Dont think Russian Ferries are safe in the Atlantic and get lost if out of sight of land but something like Dover to Calais in broad day light should be Ok.Suspect I think scratch

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Sat Nov 05, 2016 9:04 pm


April 1711 Gloire du Roi has shown up and for non players in G7 here are the highlights:

1) Russian threats to send in the cossacks and start hanging west country yokels Sad seem to have worked with the English Republicans fleeing for the hills or at least Scotland.

2) In Scotland not much has happened yet but the English Jacobites are reported to be on the march from Stirling heading south with extra artillery and ambulances being landed at blockaded Leith. While the Scots & their Dutch, Spanish and English Republican allies seem to lso on the march. With 20 Battalions of English Republicans marching into Glasgow and the Count of Gerona & 16 Battalions of Spanish Foot marching for Edinburgh.

It is believed the Govt in Madrid wanted to pull the Noble Count and his troops out of Scotland to keep the Jesuits and the Czar happy but the Noble Count (a very rare Agema NPC in being honourable, noble and keen to fight for allies) decided to get all macho and noble and refused to abandon his allies in their hour of need.

This seems to be a new Agema version on desertion........you lose control of troops but still have to pay for them. I can see this idea being popular with Agema when running the Janissary Corp.

3) In Versailles Louis XIV seems to have developed a thing about the drains and sewers. He also seems to be very bothered by the timing of the Persian declaration of war.

- This seems a bit odd when the Austrians have basically cut France in half and are now laying siege to Orleans. The defence of which was rather hampered by the re-fitting of the fortress cannon with new carriages which ment the garrison lacked artillery support this month.

- The concerns of the French Foreign office about the arrival of the Persian declaration of war baffles more regular opponents of the Persians since the normal Persian declaration of war is to ride across the border to loot and plunder.

4) The good news for the French was mostly at Sea.........a) The Escadre des Caraibes silenced the shore batteries and captured the Port of Veracruz and they did not even loss a Admiral b) French transport fleet of ten liners at Pondicherry got blown to bits by the Persians but the French crews had left their ships c) The Escadre de la Manche who lost their Admiral last month managed to avoid a much larger Spanish Fleet trying to bring them to battle and remove the French Blockade of Flanders/UDP and only lost 30 Bomb Ketches which were too slow to outrun the pursuit.

The Question now is do the French seek to reimpose the Blockade or do they allow the Spanish troops in England to sail back to Europe under the Jesuit Flag.

5) The Spanish have not lost any Admirals but they have some very baffled ones as well as trying to figure out how French Lineships can outsail their frigates with clean copper bottoms, improved sail and rigging etc, etc.......they are also trying to work out why some long range skirmishing trying to lure English onto Guns of Cadiz resulted in more damage than a major naval battle at point blank range. Plus loss of 18 Xebecs which were hanging round at the back ready to take ships under tow if becalmed or damaged.

- Seems that English had been drinking lots of captured Spanish Wine clearly "Spanish Wine gives you improved gunnery at extreme range"

6) At Rotterdam 50 English Covettes returned Spanish POW's from Hastings in six hulks displaying white flags........sadly the Dutch thought the white flags were Bourbon Battle Flags and opened fire.

7) Ottoman Anatolia has doubled the tax rate on HWIC & Spanish merchants to 20%. Clearly Selim Dayal prefers nasty Greek Tobacco to best Quality Havanna.

Cool Austrians have re-captured Fiume Castle.

9) Finally the Russian Foreign Office strikes again...... in one month they seem to have called the Swedish Govt a "Harlot" and lectured the Spanish Govt on theology and catholic canon law which goes down really well.....esp as they are also backing the Kuruzzenarmee in Hungary.

Charles XII Govt has condemned the "whispering of snakes" and demanded a apology from the Russian Envoy.


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Post by J Flower on Sun Nov 06, 2016 2:44 pm

Russian Diplomatic Corps will be issued instructions on how to best handle Swedes in the coming months.

" Peel, dice, boil until soft, Add a knob of Butter & Mash to a fine Puree, season with pepper & serve."

Hope Brussel Sprouts haven't been hit by the arms embargo of the Flemish coast, as they are dangerous when not properly handled.

Still Confused why poor Prince Rakoczi is being threatened with excommunication for asking for a relaxation of dress regulations in Hungary.

Especially as he only wants to introduce the fashions he saw in Vienna when he was being taught by the Jesuits in ways of the Catholic Church.

Maybe it has something to do with the tight fitting Hungarian trousers & those Hungarian Knots.

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Sun Nov 06, 2016 6:01 pm

J Flower wrote:Russian Diplomatic Corps will be issued instructions on how to best handle Swedes in the coming months.

" Peel, dice,  boil until soft, Add a knob of Butter & Mash to a fine Puree, season with pepper & serve."

Hope Brussel Sprouts haven't been hit by the arms embargo of the Flemish coast, as they are dangerous when not properly handled.

Still Confused why poor Prince Rakoczi is being threatened with excommunication for asking for a relaxation of dress regulations in Hungary.

Especially as he only wants to introduce the fashions he saw in Vienna when he was being taught by the Jesuits in ways of the Catholic Church.

Maybe it has something to do with the tight fitting Hungarian trousers & those Hungarian Knots.


Its not only in Glori du Roi but I think the curse of the Russian (un)Diplomatic corp applies in scabble as well .....perhaps players of Russia in Agema games need to follow the example often used by the Czars and only use non Russians for diplomatic work.

On the Plus side it does save a lot time and trouble thinking up reasons to go to war. Perhaps Russians players should only send envoys to people they dont mind insulting and going to war with?

If it was only "German" fashions Prince Rakoczi wanted to import into Hungary it would not be a problem. But people also upset about the Turbans and Harem pants plus the Russian Kaftans and those shameless "Paris" fashions he also wants to import. The open high treason against the King of Hungary and a history of trying to get the Cossacks & Turks to invade Hungary may not help as well.

But look on the bright side if Rakoczi kills Leopold & son No1..........Son No2 & Wife may introduce some really cool Spanish & Italian design into the Hungarian Fashion Industry:D

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Post by Stuart Bailey on Sat Nov 12, 2016 1:18 pm

Hi,

Has anyone in G7 noticed that issue 124 April 1711 was followed not by issue 125 May 1711 but by another issue 124 April 1711????? Is this the pesky Russians playing about with the calander?

And is this the May or June turn?
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Post by Kingmaker on Sat Nov 12, 2016 3:18 pm

depends on which calendar your nation/religion uses..... study scratch


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Post by J Flower on Wed Nov 16, 2016 7:31 pm

All part of the plan, obviously getting the Real Calendar reintroduced into the barbaric Western European lands is a major Russian objective.
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Post by Jason on Wed Nov 16, 2016 9:19 pm

So now all the Western Europeans need to do is
1) Learn to love vodka
2) Recognise the Czar for the wonderful man he is
3) sink their navies

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