Stuyvesant wrote:Interesting... I had not expected much from the Colonials (sorry, the Continentals) after you wiped out all their major holdings. It's nice to see that there's life left in this rebellion. And now the French and Spanish blunder in... Do the Americans still hold any ports where the French can land?
Altaris wrote:Quick update. We're up to August 1779. French took Savannah, GA and Wilmington, NC but have not pushed any further inland. Clinton and Burgoyne made a strong stand against Washington and the Continental Army at Boston, and Sir Grey is arriving with reinforcements to chase off Washington's army in New England. A Spanish force landed at St. Augustine but was obliterated by the garrison there (British only lost 24 men to roughly 1500 Spanish). We're almost exactly at the halfway mark of the campaign, and the last few turns have been good for the British. We'll see if our luck holds up through 1780, if so it may prove enough to bring the French and the Continentals to the negotiation table (notice I am calling them Continentals now... the Crown acknowledges some concessions will likely need to be made to bring this conflict to an end now ).
Stuyvesant wrote:Cool! Sounds like an unexpectedly fun situation (unexpected in that I really thought it was all over after Pittsburgh, fun in that the two of you seem to be enjoying these extra innings).
Feel like I should make a comment about my hometown suffering under French occupation, but I can't quite find the right tone.
Field Marshal Hotzendorf wrote:This game has really gotten interesting. I like the sneak attack into Canada Loki. I must say I never grow tired of following these AARs, always something different happens it seems. Thank you Altaris and Loki for doing this.
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