bjfagan wrote:I also get many events that belong to the opposing player. Now, I assume this is to simulate drawing from a pool of event cards that belong to all players.
This is fine, but it would be nice if there were clear indications as to whom the events benefit. Some clearly state who will benefit, but others are vague and leave a player wondering if the event was just "historically" used by one side as described, but could in fact be used by any side in the game.
Chertio wrote:It would be helpful too, to state in the event description how many turns an event applies for when there is a limit. Also the earliest date the event can be played (eg "Laffargue" - does the date given in the event actually apply?), or what conditions are needed to play the event (eg "Lenin", "Mutinies").
Should events like "Bruchmuller" and "Fokker" only be playable when their historical counterparts appeared on the scene?
And I've noticed that perpetual events like "Squalls" and "Navy Code Breaking" reappear in my hand once played, I think every interphase.
dougbush93 wrote:In the boardgame, there are conditions on the events, usually a date window they can be played in, or another event that triggers when they can be used. If those are coded in the computer game, they could explain them in the yet-to-be published manual.
tagwyn wrote:Guys: I know how frustrating this game can be. But, Please, Please, wait until Calvinus gets back from Vacation!!
Chertio wrote:Another "news" events question - soon after Turkey joins the CP, and apparently inevitably, the newspaper announces that Enver Pasha demands two Grand Offensives per year from the Turks.
But it looks to me that they can only do one Offensive per year, so they necessarily pay the National Will penalty for failing.
Doesn't seem fair to demand two Offensives from such a poor country anyway - why not the Kaiser demanding six from Germany, etc?
Chertio wrote:As well as Events, "News" events and tech telegrams repeat each turn.
So as CP I have an American passenger ship being torpedoed every turn (no submarine warfare chosen for CP from the politics choice and no events being played by the Entente).
Also the "X has adopted Y technology for the first time" telegrams repeat every turn, by late 1915 I have several such messages each turn - but not for all the technologies that have been researched.
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