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Sol Invictus
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Sat May 30, 2009 7:24 pm

Sounds like you two need to duel. :evilgrin:
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Sat May 30, 2009 9:26 pm

Florent wrote:Oh, mein gott !!! I shall do good work then !! :nuts:


I will teach your Austrians some important lessons in warfare.

DO NOT FORGET: WE ARE PRUSSIANS! RESISTANCE IS USELESS! YOU WILL BE SUBJUGATED!

:mdr: :mdr: :mdr: :mdr: :mdr:


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Sat May 30, 2009 10:20 pm

My money is on the Prussians. :thumbsup:
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Sun May 31, 2009 2:26 pm

Being of Austrian descent (well, partly at least :) ) I'll gladly offer my services to Maria-Theresia. That I would have to come over from Ireland to do that should be an added bonus. :)

Since the rest of my ancestors are mainly catholic Silesians or from areas annexed by Prussia in the 19th century, I don't have much choice anyway. My forefathers would be ganging up on me in the afterlife if I supported Fritz. :bonk:

Do you think I could get Maria-Theresia to give me some pandours to secure those important breweries for Her Most Apostolic Majesty's Army? :dada:
Frederick II. at Kolin to his retreating soldiers: "Kerls, wollt ihr denn ewig leben?"
(Do you want to live forever?)
Unfortunately we don't know his reaction to the answer he got: "Für dreizehn Pfennig wars für heute genug!"
(basically: I'd say we did enough today, considering what you pay us. :D)

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Wonderful, new cannonfodder for my Prussian grenadiers and dragoons...

greetings

Hohenlohe :dada:
R.I.P. Henry D.



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Tue Jun 02, 2009 2:04 pm

@ Hohenlohe
To misquote Shakespeare: "Thou shalt see me at Kolin.“ :mdr:

I just can't wait for the release. I am so sick of the AI of the only other game of that time period that I got. :(
Frederick II. at Kolin to his retreating soldiers: "Kerls, wollt ihr denn ewig leben?"

(Do you want to live forever?)

Unfortunately we don't know his reaction to the answer he got: "Für dreizehn Pfennig wars für heute genug!"

(basically: I'd say we did enough today, considering what you pay us. :D)

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Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:04 pm

For those who can't wait more, have a look at this game, just released.
Suggestion for an "apéritif" before Ageod's one...

http://www.matrixgames.com/news/582/Horse.and.Musket:.Volume.I.Now.Available!
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Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:11 pm

Yep a very good tactical game. I was a betatester. :thumbsup: It has been mentioned more than once that if Horse and Musket's tactical gameplay could be melded into the AGEOD games it would be the Holy Grail of gaming. :w00t:
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This game go to have the same deepness and dificulty of AACW?? :coeurs: :coeurs:, AACW is the only game that i purchased of this series (a for days ago) and i can say this series is god to mee :bonk: , soo i buy BOAII.

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I am confident that ROP will be my favorite AGEOD game yet. :thumbsup:
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Unfortunately they took for cover box what i expected for Rise of Prussia. :(

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Florent wrote:Unfortunately they took for cover box what i expected for Rise of Prussia. :(


What means that?

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That means Florent probably won't have the pleasure to see the painting of Frederick used by Matrix on RoP's box art as well.
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Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:50 am

It was the painting used by Avallon Hill game "Frederick the great".

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Adlertag wrote:For those who can't wait more, have a look at this game, just released.
Suggestion for an "apéritif" before Ageod's one...

http://www.matrixgames.com/news/582/Horse.and.Musket:.Volume.I.Now.Available!


Our game will be better and more beautiful ! :neener:
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gpepper wrote:Our game will be better and more beautiful ! :neener:


And it will come with a full campaign :thumbsup:

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Carnium wrote:And it will come with a full campaign :thumbsup:



Seven years of bloody goodness! :w00t:
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I will wait for RoP and not for another title of this era...

greetings

Hohenlohe :coeurs:
R.I.P. Henry D.



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Hok wrote:Today we focus on 7YW, but ... Austrian succession war and Silesian wars might be include in the game :niark:



Any news on that? After all it could be argued that those conflicts are at least as important, if not more so, for the Rise of Prussia(TM) as the Seven Years War. ;)
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We would need more detailed OOBs, but it is underway right now
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PhilThib wrote:We would need more detailed OOBs, but it is underway right now


That's good to hear. :)

Wish I could help, but I don't think the books/references I have at home offer much insight and you guys will have checked all online ressources certainly. :(
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Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:49 am

vivat hoch! the war of the austrian succession as well? :coeurs:

it's amazing that maria theresa and austria survived and even prevailed in the austrian succession war, even more than that frederick survived the SYW

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PhilThib wrote:We would need more detailed OOBs, but it is underway right now


Are you using the Oesterreichischer erbfolge-krieg, 1740-1748

There seems to be a lot of information there in german so a deep look is needed ;) and also a lot of time :(



Edit: There is clean info like this available

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Other valuable tables are lost, damn scanners! :grr:

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