TYME I: Concluded

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TYME I: Concluded

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:59 am

... The Pannonian army was at this time commanded by Septimius Severus, a native of Africa, who, in the gradual ascent of private honours, had concealed his daring ambition, which was never diverted from its steady course by the allurements of pleasure, the apprehension of danger, or the feelings of humanity. On the first news of the murder of Pertinax, he assembled his troops, painted in the most lively colours the crime, the insolence, and the weakness of the Praetorian guards, and animated the legions to arms and to revenge. He concluded (and the peroration was thought extremely eloquent) with promising every soldier about four hundred pounds; an honourable donative, double in value to the infamous bribe with which Julian had purchased the empire. The acclamations of the army immediately saluted Severus with the names of Augustus, Pertinax, and Emperor...

... If his two competitors, reconciled by their common danger, had advanced upon him without delay, perhaps Severus would have sunk under their united effort. Had they even attacked him, at the same time, with separate views and separate armies, the contest might have been long and doubtful. But they fell, singly and successively, an easy prey to the arts as well as arms of their subtle enemy, lulled into security by the moderation of his professions, and overwhelmed by the rapidity of his action...


(From The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon)


The lineup for TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

1. DanZanzibar (Italia+Dalmatia).
2. TomoeGozen (Syria et Arabia+Aegyptus).
3. Warg1 (Cappadocia+Asia).
4. random27 (Germania+Pannonia).
5. Doyley50 (Tarraconensis+Lusitania et Baetica).
6. XLegione (Dacia et Moesia+Graecia et Thracia).
7. pompeytheflatulent (Britannia+Gallia).
8. rs2excelsior (Mauretania+Africa).
9. kronenblatt (Cyrenaica).

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Conclusion

... From his humble origins in the southeastern part of the empire, from a desolate island so small it did not even have a name, Davidus Wargus rose through the ranks to head Legio XII Fulminata and its auxiliary troops. When civil war broke out, Wargus swiftly moved out of his base in Cappadocia, ruthlessly and cunningly eliminating usurper after usurper until order and peace had been restored within the empire, ruled by one man and one man only: Wargus Augustus Caesar Imperator!


(From The Rise of Wargus Augustus Caesar Imperator by Wargus Augustus Caesar Imperator)
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Rules

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 10:01 am

  • Each player represents a contender for the purple, an Augustus.
  • The winner of the tournament is the player who controls all seventeen provinces of the map (since there can only be one Augustus).
  • A player who doesn’t control any provinces has lost and is eliminated from the tournament.
Army lists
  • All players use the Roman 24 BC – 196 AD army list.
  • However, in the event of a foreign invasion, the attacker uses the applicable army list (see Foreign Invasions below).
Units
  • The Praetorian Guard unit may only be deployed for battle by the player controlling Italia (I).
  • However, in the event of a foreign invasion not even the player controlling Italia (I) may deploy any Praetorian Guard units.
  • Subject to the above, all units in the Roman 24 BC – 196 AD army list are freely available to deploy (other than the standard in-game limitations on numbers, etc.).
Allies
  • Allies may only be selected by players controlling certain provinces:
    • Only the controllers of Germania (VIII) or Pannonia (III) may choose Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD as allies.
    • Only the controllers of Germania (VIII) or Dacia et Moesia (VI) may choose Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD as allies.
    • Only the controller of Syria et Arabia (XV) may choose Arab 312 BC – 299 AD as allies.
    • Only the controller of Cappadocia (XIV) may choose Armenian 331 BC – 252 AD as allies.
    • In these cases, it is always up to the player whether allies are in fact selected or not, and the player makes this decision for each individual battle.
  • Notwithstanding the above, allies can never be selected in the event of a foreign invasion.
Rounds
  • A round will represent one of the seasons of a year during which campaigning can be conducted: Spring, Summer, Autumn; thus, there are three rounds per year.
  • Each round consists of the following three phases:
    1. Attack declarations: All players announce, one by one in the order as specified below, announce which attack that they will make.
    • The decreasing order in which in which attacks are announced in a round are determined by each player's (maximum, if the player's having fought more than one battle) inflicted casualties from battles in the previous round (i.e., the player with the highest inflicted casualties announcing first, and so on).
    2. Battle resolutions: All battles will be simultaneously played and completed in FoG2 during a period of three weeks.
    3. Province control changes: The victors (if any) of the battles take control over the loser's provinces-at-stake.
Attacks
  • As mentioned above, each round requires a player (the "attacker") to announce an attack on another neighbouring player (the "defender").
    • The attack announcement will be made in a post in the tournament's thread on the forum.
  • The attacker will specify from which of his/her provinces that the attack takes place and which neighbouring province controlled by the defender that is attacked (the "attacked province").
    • Neither the attacked province nor the province attacked from must be already included as a province-at-stake in another player's attack this round.
  • These two provinces are included as "provinces-at-stake".
  • Depending on the higher of the number of attacker's or defender's controlled provinces, more provinces are added to the provinces-at-stake for the battle:
    • 1-3 controlled provinces: 0 additional provinces-at-stake.
    • 4-5 controlled provinces: 1 additional province-at-stake from each of attacker and defender.
    • 6-7 controlled provinces: 2 additional provinces-at-stake from each of attacker and defender.
    • 8-9 controlled provinces: 3 additional provinces-at-stake from each of attacker and defender.
    • 10-11 controlled provinces: 4 additional provinces-at-stake from each of attacker and defender.
    • 12+ controlled provinces: 5 additional provinces-at-stake from each of attacker and defender.
  • The attacker selects which additional provinces (from attacker's as well as defender's side) to be added to the provinces-at-stake, provided that a province is only available for selection if it:
    • neighbours an already selected province-at-stake for this attack (in order for all provinces-at-stake for a attack to form one connected area), and
    • is not already included as a province-at-stake in another player's attack this round.
    • All these specified provinces (defender's as well as attacker's) are the "provinces-at-stake" for the battle in question.
  • Definition of "neighbouring provinces"
    • Every province with a land border to another province is considered a “neighbouring province” to that other province.
    • In addition, some provinces are considered neighbouring provinces to each other through sharing a sea border (as specified in the specifications of provinces).
  • Example on how to express an attack announcement
    • kronenblatt attacks rs2excelsior's Africa (V) from Cyrenaica (XVI), with Arab 312 BC – 299 AD allies. Additional provinces-at-stake are Mauretania (XIII) and Aegyptus (XVII).
Battles
  • The attack then takes the form of a Custom Battle - Remove the Head with Large (1600 FP) force size, Wide map size, and map type depending on the attacked province.
    • Players with allies available (i.e., controlling Germania, Pannonia, Dacia et Moesia, Syria et Arabia, and/or Cappadocia) first decide for each battle whether to use allies (and then which allies).
    • The defender thereafter decides the map type from among the alternatives for the attacked province in question (as specified in the specifications of provinces).
    • No map re-rolls will be made.
    • The defender is the one creating the challenge in the FoG2 Multiplayer Lobby (always password: TYME) and always with defender as Side B (in order for the other player to immediately be able to deploy and make first round when accepting the challenge).
    • Battle outcome, once resolved, is posted by the defender in a post of the tournament thread.
Effects of battle outcome
  • The victor of the battle takes control over the loser's provinces-at-stake.
  • The player routing the enemy is considered the victor. If neither player routs the enemy, it is considered a draw and both players retain their provinces-at-stake.
  • However, if an Augustus (as represented by the C-in-C) is killed during battle against another Augustus, the battle ends immediately with the killed Augustus as the loser and all the provinces controlled by the killed Augustus being conquered and taken over by the victor of the battle.
Foreign Invasions
  • A player may once per tournament instead of an attack announce an invasion by a foreign power into an eligible province controlled by another player (the "defender").
    • The foreign invasion announcement will be made in a post in the tournament's thread on the forum, just like an attack announcement.
  • Only the following provinces are "eligible" for a foreign invasion:
    • Syria et Arabia (XV): by Arab 312 BC - 299 AD or Parthian 250 BC - 225 AD.
    • Cappadocia (XIV): by Parthian 250 BC - 225 AD.
    • Dacia et Moesia (VI): by Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD.
    • Pannonia (III): Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD or Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD.
    • Germania (VIII): by Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD.
    • Britannia (X): by Caledonian 50 -225 AD or Scots-Irish 50 BC - 476 AD.
  • The player announcing the foreign invasion does not have to neighbour the invaded province or its controlling player (e.g., the controller of Britannia (X) can announce a foreign invasion into Syria et Arabia (XV) of Arabs or Parthians, at the announcing player's free choice).
  • The player announcing the foreign invasion will decide which army list that the foreign invading force will use and will then also play the invading force as attacker during the Battle Resolution phase against the defender.
    • Standard battle settings as set out above will apply (Custom Battle with Large (1600 FP) force size, Wide map size, and map type depending on the province-at-stake of the defender).
    • Note however that for foreign invasions the following applies:
      • Open Battle is used (and not Remove the Head).
      • The attacker (and not the defender) decides the map type from among the alternatives for the invaded province in question.
      • In addition, the attacker (as side B) creates the challenge in the FoG2 Multiplayer Lobby.
      • The defender may not use allies when fighting a foreign invasion, nor may the Praetorian Guard be deployed in the battle.
      • Win criteria are the same as set out above, i.e., the player routing the enemy is considered the victor. If neither player routs the enemy, it is considered a draw and no player is neither victor nor loser.
      • The victor of a foreign invasion battle will in the next round get to make 1 additional announcement to attack (normally 2 instead of the standard 1).
        • That additional attack announcement opportunity next round can be used freely, like (and with the same possibilities and limitations as) a normal attack announcement.
      • The loser will in the next round get to make 1 announcement less, and if that leads to 0 announcements will have to stay inactive next round (unless one of his/her controlled provinces are attacked of course).
      • Should a player have been involved in more than one battle related to a foreign invasion during one and the same round, the victor and loser adjustments to the number of announcements are netted (e.g., 1 victory and 1 loss results in zero adjustment, whereas 2 victories result in 2 additional announcements to attack (3 in total then) in the next round).
      • If the Augustus (as represented by the C-in-C of the defender) is killed during battle against an invading force, the battle ends immediately with the killed Augustus as the loser and all the provinces controlled by the killed Augustus being conquered and taken over by the neighbouring player with the fewest controlled provinces (as calculated before any new such provinces as gained).
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About the provinces

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 10:02 am

Italia (I)
sea border connections: Africa (V), Graecia et Thracia (VII)
units: Praetorian Guard
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly

Dalmatia (II)
map types: Mediterranean Mountains, Mediterranean Hilly

Pannonia (III)
allies: Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD
foreign invasions: Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD, Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD
map types: North European Wooded, North European Hilly

Gallia (IV)
sea border connections: Britannia (X)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, North European Agricultural

Africa (V)
sea borderconnections: Italia (I)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly, Desert

Dacia et Moesia (VI)
allies: Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD
foreign invasions: Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD
map types: Steppe, North European Wooded, North European Marshy, North European Hilly, North European Mountains

Graecia et Thracia (VII)
sea border connections: Italia (I), Asia (XI)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly, Mediterranean Wooded, Mediterranean Mountains

Germania (VIII)
sea border connections: Britannia (X)
allies: Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD, Sarmatian 25 – 375 AD
foreign invasions: Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC – 259 AD
map types: North European Wooded, North European Marshy

Tarraconensis (IX)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Mountains

Britannia (X)
sea border connections: Gallia (IV), Germania (VIII)
foreign invasions: Caledonian 50 -225 AD, Scots-Irish 50 BC - 476 AD
map types: North European Hilly, North European Agricultural

Asia (XI)
sea border connections: Graecia et Thracia (VII)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly

Lusitania et Baetica (XII)
sea border connections: Mauretania (XIII)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural

Mauretania (XIII)
sea border connections: Lusitania et Baetica (XII)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly, Desert

Cappadocia (XIV)
allies: Armenian 331 BC – 252 AD
foreign invasions: Parthian 250 BC - 225 AD
map types: Mediterranean Mountains, Mediterranean Hilly

Syria et Arabia (XV)
allies: Arab 312 BC – 299 AD
foreign invasions: Arab 312 BC - 299 AD, Parthian 250 BC - 225 AD
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Mediterranean Hilly, Desert

Cyrenaica (XVI)
map types: Mediterranean Hilly, Desert

Aegyptus (XVII)
map types: Mediterranean Agricultural, Desert
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Round 1

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 10:15 am

Spring, year 1 (round 1)

Order of attack announcements
1. DanZanzibar (Sep. 2)
2. TomoeGozen (Sep. 3)
3. Warg1 (Sep. 4)
4. random27 (Sep. 5)
5. Doyle50 (Sep. 6)
6. XLegione (Sep. 7)
7. pompeytheflatulent (Sep. 8 )
8. rs2excelsior (Sep. 9)
9. kronenblatt (Sep. 10)

Once attack announcements have been made, battles are resolved simultaneously during a three-week period of Sep. 11 - Oct. 2 (see Battles in the rules).
(If all battles have been resolved before that, round 2 may commence earlier, but plan for first order of attack announcements on Oct. 4).

Please note that:
  • Date (midnight CET (Rome) time) above indicates deadline, after which opportunity to announce attack is forfeited and the player below may announce attack.
  • If a player above has announced an attack, then player next in line is free to announce attack to, up to his deadline.
  • A province already included as a province-at-stake in another player's attack this round may neither be attacked nor attacked from nor constitute a province-at-stake in the attack in question.
  • Example of attack announcement: kronenblatt attacks rs2excelsior's Africa (V) from Cyrenaica (XVI), with Arab 312 BC – 299 AD allies. Additional provinces-at-stake are Mauretania (XIII) and Aegyptus (XVII).
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by rs2excelsior » Tue Sep 01, 2020 12:37 pm

Looking forwards to getting this started!

One question - if everyone before us has already declared their attacks, can we go ahead and post before the date listed for us?

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 12:45 pm

rs2excelsior wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 12:37 pm
Looking forwards to getting this started!

One question - if everyone before us has already declared their attacks, can we go ahead and post before the date listed for us?
Absolutely! Good initiative! That could help speed up things a little, and keep the time table.
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by DanZanzibar » Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:20 pm

Ok in the interest of helping speed things along here we go!

Attack Declaration:

DanZanzibar attacks random27

Attacker stakes: Dalmatia
Defender stakes: Pannonia

Format look good kronenblatt?
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:28 pm

DanZanzibar wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:20 pm
Ok in the interest of helping speed things along here we go!

Attack Declaration:

DanZanzibar attacks random27

Attacker stakes: Dalmatia
Defender stakes: Pannonia

Format look good kronenblatt?
Perfect, Zan! 10/10! (We're already 1 day ahead of schedule. When did that happen in real life?)
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by DanZanzibar » Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:47 pm

kronenblatt wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:28 pm
DanZanzibar wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:20 pm
Ok in the interest of helping speed things along here we go!

Attack Declaration:

DanZanzibar attacks random27

Attacker stakes: Dalmatia
Defender stakes: Pannonia

Format look good kronenblatt?
Perfect, Zan! 10/10! (We're already 1 day ahead of schedule. When did that happen in real life?)
Oh sorry I just realized you had an example format posted and I went ahead and changed it... Didn't mean to disregard that!

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Wed Sep 02, 2020 4:33 am

DanZanzibar wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:47 pm
kronenblatt wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:28 pm
DanZanzibar wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:20 pm
Ok in the interest of helping speed things along here we go!

Attack Declaration:

DanZanzibar attacks random27

Attacker stakes: Dalmatia
Defender stakes: Pannonia

Format look good kronenblatt?
Perfect, Zan! 10/10! (We're already 1 day ahead of schedule. When did that happen in real life?)
Oh sorry I just realized you had an example format posted and I went ahead and changed it... Didn't mean to disregard that!
No probs! That was just an example of mine to get an idea. I like yours better: more more distinct and easier to understand (the only thing is that once more provinces it needs to be specified which province is being attacked since that's where the battle will stand and that will decide available map types, but that could be sorted out through posting that province FIRST among the Defender stakes.) :)
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by TomoeGozen » Wed Sep 02, 2020 7:40 am

Attack Declaration:

Tomoegozen attacks Warg1

Attacker stakes: Syria et Arabia
Defender stakes: Cappadocia

I shall be supported at this stage in my just and devinely ordained endeavour by my loyal Arab allies.(whilst they are still keen.....)

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by Warg1 » Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:10 pm

So much for our Muslim Brotherhood..may Allah forgive your transgression..perhaps your troops can ask him personally soon :)

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by Warg1 » Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:17 pm

Can defending armies use their allies ..or is that only an option for attacking?

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by rs2excelsior » Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:50 pm

Side question, since the death of a player's C-in-C is an instant loss condition, are we using the game mode where the C-in-C's death ends a battle? Can't remember exactly what it's called, but it seems like that would fit.

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by Warg1 » Thu Sep 03, 2020 12:16 am

Attack Declaration:

Warg1 attacks XLegione

Attacker stakes: Asia
Defender stakes: Dacia et Moesia

I'll be bringing my Armenian Allies for company

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Thu Sep 03, 2020 6:09 am

Warg1 wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:17 pm
Can defending armies use their allies ..or is that only an option for attacking?
Defending armies can also use their allies (unless there is a foreign invasion, in which case neither allies nor the Praetorian Guard can be used). But since defender sets up the battle in FoG2 (as Side B), he only needs to add those allies at that time (while also adding the opponent's allies, if specified in the attack declaration).
rs2excelsior wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:50 pm
Side question, since the death of a player's C-in-C is an instant loss condition, are we using the game mode where the C-in-C's death ends a battle? Can't remember exactly what it's called, but it seems like that would fit.
If that game mode differs from a 'normal' battle in that way only, then that is an excellent idea!
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by TomoeGozen » Thu Sep 03, 2020 8:18 am

Warg1 wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:10 pm
So much for our Muslim Brotherhood..may Allah forgive your transgression..perhaps your troops can ask him personally soon :)
I think this is a bit early for Islam to be around.

Sorry it was you I picked on but I couldn't start by picking on the organiser could I ? ;-) That's never a recipe for success in an event :lol:

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by random27 » Thu Sep 03, 2020 10:58 am

Attack Declaration:

random27 attacks Doyle50

Attacker stakes: Germania
Defender stakes: Tarraconensis

I ll bring germanic foot tribes allies if possible :)

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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Thu Sep 03, 2020 11:15 am

random27 wrote:
Thu Sep 03, 2020 10:58 am
Attack Declaration:

random27 attacks Doyle50

Attacker stakes: Germania
Defender stakes: Tarraconensis

I ll bring germanic foot tribes allies if possible :)
That won't work unfortunately, since the province that you attack must neighbour one of your provinces (and none must be staked in an earlier attack by another player this turn). (Your Pannonia province is currently staked in DanZanzibar's attack on you, so unavailable for attacks this turn.)

This leaves you with attacking Britannia or Gallia from Germania. So please post a new attack declaration.

But you can bring Germanic Foot Tribes allies. Some good news, at least! :)
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Re: TYME: The Year of Many Emperors - Tournament I

Post by kronenblatt » Thu Sep 03, 2020 11:19 am

Warg1 wrote:
Thu Sep 03, 2020 12:16 am
Attack Declaration:

Warg1 attacks XLegione

Attacker stakes: Asia
Defender stakes: Dacia et Moesia

I'll be bringing my Armenian Allies for company
That won't work either, since Asia doesn't neighbour Dacia et Moesia. But you can still attack XLegione in Graecia et Thracia (which neighbours Asia and isn't yet at stake this turn). So please post a new attack declaration for that, if that's what you want to do.
Arranging the The Year of Many Emperors (TYME), Dividing the Spoils (DiSp), and The West is No More (TWiNM) tournaments as well as the Ever-Green League for Field of Glory II!

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