1205Re: [ukpbm] Re: the "Badly Written" rule
- Oct 3, 2003In message <001101c38923$a63297a0$a8b1a43e@tinypc>, Bruce Edwards
>The point I would like to make is the situation where the player isThat's exactly why Nick Kinzett says it's GM intervention.
>deliberately trying to mislead his neighbours!
>Taking Mike's example - if I ordered F Bul > Con when it was actually
>an army, I would probably be rather put out if the Army was moved when
>my intention was to pretend to Austria or Russia that I was pulling back!
>Writing 'deliberate misorder' every time simply defeats the object of
>So if I was to order:
>F Bul > Con
>Mike would move my Army but if I ordered:
>F Bul > Con (deliberate misorder)
>then Mike would see my intention is to deceive - and not a mistake in
>writing the order!!
the tactic though doesn't it.
>Yes but most badly written orders are just sloppy ordering - things like
>I think it would be good if GMs were to point out errors to players,
>especially new players! You can't learn from your mistakes if you don't
>know what mistakes you made!!!
Bul-Con; or not specifying a country when supporting that country's
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