Diplomacy – Fall 1901

The close of the first year is here! Let’s see how each faction fared.

Spring 1901 | Fall 1901 | Spring 1902

The overview of the map as it currently stands at the start of Fall 1901

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England: Both of its fleets head north to Norway and the Norwegian Sea. By the end of the year, the supply depot is captured by England.

As for its single army, it heads to Wales.

The extra supply depot allows England to produce an army in London.

France: The French army in Picardy moves into Belgium with support from the army in Burgundy.

As for the fleet in the Mid-Atlantic Ocean, it decides to dock in Portugal.

The extra supply depots give France the ability to produce a fleet in Brest and an army in Marseilles.

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Germany: The army in Munich decides to hold in case of a French invasion from Burgundy.

The fleet in Kiel moves into Holland to capture the supply there.

The final army in Berlin moves into Prussia, giving space for a new army to be produced in Berlin.

Italy: Orders both of its armies to hold ground while its fleet moves and captures Tunis.

With the extra supply depot it produces a new unit in Naples.

Austria-Hungary: Orders its fleet in the Adriatic Sea and army in Rumania to hold position.

While its other army in Vienna moves into Budapest.

Budapest an empty territory holds the first skirmish of Austria-Hunary and Russia. The result is the Austro-Hungarian army returns to Vienna and the Russian army returns to Galicia.

With the supply from Rumania, The empire creates a new army in Budapest.

Russia: The fleet in the Gulf of Bothnia moves into Sweden to capture it.

The army in Galicia stays in it after failing to capture Budapest.

The fleet in Sevastopol sets sail into the Black Sea.

While the army in Moscow moves into Sevastopol.

With the extra supply, Russia creates another fleet along the southern coast of St. Petersburg.

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Turkey: performs more actions then last year as its armies get into gear.

The army in Constantinople moves into Bulgaria to capture the territory.

Unfortunately there is an issue against in the communications and both units in Ankara and Smyrna attempt to move into Constantinople and are forced to move back into their starting positions.

With the new supply, Turkey decides to build a fleet in Constantinople.

Below is the final overview of the results!

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