Epic Thirty-eight: Slavetrader Mayan ECC - Reports and Discussion
February 22 2004 at 8:48 PM
(Login Grizelda) Realms Beyond Administrator from IP address 18.104.22.168
You all know the drill by now, right? If your reports are done, you can post them here.
If you're not done playing, you have until Monday night to complete your game. You have until Tuesday night to post your reports.
If you won't be done playing by Monday night, save your game and post a summary of its status, and for the record it will be considered a "retired" game. You can then take some extra time to complete your game "off the record", and you are still welcome to report on how it went when you are finished.
If you are done with your game, but won't be done with your report by Tuesday night, you want to post at least a game summary by the reporting deadline. Make sure your summary includes all information relevant to the scoring. For this Epic, that would be finish date and type of victory (or loss). I'm sure people would also be interested in how many cities you were able to acquire, and in what era they were built.
Players who post a summary report are encouraged, but not required, to complete a full report whenever they are able.
I can't wait to read theses reports. I hope that you enjoyed this game.
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