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Post by Pakaoh on Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:33 pm

Conquer the World
Invented by Trollbrain
Developed by Trollbrain
Updated by Lord Mandos
Edited by Gargareth.
Played Around with by Boxxy and Abhi

RULES
The Rules of the Game Master
Rule 1) The word of the GM is LAW and FINAL!
Rule 2) The GM reserves the right to do anything at any time.

The GM approves turns by players and tells them whether their actions were successful or not and what the consequences were.
Game masters are responsible for supplying an empire’s population numbers and government expenditures and declaring victory or casualties in player’s battles.
The GM is responsible for making the game fair, but if a player finds something wrong with any post in the thread that the GM did not see, the player is encouraged to point it out, so check other players turns carefully!
If you believe that GM has made a mistake, you are encouraged to argue your point as this could result in events being changed. GM is quite within his rights to call Rule 1 or Rule 2 of GM at any time in this debate.
If you suspect a GM of being biased against you or any other player, post proof of bias publicly. Minor bias is to be expected though; thus it is good to be nice to the GM, as he
holds your life in his hands. Annoying the GM, whether through messenger, mail, or in game, can be punished by the GM messing up your turns, but he's a dick if he does unless you're really pissing him off.
The GM reserves the right to amend the rules of the game or add rules that were missed in order to make the rules more complete. He will generally do this after he notices someone exploiting a loophole in the rules. When this happens, the person he noticed using the loophole will be allowed to use it as it was not in the rules at the time of that person's posting, but from then on no one can use that loophole (as it is covered by the rules). However, intentionally looking for loopholes will most likely make the GM angry, and I remind you again of Rule 1 and Rule 2.

The Rules of Turns
Once the game is started, every player has 48 hours to post their turn before the GM will check the turns. Depending on the GM's schedule (he has a life too, you know), it may take more than 48 hours for him to check, approve, and post the results of turns. However, once he does, players can expect to have 48 hours to post their next turn. Please don’t leave your turn till the last minute!
If more than one turn is made per turn period, you should really delete the other one or else everyone will get real confused and stuff. It is highly likely if both turn still exists by the time the big post is posted, that the offending nation will have something dreadful happen to it, and no-one wants that. However, you can edit your turn as much as you like, but not after the time is up.

In regards to missed turns, If you miss a turn only half of the missed turn's budget will be carried over. If you miss two consecutive turns you may be replaced by another player or turned NPC should the GM wish.

The Rules of Posting
Posts should be ordered rationally, the rules of posting is that, if it makes logical sense and the GM can easily understand it and it isn’t irritating then its fine. If it annoys the GM or is impossible to understand then it’s not fine, and it is advisable to change it if the GM asks you to
or something horrible may happen.

The example below is one of the most commonly used turn structures and is very easy to understand. However when lists of any kind get very long spoilers should be used to
prevent the GM from getting annoyed.

Turn Format
[Name] – [Country/Empire] – Turn [#]


[Country 1 Name] – [Country 1 Population]
[Country 2 Name] – [Country 2 Population]
[etc...]
Total: [Population of all countries]
Government Expenditures: [what it says]


Military
Army
[Equipment 1] - [# of Equipment 1] - [total cost of Equipment 1]
[Equipment 2] - [# of Equipment 2] [total cost of Equipment 2]
[etc...]


Navy
[Naval Equipment 1] - [# of Naval Equipment 1] - [total cost of Naval Equipment 1]
[Naval Equipment 2] - [# of Naval Equipment 2] - [total cost of Naval Equipment 2]
[etc...]


Air Force
[Air Force Equipment 1] - [# of Air Force Equipment 1] - [total cost of Air Force Equipment 1]
[Air Force Equipment 2] - [# of Air Force Equipment 2] - [total cost of Air Force Equipment 2]
[etc...]

Military Personnel - [# of troops in your armed forces]


Domestic Affairs/Economy
[Explain your actions in this area]


Foreign Relations
[Explain your actions in this area]


Research
[Explain anything you are researching (can be a codename)]


Military
[Explain any purchases or changes in personnel here]
[Explain any military movements you are making here]


Summary
[Summarize your turn]

As stated above this is not the only allowable structure of writing your turn. However things that are definitely required are:-
- Budget
- Population
- Lists of all military equipment

The Rules of Military
You start with what military your country had in real life unless the GM specifies otherwise. (use Wikipedia)

Relative numbers of soldiers, artillery, tanks, etc. are required to be kept at all times and in all turns.
The recommended size of a military is 0.5% of your population. Use of less will generally benefit your economy, depending upon unemployment levels and other social factors, use of more will generally damage your economy but can be done if you can give some decent reasoning. The definition
of “decent” may vary depending on who the GM is.. Personal weaponry (the guns your soldiers carry) does not have to be defined as a particular weapon, nor does it have to be strictly paid for (unless you’re planning on kitting them out with something really special). Special-ops troops, however, can (but do not have to) be equipped with particular weapons with particular specifications at a specific cost to you (if you buy a hundred $1000 weapons, you must spend 100,000 USD from your budget.

The Rules of Attacking
You may attack as much as your military can handle in one
turn.
If an attack does not contain any specific strategy to it, it will be assumed that forces moved in a straight line into a war zone, usually ending in high casualties. If something were to go wrong in an attack for the attacker, for instance heavy resistance resulting in losses, he will
not be allowed to instantly retreat without some type of effect.

If a player has initiated battle with another player or native nation, they may continue battle through as many posts as necessary. They may not make any developmental advancement, but may only move or reorganize troops. All military sub turn posts must begin with the name of the player and their country.

For example:-
Gargareth – Mars – Military Sub-Turn

Any military sub-turns not starting as shown will be ignored.

Additionally, in order to keep other nations from getting angry at you for invading a country; it is a good idea (but not a requirement) to provide a reason for invading the aforementioned country. The UN may intervene if an attack is seen as unprovoked.

Invading a country that is a known ally of another player at the last possible moment that a turn can be handed in so that the other player is unable to help there ally is not technically against the rules however it is likely to annoy the GM and so is not advisable if at all possible.
Also, consider the difficulties of passing through other countries airspace/land to attack.

The Rules of Defending
Defenders have a slight advantage in that they can technically use their entire population to their defence with few negative effects. However, citizens will not generally fight back of their own free will, and there will be high desertion rates if they are commanded to fight, especially if they are not properly equipped and trained. If a player is under attack and does not defend themselves or post any message about it within 24 hours, then the fight will go on as if the country were an NPC country, however in this situation the defending players troops will not fight at there full strength as they are being ordered around by the generals not the actual leader. This is to prevent tiny little countries attempting to steal big countries by being sneaky.

Defenders, like attackers, can make as many posts as necessary to defend themselves with the same rules regarding the start of the post.
Support can be sent to a defending nation without taking a turn. If an ally is under attack, you may send troops to his support. You cannot move to support an attacker.
You can appeal to the Un or other powerful nations if you think an attack is completely unjustified and may receive help.

The Rules of Non-military War
Diplomacy is a tool that can be used against both native and occupied nations. The GM will determine the effectiveness of such an attack. Repeated attempts may be needed sometimes, but going for something that clearly won’t work could have negative consequences.
Players may hold all the diplomatic talks with each other as they want and do not have to disclose it to anyone. You can work together or betray all you like.
Countries may merge or gift with each other however this will almost certainly annoy the people living in the area that is being gifted and this may lead to riots. It can also reduce fighting effectiveness of an army if it has no sense of national identity.

Asking another country to merge, will not make them merge. You need to give them a good reason. And if you merge into a country that is much worse economically than you, there will be many problems to deal with and very limited budget improvement.

The Rules of Disclosure
Attacks or defences must be posted as part of your turn with full disclosure of troop numbers and types, equipment numbers and types. These attacks or defences must be written in your turn or military sub-turn.
This is in order to allow for proper judgment by the GM.
An exact method of transportation is not necessary in an attack, but a general method is needed. Troops may be transported across the world in a single turn, but the defender is allowed to attempt to stop them in transit as well. Again, remember other countries you are passing over/through.

If any special weaponry or tactics are used within battle, it must be mentioned or else it will be assumed that standard technology and tactics were used.
Development of technologies, upgrades in weaponry, upgrades in economy, or construction of weaponry must be announced to the GM. If you wish to attempt to keep your technology from appearing to the general public you may PM your design plan to the GM and
just give this a name like Project X in your turn. For something to be kept secret you must tell the GM how you are planning to keep it secret, they will decide whether
everyone finds out or not.
NOTE – If you spend vast amounts of money on something secretly NPCs will become suspicious and want to know what you are doing. The UN may even intervene if it seems very suspicious and send inspectors.

The Rules of Secrecy
Actions may be performed by privately messaging the GM, but the GM reserves the right to announce any information to the public.

Clues will be given in the case of secret missions, unless you cover your ass really well.
Secret missions can range from assassinations, to spy missions, to hijackings, to spreading of propaganda, and more.
Be reasonable with your secret actions. Sending insurgency attacks to every nation in Asia is ridiculous. Doing this, or something similar, could result in the disclosure of your actions to the public by the GM (and your disgrace).
You’ll also want to have plans put in place in an attempt to reduce damage by attacks or have plans to prevent assassination.

The Rules of Technology
You are encouraged to invent new things, but you must supply general schematics, costs, and capabilities upon usage. You cannot copy inventions made by other players in previous
games, but you may remake your own. The GM is to judge when cases of copying occur. If an invention or weapon already exists in the real world, it may be used, though a link to
its schematics and capabilities are required. Inventions that were previously made but not popularly known are also protected. To upgrade an invention, explanation is required for how it
was updated and to what effect. When creating a new invention, give it an ETA when you post
it. The first turn you post it, when approving your turn the GM will tell you if your ETA is correct and, if not, what it should be. This ETA will go down one per turn.

Other Nations
Other nations exist - usually you invade them, but they also fight back. Nations will commonly form organizations to resist invaders and will even invade their enemies. In the chaos that a CTW causes in the world, things happen. The GM will regularly post world events as he checks turns.
Currently existing international alliances and agreements will continue their existence unless they are nullified by the GM.
Be careful of who you invade and for what reason, as your doings will effect your diplomatic relations with the rest of the world.

Miscellaneous Rules
Geneva Protocols and other human-rights issues should be followed in war if you don't want everyone angry with you.
Internal disasters are up to the GM to decide.
Rules are subject to change depending on who the GM is.
If you try to spend your entire budget on weapons, something bad may well happen to your country.
Editing your turn is perfectly fine, as long as you do so before the official ending time of the turn (9:00 PM GMT) and notify the GM of the edit.
You may forge alliances with other players here and through PM as much want to, but any actual actions (free trade agreement, military support) must be included in your turn.
God Modding is serious and will almost always end in an internal disaster in your country.

This game was created by Trollbrain, and developed over time and through experience by everyone else. Even so, Trollbrain deserves much of the blame for everything that goes wrong.
Give Trollbrain money.
Heil Ateb an' VICTORY

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Re: CTW - Awakening

Post by Pakaoh on Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:47 pm

2018
The world and NATO were unable to stop Russia from annexing the whole of Ukraine in 2015, plunging the East and West into yet another war of economic sanctions and diplomatic name-calling. The United States and Europe have since almost completely isolated the Russian economy from their own, forcing the Russian and Chinese governments into an unprecedented level of economic and diplomatic cooperation. The European Union, lead by the German government, has unified its military forces in response to renewed Russian aggression. Meanwhile, in the Middle East, ISIS' rise and fall from the world stage has sent ripples through the entire region. The Islamic state is not completely defeated, but they have been held at bay and are very quickly losing the support to infighting and disagreement between the various factions within. Only time will tell what will ultimately become of ISIS and the Middle East in General.....


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Post by Pakaoh on Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:47 pm

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Re: CTW - Awakening

Post by Zeek21 on Fri Sep 26, 2014 10:54 pm

Not sure if you want me to post here yet or not. but im down. gonna need quite a bit of help getting started and help understanding everything, but seems interesting and fun, Kind of reminds me of Cyber nations mixed with, Civilizations and risk lol

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Post by Pakaoh on Sat Sep 27, 2014 7:38 pm

That's fine. I'll post some example turns and I need everyone to pick a color to be represented by on the map

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Post by Zeek21 on Sun Sep 28, 2014 4:42 pm

Sweet thanks. I will choose the color blue

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Re: CTW - Awakening

Post by Dresden on Sun Oct 05, 2014 12:55 am

I got Green

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Wizard's First Rule: People can be made to believe any lie, either because they want to believe it's true, or because they are afraid it's true.
Wizard's Second Rule: The greatest harm can result from the best intentions.
Wizard's Third Rule: Passion rules reason.
Wizard's Fourth Rule: There is Magic to heal. In the forgiveness you grant, and more so in the forgiveness you recieve.
Wizard's Fifth Rule: Mind what people do, not only what they say, for deeds will betray a lie.
Wizard's Sixth Rule: The only sovereign you can allow to rule you is reason.
Wizard's Seventh Rule: Life is the future, not the past.
Wizard's Eighth Rule: Talga Vassternich (Deserve Victory)
Wizard's Ninth Rule: A contradiction can not exist in reality. Not in part, nor in whole.
Wizard's Tenth Rule: Willfully turning aside from the truth is treason to one's self.

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