Initial registration for Civil War Online 2013 (CWOL 2013) closed on 11 February. Team rosters have been posted at this link . Registration for late applicants will remain open (see below) but placement will be heavily influenced by the needs of the game for balance and other factors considered by the Game Administrators.
The current status of the CWOL 2013 start events will be listed on the GA Announcements forum at: http://www.holf.org/guild/drupal1/forum/56
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T15 has been run and all players should have results to review. End of Campaign reports will be issued in roughly 24 hours after players have had time to check reports for any issues.
Once EOC reports are issued, winners will be announce and the required one-week break from game action will commence. Further details about the schedule for the Fall of 1797 will be released then.
Sorry all, thought this went through the first time.
T14 was run and all should have received reports. T15 will be MONDAY (5/20) at 9 PM EST. DOWS are due Saturday (today) by 9PM.
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The next thing we need is blue-water ships. Code work is fairly far along on that, but it's not ready for a test game yet. Soon, I hope.
Getting the blue-water ship code working is more important than revisions to the land combat module, at this point. Thus, although I hope the postgame discussion will be a fruitful source of suggestions for improving land combat, you should anticipate that those suggestions will be held for a time while naval (and probably economic) code work gets done.
The Union won the battle at Fredericksburg, and the momentum from this win carried it as far south as Richmond. On the one hand, this is probably realistic. It was not at all rare in the West for an army to advance 50 or 100 miles after winning a battle, and the distance from Fredericksburg to Richmond is only about 60 miles.