Questions tagged [diplomacy]

A highly strategic war-game which focuses on negotiations between players. Many opportunities to form, manipulate, and break secret alliances.

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Can a Diplomacy player pick and choose which unit to support?

This question brought back memories of a situation that occurred to me about 40 years ago. (I haven't played much Diplomacy since then.) I was playing France, worried about England and Germany, and ...
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How does playing for "survivor" work in a Diplomacy tournament?

I've never seen the following happen in an informal game, but tournaments appear to be different. There, a player that is "hopelessly" lost may make a deal with another player to hand over ...
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Diplomacy - dislodged unit still disrupts another?

The scenario: Turkish army in Moscow move to St Petersburg Turkish army in Livonia support Moscow to St Petersburg English army in St Petersburg hold English army in Prussia move to Livonia ...
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Over-success when holding in Diplomacy

What happens if an army is holding and has more support than an army attacking it? It didn't say in the copy of the rules on Wikipedia.
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In Diplomacy, can a fleet in a coastal province be used to convoy?

The situation I had in mind was that in Spring, 1901 Italy orders army, Venice to Albania. The Austrian Fleet Trieste does a convoy, since the fleet in the Trieste coastal region is adjacent to both ...
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Diplomacy rule application

The Diplomacy rules state that In some rare cases, orders are written so that an Army could arrive at its destination either by land or convoy. When this happens, the following qualifiers apply: ...
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Diplomacy question involving a convoy

An army is being convoyed, with a force of 2, into a coastal region where there is an opposing fleet. The opposing fleet(moving) is attempting to dislodge the convoy, with a force of 2. The convoying ...
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Where can I play diplomacy online? [closed]

I'm wanting to start an in-office game of diplomacy - the requirements are: Can restrict game to one turn per day. If people don't make a move (they are a way), some default action is taken. Moves ...
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Bouncing and moving in Diplomacy

Specifically, if an invading fleet wanted to move from Naples to Rome, but the move was blocked by another fleet trying to move into Rome from the Tyrrhenian Sea, could a third player with a fleet in ...
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Attack/defense diplomacy [duplicate]

So England has attacked Denmark with a fleet in the Skagaric support from Helgoland Bigbt and the North Sea. Russia has attacked the Skagaric from the Baltic Sea and with support from Sweden and the ...
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If unit A attacks unit B (which was attacking unit C) does the attack on B by A stop the attack on C by B? [duplicate]

Let's say an English fleet has orders to attack Denmark from Skagarac, with plenty of support to take it. However, a Russian fleet attacks the English fleet from the Baltic Sea, with plenty of support ...

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