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  1. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    I'm fully supportive of such a collaboration - would help resolve the manpower shortages afflicting all three sub-forums. Hope things can be established soon, there's much potential!
  2. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    Good lord, that makes me feel very old indeed :P I was indeed in that game, playing as a mega-Sicilian empire, if I recall correctly. Indeed, the Alliance section, and its own frequent inactivity,...
  3. Thread: Barry's Bar

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    Not quite - the problem with a creating an fourm all to IH's self is that we're never going to get fresh meat. I would suggest relocating to another popular gaming/history forum (e.g. Paradox), where...
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    At the castigation of Fry, I return! Probably not for very long though, as Uni (I'm off to Oxford to study History) begins in just over a month. I'll do what I can to help revive things here while I...
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    Re: Claims Thread (Part 1: AOR Claims)

    1 - Persia
    2 - Anatolia
    3 - Syria

    Rather tentative, as I still don't have a character in mind, but will hopefully come up with something soon.
  6. [WEF 1845] The Administration of President Charles Lamberth

    The Administration of President Charles Lamberth



    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/00/WHOportTyler.jpg/300px-WHOportTyler.jpg...
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    Re: [WEF 1845] Registration Thread

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_3CtUhdIuqWo/TTRMJkbE2SI/AAAAAAAAA7Q/KKujnyq_eqE/s400/220px-Tudor_rose_svg.png

    Ay, every inch a king.
    (4.6.122), King Lear

    WIP...
  8. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    Hey all. Exams not fully completed, still got one on the 17th, but the important ones concluded. Will catch up on what's happened and finish up the Lamberths, although I'm still not likely to be...
  9. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    I'll draw up a brief outline of the Lamberth family just to help you out. Naturally when I come back in June, this shall be properly fleshed out:



    Edward Charles Lamberth (1742-1810)
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    James...
  10. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    Ah great, that may be useful for some of my democrat Lamberths. My general intentions were for the family to become increasingly divided, between moderate pro-slavery elements maintaining Edward's...
  11. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    That could work. I can definitely see Lamberth I as a major figure in the Society, in addition to other, Jefferson-esque post-presidential projects, before dying in the 1810s or so.

    The general...
  12. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    There's no mention of it in the timeline, but has the colonisation of Liberia precoded as OTL? I always had in mind the Lamberths continually pushing for 'repatriation' over the decades, possibly...
  13. Re: WEF 3.0 19th-Century Iteration Planning Thread

    Hey chaps, sorry for my inactivity recently. Will probably not be able to frequent these fourms much until the end of June, due to exams. Nonetheless, I would be eager to stake a claim for the...
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    Re: Diadochi OOC

    Hey chaps, sorry for dropping of the face of the earth as Perdiccas. I think Aetius is making a far better job of it than I could have done though, so better leave him to it.

    Indeed, I may prefer...
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    Re: Where Eagles Fly 3.0 - The 1792 Edition

    Eh I'm somewhat hesitant with this time-skip, if only because I'm not sure which camp to through my successor, James Lamberth, into :p I had in mind a pro-slavery, nativist bigot who nonetheless...
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    Re: Diadochi OOC

    Oh bollocks :P Thanks for the heads up.
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    Re: Diadochi OOC

    Sorry, timezones and all that. But yeah, if something major does happen in the twilight hours, I'm happy for Aetius to sub in for an evening, just to handle damage control.
  18. Re: [WEF 3.0 1792] The Administration of President Hammitt Poole

    Lamberth nodded, pausing for thought.

    'I see the validity in trialling those rebels who fought at Legionville, alongside the senior leaders and lieutenants of this rebellion. Let those men go...
  19. Re: [WEF 3.0 1792] The Administration of President Hammitt Poole

    'Good afternoon, your Excellency.' replied Lamberth. The Vice-President sat opposite President Poole, the desk dividing them. Peering over the paperwork, Lamberth was glad that Poole had so quickly...
  20. Re: [WEF 3.0 1792] The Administration of President Hammitt Poole

    Vice-President Lamberth arrived at the Presidential Offices in Philadelphia, eager to speak to the President. Of particular concern was the fate of the Whiskey rebels, alongside America's relations...
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    Sticky: Re: [WEF 3.0] OOC

    As Vice-President, I think I'm beginning to sympathise with Adams' famous quote - 'My country has in its wisdom contrived for me the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived...
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    Re: [WEF 3.0 1792] Announcements Thread

    In one of his first political writings, the young son of Edward Charles Lamberth, James Lamberth, a recent graduate of the College of William and Mary in Willamsburg, pens his own contribution to the...
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    Perdiccas


    In Bablyonia...
    http://www.bible-history.com/babylonia/BABYLONA.gif
    Babylon, the capital of the Empire

    With his rule over the heartland of Alexander's empire secured, Perdiccas...
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    'I certainly do not propose to throw away Arrhidaeus, noble Strageos. Certainly he should retain those honours and privileges befitting his ancestry, already greatly administered by the personal...
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    'Ah, forgive me, Seleucus, I was not fully aware of the friendliness of Armenia and Atropetene. In that case, as long as they maintain their due ties and loyalties to the Empire, then certainly,...
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    Re: Diadochi OOC

    I support this, for natural reasons :P

    Also I think it may be a good idea to reduce the 'New Administration' penalty for certain Diadochi who have been governing their lands since before the start...
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    Perdiccas stood, his ire at the manoeuvrings and earlier insults of Antigonus carefully concealed.

    'As Cassander's proposal seems to have the backing of the majority of this Council, I shall...
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    I would think that Congress just wouldn't bother with a Maroon Territory. But the time the issue is broached, they would be dispersed across the Northwest, and I doubt anyone would really be willing...
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    Re: Diadochi Alliances [Rules]

    Actually if possible, I would like to offer Aetius Perdiccas instead. I'm struggling to marshal the time or the patience to play such a central character. I could possibly take Seleucus if you want,...
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    Re: [WEF 3.0 1792] Signup Thread

    http://library.columbia.edu/content/libraryweb/locations/cuarchives/presidents/johnson_william/_jcr_content/layout_par_main_1/image_v2.img.jpg/1369065314023.jpg


    Name: Edward Charles Lamberth...
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    'I certainly do not advocate against Philip's cause out of any personal dislike or motive - merely that I perceive, as many do, the preferability of Alexander. Certainly I would the first to stand in...
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    With most of the major figures of the Empire assembled, beyond Eumenes, the late Alexander's private sectary, Perdiccas took the momentum and rose from his seat, preparing to address the Diadochi on...
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    Indeed - or alternatively, if it were called Columbia, there wouldn't be a need for a district appendix.
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    I don't see much of a problem with that. Columbia is certainly the most plausible, as a poetical name for the Country, so I'll definitely vote for it.
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    I think the alternative name they were considering OTL was Columbia, and I would go for that instead, despite South Carolina.
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    I think the majority have gone with Kip for GW, so I'll withdraw from the hypothetical presidential running and focus on Adams.

    Also, my other votes:
    AH: E. Massie
    TJ: J. Eggers
    PH: H. Wallace
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    Re: The Partition of Babylon

    Perdiccas and his brother, Alketas, entered the throne room with little pomp and circumstance. They arrived with great solemnity and quietness, paying their respects to Alexander, their King....
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    Oh yeah? Well two can play at that game! :P

    http://i.imgur.com/tEsGZQN.png
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    Yeah I can see where you are coming from - certainly I see Lamberth as the 'venerable elder statesman' of Congress. Perhaps best put him on the tally for GW, then, and let the community decide, while...
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    Re: WEF 3.0 Future Iteration Planning Thread

    I'll be sticking with Lamberth, and go for 1792. I'm not exactly sure what role he could really play. I intended him as a Federalist, but he's proven far too moderate to take Hamilton, unless...
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