The many Perils of Leadership

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The many Perils of Leadership

#1 Post by GIJoe597 » Aug 28 2017

Long story short; I finally had a game where Great Britain was not invaded and France held long enough for me to assemble a force. I was able to land at Saint-Nazaire shortly after it fell and capture it. From there we pushed out and was able to eventually defeat Germany. Shortly thereafter, Austria-Hungary declared war on me. I was able to defeat them. War in Europe is over in March,1926. I am cleaning up the German colonies in Africa and the Pacific when Jun 30th rolls around. I lose the election. Game over.
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#2 Post by golden.pole » Aug 30 2017

I'm surprised that there was no option for you to remain in power, via dictatorship etc.

If you have time, could you continue your Macedonia let's-play or start a new one with a very small country? Nail-biters are the best to watch.
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#3 Post by GIJoe597 » Aug 30 2017

Hello golden.pole. I could have continued as a dictatorship, but that was not what the game was about. It would not have been my USA under a dictatorship.

The Macedonia game was done in SR2020. I have not done any recording or SR2020 playing in a long time now. SRU and GW have been keeping me busy. I do plan on starting a new AAR with SRGW. I wanted to wait until GW was incorporated into SRU (DLC) and have at least one more "patch/update" before I started.
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#4 Post by Neverwalk » Jul 01 2018

I read this article and got a lot of knowledge.

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#5 Post by SteamSupreme » Jul 02 2018

I suppose it is good the game has to end sometime.

I was surprised when I first learned Winston Churchill lost his 1945 election after what he did with inspiring leadership :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Ki ... tion,_1945

"The result of the election came as a major shock to the Conservatives,[3] given the heroic status of Winston Churchill, but reflected the voters' belief that the Labour Party were better able to rebuild the country following the war than the Conservatives."

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#6 Post by bowtie » Jul 03 2018

GIJoe597 wrote:
Aug 28 2017
Long story short; I finally had a game where Great Britain was not invaded and France held long enough for me to assemble a force. I was able to land at Saint-Nazaire shortly after it fell and capture it. From there we pushed out and was able to eventually defeat Germany. Shortly thereafter, Austria-Hungary declared war on me. I was able to defeat them. War in Europe is over in March,1926. I am cleaning up the German colonies in Africa and the Pacific when Jun 30th rolls around. I lose the election. Game over.
I actually burst out laughing, this is hilarious.

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#7 Post by Balthagor » Jul 03 2018

But you go down in history as the greatest president they ever had! :D
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#8 Post by GIJoe597 » Jul 03 2018

GIJoe, greatest American... President..
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#9 Post by bowtie » Jul 04 2018

LOL

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