Lords of the Earth Campaign 19

Turn 02: Anno Domini 906 - 910

Industrial Stage Zero: The Middle Ages

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A somethings to note:

The first thing is the cultivation build from the first turn is a permentant change of the terrian type from what it was to cultivation. It will now fall under the rules of a cultivated region from now on.

The second thing when writing your actions for your leader this: DP + 4. States for you are spenting the diplomacy amount with an addition 4 actions of support for a total of 8 leader actions spent on the diplomacy action. If that's not what you mean then start writing it like this: DP + 0.

The third thing just so everyone knows diplomatic marries do nothing for diplomatic relations. So if you were counting on it to give you a high bonus guess what, the Bonus is a big fat 0. The only diplomatic marriage allowed is that of an ally marrying a princess to be named as a prince of the nation. (BL of a 2 is needed for this to happen.)

The fourth thing is when building in region they you control at Non-Paying Tribute please note the rules I have posted on the rules page. They are what you will follow.

The last thing for this turn is, if you did not get a turn it's due to the fact you owe money. I will not sent a turn until the negative balance has been paid in full.

- Steven Olson

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I have made a few alterations to the maps. These will only be reflected on maps you get from me.

  1. Move the border between the Bay of Biscay and the Celtic Sea north, so that it is possible to move directly between the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay. Brittany no longer borders the Celtic Sea.
  2. The Dvina and Dnepr rivers no longer connect. The current border is now the northen end of the Dnepr. The Dvina extends only as far south as the Kur-Polotsk border. A level 3 canal can be built to connect the rivers.
  3. The Grand Canal in China has not be built. So the rivers of the Yangtze and Yellow don't connect.
  4. Another change it's in the Black Sea. Most will notice that there's a Black Sea and Mare Negri (French for Black Sea). Mare Negri is now called Western Black Sea. And the Black Sea half is now Eastern Black Sea.

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Infantry (200 men = 1 point)
Cavalry (200 men and 200 horse = 1 point)
Siege Engineers (200 men = 1 point)
Warships (2 ships = 1 point)
Transports (2 ships = 1 point)


Northern Europe

Erik the Sheepish
Effects: none
Erik was so distort with his cousin rebelling that he just could not do anything.

Map changes: none.

Rolf Redhand Effects: none
Rolf Redhand was waiting for some nice, kind and caring player to come along and help run his nation.

Map changes: none

Effects: Norway (nt)
Gokstad traveled with his new heir, Trehnt. It was figured that the both of them would get a better result but due to the fact that Gokstad did not stay as long he was only half as effective. They did gain the next status quo though. Gokstad returned home leaving Trehnt in Norway.

Gokstad returned with news neither good nor bad of the peace talks that were held in Norway. He and his wife tried to have children but did not succeed.

Oseberg, being given the title of warlord a great step down from what he once held, was ordered to go and explore the icy waters called the Arctic Sea. Due to the hostile and treasous waters it was thought of as dead mans water. Actually it was no greater to sail then the Freya bank it just takes longer due to all the ice floats. He returned knowing it was waste of time to go map something that was already on the charts in his ship's captian cabin.

Map changes: none.

Olof Skutkonung of Uppsala
Effects: Halland (ne)
Olof Skutkonung traveled to Halland and talked for seven months and even married a local woman, but none of this helped his peace talks with the locals. He returned home and ruled over his nation.

Halland was downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support a leader for the region. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: none.

Aesc, King of England
Effects: Anglia (f), Mercia (ea), Northumbria (a), Wessex (ea)
Aesc stayed in Northumbria and successfully talked a treaty that named the local lord as it's leader. In the ground work for this alliance no promises were made and none were asked for.

Oswald was left to rule over the kingdom once again. His place on the chair next to the throne was hard and a little on the rickety side. After a few month of sitting upon this chair he discovered that with the papers being handed to him to read that after he had read them they could be used to soften the seat and level out the one shorter leg. He was happy to get off the chair whenever it was most effective for him to be standing.

Oswald was wed on a fine morning in the year 907. He and his new wife were the first in his family line to have a son. Their son was born in 908. And then in the fall of 909, they were blessed with a daughter.

Osoric traveled to the allied land of Anglia. Once there he began talks with the local lord as to what the kingdom was looking for from the land. The lord agreed to the terms as written. No demand was made since they had already built a sea facing city in his land. He signed the treaty giving his lands with the army that was mustered to King Aesc and his heirs.

Mercia and Wessex were downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support leaders for the regions. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: none.

Western Europe

Otto IV, Herzog of Saxony, King of Germany
Effects: Lorraine (ne)
Otto IV stayed in Lorraine and got nothing better. 'Damn, my government.' he thought to himself. He returned home and ran his nation. His wife died not but three months after they had returned home. He grieved over her grave for nearly two years. He had fallen that much in love with her.

Lorraine was downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support a leader for the region. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: none.

Robert (II) the Pious, King of West Francia
Effects: Ponthieu (fa)
Robert the Pious with his trusted friend, Lord Peter, traveled into Vermandois where they meet up with Duke John. The three of them then traveled into Ponthieu. Robert being a young man still soon married a local noble's daughter. The talks the three of them did soon ended. A treaty which spelled out the grounds of the military alliance the lord of Ponthieu agreed to was sign and the three of them returned to their homes with good feeling about the future.

Prince Rudolph stayed in the homeland to run the nation with whatever ability he has. He did wed so he could father children. It was the year 908. His wife was ill with a fever. The healer said there was nothing he could do for her. Rudolph having his wife laying on her deathbed and a nation to run returned with hard heart back to the throne room. He was informed two weeks later that his wife had just passed on.

Map changes: none

Rudolph III, King of Burgundy
Effects: Lyonnais (ne), Provence (ne), Swabia (ea), Switzerland (t)
Rudolph III did a quick talk with the locals of Provence before heading home. He did nothing to affect their way of thinking towards the Frankonia government. Once head he ruled over his nation.

William Friedrich talked in Switzerland for awhile, which was a really bad idea for he actually made the support downgrade from an economic alliance to a paying tribute. He then traveled to Lyonnais where his talks just end right back where they began. The government could not support the action so he returned home having done nothing to help the nation only hindered it. He and his wife could not even have children correctly.

Lyonnais and Swabia were downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support leaders for these regions. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: none.

Effects: Bavaria (ne), Franconia (ne)
Sviatopluk Govner buried his wife in Franconia in the spring of 908. His talks finish with him having no effect on the locals. He might as well stayed at home and guarded the castle walls with a toothpick for all the good his peace talks did him.

Ivan Gorvcheck talked in Bavaria until his death in 907. He left a widow but no children. He had no effect on the locals of Bavaria.

Map changes: none.

Francisco II, King of Navarre
Effects: none
Francisco II stayed where he was and ruled over his struggling nation.

Map changes: none.

Rolema I, King of Verona
Effects: Carinthia (nt), Liguria (nt)
Rolema I traveled across the mountains into Liguria and talked with the locals. After nearly five years there he finally got a non-paying treaty from a local leader.

Kali traveled across into the land called Carinthia. Once there his talks with the locals yielded a non-paying tribute treaty. With it in his pocket it was time to return home but he was so tired he stayed, well must due to the fact that it was the fall of 910.

Map changes: none.

Mustafa ibn Rabin, Sultan of Sicily
Effects: none
Sultan Mustafa ibn Rabin rested and watched over his nation.

Map changes: none.

Eastern Europe

Effects: none
Siakhau and his heir stayed very close to home.

Map changes: none.

Van Lierden, King of Poland
Effects: Bialoweza (fa), Little Poland (nt)
King Van Lierden tried to have a child before traveling into Little Poland. He talked with the locals in Little Poland for awhile and returned home. He and his wife tried to have another child but failed. He returned to Little Poland and finished out his time there gaining a non-paying tribute treaty from them.

Sika traveled down into Bialoweza and talked with the locals he wandered into Volhynia and Little Poland before returning to hear what the locals of Bialoweza thought. They liked the idea of a government and signed a military alliance with the new up and running government.

Map changes: none.

Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev
Effects: Chernigov (nt), Polotsk (ne)
Vladimir gathered up what army he has and traveled into Polotsk. Once there he married a local noble, got lucky the noble was a female and yes he did check. After the wedding his talks with the people of Polotsk wasn't any better then if he did not marry. So he talked and nearing his time he got an agreement that they would not attack and kill him as he left.

Vladimir returned home just in time for his wife gave birth to a son in the fall of 910.

The cousin of Vladimir traveled up into Chernigov. Once there he talked with the locals and spent as much time as he could getting to know everyone who dealt with this lands governing. At the end of his time the locals agreed to a non-paying tribute to the Prince of Kiev. He returned to Kiev with the signed treaty.

Map changes: none.

Demetrius, Eastern Roman Empire
Effects: Bithnia (fa), Lydia (c)
Sosthenes traveled over into Bithnia. Once there he talked with the leader of the land and was even surprised when Demetrius showed up and married a local. But his talks did not get affected. In the end he got a signed treaty for a military alliance. His death in 910 ended his rein as the emporer.

Demetrius after being married over in Bithnia returned and was even lucky enough to have and son in 908 and then another son in 910.

The new general-in-arms traveled across to the land of Lydia. He laid claim to the lands and rested on the beach for the next four years.

Map changes: none.


The Middle East

Sa'id ad Dawla Sa'id
Effects: Aleppo (f, rebelled n), Carhae (t), Jordan (t, rebelled n), Levant (ea), Mansura (fa, rebelled aw)
Sa'id ad Dawla Sa'id traveled to the far off land of Mansura. His talks were going great until they learned that he force taxes. They instantly killed him and lyed his body so there were no bones to even bury. They formed their own nation.

Ahamed ad Dawla Sa’id sat down on the throne and ruled. Reports came in when the forced tax was sent out. The locals of Aleppo and Jordan removed themselves from the nation even quicker then they were willing to join it.

Map changes: none.

Asrasha, Emir of Emirs, Protector of the Baghdad Caliph
Effects: none
Asrasha wandered around like he had something to do but he just did not know what it was.

Akmechel ibn Asrasha and his wife were in the effect of producing a family a daughter was born in 906. And they were not blessed with another birth.

Map changes: none.


Ahmad Arslan, Kara Khan
Effects: none
Ahmad Arslan rested at home and watched the world go by.

Map changes: none.


Vijayapala, Emporer of India
Effects: Avanti (nt), Chitor (fa), Gujerat (fa), Surashtra (fa)
Vijayapala traveled back from Tarain going through Vatsa to activate his military alliance with the leader of Vatsa. He returned home and began to rule over his nation.

Apalajay traveled down to the land of Gujerat and talked to the locals about the opportunity to join the growing Empire of Kaunaj. The locals did see a great nation being formed and was greatly interested in joining. An alliance was signed be it only a militry one but it was still an alliance.

Alapajay continued his journey on to Surashtra. Once there he talked with the locals about the growth of the empire. They saw that their neighbor was willing so they also thought they could also do the same. So a treaty gaining the alliance of the military service of Surashtra to the empire until the day can be had when they can be fully assumed into the empire.

General Jaya was sent to bring the lands of Chitor and Avanti into the empire. He first went to Chitor. His talks of peace and the empire brought the people of Chitor the thrill of greatness. They willing signed an alliance treaty that assigned a military force to be at the beck and call of the Emporer.

Jaya next and last stop was in Avanti. Here his talks did not have as much fire but they did have enough to bring the people of Avanti to a non-paying tribute to the Emporer.

The leaders of Jaunpur and Uttar Pradesh were ready for any attacks or fights that might come against the empire during these times of growth.

Map changes: none.

Mahatmasamhatman, Raja of Bengal
Effects: none
Mahatmasamhatman stayed in Maghada and defended the land from attacks.

Ramahatsalama rested where he was.

Map changes: none.

Chakrabandhu, Rajasraya, Rajakesarivarman Arunmorivarman
Effects: none
Sunil died in the summer of 907.

Chakrabandhu became the ruler of the Mandalam in 907.

Map changes: none.

Indochina and Indonesia

Viaya Sri Harivarman II
Effects: none
Viaya stayed where he was.

Map changes: none.

East Asia

Warlord Ming, King of the Tanguts
Effects: none
Warlord Ming mourned over the lose of his heir. He sat on his throne heavy hearted.

Map changes: none.

Effects: none
Mog-Jong's slumper had not totally left his system he was slow on running his nation.

Map changes: none.

Takama San, Kanpuku of the Bakufu
Effects: Shimane (t)
Takama San traveled to Shimane and talked his way into a paying tribute for his nation.

Takomo San stayed in the homeland and ruled over the now growing nation. He and his wife failed to have any children. So he then finished off his time defending the homeland against any attacks against it.

Map changes: none.

Wu-Lang, King of Hupei
Effects: none
Wu-Lang wandered around his small nation looking for things to do. He had gained himself a partner to run his growth.

Fu-Wung, a loyal friend of Wu-Lang's, ran the nation for him while he was wandering his nation. Map changes: none.

Chen, Emperor of the Middle Kingdom
Effects: none
Chen having no income could not pay for his support costs. He lost everything that needed the money. His new government failed, troops just walked off. and some of his public areas had to be removed to pay for the others. It was a low day in the nation.

Map changes: none.


Polynesia and Australia

Effects: Kepeluan (f), Sulawesi (f)
Yabnagu traveled once again to Kepeluan. He watched the founding and finishing of the Kapa port fortress to guard against attacks. The people liked the way the Seahold was taking an interest in them. So when Yabnagu was ready to leave he presented a peace treaty. They agreed that everything was agreable and signed thefriendly treaty. He returned home with it.

Kargu finished the peace talks in Sulawesi in the summer of 910. They had reached an agreement that the lands would become friendly to the Seahold. Karga returned home.

Map changes: The port fortress of Kapa was built on the Kepeluan seahold.

Effects: Goolbura (ne)
Marrogin and his wife finally had a child. it was nearly nine years in the making but it did happen in 908 they were blessed with the birth of a daughter.

Naroola traveled to Goolbura and talked to them for awhile. He married but it still did not help or even change their demand that he will be allowed a 3 minute head start run back where he belongs. Naroola and his new wife failed to have any children.

Map changes: none.

Effects: Akaroa (a)
Adalena stayed in the homeland and ran her nation. She watched her children grow and even welcomed another daughter, who was born in 907. And then in 909, she had yet another daughter.

Kinsey traveled back to Akaroa and talked the locals into appointing a leader for themselves. This new leader signed an alliance treaty. Kinsey died a few days later.

Map changes: none.


Northern Africa

Nasir ad Dawla
Effects: Algeria (nt), Kabilya (nt)
Nasir ad Dawla stayed at home and ruled over the nation. He watched the growth of his small nation with his personal guard watching over him.

Badis ad Dawla traveled into Kabilya and talked the locals into a non-paying tribute. They liked having a close neighbor was the more likely reason why they agreed. He then continued on into Algeria where he did the same thing. He talked the locals into a non-paying tribute to the nation. He finally traveled into Cheliff where he stopped.

Map changes: none.

Al-Hakim 'the Mad', Caliph in Cairo
Effects: Mansura (hm)
Al-Hakim did not like the idea of a nation forcing it's people to pay taxes. They should be willing to support the nation they belong to and not have the collector kicking in doors and taking what gold the people had saved. He will see this nation destoried before ever belonging to it.

Map changes: none.

Western Africa

Akil, King of Songhay
Effects: Segu (nt)
Dai Amadou traveled into Segu and talked to the local until his death in 907. He gained just before his death a non-paying tribute treaty from the locals.

Akil ruled from his place in Segu. He and his wife were even blessed with the birth of a son in 907. And then in 908 he mourned the lose of his wife to an illness that came from the river.

general Mansa traveled to Segu and rested for his time the new king alloted to him.

Map changes: none.

Fe Anor, Bird Chief of the Great Water
Effects: none
Fe Anor and Hutumil did nothing to better for worsen his nation. He in fact simply did nothing at all.

Map changes: none.

Eastern Africa

Kalen, King of Nubia
Effects: Thebes (hs)
Kalen traveled to Thebes and did a through and through job of angrying the neighbors. He fleed back home to have children but they never did produce any.

Jarrod died in the summer of 907. He never got to complete the rule he had started.

Map changes: none.

Southern Africa

Oduduma, King of Bakongo
Effects: Matadi (ea)
Oduduma while in Matadi he talked to the military leader of the realm and asked if the people would be willing to upgrade their treaty to one of economic alliance. It was agreed upon and signed. Oduduma returned to Kongo with the new treaty. He and his wife tried to have a child but failed.

Umada ran the nation while Oduduma was out gaining new treaties.

Map changes: none.


North America

Powtuneep, Son of the Sun
Effects: Erie (fa), Miami (fa)
Powtuneep while in Miami started talks to gain a treaty of some form or other with the locals. He spent nearly four years there and gained the following from them. They wanted a city and if the empire was willing to build them one they would sign the treaty. He stated upon hearing this that he would see what could be done soon. They agreed and signed a military alliance with the empire. Powtuneep returned home with the new treaty. He was also surprised by his wife, he and his wife became the proud parents to a son in 910.

Chewing Beaver ran the nation while Powtuneep and Running Deer were gone.

Running Deer traveled across Scioto and Miami to Erie. Once he arrived he started talks with the locals. His talks with the locals came to a good allaince for the empire and for the people of Erie. The military alliance treaty was signed near the end of 910.

Map changes: none.

Running Bear
Effects: none
Running Bear rested for his time he had on this world.

Map changes: none.

Effects: Hohokam (fa), Navajo (fa), Tiwa (fa)
Unkestine talked for awhile in Hohokam and gained a military alliance with the locals before he returned home to run his nation.

Chetopa was in Navajo and talked his way into getting the locals to sign a military alliance. With this new treaty he traveled to Tiwa. He talked the locals into a military alliance there too. He returned to Anasazi with the treaties.

Map changes: Chiricaua became a 2GPv region.

Effects: none
Chingachgook and Uncas rested their sore feet.

Map changes: none.

Meso America

Xiu Cinteotl
Effects: Quiche (ea)
Xiu Cinteotl got a treaty agreement signed from the locals. This treaty was for an alliance. But once the locals learned the government could not support this they downgraded to an economic allaince instead.

Xiu Teochina returned to Maya and ran the nation from there.

Quiche was downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support a leader for this region. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: Edzna in Yucatec was built facing the Bahia Campeche.

Effects: Ciguayo (ea), Colon (ea)
Ahabatey talked the locals of Colon into a full alliance. He returned home and ran his nation. In 910, he receive a message from Colon stating because his government could not support the leader they would like to make an economic alliance instead.

Fedal talked to the locals of Ciguayo again. He talked until his death in 909. He did get an economic alliance treaty signed just before his death.

Colon was downgraded to economic ally for the lack of bureaucracy to support a leader for this region. [Section 2.12 The Leaders]

Map changes: none.

Silver Bark
Effects: Zapotec (nt)
Silver Bark traveled down to Zapotec and talked with the locals. As the end of 910 was creeping up upon him, Silver Bark was worried he had wasted his time. The locals came back with great hope and agreed to sign a treaty for a non-paying tribute.

Jade Light died in the summer of 906. He was just getting started on his talks with Totonac when he died.

Map changes: none.

Tukan, King of the Chibchan
Effects: Choque (fa), Timote (t)
Tukan talked with the locals in Timote once again. He had a of what they wanted. So he talked them into a paying tribute treaty. With the new treaty in his hand he returned home to run his nation. And what a nation he was forming.

Kucan talked with the mountain people of Choque once again. This time he gained a military alliance from the locals. He returned to Chibcha and gave the treaty to the royal scribes to record it into the royal archives.

Map changes: none.

South America

Savuro, King of Paraiba
Effects: Caete (c), Gueren (ea)
Savuro talked the locals of Queren into an economic alliance. But he did have to make a promise of the building of a city so they can gain better fields for growing crops. He then traveled on down to Caete where he talked for the rest of his time. He laid claim to the land in 910.

Sura traveled to Shucuru to run the nation from the city of Derck.

Map changes: none.

Tatam Yach
Effects: Chavin (t), Moche (t), Pucara (t)
Tatam Yach talked with the locals once again while he was still in Pucara. His talks gave ground to a paying tribute treaty. He was overjoyed with this and returned home to run his nation.

Capac Yach talked with the locals of Moche. He gained their trust more. In the end he gained a paying tribute treaty from them. He then traveled down into Chavin where his talks brought about a paying tribute treaty there also. His death marked the passing of a great diplomat.

Map changes: none.

Effects: Tupinamba (ea)
Capiwab stayed put and ran the nation as best as he can. He and his wife had a son in 909.

Chipwa stayed in Tupinamba and talked the local there in an economic alliance. He made no promises of future builds but he did note on the treaty that was sent to the royal scribes that with the coastline there in Tupinamba a city would gain the nation much more.

Map changes: none.

Black Rock
Effects: Pichunche (f)
Black Rock ran his nation making sure that all was done right and the way he wanted everything done.

Standing Rock talked with the locals of Pichunche after they had downgraded to an economic alliance. His talks gained great ground that the locals signed a treaty giving the lands fully to Black Rock and the Mapuche Nation. He returned with the treaty to Mapuche.

Map changes: Quiroci in Mapuche was built facing the Mochan Sea.

ISI List for Turn 002
#Nation Name MSIESI Players NameTV
1The Pratihara Empire of Kaunaj 86.115 Allen Moorehead4.2
2The Kingdom of Aengland 49.913 Jeff Morrison1.7
3The Mississippian Empire 47.827 Tom Dagget4.9
4The Kingdom of the Yangtze 45.716 Olivier de Bretagne4.8
5Al Fatimid Caliphat al Qaira 41.130 Open for a Player1.1
6The High Kingdom of HellRieger 40.341 (Shaun Yauch)0.9
7The Toltec Hegemony of Chichen Itza 40.426 Jon Grover1.9
8Ez Zirid Emirat al Mahidya 40.147 E. Garrett1.8
9The Arikat of the Maaori 38.644 Liz Young1.5
10The Blue Star People 37.821 Victor Stein4.0
11Da Song Handi Guo 38.33 (Aerin Rosenberg)7.2
12The Moluccas Seahold 35.640 Tom Dagget3.2
13The Chibchan Kingdom 33.838 Jeff Krauss2.6
14The Mapuche Nation 33.729 Jordan Tungson2.0
15The Pala of Bengal 33.314 Charles Darden1.1
16The Kingdom of Paraiba 32.533 Sam Freese1.9
17Le Royaume de France 32.05 Robert Hanson2.3
18The Mighty Incan Empire 31.512 Geran Watson4.3
19The Buwayid Emirates 31.91 James Chancy3.0
20The Norwegians 29.732 (JJ Martell)1.3
21The Miwok Confederation 30.017 (Rob Otts)1.1
22The Twifo-Heman Nation 28.331 (Russell Reid)3.0
23The Duchy of Shokleng 28.035 Allen Moorehead2.1
24The Kingdom of Champa 26.411 (Chris von Albercht)2.4
25The Maree Tribe 25.742 Peter Morzinski3.0
26The Bakongo Kingdom 25.036 Jeff Krauss2.7
27El Reino de Navarre 23.734 Ron Meinung1.4
28The Kingdom of Italy 23.62 Ron McBride2.6
29The Empire of Japan 24.16 (James Cochran)1.1
30The Plaquemine Natchez 22.725 Ron Meinung2.2
31The Chola Mandalam 23.09 (Ken Larsen)4.8
32The Oriental Roman Empire 22.08 Bruce van Etten7.2
33The Hamadid Emirat 21.910 Helmer Jensen4.4
34The Arawak of the Islands 21.045 Tavis Burdun2.2
35The Kingdom of Sicily 21.124 Truitt Black4.2
36The Dai Kingdom of Songhay 21.24 Alex Bierwag3.2
37The Duchy of Bohemia 20.437 David Maher1.6
38The Karakhanat of Ilig 19.522 (Ian Cahill)3.0
39The Varangian Rus of Kiev 20.143 (Dave Adams)1.8
40The Goryeo Kingdom 19.146 (Jack Wanger)1.8
41Frankonia 18.318 Douglas Salter1.9
42The Ests 16.948 (Brian Barger)0.8
43The Kingdom of Germany 12.823 David Salter1.5
44The Xi Xia Kingdom 12.119 (Warren Voight)3.1
45The Makuria Kingdom of Nubia 9.720 John Rascon1.3
46The Toltec Kingdom of Tula 10.07 (James F. Marshall)1.5
47The Kingdom of Svear 10.328 Brian Sico1.2
48The Norse Kingdom of Iceland 9.339 John Smith0.7
49The Celtics of Shetlands 7.049 Open for a Player0.3

If you name appears in parentheses means you owe for this turn and if it's not paid for you don't play the next turn. Last chance for anyone owing. For the ones that owe here and are playing in Lords 16 also I will remove you from both games if the negative balance it's paid.

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