Lords of the Earth Campaign 19

Turn 32: Anno Domini 1056 - 1060

Industrial Stage Zero: The Middle Ages

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TURN 33 ORDERS DUE Monday, June 17th, 2002, 11:59 p.m.


Going back to an old comment I had made many turns ago. I received a set of orders that were in Document format. They would not convert easily into text nor would they convert easily into Document format again. Player tried resending the orders but once again sent them in Document format. They were once more incomplete when converted. I forfeited the players turn because I have statement this on turn 16, 17 and 18 if the orders will not convert into text format correctly a blank set of orders will be made for that nation. I will state it right now if you like your Document formated orders fine, just don't send them to me. Copy all the information into an email message and sent your orders that way. Make sure they are readable after copying.

A side note for those who are wondering since I can find no reference for this anywhere it's just make it a standard use that 2 NFP will equal 1 cargo when loaded onto ships.

- 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 Kirivitch-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.
  5. Iceland is now a seahold. This will allow anyone to sail around Iceland so they are not forced to land and cross the land itself.

ORDERING THE RULEBOOK Lords of the Earth Campaign 16 uses the Middle Ages version 5.5 rulebook. You must download the rulebook from here.


Please read the rules supplement, on the Lords19 web site.


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


Northern Europe

Effects: none
The Norse of Iceland continue to just sit and watch. They are pretty safe on their island nation. Without being involved with anyone over a trade route the nation has a lot of time to sit and think about it's future.

Map changes: none.

Effects: Agder (ne), Hordaland (f)
Jamerik ordered a very large task to be done. He asked for Danik at that time. He outlaid what he wanted done to Danik and then sent him on his way. Jamerik then ordered the building of some public work projects within the land of Skane and in the city of Vettermark. His last construction was that of expanding the city of Vettermark. Shamans were sent throughout the nation to see what they could do about the national beliefs. Jamerik settled on his throne and ruled. He did not overlook the fact that he had to marry and father some children. His first born, a son, occurred in November of 1056.

Jad was given the task of traveling to Agder in the hopes of regaining this wilderness land. His task seemed so simple but when it comes to wilderness lands that task was the hardest thing for the sociality to handle. Jad gained nothing after being there for nearly five years.

Danik gathered together some settlers and a force to protect them. He moved them along the coast line after reaching Halland heading into Norway. They crossed the mountains into Hordaland and started the chore of repopulating the land there. Danik watched over them the whole time making sure that nothing happened.

In 1060 the shamans reported back to Jamerik that they were very successful in strengthing the beliefs of the people of the nation.

Map changes: Hordaland was colonized to a ( 0 / 6 ) cultivated European Pagan.

Harold, King of England
Effects: Anglia (oc), Brabant (ea, downgraded), Cornwall (oc), Flanders (n, rebelled), Maine (n, rebelled), Mercia (n, rebelled), Normandy (n, rebelled), Northumbria (oc), Sussex (oc), Wessex (n)
Coenred stayed in London with Herrick by his side. Coenred ordered Herrick to guard the English Channel for hostile fleets.

Desmond transported more troops to form the garrison in Normandy. He was ready for an invasion from the French quarter but none ever came.

Osric was the lead guard for any invasion coming from France. He guarded Normandy until his death in 1059.

Braden stayed in Maine and continued his talks with the people and the local leader. He talked until the end of 1060 gaining Maine as a friendly region. He then joined Desmond in 1060 to form the Duchy of Normandy.

No warfleet entered the English Channel but the same could not be said about the Bay of Biscay. Coenred was taken completely by surprise when the armies of Navarre landed in the harbor of Falmouth in Cornwall. They used the disguise of trade ships to sail into the harbor and unload an army of some 11,200 fighting men. The battle for Cornwall and Falmouth was over by July of 1058. The army then moved into Wessex and took the land without a single loss of life by July of 1059. Coenred suffered a heart attack and passed away at the force from Navarre marched into Sussex and engaged Herrick. By June of 1060, Herrick was died and London surrendered to Navarre forces. The nation ended on a sour note when Desmond and Braden rebelled forming the Duchy of Normandy.

Map changes: none.

Western Europe

King (__K676__)
Effects: Friesland (oc)
The kingdom of Holland watched in horror as the forces under the command of Goldbull II came marching into Friesland. They took Friesland but left the city to surrender which it never did. The defenders of the city were better prepared then the siegers forcing the siegers to withdraw. This force from the Duchy of Bohemia was stopped cold when they attacked Holland. The garrison there was twice the power of the army and killed them off to the very last man. The body of Goldbull II was placed on display for all to see.

Map changes: none.

Wolfgang Govner II
Effects: Alsace (t), Friesland (pt)
Wolfgang Govner II ordered the construction of some public work projects in Thuringia. He then ruled over his Duchy with the help of Lord Fredrick. Wolfgang Govner mourned the loss of his wife in 1058. He had not remarried by the end of 1060.

Lunz Govner became a father again when his second child, another daughter, was born in November of 1056. In November of 1057, Lunz Govner and his wife welcomed their third child, a son. Lunz Govner mourned the loss of his wife for a six month period during 1058. He was remarried in September of 1058 and welcomed his fourth child, another son, in June of 1059. And then in April of 1060, Lunz Govner and his new wife welcomed their second son and his fifth child.

Sam Govner was not as lucky as his brother. He watched his wife pass away in the spring of 1056 and then mounred her loss for the next five years.

Lord Dirken and Lord Sumava VI were sent to Alsace to make peace with this land. With the both of them working together the people of Alsace were greatly pleased to sign a treaty with the Duchy. In October of 1060, a paying tribute treaty was signed and witnessed by all present.

Goldbull II was given command of an army of 2,000 heavy militia, 3,600 militia, 4,000 light militia and 1,000 siege engineers. He was sent to remove the Kingdom of Holland from the face of the maps. He attacked Friesland in July of 1056. He had taken the lands and then sieged Bremen. After three months of sieging he moved off without ever taking the city. He moved into Holland and match his doom in the form of 40 garrisoned forts. The garrisons in the forts was made up of 2,000 heavy cavaly, 4,000 heavy militia and 2,000 militia. Goldbull II was struck and killed during the first attack leaving his army leaderless which then lead to the armies death. A replacement general for the lost Goldbull II was not selected until the end of 1060.

Map changes: none.

DUCHY OF NORMANDY Desmond, Duke of Normandy Effects: Normandy (hm), Maine (f)
Desmond saw a chance to leave his brother's nation in 1060 and took it. With his nephew still to young to rule Desmond easily rebelled taking the land of Normandy as his new homeland and once he gained Braden as his own personal general the lands of Maine also joined the newly created Duchy.

Map changes: none.

Henry, King of West Francia
Effects: Anjou (a), Hainaut (ea), Nivernais (a)
Henry ordered the construction of some public work projects in Anjou. He then ordered the training of more troops to be ready for any invasion the Aenglish were to do against his lands and people. He spent the rest of his time between his throne and his bedchamber increasing his family. He and his wife if just nine months welcomed the birth of their first child, a son, Henry's second, in November of 1056. They did not have a second child, another son, until November of 1060.

Jean-Baptiste was sent off to Anjou to continue the good work that had been started there. His natural talent for diplomancy came through like a shining light. He talked the locals into signing a full alliance with the nation.

Lancelot was given the task of move himself into Nivernais and continuing the talks that had already been started there. He was very capable at what he was to do. He talked and the people of Nivernais listened. In 1060 the alliance treaty was signed and sent back to the capital.

Jordi stayed on in Hainaut. He talked with the locals more. The wilderness slowed down his ability but he still did a fair job of it. In September of 1060, Jordi witnessed the signing of an economic alliance and prepared to return home. He passed away on the journey back leaving King Henry with an open general post. The appointment was made late in November of 1060.

Parnell was given command of the national troops stationed in Ile de france. He was to use then to guard against any Aenglish invasion force. He was ready for five years but never had to use the force he was incharge of.

Map changes: Hainaut is now a ( 1 / 5 ) cultivated Roman Catholic.

(__K884__), King of Burgundy
Effects: Nivernais (n)
The nation continues to just sit and wait. A day will come when someone will not allow this nation to just sit and wait any longer.

Map changes: none.

Gaius, King of Verona
Effects: none
Tiberius ordered the construction of some public work projects within the cities of Genoa, Milano, Ravenna and Venice. He started to rule over the nation but his death in 1057 ended that quickly. His son, Gaius Caesar, was crowned the new king of Italy in the fall of 1057.

Map changes: Sardinia is now a Roman Catholic wilderness.

Phillip III, King of Navarre
Effects: Andalusia (t), Anglia (p), Cornwall (pt), Northumbria (p), Sussex (p), Wessex (pt)
Phillip III ordered the construction of some public work projects within the lands of Catalonia and Leon. He then handed out ordered to Lord Blasco and Lord Gian-Carlo. The only act he would do during the five years was rule the nation.

Domingo was given orders to travel down to Andalusia in the hopes of gaining a better treaty from the Muslims of this land. The talks moved quickly or so it seemed, Domingo was doing fairly well with the locals. When the closing days of 1060 were upon the people of Andalusia and Domingo a new treaty was signed. The paying tribute outlined everything the people of the nation were to do for the people of Andalusia in turn for the gold they would sent to the capital.

Blasco moved over into Leon and moved the national army stationed there to the port city of Corunna. He then loaded just about two-thirds of the army into the ships there and sailed for the port of Falmouth. The disguise of trading ships to gain entry into the port. Once in inside they unloaded and took the city. The rush of soldiers from the city into the lands of Cornwall took everyone there by surprise. Soon Blasco was marching into Wessex and took the lands. Blasco moved into Sussex and was met by the first real force within the Aenglish home terrority. The battle between the two forces was quick Only due to the fact that the leader was unprepare. The siege of London occurred next. It was here that the Aenglish suffered the most severe damage. With their king died and the only leader left in the capital dying on the end of a sword the nation's government just collasped allowing Desmond to rebel forming his own nation. Blasco was very pleased the Aenglish and French were hostile with each other.

Gian-Carlo sailed some ships from Tortosa over to Falmouth to pick up the ships there. Once back in Corunna he used the fleet to shuddle the rest of the army across. He then took personal command of this force and move them into Wessex as Blasco had just finished taking the lands. He moved them across Mercia into Northumbria. The taking of Northumbria occurred without a single loss of life. The move into Anglia was a last minute thought on the part of Gian-Carlos, at least that's the way the orders appear. Anglia was taken just as quickly as Northumbria was. The army now lays around the port of Sutton ready to start a siege.

Phillip III learned of the great success he had planned. If the Aenglish and French would of worked better together he would not have had this great moment. The conquest of Aenglish would be finished soon.

Map changes: none.

Eastern Europe

Mercenary QRs: c2, i4, w2, s2
Mercenary Leader:

Dmitri, Duke of Estonia
Effects: none
Dmitri ordered the expansion of the city of Yaroslavl' and then the construction of some public work projects within the region of Novgorod. His rule over the Duchy is just as strong as it was when he first took the throne.

Map changes: none.

Lore, King of Poland
Effects: none
When it came time to issue orders out to his nation Lore was impossibly quiet for some reason. Nowhere could a list of constructions or even possible leader direction could be located. Lore sat toad like and as silent as the morning dew. The government ran about collecting it's taxes and covering the cost to keep itself running.

Map changes: none.

Bryan, Archduke of Kiev
Effects: none
Bryan waited in the royal palace for something to occur. He seems to be doing this a lot of late.

Map changes: none.

Heraclius, Eastern Roman Empire
Effects: Abasigia (f), Galatia (a), Pontus (f), Psidia (a)
Flavius Heraclius ordered the construction of some public work projects in Abasigia, Galatia, Pontus and Psidia. He then ordered the expansion of the cities of Troy and Volos. The last royal construction projects were the founding of two new port cities in Abasigia and Pontus. The first city was called Phasis and the second was called Trapezas. Flavius Heraclius then ruled over the empire fpr the next five years.

Martinianus stayed in Abasigia and continued his peace talks with the locals. He needed very little aid from the government to complete this task. The constructions being built within Abasigia was seen as a good sign but they did not affect the out come. Martinianus witnessed the signing of a friendly treaty with the people of Abasigia in 1060.

Eutychianus stayed in Galatia and continued his talks with the locals. A group of diplomats from the capital arrived and aided his talks by twofold. When he passed on in the spring of 1058 he had a signed alliance treaty already. His replacement was not appointed until 1060.

Charegiselus stayed on in Psidia and continued his talks that he had begun. He also received a group of diplomats from the capital and welcomed their aid. When 1060 came around, Charegiselus witnessed the signing of a full alliance treaty.

Agnellus stayed in Psidia and continued his talks there. Agnellus quickly gained the friendly treaty fro the locals without much effort. The constructions the government ordered for here was just an expression of thanks.

Map changes: A Type-One Port City called Phasis was founded in Abasigia facing the Eastern Black Sea. A Type-One Port City called Trapezas was founded in Pontus facing the Eastern Black Sea.


The Middle East

Effects: none
The nation continues to just sit. Hopefully one day someone will do something about this sitting nation one way or another.

Map changes: none.

Ali, Emir of Emirs, Protector of the Baghdad Caliph
Effects: Ahvaz (t), Diyala (ea)
Sulieman ordered the construction of some public work projects within the city of Baghdad and then the construction of a new city in Hahmar called Sumawa before passing away childless. He was replaced in 106 by Ali the stronger of the two general the nation has.

Ali moved into Diyala and started talks with the land after so many years of idleness. The people of Diyala enjoyed the great celebration Ali had for them. When he asked for them to agree upon a new treaty they agreed that an economic alliance was in order.

Abu was sent off to Ahvaz to gain a treaty from this land. The people of Ahvaz were easier to get an agreement from then the people of Diyala. Whewn the paying tribute was signed Abu returned home and pledged allegiance to Ali.

Map changes: A Type-One City called Sumawa was founded in Hahmar.


Sahmir, Emporer of India
Effects: none
Sahmir ordered the expansion of the cities of Raipur and Surat. He then ordered the construction of more public wok projects in the lands of Anhivarta, Chela, Dahala and Pawar. He then ordered the building of two roadway leading from Tripuri, one went west to Surat while the other went in a southeast direction to Raipur. He then ruled and mourned the loss of his son, Panjarayan. His grandson, Sachetan, needs to start a family.

Map changes: A royal road was built linking the city of Tripuri in Dahala to the city of Raipur in Chela. A royal road was built linking the city of Tripuri in Dahala to the city of Surat in Pawar.

(__K117__), Raja of Bengal
Effects: Nadavaria (n, rebelled), Palas(n, rebelled)
And with the death of Maata in 1057 the nation saw the future of gaining a better treaty from the people of Nadavaria as not going to happen soon, but then with the death of Kama in 1059 the nation suffered through a short period of rebellions. The ally of Palas removed himself and his lands and then the people of Nadavaria left the kingdom. The nation left upon the shoulders of someone barely fit to lead.

Map changes: none.

Indochina and Indonesia

Effects: none
The nation was slowly starting to starve itself to death. The population is starting to cry for relief from the slow death they are suffering from by starving.

Map changes: none.

East Asia

Effects: none
The kingdom welcomed a new ruler. With only one land and city the nation never has to suffer the terrible blow that comes with the passing of one king to another.

Map changes: none.

Effects: none
The ruler has seen his 85th birthday in 1060. How much longer will he be around.

Map changes: none.

(__K89A__), Kanpuku of the Bakufu
Effects: none
The Empire of Japan continues to wait for it's advisor to awake and do something.

Map changes: none.

Han Wonglang, King of Hupei
Effects: none
Han Wonglang ordered the expansion of the city of Chiangning and the construction of two roadways. The first of the two would link the cities of Wuhan and Koueichou while the second would link the cities of Anqing and Chang'An. He then ruled over his kingdom for the next five years.

Map changes: A royal road now connects the city of Wuhan in Hubei with the city of Koueichou in Szechwan. A royal road now connects the city of Anqing in Funiu with the city of Chang'An in Shensi.


Polynesia and Australia

Taguma II
Effects: none
Taguma II sat and waited while ruling over his nation. He mourned the loss of his brother but that soon changed as his son came of age.

Map changes: none.

Effects: none
Yarran ordered the colonization of Cooma bring it to the highest population level it will ever hold. He then welcomed the general-chief, Nalong, as his heir after the marriage to his daughter, Olba. Yarran the ordered the construction of some public work projects in Cooma to honor this great marriage. Yarran continued to rule over the people for another five years.

Map changes: Cooma is now a ( 2 / 5 ) cultivated Oceanic Pagan.

Effects: Otago (f)
Kamut ordered the colonization of the wilderness land of Otago. He also set over the gold need to construction some public work projects within the wilderness lands of Hokitika and Taranika. After all that he ruled over the nation and welcomed his son as heir.

Galta was sent once more with settlers to the land to the south. He was sent to a section called Otago. He aided the settlers into their new homes before passing on there in otago. His remains were laid to rest in a special cemetery. His replacement was not appointed until 1060 when the news had reach the homeland.

Map changes: Otago has been colonized to a ( 0 / 8 ) Oceanic Pagan wilderness.


Northern Africa

Hanno ad Dawla
Effects: none
Hanno ad Dawla ordered the expansion of the city of Rusicade. He then ordered the building of some public work projects in the cities of Fez and Leptis Parva. He then started a rule that stopped only once for the death of his son, Hamilcar Dawla, in the spring of 1057.

Map changes: none.

(__KA88__), Caliph in Cairo
Effects: none
The Nile River continues to be the only thing moving within this nation. It's annual floods is the only action that occurs around here.

Map changes: none.

Western Africa

Yandinde, King of Songhay
Effects: Khalem (fa)
Yandinde ordered the construction of some public work projects within the land of Nupe and then within the cities of Badiar and Jukun. He also ordered that the port city of Badiar be expanded in size allowing more trade if any would happen to travel to it. Yandinde held a ceremony for the tribal chief Malinke in the hopes of appointing him as his heir but without being royally connected by marriage this will never occur. Yandinde needs to look at the family he has by imprisonment for there's where the true royal heir can be located.

Safo was sent of to Khalem and it's city in the hopes of regaining this lost land by peaceful means. Safo spent just a little under three years there talking. He made an incredible leap forward for the the kingdom. He regained the lands under a miliatry alliance. With this in hand he moved back home so the royal scribes could file it within the libraries.

Map changes: none.

(__KA85__), Chief of the Great Water
Effects: none
The nation continues to just sit and wait. It the lands need major attention now. With the nation sitting idle for so long it needs to spread across it's surrounding lands just to start growing again. An advisor could help guide it through these growths.

Map changes: none.

Eastern Africa

Akensebek, King of Nubia
Effects: none
Akensebek ordered the construction of some public work projects within Zeila. He also sent some missionaries with the work crew to finish the task of coversion if possible. Akensebek ordered the founding of a new city in Sennar. The city was called Shaat Sai and over looked the Blue Nile. Akensebek ruled over the nation for the next five years. In 1060 news came out of Zeila that the Coptic beliefs were now the only beliefs within the land.

Map changes: A Type-One City called Shaat Sai was founded in Sennar. Zeila is now a ( 2 / 4 ) cultivated Coptic Christian.

Southern Africa

Namodu, King of Bakongo
Effects: none
Namodu ordered the construction of some public work projects in the land of Mbundu. He then ruled over the kingdom and successfully became a father in December of 1060 with the birth of his first child, a son.

Map changes: none.


North America

Leaping Deer, The Great Turtle of the Snake
Effects: none
Leaping Deer ordered the expansion of the cities of Manitowoc and Topinabee. He ruled over the empire that was slowly sizing itself along the banks of the Great Snake River.

Map changes: none.

Ocher Coyote
Effects: Ipai (ne)
Ocher Coyote ordered the construction of some public work projects within the city of Eureka. He also ordered that the city of Oakland be expanded again in size. He then ruled over the nation for the enxt four years. It would have been longr if it was not due to the fact that he passed on in the spring of 1060. A regent was appointed as the guardian for his young children.

Pima moved around some ships from the capital in Oakland to the port city of Eureka. He then sailed down to Mokelumne Hill and Ipai and talked with the locals into the hopes to gain a treaty better then the friendly they already have here. Of course nothing occurred for you can't get a treaty higher then friendly. Pima returned to Oakland to rest.

Map changes: none.

Effects: Navajo (a), Tiwa (a)
Kchult lived just long enough to order the finishing construction of the roadway that links the cities of Chaco and Mesa Verde. He was mourned for a weeks time in the summer of 1056.

Kamchuka took over the task of ruling, actually administering for his father was trying to rule when he passed away. Kamchuka handed out orders to the chiefs Kchaku and Muonak.

Kchaku was sent off to Navajo to gain a better treaty with the locals. The talks began in early summer of 1056 and would end in early fall of 1060 with the signing of a full alliance. Kchaku traveled back home with this treaty.

Muonak was sent off to Tiwa in the hopes that a better treaty would be signed before the end of 1060. Muonak arrived in early summer of 1056 and begun his talks. Talking until early fall of 1060, Muonak had gained a trust with the locals. This trust appearred in the signing of a full alliance treaty. Muonak moved back home with this treaty in hand.

Map changes: A royal road was built to connect the city of Chaco in Anasazi with the city of Mesa Verde in Moache.

Effects: none
The nation continues to calm appearance for another five years. Without the needed advisor this nation just can't develop.

Map changes: none.

Meso America

Shadow Walker
Effects: Huexotla (nt), Otomi (f), Tlapocoya (nt), Ulva (t), Zapotec (f)
Shadow Walker ordered the expansion of the city of Copan and then ordered the construction of some public work projects in Maya and Yucatec. Shadow Walker ruled over the Toltec nation for the next five years.

Annoying Fly was given a task to get him out of the capital for awhile. He was sent to Otomi to bribe the local leader into signing a friendly treaty with the Toltec nation. Annoying Fly sent just over three years doing this task and receiving what the nation paid for, a friendly treaty. He then traveled into Zapotec and with the some diplomats from the capital he quickly gained a friendly treaty in only four months.

Mam was sent down the roadways to Ulva to talk with these North Amerind people. It was the hope of the nation to gain these people at a higher treaty and convert them. Missionaries were already at work on that when Mam begun his talks with the locals. Mam talked until late summer of 1060 before getting a signed paying tribute from the locals. he returned home with this new treaty.

Vakaki was sent into the Valley of Mexico to gain some measure of respect from the locals in Huexotla. The Toltec nation has big hopes to gain some kind of treaty with the people of the valley. Vakaki talked until the very last day of 1060 and gained a non-paying tribute from the locals.

Ek-Chuah was also sent into the Valley of Mexico. He was sent into Tlapocoya. The people there don't have a city but the end results was like working in a land twice as hard. When the non-paying tribute was signed in 1060, Ek-Chuah was glad that he got a break.

Map changes: none.

Effects: none
Canom ordered the expansion of Havana and Port-au-Prince before ruling over the nation. He welcomed his only son as heir in 1060.

Map changes: none.

Lanric, King of the Chibchan
Effects: none
Lanric sat quietly ruling his nation for five years.

Map changes: none.

South America

Ibapan, King of Paraiba
Effects: none
Ibapan ordered the expansion of the cities of Nar and Sarth. Afterwards he ruled over the kingdom as he awaited the day his son would be of age to be crowned heir to the throne.

Map changes: Sarth is now a Type-Two Port City.

Mayta Capac
Effects: none
Lloque Yupanqui ordered the construction of a roadway that would cross the mountains east of Cuzco. This roadway was built over the mountains and then onto the city of Queros where it was end. Lloque Yupanqui never saw the roadway finished for he passed on in 1058 leaving his son, Mayta Capac, as the new ruler.

Map changes: A royal road was built connecting the city of Cuzco in Inca to the city of Queros in Mashco.

Effects: none
Wani ordered the expansion of the cities of Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande and Santos. He then startd a rule that would last until 1060. He ruled through the death of his son, Tawi.

Map changes: Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande and Santos are all now Type-Two Port Cities.

Effects: none
Graphite ordered the expansion of the city of Santiago and the construction of a new port city in Puelche facing the Bahia Blanca. The city was then called Bahia. Graphite also ordered the construction of some public work projects within the city of Madryn before ruling over the nation for his nephew Obisidian III.

Slate was sent to Guenakan to oversee the construction of the public work projects that were being done within the city of Madryn.

Map changes: A Type-One Port City called Bahia was founded in Puelche facing the Bahia Blanca.

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 before your nation becomes available for another player.

ISI List for Turn 032
#Nation Name MSIESI Players NameTV
1The Pratihara Empire of Kaunaj 200.13 Allen Moorehead32.0
2The Kingdom of the Yangtze 187.51 Olivier de Bretagne65.8
3The Oriental Roman Empire 145.52 Matt Jeffries40.8
4The Kingdom of Italy 143.05 Gideon Fell20.7
5The Toltec Hegemony of Chichen Itza 112.318 Jon Grover13.2
6Le Royaume de France 111.026 Chris Pique5.3
7El Reino de Navarre 104.97 Rod Alleyn19.8
8The Mighty Incan Empire 98.56 Geran Watson15.8
9The Duchy of Bohemia 95.524 David Maher9.2
10Al Fatimid Caliphat al Qaira 95.88 Open For A Player12.3
11The Mississippian Empire 94.117 Tom Dagget13.4
12The Duchy of Estonia 93.436 Bryan Douglas9.4
13The Dai Kingdom of Songhay 89.84 (Alex Bierwag)46.1
14The Blue Star People 88.615 Victor Stein11.9
15Ez Zirid Emirat al Mahidya 87.410 E. Garrett15.9
16The Mapuche Nation 85.312 Dean Patterson11.8
17The Duchy of Shokleng 79.030 Allen Moorehead20.6
18The Makuria Kingdom of Nubia 73.323 Jordan Tungson9.8
19The Moluccas Seahold 70.232 Tom Dagget4.7
20The Miwok Confederation 69.713 Theodore P. Shannon28.1
21The Bakongo Kingdom 66.925 Jeff Krauss12.3
22The Maree Tribe 66.922 Peter Morzinski8.5
23The Chibchan Kingdom 66.035 Jeff Krauss8.6
24The Kingdom of Paraiba 65.628 Sam Freese16.8
25The Arikat of the Maaori 65.329 Liz Young10.0
26The Arawak of the Islands 63.634 Tavis Burdun4.3
27The Kingdom of Maghada 62.619 Shane Phipps6.7
28The High Kingdom of HellRieger 58.441 (Shaun Yauch)7.0
29The Buwayid Emirates 57.416 Vicki Short3.3
30The Empire of Japan 55.914 Casey McDonald6.5
31The Twifo-Heman Nation 52.431 Open for a Player4.2
32The Kingdom of Champa 44.020 Open for a Player4.8
33Frankonia 41.59 Open for a Player9.4
34The Plaquemine Natchez 41.421 Open for a Player5.1
35The Kingdom of Holland 37.239 Open for a Player4.8
36The Hamadid Emirat 34.011 Open for a Player5.2
37Duchy of Normandy 32.043 Open for a Player0.8
38The Land of the Rising Sun 30.441 Open for a Player1.7
39The Norse Kingdom of Iceland 25.527 Open for a Player1.8
40The Kingdom of Svear 25.533 Shawn Molstad5.2
41The Kingdom of Aengland 23.042 (Keith St.Louis)12.1
42The Goryeo Kingdom 19.137 Open for a Player1.8
43The Grand Duchy of Kiev 16.938 Open for a Player2.8

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