Lords of the Earth Campaign 31

Turn 6: Anno Domini 1421 - 1424

Industrial Stage One: The Dawn of the Modern Age

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TURN 7 is due Friday, 12 May 2000.


ANNOUNCEMENTS AND GM COMMENTS


Welcome to Lords of the Earth, Campaign 31! This is a game of empire building set in an historical setting. You will have the chance to control the rise and fall of empires through political, economic, military, espionage, and religious activities. Since this is an open-ended game, covering a span of centuries, you will have the opportunity to do pretty much anything you can imagine.

I'm shooting for a 3-week turn-around for this campaign - two weeks for you to submit your orders and one week for me to process them. Maps are available on the Lords-31 website.

If you want to submit material for the Newsfax, either as the "Mouthings of the Emperor" or as background material to help me write things up, by all means do so. However, I reserve the right to make necessary changes.

That brings us to the status and execution of NPN's and positions that fail to turn in orders. I will use my "best" judgment in these circumstances; if the players near this position are actively participating, then the NPN will be very passive, concentrating on PWB and investments. If the nearby players are not very active then the NPN will move out and try to DP the adjacent regions.

Some notes and observations from turn-4-6:

 

Good Luck to all!

- Dave Salter


RULES ERRATA AND REMINDERS

Colonization: Any region that is cultivated or has been cultivated and is less than 2 GPV can be increased in value up to 2 GPV for the cost of 15 GP and 15 NFP per GPV of increase. Any named island can be colonized to 1 GPV.

Mercs: Countries can hire out their troops as mercenaries as long as they provide a leader to go along with them.

Holy Roman Empire: National regions inside the Holy Roman Empire need not be contiguous in order to maintain control over them, though distance requirements are still in effect - no further than 1/2 their tech level in action points away from their border.

Mercantile Combines: A Mercantile Combine can trade with interior countries provided they have at least a BO in a city of the interior country and can reach a port city with at least a BO in it. The BO in the interior country can be no further than 1/2 their tech level in action points away from that port. In addition, that combine can conduct trade for the interior country by allocating MSP to that route, indicating a level of transportation assets committed to servicing that route. This conduit will count as one conduit for overseas trade.

Effective turn-6: the cost for combines to establish their organizational structure is as follows:

Structure

Code

NFP

GP

Merchant Factor

mf

0

5

Branch Office

bo

1

10

Cartel City

ci

3

25

Build/move Home Office

ho

5

50

A clarification to the rule book: a combine can only handle one side of the trade between two nations. It is the responsibility of the combine to redistribute income from the routes his handles for his clients. Trade income received in turn 2 will be redistributed by the combine in turn 3.

Religious Orders: New status codes will be applied to religious orders. They are similar to Primate control statuses except they will allow for a slight increase in the amount of NFP generated. Also, the Religious Primate and a Religious Order (of the same religion) can maintain a status level in the same region or city. However, the Religious Order status cannot go higher that monastery (rmn) if the Primate has a monastery (mn) of its own. No two Religious Orders can maintain higher than abbey (rab) in the same region or city.

Religious Order Authority Control Statuses

Religious Orders
Control

Status

Control

Code

Taxation

Multiple

Count

Control?

NFP?

Church

rch

0.10

No

No

Abbey

rab

0.25

No

No

Monastery

rmn

0.50

Yes

Yes

Cathedral

rca

0.75

Yes

Yes


Contacting the Game Master

You can contact me at the following address:

Dave Salter
7338 Rolling Oak Ln.
Springfield, VA 22153
Or call:

(703) 912-6076 [EST] (best time is 7-9 pm weekdays and after 6 pm on weekends.)

The best way to contact me is by email. I will answer mail as soon as I receive it.
My address is: salterdj@aol.com.


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MAP CHANGES

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ORDERING THE RULEBOOK Lords of the Earth Campaign 31 uses the Middle Ages version 5.6 rulebook and the Renaissance Supplement. You must order these rulebooks from Thomas Harlan.

 

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TROOP CONVERSIONS

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)


EUROPE

Northern Europe

THE KINGDOM OF SCOTLAND
James I
DIPLOMACY: Iceland (ea)
James focus of effort was to the far northwest where the Nordic island of Iceland agreed to pay tribute; land was discovered further west - though it was white, it is called Greenland.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF ENGLAND
Henry VI
DIPLOMACY: Dyffed (a), Ulster (ea)
Henry VI sent James to Dyffed to find a bride and an ally - he did both, giving Henry a nephew to top it off. John, his brother, was appointed as heir and moved to London to help administer the kingdom. The search continued for the unknown - which remained unknown. Lord Howe II set out to discover new seaways to the west; he was never heard from again. England invested in French shipping techniques and sent money to Portugal for their military expenses. London and Bristol expanded a level, with London receiving new walls to defend the capital.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF DENMARK
Margaret
DIPLOMACY: Stockholm (f), Agder (ea)
Queen Margaret continues to rule her vast kingdom with grace and skill. The navy was redeployed to "protect" the northern sea lanes. Stockholm became a royal city and closer ties were gained with Agder - many workers were sent there to tame the virgin forest. Heidi was raised as a Princess of the realm, following in her mother's footsteps.
Renaissance tech 8.

Western Europe

Mercenaries

Leader Heinrich (M936)
Troops 15c, 20i
AQRs c8, i6

 

THE KINGDOM OF FRANCE
Jean
DIPLOMACY: Cherbourg (ea), Anjou (nt), Normandy (nt), Aquitaine (nt), Auvergne (ea)
Charles tried to mend fences regarding domestic politics; he also ordered the town of Marshall built in Anjou and Brest expanded. Luc Chevaliar was guiding the Heir (Louis) to Poitou when their carriage ran into a gully and Luc was killed by a freak blow to the head. The young heir fled back to the capital to relate this sad tale to the Court.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE DUCHY OF BURGUNDY
Philip the Good, Great Duke of the West, Defendor Pacis
DIPLOMACY: Rabat (t) Champagne (a), Utrecht (?)
The Duke continues the expansion of Antwerpen and Gent. The Duke sends his agent, Enguerrand de Bournoville, down to Rabat to conduct negotiations with the Moslems. Champagne became allied and the leaders of Utrecht were seen having lengthy discussions with several of the Duke's representatives.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE AVIGNON PAPACY
Clement
DIPLOMACY: Vermandois (ab), Antwerpen (ab), Sussex (ca), Mercia (ab), Oxford (ab)
Clement focuses much worry and energy to resolve the Middle East crisis. Work continues in Cyprus and Morea to convert the locals to Roman Catholicism.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE SWISS CONFEDERATION
Edward III
DIPLOMACY: None
The Swiss prepared for he worse - which did not come - and were surprised by Hussite workers building irrigation canals in Swabia. All were sadden by the loss of General Stauffacher during a training exercise when an artillery piece misfired and exploded. He will be sorely missed.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE DUCHY OF AUSTRIA
Albrecht IV, Arch Duke of Austria, Holy Roman Emperor
DIPLOMACY: None
Albrecht becomes the new Holy Roman Emperor and immediately opens trade with all (must be within 4 APs of Austria). He builds the city of Guns in Carinthia and collaborates with Hungary in building the port city of Trieste in Slovenia.
Renaissance tech 8.

DUCHY OF BAVARIA
Jobst
DIPLOMACY: None
Jobst strengthens both his economy and military; trade is established with Hungary, Austria, and Serbia.
Renaissance tech 8.

DUCHY OF SAXONY
Rupert III
DIPLOMACY: Westphalia (a), Holstien (f), Lorraine (f)
Rupert makes great strides at consolidating Ducal power in Saxony; Rupert IV is married to the Countess of Holstien while new friends and allies were found in Lorraine and Westphalia. There were some minor disturbances in Westphalia but they came to naught. The army is put on alert but nothing happens that would require a response.
Renaissance tech 8.

HANSEATIC LEAGUE
Klaus Stortebecker
DIPLOMACY: Holland (f), Gerona (bo), Reswick (mf), Aberdeen (bo), Oslo (mf), Aegean CCI - hostile takeover.
The League expanded its influence in the Med and to the North; but the really big action was in the Aegean and Constantinople where the Ottomans raided the Home Office of the Aegean CCI and held its owners captive until Gerard showed up to talk to them. With the threat of death / imprisonment or hard currency the choices offered by the Hansa left little to choose between. Most of the structure of the Aegean CCI fell into Gerard's lap though there was some degradation of some offices as some of the CCI staff chose to take some of the assets and flee. The Ottomans granted the Hansa major trade concessions, retracting some earlier concessions made to Genoa.
Renaissance tech 8.

DUCHY OF BRANDENBURG
Wilhelm I, Elector of Brandenburg
DIPLOMACY: None
Wilhelm orders a port city constructed in Pomern; he called it Rostock. Trade is started with the Knights and the Pope. The army waits to support Saxony against any threat.
Renaissance tech 8.

DUCHY OF BOHEMIA
Stavot
DIPLOMACY: Meissen (ea)
The Duke orders Mannheim expanded and then launches a major trade effort to establish trade with the nations to his west - and for the most part, he succeeded. Meissen was brought back into a closer relationship with Bohemia.
Renaissance tech 8.

HUSSITES - Order of the Cross and Cannon
Jan Hus
DIPLOMACY: Burgundy (rca)
Hus was surprisingly quiet, choosing to help rebuild Swabia and that was it.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF HUNGARY
Sigmund, King of Hungary
DIPLOMACY: None
As acting Emperor and King to the peoples of Hungary Sigmund goes through a great series of events. First he hears from the Electors about their voting in the Swiss Cantons and the Peoples of Flornce. Upon all signatures and proper channels he sends the official documents to the peoples of the Holy Roman Empire that from this day forth there are two new Electors to the Empire. The army which was sent south to Constantinople is no longer necessary and drags too greatly on the economy. Therefore the men are put to good use in the improvement of the capital and the construction of a port city in the rough terrain of Slovenia. Sigmund takes the vote well as he acknowledges the new Emperor as the Austrian Elector.
Renaissance tech 8.

Iberian Peninsula

Mercenaries

Leader Alphonso (M853)
Troops 20c, 10i
AQRs c8, i8

THE KINGDOM OF CASTILE
Enrique III
DIPLOMACY: Takrur nation (nt), Murcia (f), Madiera (nt)
Enrique brings Murcia into the royal lands holdings while he colonizes Cordoba (making his society caste). He sent his granddaughter (kicking and screaming) along with ship full of gold to entreat with the barbarians of Takrur who are more than happy with the treasure (and the gold) - they recognize Iberian rule, though they offer little in return. Castile losses several ships in the journey as they "re"-discover the route south along the African coast. The port city of Riberia Grande is established in the Cape Verdes Islands.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF ARAGON
Juan I
DIPLOMACY: Trebizond (t), Gerona (ea), Madiera (no net effect)
Pedro gathered his navy, along with the ships of his ally and waited for the Mamelukes to make their move. He didn't have long to wait. (See Mamelukes)

His agents made deals and packs throughout the Med and Black Sea, bringing Trebizond into the Aragonese orbit. Attempts to extend control even further east failed due to the untimely death of Marquis of the coast of Tarbaristan.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF PORTUGAL
Edward I
DIPLOMACY: Baelerics (f)
Edward sends Miguel to deal with the Mamelukes, and sent Henry and Ferdinand to explore down east and west coasts of Africa. The Baelerics have fully joined the kingdom. (See Mamelukes)
Renaissance tech 8.

Southern Europe

Mercenaries

Leader Giovenuchi (M867)
Troops 3a, 10i
AQRs a2, i6

THE DUCHY OF MILAN
Doria
DIPLOMACY: None
Doria puts his forces on react, anticipating the worse -- thankfully it doesn't come. Investments were made in the local economy.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE REPUBLIC OF VENICE
Guilando, Doge of Venice
DIPLOMACY: Erpius (ne), Knossos (ne)
The Doge rebuilds and stays at home to protect his own regions; some improvements were made in the peoples standard of living - particularly in Verona. Diplomatic efforts have no effect as religious differences interfere.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF NAPLES
Isralo, Prince of Salerno
DIPLOMACY: None
Isralo backs up the Alliance and League with force and begins trade with the Swiss and Milan. Naples expands again. The work continues to convert the Orthodox on Greece to Roman Catholicism. Isralo is blessed with a granddaughter in 1423 and another grandson in 1424.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE REPUBLIC OF FLORENCE
Cosimo de' Medici
DIPLOMACY:
Cosimo continues the search for the unknown, wondering if the teachings of Christ are true - "seek and ye shall find." Well, well, well! In other actions, the army and navy were reorganized and Alessandro was appointed as Second of Florence.
Renaissance tech 8.

GENOESE TRADE COMBINE
Grimaldi
DIPLOMACY: Corsica (f), Latium (mf), Rome (mf), Florence (mf) Seville (ci), Frieburg (mf), Thessaloniki (mf), Bissau (ci), Gambia (mf)
Grimaldi expands the scope of his reach down the African coast, though it cost dearly in shipping to chart those waters. He also staked out new ground with the Swiss and sealed a major trade contract with Serbia. Corsica became a company owned island and the staff wondered what to do about Islamic encroachment in Egypt and their continuing efforts to move into Alexandria.
Renaissance tech 8.

Eastern Europe

Mercenaries

Leader Bayruk (M947)
Troops 20c, 10lc
AQRs c7

THE KINGDOM OF POLAND AND LITHUANIA
Casimir, Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland
DIPLOMACY: Prussia (f)
Jagiello arranged for the marriage of Prince Dobry with the young Prussian Countess Halfrid; with that Prussia became royal domain. He then issued the following statement:

We, Wladyslaw II Jagiello, King of Poland and Supreme Duke of Lithuania, commanded by our faith in God to offer hope to least amongst us do issue this proclamation.

Be it known that any man or woman, and willing to pledge fealty to our crown and to abide by our laws now and in the future, is welcome to settle in our realm, bringing their families to a new life on farmsteads and in cities we shall grow together.

Be it known that we offer this haven without regard to faith or method of worship, requiring only that all who seek haven show respect to those we will send amongst them to preach the word of God as we know it.

Be it known that we offer this haven without regard for past station, pledging that all who join us will be free of slavery now and always, for the abomination of the slave collar is not tolerated in our realm.

Be it known that our merchants abroad are commanded to assist all seeking to accept this offer, providing transport aboard ship or with caravans so that they might reach our realm in safety.

Refugees were indeed picked up and brought to Kiev, but before this news had reached him, Jagiello fell ill and quickly succumbed. Casimir, who was already ruling in all but name, assumed the royal obligations without missing a beat.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE TEUTONIC KNIGHTS
Conrad von Jungingen, Grand Master
DIPLOMACY: Brunswick (rch), Holland (rch), Saxony (rmn), Denmark (rca)
Conrad redeploys his forces and extends his control to the west; Conrad is feeling the effects of age but vows to go on.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE REPUBLIC OF NOVGOROD
Alexander
DIPLOMACY: None
Alexander builds massive amounts of merchants to trade with the heart of Europe. He reduces the taxes on several provinces to ease the harshness of recent poor harvest. The winter of 1423 brings sad news as the beloved son and heir passes away during that same winter.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE PRINCIPALITY OF MOSCOW
Basil II
DIPLOMACY: None
Basil II tried to fight the local famine, fortunately he had saved for this day.
Civilized tech 7.

THE KHANATE OF THE GOLDEN HORDE
Toktamish
STARTS WITH: Bolgars (f)
Khakhan Toktamish sends his son Zangi along with the Atabeg of the Cuman to entreat with the Bolgars; eventually Zangi charms Edhar and gains the hand of his eldest daughter - the gold the Khakhan sent might have help the decision making process.

On listening to the pleading of Stanos Sobieski, the ambassador from Poland-Lithuania, for well over ten minutes, the Khakhan grew weary and agreed to another 20 years of peace and trade with his neighbor. Sobieski was pleased to have achieved this without the usual barbarian ritual: binge drinking kvass, followed by a snow leopard hunt. Maybe dealing with a pack of heavily-armed Jews was an improvement after all. When not teaching his grandchildren riding and shooting, Toktamish spent an inordinate amount of time dining with representatives of various European and West Asian powers. He heard each plead the case for the Golden Horde to become involved in their petty squabbles. The Khakhan, after receiving their small gifts and breaking bread, sent each one home with a long face.
Nomadic - tech 6.

THE PRINCIPALITY OF SERBIA
Stephen Lazarevich
DIPLOMACY: Thessaloniki (f), Thessaly (ea), Macedonia (a)
Stephen continues his efforts to improve the status of his country; Belgrade and Thessaloniki expands and friends and allies are made. Major trade deals were signed with Genoa and the League.
Civilized tech 7.

THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE (Legion of the Just) NNN
Manuel II
DIPLOMACY: None
Manuell and Bartuk sat in a secret, highly guarded meeting. They discussed many things, including the long held rumors of a new continent somewhere to the west of Europe/Africa. Their situation had become so desperate that chasing rumors seemed to be the best choice from a list of very bad choices. They gathered their respective staffs and began to issues orders. (See Mamelukes)
Renaissance tech 8.

AEGEAN CCI NNN
Paul Atatarxos
DIPLOMACY: None
The Ottomans kick in the door and make an offer Paul can't refuse - join or die (quite possibly the birth of the hostile takeover as we know it today).
Renaissance tech 8.


ASIA

The Middle East

Mercenaries

Leader Zengi (M8B5)
Troops 15c, 10i
AQRs c8, i5

THE OTTOMAN SULTANATE
Sulieman, Shield of Christ and Emperor of the Ottomans
DIPLOMACY: Pamphlagonia (fa), Bithnia (fa), Thrace (f)
Sulieman made efforts to consolidate his gains after the recent war with the Eastern Empire; Bithnia and Pamphlagonia were given as fiefs for services to the Sultan. Thrace was brought fully into the Realm and a major trade compact was signed with the Hansa.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHNS
Juan Fernandez, Grand Master
DIPLOMACY: Athens, (c), Lyonnais (rab), Avignon (rch)
The Grand Master orders the colonization of Malta as more families move in and he strengthens his influence in the western Med.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE TIMURID EMIRATE
Nabil Faisal
DIPLOMACY: None
Shah Rukh gathered for war but he would never see the results; while inspecting the new levies of heavy cavalry, his horse bolted and threw him. His neck was broke and he died on the spot. His son had just been appointed heir and now the young lad found himself girding for war.

As he gathered his generals, Nabil Faisal - leader of the home guard - stepped up to Omar and drove his blade through the youngster's heart. Now there would be a firm hand on the throne.

In Mansura, Mustafa still long for victory and the taste of blood; a palace intrigue would not stop him. He moved south through unpopulated desert and then west into Faiyum where he occupied the land from the Christian mercenaries. No sooner had they gone than an assassin slipped into his tent and gravely wounded him. The assassin never made it out of the camp and he had the symbols of Eastern Orthodoxy on his body. The Timurids advanced no further and the Tunisians swept into Egypt, led by the Kalifah, himself.
Civilized - tech 7.

EMIRATE OF RUM
Hamir
DIPLOMACY: Fars (nt)
Hamir stayed at home and tried to improve the lot of his people. Isfahan increased a level; The prince of Fars recognized the rule of Persia.
Civilized tech 7.

THE BLACK SHEEP TURKOMANS
Kara Usuf
DIPLOMACY: El'Bruz (f), Shirvan (f)
Usuf makes friends in El'Bruz and Shirvan.
Nomad tech 6.

THE MAMELUKE SULTANATE NNN
Bartuk Malik-al-Zahir
DIPLOMACY: None
Bartuk and Manuel gathered their forces and newly built navy with the intention of running the Catholic blockade and heading west. Before they even launched their fleet, almost 20% of the Mameluke troops fled into the city to disappear among the local population.

Even with that, the two could still muster over 250 ships, including over 160 heavy war galleys. The transports were manned with infantry, further boosting the combined strength. Outside Alexandria were over 80 Aragonese warships and 70 heavy warships from Portugal, including a squadron of the finest ships in the world.

Although they were outnumbered almost 2:1, the Christian fleet was better led and consisted of the best warships of Europe. The combined Byzantine and Mameluke fleet formed their heavy ships into a vast phalanx and rushed out of the harbor towards the center of the Christian fleet. The engagement was a terrible melee of burning ships and screaming men. At the end of the day, the numbers were still on the side of the Turks but the toll was heavy. With no place to go, the Turks pressed through the Christian fleet and broke into the open water of the Eastern Med.

With better speed and a favorable wind, the two Christian navies gave chase. In a running battle between Lybia and Tunisia, the Greeks and Turks were worn down as the trailing ships were caught and destroyed, suffering horrendous losses along the way.

Just as it looked like the Christians were going to break off the chase, several squadrons of Tunisians intercepted the van of the fleeing Greeks. Now they were caught between the fresh North Africans and the faster, better equipped Catholics. At this time, Bartuk's own son broke away with one third of the remaining ships and surrendered to the Tunisians - with that all hope was lost.

In the aftermath, the leadership of the Byzantines were never found, most believing they had gone down with the last of the Greek ships. However, Bartuk's body was found and it was clear his end was not pleasant as his "loyal" advisors tried to gain favor with the victors by brutally, but slowly killing the man who had led them to this ruin.
Civilized tech 7.

Central Asia

THE SAFAVID SULTANATE
Haidar
DIPLOMACY: Bactria (a), Ferghana (a), Turkmen (a), Gurgan (fa), Tabaristan (nt)
Haidar strengthens his position in Central Asia and expands to the west to make contact with the Turkish states in the Middle East. Trade is established with the Black Sheep.
Civilized 6.

THE CHEIBANID KHANATE
Toghrul
DIPLOMACY: None
The Khan expands the city Ufa in Khirgiz. The Khan succumbs to the weather on a hunting trip and Toghrul is acknowledged as the new Khan.
Nomad tech 5.

India

THE SULTANATE OF DELHI
Khizar Khan
DIPLOMACY: Vatsa (nt)
The Sultan makes a wide range of investments into his various governmental organs. The Khan watches the realm as he orders the Heir and a trusted advisor to continue the diplomatic war with Jaunpur in Vatsa; the Hindu of Vasta accepts the prize of the khan's daughter and recognizes Delhi rule.
Civilized tech 6.

THE SULTANATE OF GUJERAT
Mahmud Shah
DIPLOMACY: Sind (t)
The Shah brings the Word of Allah to the pagans of Anhivarta, Surashtra and Edrosia; There are Sunni majorities in Anhivarta and Edrosia. The Island of Kutch is colonized and the Sind agrees to pay tribute to the Shah.
Civilized tech 7.

THE SULTANATE OF JAUNPUR
Begarha
DIPLOMACY: Chandela (ea), Vatsa (no net effect)
The Sultan continued his investment in improving the lives of the peasants of the region and strengthens his ties to Chandela. Jaunpur and Delhi continue their contest of the hearts and minds of the Hindus of Vatsa.
Civilized tech 7.

THE SULTANATE OF BENGAL
Bulal Lodi
DIPLOMACY: None
Bulal concentrated on increasing trade with his neighbors by building shipping for the Cartel. He also focused on bringing the pagan Hindu to the ways of Allah, the majority of Gaur now professing Islam. The city of Tamaralipti expanded a level as civilization and culture flourished in the Sultan's court.
Civilized tech 7.

THE HINDU KINGDOM OF ORISSA
Sangramaraja
DIPLOMACY: Pundra (nt), Kosala (t), Satava (nt)
Sangramaraja energizes his diplomatic corps and they bring Pundra, Kosala and Satava into the kingdom. Trade is started with Malabar. The cities of Kalanjara and Konarak expanded a level.
Civilized tech 6.

THE SULTANATE OF MALWA
Ala-ud-din
DIPLOMACY: Avanti (nt), Dahala (f)
Ala-ud-din concentrates on the internal administration of his nation and converting the Hindu masses; the majority of Dahala now bow to Mecca.
Civilized tech 6.

THE SULTANATE OF BAHMANI
Firuz Shah
DIPLOMACY: None
Firuz Shah concentrated on the affairs of his state. The discovery of ancient ruins boosted the prestige of the Sultanate's university.
Civilized tech 7.

THE BHAKTI BRAHMO SAMAJ
Ramanada
DIPLOMACY: Samatata (mn), Kalinga (mn)
Ramanada devoted himself to spreading his influence and preparing for future struggles.
Civilized tech 6.

THE VIJAYANGAR EMPIRE
Radjya
DIPLOMACY: Manya-Kheta (f), Seylan (a), Karnata (t), Polonarva (ne)
Radjya ruled with the goal to consolidate his hold on southern India. Seylan became an ally and Manya-Kheta became an imperial city. Karnata agreed to pay tribute to Radjya but Polonarva rejected all overtures. Radjya raised his first born as heir and the young lad seemed made from the same mold.
Civilized tech 7.

Indochina and Indonesia

THE BURMAN KINGDOM OF AVA
Minhkaung
DIPLOMACY: Arakan (f)
Minhkaung concentrated on internal affairs and improving the lot of his subjects.
Civilized tech 6.

THE MON KINGDOM OF PEGU
Razadraya
DIPLOMACY: Dai Viet (nt)
Razadraya ruled his kingdom with the same benevolent hand as his father. The Andamans were claimed for the Kingdom, but colonists would probably be a more effective method of controlling the uninhabited islands. Dai Viet recognized Pegu's shared authority with the Thai's.
Civilized tech 6.

THE KINGDOM OF CHAMPA
Viaya Sri Harivaraja
DIPLOMACY: Khemer (f)
Viaya offered his daughter to the Prince of Khemer and the offer was gladly taken for she was indeed a treasure (and the Champan army was subtlely camped outside the Khemer palace). Vijaya is the capital of the Kingdom and the Thai are granted free access to Angkor.
Civilized tech 6.

THE THAI KINGDOM OF AYUTHIA
Int'araja, King of the Thai, Guardian of Angkor
DIPLOMACY: Angor (f)
Int'araja married off his second daughter to the eldest son of the ruling family of Angor, bringing them fully into the kingdom. A wary eye is cast on the Champan army as they tighten their grip on Khemer.
Civilized tech 6.

THE MAJAPAHIT KINGDOM OF JAVA
Tadarava, Nirguna, King of Java
DIPLOMACY: Malacca (f)
Tadarava pursued his father's dream of a Greater Java with a vengeance; he married the Malaccan Princess and that, with the help of all organs of his government, finally convinced the Malaccan King to join the to kingdoms into one. Tadarava also laid claim to some neighboring islands and started trade with Champa.
Civilized tech 6.

THE KINGDOM OF MALACCA
Paramesvara
DIPLOMACY: None
Paramesvara bowed to the inevitable, married off his daughter to the Javan king and retired to luxury.
Civilized tech 6.

East Asia

Mercenaries

Leader Achikaga (M829)
Troops 17i
AQRs i7

THE EMPIRE OF THE GREAT KHAN
Dayan Khan
DIPLOMACY: Beshbalik (nt)
The Khan continued his cultivation project in Tatar, Angarland, Yensey, and Beryat. Slave raids continued in the east, while the tribes of Beshbalik recognized the khans authority. The Khan opens trade with Japan and takes steps to ensure pirating is kept at a minimum. Due to a population explosion, Angaraland is now a 2 gpv region.
Civilized tech 6.

MING EMPIRE OF CHINA
Yung-lo
DIPLOMACY: Houma (f), Jiangxi (f), Szechwan (f), Taiwan (c), Hainan (ne), Chiennan (f), Chan'An (f),
Yung-Lo continues the great life's work of consolidating the Ming into a unified people and continues construction of investments to improve the lot of the people. Plans are laid for major construction activities to be commenced in the next four years and completed in forty years. Claims are laid upon the two neighboring regions of Hainan and Taiwan (although Hainan rejected the claim). Economic response to heavy investment over the years begins to quicken and prosperity looms on the horizon, as does an ominous dark cloud.
Civilized tech 6.

ASHIKAGA JAPAN
Yamana
DIPLOMACY: Heian (f), Yamaguchi (f), Iwakuni (ea), Kagashima (nt), Aichi (f)
Yamana continues to strengthen his authority across Japan, building new port cities in Aichi and Yamaguchi (Tokyo and Kyoto, respectively); these two regions became friendly to Yamana. Japanese engineers have discovered new techniques in building siege engines.
Civilized tech 7.

THE GORYEO KINGDOM
Mog-Jong
DIPLOMACY: Parhae (a), Cheju Do (f)
Mog-Jong colonizes the island of Cheju Do and gains an ally in the tribes of Parhae.
Civilized tech 6.

TIBET
Tsong-Kha-Pa
DIPLOMACY: Szechwan(ch), Koueichou (ch), Chiennan (ab), Kweichou (ab)
The Holy Father Tsong moved south to bless the Ming Emperor and his court. Churches are established in Szechwan and its city of Koueichou, while his priests build abbeys in Chiennan and Kweichou. Other efforts fully convert the people of Gsang to the True Path.
Civilized tech 6.


OCEANIC

Polynesia and Australia


AFRICA

Northern Africa

THE MARINID Khalifate
Khalifah Abu Said Othman, Amir Al-Mu'mineen (Leader of the Believers)
DIPLOMACY: MAdina (nt), Mecca (ab), Jerusalem (mn), Damascus (ab)
Abu Said Othman warns the Christians of interfering in Moslem affairs and calls a Jihad against Bartuk and Eastern Orthodoxy - It may yet spread to all Christendom.

 

To The Christian Rulers Of Italy And Europe

From Khalifah Abu Said Othman Al-Marinid, Amir Al-Mu'mineen

In the Name of All‚h, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. All praise be to Almighty All‚h, Lord of the Universe, and peace and blessings be upon His Final Messenger Muhammad, and upon his Companions, his Family and all those who follow Clear Guidance until the Last Day. We humbly seek the Grace and Forgiveness of All‚h Most High - and were it not for His Most Bountiful Mercy, we would all be amongst the losers. There is none who can forgive sins or answer prayers except for Almighty All‚h – the Compassionate, the Most Merciful - and we seek refuge in Almighty All‚h from the evil of our souls and from our sinful deeds. Only the misguided claim that All‚h - the Loving, the Powerful and the Wise - cannot freely bestow His forgiveness on whomsoever He pleases! We testify that there is nothing divine or worthy of being worshipped except for Almighty All‚h - the Mighty and the Sublime - and that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger.

O Christians, how can you turn so far from the words of the your Lord? Does not your own Injeel, your own Bible, admonish you to worship the One God?

"And Moses summoned all Israel, and said to them, "Hear, O Israel, the statutes and the ordinances which I speak in your hearing this day, and you shall learn them and be careful to do them. The LORD our God made a covenant with us in Horeb. Not with our fathers did the LORD make this covenant, but with us, who are all of us here alive this day. The LORD spoke with you face to face at the mountain, out of the midst of the fire, while I stood between the LORD and you at that time, to declare to you the word of the LORD; for you were afraid because of the fire, and you did not go up into the mountain. He said: "'I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; You shall not bow down to them or serve them; For I the LORD your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments."

And now see what your iniquity promises the children of your children’s children! The merchants that ply the routes from Italy to Africa whisper rumors of war, and mutter darkly about it's repercussions. Those that worked the routes between Egypt and Italy report seeing ships on the horizon flying no pennant but of familiar make.

Are you mad?! Will you engulf the Mediterranean entire in a bloody holy war in the worthless, accursed name of the Mameluke Bartuk Malik-al-Zahir? Then you are as wretched, shortsighted and deaf to the words of your own holy book as he! Bartuk’s looming treachery awaits you in this world and in the next world Fire awaits you all.

I call on Pope Clement to look to the teachings of the Injeel, the Bible of Jesus, and stop this madness before it drowns the People of the Book in a profitless, bloodthirsty war, and all for naught. The Christian mercenaries of Aragon and Portugal are cause enough for holy war, and that war is already upon us! The Kings of these two lands swear they will withdraw upon the Mameluke’s destruction, and may even yet gain forgiveness.

Any further Christian attack or encroachment in Egypt or any Muslim land will spread war to all the Mediterranean Sea, and beyond. Four Generations of Lamentation and Woe! Half a century and more until we stand again where we stand right now. I offer my hand in distant friendship just once! You have never faced us in this, our righteous might, and Islam stands against all opposition, and All‚h is All Wise, All Powerful.

If Almighty All‚h would test the Muslim Ummah, they stand submitting to Him, humble and strong, willing to bear any sacrifice, for All‚h will protect them against all opposition, and All‚h is All Wise, All Powerful.

Do not try us, O Christian kings, without knowing that such a war will be fought to the last soldier, the last city, the last ship, and there will be no turning back! , And All‚h is All Wise, All Powerful.

And on the Last Day, when you shall face All‚h, the Mighty and the Sublime, you shall know terrible Fear! For your Deeds shall be laid out before Him and His Countenance grim, and yours shall be the Fire Everlasting! And All‚h is All Wise, All Powerful.

 

Khalifah Abu Said Othman Al-Marinid,

Amir Al-Mu'mineen, Amir Al-Mujahidin

Jihads have gathered in Tunisia and Syria.

The Khalifah also continues the work of spreading his authority eastward.
Civilized tech 6.

THE HAFSID CALIPHATE
Nasir ad Dawla Badis
DIPLOMACY: Rabat (t), Fez (nt)
Nasir gathers his army and the called Jihadists and moves east. (See Mamelukes)
Civilized tech 7.

Western Africa

THE MALI EMPIRE OF SONGHAY
Nasir ad Dawla Badis
DIPLOMACY: Arauane (nt), Terhazza (nt), Garou (nt)
Nasir issues the following proclamation, gathers his forces and heads towards Hausaland. (See Hausaland)

PROCLAIMATION OF TOLERANCE, 1424

 

"Nothing is more unjust and defying Divine Will than contempt for thy neighbors. For Allah, great in His wisdom and His judgment, shall judge those of His children who strive for peace and justice. Those who desire peace shall hear the word of Islam through the Heart, those who fail to even attempt communication or earning the trust and goodness of their Brothers in the world shall hear the Word of Allah through the Sword. Swift is the action of the Holy and Untiring the determination to show those Unbelievers the Truth. A failure to discuss the ways of God and Man in open dialogue and peace forces upon a never-ending quest to teach. Through friendship or pain, the actions of those following the Truth shall never cease……………"

"The pagans who fail to discuss openly the desires of their peoples and peacefully live with their neighbors in Africa shall forever feel the wrath of Allah. For Allah shall guide those in turmoil and uncertainty, by returning to roots of learning if need be. Such is the view of the devout followers of Songhay – those unwilling to hear or talk shall NOT be left alone to forge their evil plots and ways against those loyal to the Word. Those of the Hausa have been judged by their refusal to open peaceful dialogue to also bear the refusal to live in peace with those of the Mali and Songhay. Allah shall inspire in His followers tolerance for those of peaceful intent and action for those who spite the Divine will of Peace and Justice!"

--- Naseem, Prince of Mali, Uniter of Peoples, Hand of Islam

Trade is established with Aragon via the old trade routes north through the desert. Garou is brought under the influence of Mali by the young Prince Sharef el-Wahat.
Civilized tech 6.

THE KINGDOM OF KANEM
Boyoma, Mai of the Kanem
DIPLOMACY: DAza (f),Ghadames (nt)
Boyoma extended his influence north into the desert, allowing trade to start with Tunisia.
Civilized tech 6.

THE WOLOF KINGDOM OF TAKRUR
N'dyaye Sar'te, Burba of Dyolof
DIPLOMACY: None
The Burba considers the Mali proclamation and subsequent actions and prepares himself.
Civilized tech 6.

HAUSALAND
Shawasata, Magajiya of Daura
DIPLOMACY: Yoruba (f), Kanuri (nt)
As Shawasata ruled the nation, siring a son and daughter in the process, he ordered Ecktechuko to bring the Yoruba into the family - and it was done!. He sent his son, Thambo, north to woo the tribes of Kanuri, they grudgingly give their recognition of Dauran rule.

As this good news was coming from the diplomatic front a stranger approached the court and ask for an audience with the Magajiya. As he neared Shawasata, he suddenly pulled a bladed and lunged for the monarch. Before guards could subdue the assassin, Shawasata had been wounded. This was followed quickly by news that the Mali had crossed the border and were ravaging the countryside.

By the spring of 1421, the Mali army -with almost 6,000 cavalry and 10,000 infantry - had set up for an active seige of the capital. Fortunately, Shawasata had recovered and had assumed control of the defenses. The Mali were impatient and quickly launched a series of attacks on the wall, but the walls held firm. After a week of this the Mali army withdrew back to their own territory with the slaves and loot ripped from the outlands in tow.

The Hausa losses were minimal while the Mali lost about 1/3 of their forces to dead and wounded, though many returned to fighting status before the Army had returned home.
Civilized tech 6.

Eastern Africa

ISLAMIC TRADE CARTEL
Trader Al-Joe
DIPLOMACY: Shoa (bo), Mansura (bo), Egypt (bo), Berbera (t), Palas (bo), Tamaralpiti (ne), Alexandria (un)
Big Al gained shipping assets from Bengal and Ethiopia while trying to strengthen his influence throughout the Middle East and India. He again juggled his shipping assets and closed down some routes. His efforts to regain a foothold in Alexandria failed.
Renaissance tech 8.

THE KINGDOM OF ABYSSINIA
Sibhat Zagwe
DIPLOMACY: Gezira (t)
Sibhat gains tribute from the Christian tribes of Gezira while his long friend, the pagan ruler of Gamo-Gofa died and his whelp of a son reject his obligations to the Kingdom. In a joint venture with the Cartel, Zabid was increased a level and shipping was built for the Arab merchants. A watchful eye was cast northward, awaiting the final breaths of Mameluke Egypt.
Civilized tech 7.

Southern Africa

THE BAKONGO KINGDOM
Oduduma, King of Bakongo
DIPLOMACY: Lui (f)
Oduduma gains influence in Lui. He also continued his wide ranging investments in the local economy and local learning centers.
Barbarian tech 3.
No cavalry.

THE KINGDOM OF THE MWANA-MUTAPHA
Dunbo Changamire, King of Rozwi
DILPOMACY: Bassa (f)
Dunbo convinced the tribes of Bassa to become full members of his kingdom..
Civilized tech 4. No cavalry.


THE NEW WORLD

North America

THE MISSISSIPPI EMPIRE
Noktesunah, Son of the Sun
DIPLOMACY: Adena (f), Scioto (f), Natchez (t)
The Sun King signed a lasting treaty with the Natchez, sealed with the marriage of his eldest to the Natchez Princess. He also cemented relations among his own regions and villages.
Pre-Columbian. No cavalry.

THE SEQUOIA NATION
Running Bear
DIPLOMACY: None
Running Bear built a new village in Patwin. Originally, the village was to be named Sparkling Stream but the great medicine man said the name was too long so he named the village Sparkling Creek.
Barbarian. No cavalry.

THE CREEK DEATH CULT
Shukahosus
DIPLOMACY: Cheraw (colonized)
Shukahosus continued the development of his nation.
Pre-Columbian. No cavalry.

THE PLAQUEMINE NATCHEZ
Mukalus
DIPLOMACY: None
Mukalus entertained the northern emissary and agreed to marry his daughter to the elder son of the Mississippians. With this marriage, the Natchez become tributary to the Northern Sun King.
Pre-Columbian. No cavalry.

Meso America

THE TEPANEC HEGEMONY
Xiu Cinteotl
DIPLOMACY: Achi (f)
Xiu Cinteotl gains the friendship of Achi while keeping a wary eye to the west.
Civilized tech 4. No cavalry.

THE ARAWAK OF THE ISLANDS
Ahabatey
DIPLOMACY: Taino (t)
Ahabatey convinces the tribes of Taino to pay tribute.
Pre-Columbian.

THE AZTECS
Matlaccoatzin, the Blood King
DIPLOMACY: Tarascan (f), Huexotla (f), Zapotec (nt)
Matlaccoatzin again orders raids on Nahuatl, Huave, and Popoluca for slaves, sending them to Otomi and Huexotla to work in the fields. The Blood King himself convinces Tarascan to become full members of the Empire while Trenchilxoat does the same in Huexotla. The King tries to mend fences in Zapotec by granting the region nominal control of their main city.
Civilized tech 4. No cavalry.

South America

THE MIGHTY INCAN EMPIRE
Tatam Yach
DIPLOMACY: Ataura (ea), Chimu (fa), Nazca (f)
Tatam order a full diplomatic effort to convince the old province of Ataura to rejoin the Empire; they agreed to to form an economic alliance. Tatam also granted his trusted friend the province of Chimu as his own fief. A port city (Ica) was built on the coast of Nazca, which also went friendly. Cuiriato suffered a hunting accident injury after the celebration in Ataura in which he never recovered, dying a few weeks later.
Civilized tech 5. No cavalry

 

MSI-6

 

# Nation Name MSI ESI Player Name TV EMail Address
1 Ming Empire 298.6 3 Temujin Kam Suhn 29.9 Temujinkamsuhn@worldnet.att.net
2 Kingdom of Poland/Lithuania 139.6 7 Matthew Taylor 9.5 mtaylor@hq.usra.edu
3 The Ottoman Sultanate 109.4 10 Jeff Morrison 10.2 rebel@blclinks.net
4 Kingdom of Portugal 109.3 5 Jamie Halla 11.3 hallatosis@hotmail.com
5 Duchy of Burgundy 104.3 4 Ivan Mostinckx 14.4 Ivan.Mostinckx@planetinternet.be
6 The Majapahit Kingdom of Java 99.2 15 Lorne Colmar 8.3 lorne@lcolmar.freeserve.co.uk
7 Kingdom of France 92.1 9 James Marshall 10 james.f.marshall@gte.net
8 Kingdom of Denmark 89.8 18 (Brian Sico) 7.3 brians@zenweb.com
9 Safavid Sultanate 86.1 28 Alex Inglis 7.6 alex_n_nic@optusnet.com.au
10 Kingdom of Castile 79.6 16 Paul Flinton 10.7 pflinton_lords31@hotmail.com
11 The Golden Horde 78.7 34 Chris Cornuelle 9.4 bob@math.umn.edu
12 The Incan Empire 78.8 32 James Oakley 4.9 ostar@mail.com
13 Duchy of Saxony 79 46 Ed Allen 1.5 tgroove@earthlink.net
14 The Hafsid Caliphate 78.6 36 Brian Forester 9.3 ysgarran@hotmail.com
15 Republic of Genoa 75.7 2 Gregory Aldous 11.2 gwa3827@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
16 The Sultanate of Jaunpur 75.9 24 (Bob Nardone) 1.8 bnardone@mail.del.net
17 Knights of St John 74.9 14 James Cochran 4.5 jcochran@unique-software.com
18 The Mali Empire 74.7 33 Robert Miles 4.4 rmiles@dellnet.com
19 The Hanseatic League 73.3 1 Lee Forester 34.3 forester@webmail.hope.edu
20 Kingdom of Aragon 72.4 8 (Matt Holy) 11.5 holyman@blight.com
21 Ashikaga Japan 71.9 37 Akira 6.9 akira1999@juno.com
22 The Timurid Emirate 70.5 12 Travas Gunell 12 lordsstuff@yahoo.com
23 Principality of Moscow 70.3 20 Sean Boomer 3.1 gnaeusatiuspertinax@yahoo.co.uk
24 The Vijayangar Empire 69.7 27 Don Deutsch 4.7 DDeutsch@rmgmpls.com
25 Kingdom of Naples 68.8 29 Charles Hurst 9.1 charlesh@teleport.com
26 The Teutonic Knights 69 17 Rick Ludowese 1.7 RickLud@aol.com
27 Kingdom of England 66.2 19 Ed Connery 7.8 econnery@pciglobal.com
28 Duchy of Bohemia 62.1 41 Mark Newman 4.5 MNewman565@aol.com
29 The Kingdom of Champa 60.4 40 Wilson Hsieh 2.2 wilson@cs.utah.edu
30 The Hindu Kingdom of Orissa 59.5 45 Open Nation 4.7 None
31 The Tai Kingdom of Ayuthia 59.4 59 Scott Murrell 3.8 scottdmurrell@yahoo.com
32 The Marinid Khalifate 59 66 (Abu Said Othman) 0.3 SmoggyRob@earthlink.net
33 Emir of Rum 58.8 61 Open Nation 2.8 None
34 The Sultanate of Gujerat 58.3 55 David Inglis 4.8 pugslote@yahoo.com.au
35 The Sequoia Nation 55.7 44 Mike Work 1.9 shogun+@pitt.edu
36 The Empire of the Great Khan 55.5 25 Mark Saint Cyr 7.6 miklos_aerasume@email.com
37 Principality of Serbia 56.4 30 Tim Finton 5.4 khan_tim@yahoo.com
38 Swiss Confederation 55.9 35 Bill Karn 1.8 waywatcher@sprynet.com
39 Kingdom of Hungary 54.7 42 JJ Martell 4.4 jnmj@dwave.net
40 Order of the Cross and Cannon 54 23 Open Nation 2.4 None
41 Repubic of Novgorod 54.4 21 Ed Toms 3.7 bobannoni@hotmail.com
42 Republic of Venice 52.6 13 Kristen Beauchamp 6.1 Darvidien@aol.com
43 The Kingdom of Abyssinia 52.4 38 David Sarisohn 10 dsarison@mars.superlink.net
44 Bhakti Sect (Hindu) 52.3 50 Open Nation 0.3 None
45 The Goryeo Kingdom 51.8 63 Open Nation 3.9 None
46 Republic of Florence 50.6 26 Gary Morrison 5 gsmorr@blclinks.net
47 Duchy of Milan 50.8 22 (Joe Dragonette) 3.8 Drjdrag@cs.com
48 The Sultanate of Bengal 50.4 47 (Michael Blocker) 3.6 Michael_Blocker@med.unc.edu
49 The Kingdom of Kanem 49.4 64 Open Nation 1.1 None
50 The Roman Catholic Papacy 48 6 Robert Roth 3.3 roroth@mindspring.com
51 The Aztecs 48.2 39 Todd McCloskey 4.2 apoxis@hotmail.com
52 The Mississippi Empire 48.1 53 Theodore Shannon 5.2 Theodore.p.shannon@prodigy.net
53 The Mon Kingdom of Pegu 46.4 51 George Shrake 1.8 GEORGE.SHRAKE@asu.edu
54 The Cheibanid Khanate 45.3 43 Open Nation 7.2 None
55 Hausaland 44.9 62 Ted Kaminski 2.3 kaminski@midplains.net
56 Duchy of Brandenburg 44.2 52 George W. Mayr 2.5 geomayr@valstar.net
57 The Burman Kingdom of Ava 43.1 58 Open Nation 1.8 None
58 The Sultanate of Delhi 43.3 67 Ron Olexsak 2.8 sakzilla@uswest.net
59 The Wolof Kingdom of Takrur 42.5 54 Open Nation 4.8 None
60 Austria 41.5 49 Chris Caliano 2.5 KhaosRa@aol.com
61 The Bakongo Kingdom 42 69 Open Nation 1 None
62 The Tepanec Hegemony 41.5 65 Open Nation 2.2 None
63 Kingdom of Scotland 39.3 31 (Phillip Baird) 7.5 phillipbaird@sprintmail.com
64 Duchy of Bavaria 36.2 56 Adam Ramsey 2.3 Aethanr98@aol.com
65 The Sultanate of Bahmani 35.6 48 Open Nation 3.8 None
66 The Mwana-Mutapha 35.4 72 Open Nation 1.7 None
67 Yellow Hats (Tibet) 35.2 70 Thomas Harlan 0.3 thomash@throneworld.com
68 Black Sheep Turkomans 33.5 57 Open Nation 2.1 None
69 The Creek Death Cult 32.7 71 Open Nation 1.8 None
70 The Sultanate of Malwa 32.5 60 Open Nation 2.6 None
71 The Arawak of the Islands 28.8 73 Open Nation 1.7 None
72 Islamic Trade Cartel 25.8 11 David Adams 7.7 dadams@msi-world.com
73 The Teutonic Knights 1.5 79 Open Nation 0.3 None

 

Last Updated on 1 May 00
By David Salter