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cb598a  No.250344[Reply]

McKinsey tasked with bringing City Christians into Church of England fold

>it might allegedly be easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God, but that isn’t stopping the Church of England looking to supplement its flock with members of London’s financial elite

>a group led by the Church of England’s most senior Bishop has appointed McKinsey to draft a five-year plan, aimed at boosting the appeal of England’s state religious institution among Christian financial services executives aged between 20 and 35

>in a statement to the British press, Justin Welby remarked, “Given the frenetic and consuming nature of work in the financial sector, I would like to see Christians asking: what does it mean properly to stop? What does it mean to take time to reflect and examine your day?”

https://www.consultancy.uk/news/16059/mckinsey-tasked-with-bringing-city-christians-into-church-of-england-fold

CIPR unveils new energy think tank

>the Chartered Institute of Public Relations has announced the line-up of its new Energy Leadership Platform (ELP), following widespread interest from members

>led by co-chairs Ella Minty Found.Chart.PR MCIPR and Paddy Blewer MCIPR, the ELP will engage on key issues relating to the energy industry nationally and internationally from next month

>the new member-led think tank will comprise of seventeen senior qualified professionals with extensive experience in the provision of both in house and external communications advice across the energy industrial value chain

http://newsroom.cipr.co.uk/line-up-for-cipr-energy-think-tank-revealed/

Omnicom PR firms report slight growth in Q4

>the holding company's Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d91d58  No.251072

>>251070

>not having a slide belt that adjusts infinitely

Casuals smh


f45c1b  No.251073

>>251057

And a codeine addict

>>251056

Tbh I’ve met gen zed who are zylkon but she’s just an edgy kid honestly. It’s pretty tragic what’s going on with her but she brought it upon herself.

Hate what women do but love what women are :(


d91d58  No.251074

>>251073

>codiene addict

Stay well away lad


d3c8ea  No.251076


f45c1b  No.251080

>>251074

There’s so many layers of fucked up with this girl I genuinely feel like someone needs to save her from herself and kill her bf who is purile scum




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ee10f2  No.249692[Reply]

Duo jailed for Hayling Island Ukrainian people smuggling

>a former ballet dancer and a chef have been jailed for attempting to smuggle six Ukrainians into the UK on a yacht

>Vladyslav Kurtoglu and Dmytro Kruik were caught when their yacht was intercepted in Hampshire in May 2017

>Kurtoglu, 50, was jailed for six years after being convicted of assisting unlawful immigration and Kruik, 29, was jailed for three years and nine months, having admitted the same offence

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-43143979

EU to Finance New Baltic-Black Sea Transport Corridor

>the European Union will finance a Go Highway project together with Ukraine, establishing a new transport corridor on the Silk Road

>the announcement was made by the Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan after his meeting with Henrik Hololei, the European Commission’s director-general for mobility and transport

>it currently costs $1000-$1500 to ship a 20’ container from Gdansk to Odessa. When the Go Highway project is complete, the cost will be 30% less, providing an alternative route for cargo being shipped from the eastern to the western markets

http://emerging-europe.com/in-brief/eu-finance-new-baltic-black-sea-transport-corridor/

Sailing into the dead zone

>a West Country team is set to embark on an 12-day voyage to measure pollution, including micro-plastics, in the Arctic

>the goal of the students and staff from the University of Exeter expedition, named Sail Against Plastic, is to discover the impact of non-visible pollution, such as noise pollution or micro-plastics, on marine life

>the trip, to the icy waters surrounding Svalbard in the Arctic CiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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ee10f2  No.250342

>>250340

Please don't.

>>250341

Yes.


d4b1bc  No.250343

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kot


ee10f2  No.250345


ee10f2  No.250346

the webm was the issue


24f137  No.250369

Holy shit lads I'm steaming




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f1e557  No.249047[Reply]

Transport organisations call for Lane Rental revenues to be used to improve roads

>the Government has announced the roll out of a Lane Rental scheme on England’s roads in a bid to reduce congestion from roadworks, but transport organisations have called for the surplus revenue from them to be invested in improving the road network.

>from late 2019, councils can charge utility companies up to £2,500 a day to work on the busiest roads at peak times. This follows pilot schemes running in London and Kent, since 2012 and 2013, respectively

>"congestion costs the UK economy £9 billion a year,” said Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett, "so the Government, councils and highways authorities need to think creatively about how to tackle it."

https://truckanddriver.co.uk/latest-news/transport-organisations-call-lane-rental-revenues-used-improve-roads/

Lorry driver turned down for UK-based job for being British

>Michael Fowler, 39, from Salisbury said he was 'gobsmacked' to receive an email informing him that home-grown candidates for delivery role were not being considered

>the email read: “Hi Michael, Are you British because our positions exclude British candidates? Kind regards, Plamena Ivanoa, recruitment consultant.”

>Michael said: “I was just gobsmacked. I thought I must have read the job advert wrong, but I hadn’t.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5585456/lorry-driver-turned-down-for-uk-based-job-for-being-british/amp/

London freight companies celebrate as Grayling blocks PCN charges

>London’s freight operators are celebrating, after it was confirmed the Transport Secretary has blocked plans for a dramatic increase in Red RoutePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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396c67  No.249688


decac9  No.249689

>>249678

Cheddars btfo, if I recall my numbers correctly this makes us over two times more native to Britain than Zulus are to South Africa and ten times more than the Maoris are to New Zealand.


650557  No.249690

>>249689

excuse me soyboy social studies lecturers in glasses that can't pick up a chair would have something to tell you about how we aren't indingeous we iz all immigrants


396c67  No.249691

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BUILT

TO

BREED


f1e557  No.249694




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ca5bd6  No.248366[Reply]

UK government will not block restoration of traditional marriage in Bermuda

>the British government will not block a new law abolishing same-sex civil marriage in Bermuda, Prime Minister Theresa May has said

>Bermuda’s minister of home affairs, Walton Brown, stated that many Bermudans are against same-sex marriage. He said: “The act is intended to strike a fair balance between two currently irreconcilable groups in Bermuda, by restating that marriage must be between a male and a female”

>according to a YouGov poll released on 9th February, only 29% of people in Britain thought the UK should intervene so that Bermuda maintains same-sex marriage, while 39% thought Bermuda should be allowed to abolish it

http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2018/02/16/uk-government-will-not-block-restoration-of-traditional-marriage-in-bermuda/

Bermuda open for business

>traditional barriers in Bermuda are to come down as the island opens some doors in a bid to boost the economy with foreign investment

>David Burt, the Premier and Minister of Finance, announced an end to the 60:40 rule to guarantee Bermudian majority ownership of island businesses. Now only 40% Bermudian ownership will be required

>Mr Burt also signalled that global legal firms could get an easier path to an office in Bermuda, while the Government will examine ways to expand “the types of banks that can operate in Bermuda”

http://www.royalgazette.com/politics/article/20180216/bermuda-open-for-business&template=mobileart

Disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle linked to technology failures

>from what we know, 75 planes and hundreds of ships were claimed by the area, with possiblPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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ace0f8  No.249044

>>249040

>cities aren't ideal and will soon be outdated in the information age

If anything it seems that the more time goes by, and the more technology makes cities unnecessary, the more people converge into cramped cities anyway. I don't know what's going on.


9b48dd  No.249045

>>249040

> more preferable for longevity's sake to convert them to pagangism

It would have to be very gradual tbh, I'd only want genuine people doing it rather than masses joining and treating it as some fad


d27c89  No.249046

>>249044

Proximity to high paying work


ca5bd6  No.249048


5d73a7  No.249049

>>249041

>being so lactose-intolerant that you can't eat cheese

literally none-white

>can't pkughmans

ahh lad thats a vile curse that's been placed on you

>>249042

Steps could be taken to reduce the severity of the issues is all I'm saying. They still have their uses, they're not outdated yet.

>>249043

Lad we may choose to stay powerful on our own terms or have them dictated to us when we're weak. Britain must keep it's eyes on the horizon as it always has.

>>249044

They're not outdated yet and will still be the thing even when they are. Populations take ages to realise these sorts of things

>>249045

Aye. The last thing any pagan movement needs is for it to be joined by a bunch of hedonistic wicca-wannabes




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edcecb  No.247636[Reply]

Delivery driver caught on CCTV sprinting half-naked through the streets after taking four grams of cocaine and stabbing French tourist to death is jailed for life

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5396281/Half-naked-man-stabbed-French-tourist-jailed-life.html#ixzz57CH4Zq5S

Shocking moment cigarette-smoking farmer attacks vegan activist laying red roses at a livestock market… after telling him to 'eat a BACON sandwich'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5395303/Aggressive-farmer-attacks-vegan-protest-Oxfordshire.html#ixzz57CH8OLHN

South Africa: Day Zero pushed back to June

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/02/south-africa-day-pushed-june-180215094221289.html

Dyfed-Powys Police element of council tax backed to rise by 5%

http://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/15997298.Dyfed_Powys_Police_element_of_council_tax_backed_to_rise_by_5_/

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d3e47f  No.248371


edcecb  No.248372

>>248369

wog is more common i suppose

>>248370

oyasumi


5d5cc8  No.248374

>>248367

>when had a nightmare so the parents let you watch a couple eps of courage before gping back to bed

yiss

>>248370

night lad


d3e47f  No.248377

>>248372

New thread lad.

>>248366

>>248374

New thread lad.

>>248366


f42ef6  No.248480

>>248269

I meant I was stealing them




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2043d5  No.246894[Reply]

A man after my own heart this lad. If he was real and liked 8chan he'd prolly thotpost a lot as well.

Links stolen from /brit/:

The world is facing a tequila shortage

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/a5fa2cf9-57b2-469a-bea9-5809e1afd913

Can an orgasm a day keep stress away?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/article/66e32f0e-c734-4818-bcae-4ecb7b122ead

What it's like to live in a safe house for transgender people

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/newsbeat-42909606

'I couldn't mourn my grandmother as I had my period'

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-42608302

And basically every single thing under this

https://twitter.com/bbcthree

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2043d5  No.247632

dibs not it


2043d5  No.247633

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whatever came of it lads


e449ee  No.247634

>>247633

herts died


c72d14  No.247635

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5faff9  No.247637




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d475a8  No.246161[Reply]

Thats it lads, let's see your fashion essentials

It's gotta be

>BIG jumpers

>slim fit jeans

>High top trainers

and

>loose t shirts

T B H

Recycled news:

Jobsite Table Saw Showdown 2018

>With 5 great competitors in the running some of the rating really comes down to splitting hairs but that’s what we do.

>The big elephant in the room is the SawStop as it’s the only one on the market with “Flesh Detecting” technology

http://www.coptool.com/jobsite-table-saw-showdown-2018/

Dewalt Tool at World of Concrete 2018

>Dewalt is really going after the concrete market with several new products aimed at silica dust collection

>As well as expanding their Flexvolt cordless offering with some heavy duty tools that can now outperform their corded counter parts

http://www.coptool.com/dewalt-tool-world-concrete-2018/

Review: Dewalt 20V Max Brushless Chainsaw, and How I Was Wrong About it

>I had intended on buying this saw because I needed a chainsaw for some yard work and really didn’t feel like spending the time trying to diagnose why my gas chainsaw was having issues

http://toolguyd.com/dewalt-20v-max-brushless-chainsaw-review/

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62f8ba  No.246890

New thread required


d475a8  No.246891

>>246888

You don't gotta tell me lad. It always get's vile after a week and it never gets better.

>>246890

I'll do it


62f8ba  No.246892

>(170)


62f8ba  No.246893

>>246891

>(131)

Wew glad you're back lad


d475a8  No.246895




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915805  No.245440[Reply]

THIS WEEK

Jobsite Table Saw Showdown 2018

>With 5 great competitors in the running some of the rating really comes down to splitting hairs but that’s what we do.

>The big elephant in the room is the SawStop as it’s the only one on the market with “Flesh Detecting” technology

http://www.coptool.com/jobsite-table-saw-showdown-2018/

Dewalt Tool at World of Concrete 2018

>Dewalt is really going after the concrete market with several new products aimed at silica dust collection

>As well as expanding their Flexvolt cordless offering with some heavy duty tools that can now outperform their corded counter parts

http://www.coptool.com/dewalt-tool-world-concrete-2018/

Review: Dewalt 20V Max Brushless Chainsaw, and How I Was Wrong About it

>I had intended on buying this saw because I needed a chainsaw for some yard work and really didn’t feel like spending the time trying to diagnose why my gas chainsaw was having issues

http://toolguyd.com/dewalt-20v-max-brushless-chainsaw-review/

New Hitachi Cordless Pin Nailer

>Hitachi has come out with a new 18V 23-gauge pin nailer, NP18DSAL, capable of driving in pins up to 1-3/8″ long

http://toolguyd.com/hitachi-cordless-pin-nailer/

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0708fe  No.246160

Or a half ounce of chronic


489316  No.246162

>>246156

>tfw trains are so expensive


0708fe  No.246163

>>246162

Could pick you up from pompey


fbb35c  No.246164


90f0bf  No.246850

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4d15cc  No.244722[Reply]

THIS WEEK

The shed of the year is The Mushroom Shed

>The ultimate treehouse has beaten stiff competition to be crowned overall winner of the highly coveted Cuprinol Shed of the Year competition

http://www.shedblog.co.uk/2017/09/17/shed-year-2017-mushroom-shed/

Sheds have more wi-fi than wheelbarrows!

>53% of Brits now have Wi-Fi and electricity in their sheds compared with 25% who have a wheelbarrow according to new research by Cuprinol

http://www.shedblog.co.uk/2017/06/21/sheds-wi-fi-wheelbarrows/

SHEDS ARE THE WINDOWS TO THE SOUL

>New research suggests that garden sheds are more than a place to store tools, they are in fact a window into their owner’s soul

https://www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk/blog/sheds-are-windows-into-the-soul/

Jamies Billyoh Dorset Log Carbin

>Fighters, athletes, Olympians like Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Michael Phelps are only a few of many athletes who became household names. Besides the hunger, the drive, and the passion to achieve legendary status, they all seem to have one thing that gives them an edge–a personal trainer

>But what gives these trainer an edge among their colleagues? To Jamie, who is a personal trainer, our BillyOh Dorset Log Cabin proved to be the edge he needs to ensure his clients achieve the goals they set for themselves

https://www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk/blog/jamies-billyoh-Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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4d15cc  No.245437

hurry up you toaster computer


43d76f  No.245438

>>245437

Fuck the thread just make me toast


961c74  No.245439

Steak and eggs at spoons or pork chops for dinner lads?


4d15cc  No.245441

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c7bbd4  No.245442

dreamt about her again




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328dd9  No.244064[Reply]

THIS WEEK

Nova Scotia’s first stamps

>Nova Scotia quickly acted when the opportunity arose to set up its own post office, explains Unveiling Classic Stamps columnist Sergio Sismondo. He looks at the postage stamps that were issued in 1851, engraved and printed in England by Perkins, Bacon and Co

Confederate States and Civil War stamp lots dominate Schuyler Rumsey stamp sale

>Schuyler Rumsey Philatelic Auctions held a Confederate States and Civil War postal history auction in San Francisco, Calif., on Dec. 14. Rumsey featured an attractive example of the rare 1861 Greenville, Ala., 5¢ provisional (Scott 33X1). Only six of the typeset adhesives exist. This unused example realized $25,300,

https://www.linns.com/news/auctions/2018/february/confederate-states-civil-war-lot-dominate-schuyler-rumsey-sale.html

Bear Bryant stamp used as a playbook to collecting U.S. stamp issues

>Are you ready for another edition of Linn’s Stamp News monthly magazine? We sure hope so, because the Feb. 19 issue is jam-packed with a marvelous assortment of in-depth, scholarly features that are sure to please

https://www.linns.com/news/us-stamps-postal-history/2018/february/bear-bryant-stamp-a-playbook-to-collecting-united-states-stamp-issues-inside-linns.html

USPS Love Flourishes Forever stamp 2018 celebrating friendship and admiration

>Love is in bloom with a new stamp and these beautiful Forever stamps can be used any day of the year to send love to friends and family.

>The stamp is a Forever stamp and will always be equal in vaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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09ea53  No.244719

>>244716

Better believe it


3da61c  No.244720

>>244719

Genuinely smiled at that IRL lad nice one


e73792  No.244721

>>244717

>>244718

I drink 750ml a day to get my five-a-day. Is that too much sugar? May just stick to green tea from now on.


328dd9  No.244723

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3da61c  No.244724

>>244721

Probably best to avoid lad. I've got less teeth than toes because of it smh




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360b75  No.243383[Reply]

The Church of England has reached a turning point on gay marriage

>inclusion doesn’t represent the weakening of tradition, but the fraying of evangelical control

>the boy who cried wolf, we hardly listen any more. But last week’s vote in the General Synod, in which the clergy voted against a bishops’ report that said only a man and woman can marry in church, is a genuine turning point

>the Church of England was founded on reason and tradition, not just the Bible, and was embedded in the universities and other institutions of learning. It has been a societal Church for the whole nation, not a sectarian one for purists

https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/other/the-church-of-england-has-reached-a-turning-point-on-gay-marriage

Downing Street insists UK will leave customs union

>Downing Street has insisted Britain will leave the EU customs union after Brexit amid claims of Tory disunity over the UK-EU future relationship

>Theresa May has faced calls to spell out what she wants from the talks ahead of the UK's departure in March 2019

>in a customs union the UK would have tariff-free trade within the EU, but would lose the ability to strike its own deals with other countries

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42938672

British Army denies Facebook post tried to recruit Irishmen

>the Royal Irish Regiment, an infantry unit of the British Army, paid to promote a Facebook post about an open evening at Lowfield Camp in Ballymena, Co Antrim

>the sponsored post said: “Speak to the local lads in the platoon and find out what they get up to.”

>the advertisement was aimed at men between the ages of 18 and 40 who were living near Dublin. UnderPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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3129b3  No.244060

>>244057

might sell mine


2b731b  No.244061

>>244060

I like them too much though, they are my babies, these ones graduated from best to work clothes today, I'm so proud


4c2430  No.244062

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hello fellow Britons did you know we used to be black so Brits shouldn't need to have white skin to be considered British?


2b731b  No.244063

>>244062

Hello fellow Jewish person, did you know that original jewish people had different skin colour from today's Jews so being of light complexion shouldn't be necessary to be allowed full rights in israel


0c772d  No.244065

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7bab77  No.242687[Reply]

Labour plans to make landowners sell to state for fraction of value

>Labour is considering forcing landowners to give up sites for a fraction of their current price in an effort to slash the cost of council house building

>the proposal has been drawn up by John Healey, the shadow housing secretary, and would see a Jeremy Corbyn-led government change the law so landowners would have to sell sites to the state at knockdown prices

>Labour is planning a new English Sovereign Land Trust with powers to buy sites at closer to the lower price which would be enabled by a change in the 1961 Land Compensation Act so the state could compulsorily purchase land at a price that excluded the potential for future planning consent

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/feb/01/labour-plans-landowners-sell-state-fraction-value

New domestic abuse law "could change Scotland"

>a bill to criminalise psychological domestic abuse has been passed, with some campaigners saying it "could change Scotland forever"

>the Domestic Abuse bill, which has wide backing, creates a specific offence of "abusive behaviour in relation to a partner or ex-partner"

>this includes psychological abuse such as coercive and controlling behaviour as well as violence

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-42890990

Moslem couples must get a civil wedding at the same time as a Sharia ceremony in future, a review of Islamic law in Britain says - but ministers rule out letting Sharia courts enforce laws

>Mohammedan couples should be legally required to have a civil marriage in addition to an Islamic ceremony, a government-ordered review of Sharia law concluded today

>the measure would mean more women had protection under faPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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e11401  No.243379

>>243377

N-no that's not me


13092a  No.243380

>>243379

Oh ok.


3a8903  No.243381

Can you do a new thread please bruh


1bd917  No.243382

>>243381

I will try for you


1bd917  No.243384




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ca650e  No.242168[Reply]

June 1775. Full-scale rebellion has broken out in the New England colonies.

In April, thousands of Massachusetts Militiamen fought British Regulars at the

battles of Lexington and Concord, pushing them back to the city of Boston.

In May, Fort Ticonderoga was captured by rebels, and Continental Congress has met again, in Philadelphia.

Armed militia gather and organise on both sides and government officials flee for safety.

There is little doubt that conflict will soon engulf the entirety of the British colonies.

The game is based upon each player playing as a General.

Most of the game is turn based [one turn lasting 4 months], all decisions/events will effectively take place during the turn.

However the military phase of the game is slightly different. A Campaign will commence once two opposing armies are in the same area.

For example, at the start of the game, the Boston Campaign is already in progress. Within the Boston Campaign, there is only the Siege of Boston, which

will count as a Campaign[as will all other sieges], and thus only have 4 small turns until the Campaign resumes next turn.

Battles will be rather short and simple as well as turn based, with a maximum of 8 turns.

The defender will always get first turn during a battle/campaign.

Note that only battles involving the player will be played by a player. Only players involved in a battle will be messaged about it.

Once a battle is over, the Campaign will resume if there are any turns left.

At the end of a turn, a General Report will be posted in the main thread, detailing events that have happened during the turn. A new map will also be posted. I'll also post a turn 0 report before the game begins to set the mood

Map code -

Dark blue - American controlled

Red - British controlled

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ca650e  No.242552

>>242551

I'll leave it up to the players to decide their strategies/objectives I think

I think having only player armies as main armies would be preferable, maybe some minor NPC skirmishes but nothing major [so no George Washington]

Of course taking over certain areas will naturally give certain results, but not as a defined mechanic tbh


ca650e  No.242568

Test post for start position/points let me know what you think. 20 Points to spend. Still unsure on balancing.

Name -

Faction -

Location -

Line[500men] - 3

Light[250men] - 3

Light[250men, rifles] - 6

Cavalry[250men] - 6

Artillery[100men,10 guns] - 9

Upgrade a troops skill for 1 point for + 1 skill, 2 points for + 2 skill

Upgrade a troops morale 1 point for + 1 morale, 2 points for + 2 morale

Veteran[+1 morale for all troops under command] - 8

Footman[+1 morale for all Line infantry] - 3

Light Foot[+1 morale for all Light infantry] - 3

Horseman[+1 morale for all cavalry] - 3

Engineer[+1 morale for all artillery] - 3

Charismatic - +1 reputation per turn - 2

Political connections - +2 reputation per turn - 4

[Unsure of what else to add here]

btw I'll make a new thread when everything is sorted, with updated mechanics, most likely tomorrow or friday


d192b3  No.242575

>>242568

That's pretty bloody good lad, looks balanced.

>Unsure of what else to add here]

War hero +2 rep +1 morale to all troops 6pts?


ca650e  No.242592

I'll be setting up a new thread today

Does this sound balanced? Players gain +2 rep per turn[not including events/decisions]

Cost to recruit in reputation [one regiment of 500 Line, 250 for Cavalry and Light infantry/rifle,100 for artillery] -

Skill 1 Reg - 4 rep[+1 for rifle,+2 for artillery]

Skill 2 Reg - 6 rep[+2 for rifle,+3 for artillery]

Skill 3 Reg - 8 rep[+3 for rifle,+4 for artillery]


c1cc47  No.243163

>>242592

Looks good lad




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bf41d6  No.242683

>>242680

No lad its me I had his flag on

>>242677

Smh only if you put them up your bum

>>242676

No comedown with Gods Own Paracetamols lad

>>242681

Pfft what are you, a transition element fag?


bf41d6  No.242684

>>242682

>not nicking those battery collection tubes at supermarkets and scrapping the lithium and lead for £2200/ton


bf41d6  No.242685

Feel literally 8/10 now, gods save the k


bf41d6  No.242686

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Night lads I'll do a thread on the flip side if nobody else wants to


1c0aeb  No.242689




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20a829  No.241219[Reply]

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e2e238  No.241875

>>241874

Yeah there's no rush, plenty of time to figure some more deductions.


bdb1f3  No.241876

>>241875

I'll need to look at my jobby bobby stuff, I have to report earned income every month so they already have my sign offs saying I didn't earn anything for that period, unless that system wasn't in effect at that time.

Not sure whether I should report it at all really tbh, I can make it anyway and report the upcoming work and that should satisfy things.


e2e238  No.241877

>>241876

If you aren't reporting it its a risk, but worth writing it up to like £20k and charging £2.5k tbf


bdb1f3  No.241878

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>>241877

will sort it out tomorrow tbh


517c7c  No.241881




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