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Post  The Engineer on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:50 am

When I am processing turns, it would be great if you were done the day before. I hate it when players leave it to the last flickering moment... >.<
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Re: Turn times

Post  TheVoice on Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:20 pm

Orders in!
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Post  Avidyasattva on Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:53 pm

How regularly are turns processed? Sometimes, we are busy in the evenings too.
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Re: Turn times

Post  Mr. Dillham on Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:10 pm

As I see it, there are generally two options open. Either you set dates for when turns are processed and everybody should have delivered their turns before that, or they will be skipped with results of an inactive response on the players tribes/nations behalf. Alternatively, we deliver our turns when we have the times, you process the turns that are delivered when you got time for it. There might be busy times when you cannot deliver your turn for a couple of days or a week or so.
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Post  The Benevolent One on Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:17 pm

Mr. Dillham wrote:As I see it, there are generally two options open. Either you set dates for when turns are processed and everybody should have delivered their turns before that, or they will be skipped with results of an inactive response on the players tribes/nations behalf. Alternatively, we deliver our turns when we have the times, you process the turns that are delivered when you got time for it. There might be busy times when you cannot deliver your turn for a couple of days or a week or so.

I support the second one, because unfortunately not all our lives are in sync with each other.
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Re: Turn times

Post  Giwi on Mon Apr 22, 2013 1:49 pm

The Benevolent One wrote:
Mr. Dillham wrote:As I see it, there are generally two options open. Either you set dates for when turns are processed and everybody should have delivered their turns before that, or they will be skipped with results of an inactive response on the players tribes/nations behalf. Alternatively, we deliver our turns when we have the times, you process the turns that are delivered when you got time for it. There might be busy times when you cannot deliver your turn for a couple of days or a week or so.

I support the second one, because unfortunately not all our lives are in sync with each other.

Indeed, but as player-player diplomacy becomes more important a set turn time would be better.
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Post  Araith on Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:00 pm

Enrique, what is your current regimen for processing turns? How often would you aim to process them?
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Re: Turn times

Post  The Engineer on Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:51 am

Once every three days for established players. More often for newbies.

Meaning that the next process is due on Saturday.
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