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Subject: 2016-05-06 Braunfels, GHS Hexacon, Germany 13 persons - 12 hours rss

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H Harengel
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Every year the GHS (Society of Historic Simulations) holds a club meeting, the so-called Hexacon. This meeting traditional takes place in the beautiful town of Braunfels in scenic Lahn-Dill-Kreis in Germay.

In the week of the con members from all countries meet in Braunfels and indulge their hobby. In addition to the program, there are lectures on history and different tournaments.

The City Hall in Braunfels makes it possible to build great games. All participants have short distances to lodging, shopping and dining caused by the central location of the town hall. A limited number of parking spaces available at the hall.

13 neanderthals arranged a Mega Civilization game during the Hexacon. We played on 3/4 of the map and had two markets: one for the east and one for the west.

The game developed very peaceful in the west. In the east there were some skirmish, but most of the players had to deal with calamities.

The nations in detail:

01 - Minoa
Had a very hard stand. Spreaded very slow on the islands and had to struggle with Hellas to get territory.

02 - Saba
Was only at the arabic side. Some attempts in Africa failed. Conflicts with Nubia, arranged with Persia and Babylon.

03 - Assyria
Made territory, always had enough cities to make a good trade.

06 - Babylon
Had problems with revolts and romans.

07 - Carthage
Had good borders to Egypt and Iberia, was always present in Sicily.

09 - Hatti
Gave some territory to Babylon and Hellas.

11 - Rome
Always had enough cities with temporarily settlement in Babylon.

12 - Persia
On both sides of the gulf, temporarily lost half of its territory.

13 - Iberia
Was developping good, always enough cities.

14 - Nubia
Settling at the Horn of Africa. Was angry of the vulcany, had conflicts with Saba. Occupied half of the persian territory.

15 - Hellas
Had some terrain normaly taken by Minoa. Some struggle at the beginning, peaceful in the remaining game.

17 - Egypte
Peaceful in the west, not too much space in the north-east and south-east.

18 - Parthia
Restricted aria. Conflicts with Persia. Few trading caused by fear of calamities.



Final standings:

Nation A.S.T. cities civs total
Assyria 75 8 39 122
Carthage 70 6 39 115
Persia 70 7 30 107
Rome 70 5 27 102
Hatti 65 5 24 94
Iberia 65 7 18 90
Hellas 65 4 20 89
Egypte 65 4 20 89
Babylon 65 3 20 88
Saba 55 7 16 78
Minoa 55 5 13 73
Parthia 50 3 06 59
Nubia 45 4 03 52




We used the following add-ons, everything available in the files section of BoardGameGeek:

Mega Civ - Corrected Cards
5 cards of the game have errors. 3 have wrong discount values and two texts are not clear. On the page are 5 corrected cards. Print 18 copies, laminate and cut - and you have correted cards.

Custom colored mats with city census built in
The player mats of Mega Civilizations are very puristic. Theese ones are the best. You see the name, color, number on A.S.T. and number of cities on board together. The dealing of civilization cards becomes so easy with this mats.

Civilization Advances - Purchase Record
Every player hat one of this DIN-A4 sheets. On this sheets you can manage your civilization cards. In contains a card summery with prices, discounts and properties. Additionaly you have columns of numbers where you can note discounts and victory points. Just mark everything with a pencil and you are done.
We did not use the discount markers from the game box, the handling is very circuitous.

Deutsche Advances/Calamities Hilfe
This is a german translation of all civilization cards and calamities. Especially page 4 is perfect for dealing the calamitys. They are listed in the right order and you can use it as a checklist with all explanations on one sheet. Printed and laminated.

Thanks to all the geeks which loaded those files up to BGG. Great job!

And thanks to all former neanderthals:


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Gorgeous. Is your club active around Frankfurt ?
 
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GHS has members in Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and maybe some other countries. Some members live in the Rhein-Main-Area. Two of them live in Frankfurt, as I know. But the join-together is every year in Braunfels.
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HHarengel wrote:


We used the following add-ons, everything available in the files section of BoardGameGeek:

Mega Civ - Corrected Cards
5 cards of the game have errors. 3 have wrong discount values and two texts are not clear. On the page are 5 corrected cards. Print 18 copies, laminate and cut - and you have correted cards.

Custom colored mats with city census built in
The player mats of Mega Civilizations are very puristic. Theese ones are the best. You see the name, color, number on A.S.T. and number of cities on board together. The dealing of civilization cards becomes so easy with this mats.

Civilization Advances - Purchase Record
Every player hat one of this DIN-A4 sheets. On this sheets you can manage your civilization cards. In contains a card summery with prices, discounts and properties. Additionaly you have columns of numbers where you can note discounts and victory points. Just mark everything with a pencil and you are done.
We did not use the discount markers from the game box, the handling is very circuitous.

Deutsche Advances/Calamities Hilfe
This is a german translation of all civilization cards and calamities. Especially page 4 is perfect for dealing the calamitys. They are listed in the right order and you can use it as a checklist with all explanations on one sheet. Printed and laminated.

Thanks to all the geeks which loaded those files up to BGG. Great job!


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