Game No. 147 ended in Spring 1910 in the following center counts:
Game No. 148 also ended in Spring 1910 in the following center counts:
Game No. 149 ended in Fall 1912 in the following center counts:
Check out the supply center charts here.
Thanks to our generous host, Eric Brown, each guest left with a commemorative Rosewood pen. In addition, we awarded the following special pens, marking various feats at the Pyle:
And special thanks to Muyleng, Eric’s wife. We have no special award for her, but we’re all grateful to her and Eric for allowing us to celebrate in their home for a sixth straight year.
So, what’s in store for Season 7? Well, it will start with a bang with Weasel Moot V on Sept. 9-10. League play will kick off at Conception, a small gaming convention at the College of Dupage, the weekend of Sept. 24. Exact date and time to be determined. Stay tuned.
The Royale is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 22, although we may try to move that date to accommodate the host and a couple of the competitors. Whenever we play it, the Royale will feature an Undercard game for the third straight year. The past two years, the guy who topped the Undercard qualified for the Royale, so if you didn’t make the Royale, think about signing up for the Undercard.
Both O’Kell(e)ys will host games at their new homes in the city in the Fall. And we’ll be back at our favorite bars soon enough.
We’ll also be back at CODCon in April for a sixth straight year. And we’ll wrap up league play a month early in July with our seventh Weasel Pyle at Brown Manor. That’s to accommodate the World Diplomacy Championship, which is coming to Chicago and Weasel Moot VI Aug. 10-12, 2012. Mark your calendars, and watch for details, which we hope to finalize in time for the next issue of Diplomacy World.
Seven is a magical number for Diplomacy, and Season 7 is going to be a great year for the Weasels. We look forward to seeing you over a board soon.