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Velmad: Batallas en el mar / Re: Adiós a la guerra / A Farewell to War
« en: Febrero 10, 2011, 07:38:41 am »
Gracias por las amables palabras que muchos, bajo la influencia del vino, pero amable.

Digamos que esto es 1802, la Paz de Amiens, y si se rompe el pequeño cabo de la Paz, ¿por qué tal vez tendré que volver a la mar y romper algunas cabezas de nuevo.

Hasta entonces, el saludo.

________________                 


Thank you for the many kind words; under the influence of wine, but still kind.

Let us say this is 1802, the Peace of Amiens, and if the little corporal breaks the Peace, why perhaps I will have to return to the sea and break some heads again.

Until then, salute.


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Velmad: Batallas en el mar / Adiós a la guerra / A Farewell to War
« en: Febrero 09, 2011, 05:56:06 pm »

Parece que ya no puedo navegar por más de un día o dos sin entrar en otro barco. Esta es una situación aggrevating a todos los interesados ya que ayudó a desarbolar uno de los buques de mi flota en 01 de junio y 2 de mis propias naves en una batalla privada.
Al lado de esta situación es una vieja lucha que he tenido, tratando de mantenerse informado de los cambios en las reglas. A menudo no entienden los anuncios inicial y las respuestas en los foros suelen llegar demasiado tarde para ayudar a mis naves. Además de eso, la necesidad de trans-google Spanisih el foro lleva mucho tiempo, y tratando de tener una discusión a través de trans-Google es un ejercicio de frustración.
Aunque esto puede sonar como si yo me quejo - Sé que Velma se ejecuta en los voluntarios y hacemos lo que podemos. Así que esto no es culpa, pero explainning por qué, después de 2 años de jugar constante (y algunos esfuerzos para mejorar la información para el nuevo jugador, especialmente en mis primeros días) he decidido retirarse del servicio activo y escribir historias de mar para los niños.
Me he peleado con muchos de ustedes en los foros sobre cómo mejorar el juego. Perdono a tantos de ustedes por sus ideas locas, incluso Lomax. Confío en que con el tiempo entender la mejor manera :) Espero que mis palabras a veces apasionados han causesd sin ofender duradera. Mis mejores saludos a todos ustedes.

Captain Edward Pellew/ Vernon Coffee

ENGLISH


A Farewell to War

   It seems  that I can no longer sail for more than a day or two without running into another ship. This is a situation aggrevating to all concerned as I helped dismast one of my fleet's ships in 1st of June and 2 of my own ships in a private battle.
   Along side of that situation is an old struggle I have had, trying to stay informed of the rule changes.  I often don't understand the initial announcements and answers in the forums usually come too late to help my ships. On top of that, the need to trans-google the Spanisih forum is time consuming, and trying to have  a discussion through trans-google is an exercise in frustration.
   Though this may sound like I am complaining-- I know Velma runs on volunteers and we do what we can. So this isn't blame, but explainning why, after 2 years of steady playing (and some efforts to improve information for the new player, especially in my early days) I have decided to retire from active duty and write sea stories for boys.
   I have battled with many of you in the forums on how to improve the game. I forgive so many of you for your crazy ideas, even LOMAX. I trust you will in time understand the better way:) I hope my sometimes passionate words  have causesd no lasting offense. My best compliments to you all.

Remember to keep your powder dry and fire your guns when the ship is at the top of the roll.

Captain Edward Pellew/ Vernon Coffee

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I make no doubt,
Mx is the seaman of the world,
Marco Polo, Magellan, Cook,
All lubbers.

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FLUFFY, you damn sea dog

you have attacked & destroyed the montegu
it was a british ship on loan to  the Suisse, to take food to starving puppies, that belong to refugee children, who had no presents for Christmas. Plus there were kittens on board and the crew was volunteers, Nuns.

I put on sunglasses to cover my eyes, red from weeping
for the puppies that go hungry
because of your blood lust.
When will the killing stop FLUFFY,
when will it stop?   8)


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I do not see where the "new" take command of surrender by boat is explainned.


When a ship surrenders, does it say which particular ship it is surrendering to?

How close do you have to be to it to send your boat?

How do you send a boat?

How long do you have to send it before the surrender is withdrawn?

Can any other friendly shiip send a boat for you?

How long does the entire process take?



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663 Slightly less than glorious 1st of June

Do to poor driving and perhaps some bad luck, many British ships have spent the  last 5 Turns trying to disentangle, rather than fight.

I notice that hms defense (see picture)  which has been stuck into Barfleur, is almost directly in-line with the direction of the wind. If he were to make sail, it should give him stern way or make him go backwards, so the ships separate.

1) do Velmad sails provide backwards thrust like this?

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Velmad's International Forum / Re: [#666 Auction] Camperdown 1797
« en: Enero 19, 2011, 11:50:54 am »
<<A new ranking game is opening, the battle of Chesapeake.>>

Did you say Camperdown 1797 or Chesapeake again. I don't want to send my shipis to the wrong ocean  ;D

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Velmad's International Forum / Re: SUGGESTIONS, QUESTIONS, and ANSWERS
« en: Enero 17, 2011, 03:37:16 am »
questions about masts

1)  I have a mast over the side, but I see no place to clear it. Where do you click to send a crew to remove a dragging mast, on the Options Column, the Ship, the Info Popup box??


2) if a fallen mast is reported on the Info page  Turn10
should the icon be available for Turn11 or
do you have to wait until T12 for the icon to appear?


Question about ENGLISH

The Montagu remains entangled with Royal George
118 in her hull.
damage to the rig (105):
60 in foremast, knocked down topgallant (mainmast), 15 in mizzenmast.

3) the english is not clear whether that describing damage to Montagu or Royal George?

4) we are both at NO SAil, I have only moved my rudder.
Why should there be so much additional damage???


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Preguntas sobre Después de la Batalla

¿Cuál es la batalla Después de la discusión / corte marcial de Chesapeake (fácil)?

¿Será en este tema o uno nuevo?

¿Quién juzga la culpabilidad o inocencias de un capitán?

Cuando se distribuye el dinero del premio?

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#663/ T47

¿Por qué la Información de la página del informe Reina C. como enredado.
<<El Queen Charlotte sigue enredada con Culloden
en su casco. daños en el equipo>>

Zoom muestra los separan.
¿Qué respuesta es correcta?
Why does the Info page report Queen C. as entangled.
<<The Queen Charlotte remains entangled with Culloden
in her hull. damage to the rig >>

Zoom show them separate.
Which answer is accurate?

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Velmad: Batallas en el mar / Re: Mover compañeros
« en: Enero 04, 2011, 07:28:49 am »
Sorry for delay of #633 & 648
I had an unexpected illness and was unable to access computer for 2 days.
I am available for further destruction.

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Velmad's International Forum / Re: Improvements and new features
« en: Enero 01, 2011, 10:02:56 am »
It has been 8 months since I responded to this topic,
"we will answer no quesiion, before it has ripenned fully."  8)

Has the situation discussed here changed, or is it the same?

<<On the second table we require more speed to small ships for two reasons. First because of playability as they can sail faster than bigger ships. Second because big ships have more momentum, inertia, thanks to their greater mass and they are more difficulty slowed by wind.>>

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 ??? ??? ???
# 648-T43
Cualquiera de estos hombres debe ser colgado por sabotaje o algo extraño parece maldita.



El Guerrier Le dispara sus baterías de estribor contra el fraude de Le Diamant por el puerto
con munición de tiro barra de 199 m
causando un daño de 0 en su casco.
daños a la plataforma (0)
La fatiga del 30%

Compare eso con el Tigre

El Tigre Le dispara sus baterías de estribor contra el fraude del Soberano por el puerto
con munición de tiro bar a 459 m
causando un daño de 1 en su casco.
daños en el equipo (28):
7 en trinquete, 14 en palo mayor, 7 en palo de mesana.


¿Cómo pueden las armas más grande
dispararon a 2.1 la distancia
con 1 / 2 de la fatiga
dar una puntuación peor en tiros de destino???


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<complicated" "not <Hahaha, xD, pasé años pidiendo Munro duplicar el nivel de fatiga ....>>

Jajaja, que no ha pasado años pidiendo munrox para cambiar las cosas a un modo más razonable, eficaz, sin embargo, históricos ... la forma en que sugieren que hacer. Pero tiene la característica de los otros de Zaragoza, que no dará marcha atrás, se queda como un rottweiler, seguro, fuerte. Así que he cambiado a sobornar a su psiquiatra. Pronto su mente sólo hacer mi oferta. Y voy a cambiar todas las naves de pintura de trabajo para el corrector nelson famoso a través de los puertos de cañón.

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Velmad's International Forum / Re: English Speaking Officers
« en: Diciembre 21, 2010, 06:57:18 pm »
Centipedus

You are on a warm, white, sandy beach sitting in a surprisingly comfortable lounge chair; the sky is blue with a few small clouds high up, but there is a cooling breeze that wafts the scent of tropical flowers, while the warm sun relaxes your muscles. Beside you is a bottle of cool water and in a small bucket are several bottles of ice cold beer.

Walking down the beach talking earnestly to a young woman is a man, which you realize is Lomax. Your body tenses, your teeth clinch, you are about to shout some insult at him, but you stop yourself. The sun is warm, you take a deep breath and let it out quickly feeling your body relax again. You say nothing, then your remember your exercise. They are walking down by the water, and as he is about to pass, when you give him an easy salute. He sees the salute, stops talking, and realizes who you are. After a brief hesitation his hand slowly rises to his brow, then he continues walks down the beach with the woman.

You reach into the bucket of ice, pull out a bottle for another long drink and settle back into your chair wondering what you will order for dinner.




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