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New diplomacy feature

Message 764, 4483d 17h ago.
Now you can specify how many players you wish to draw with, in all AoW games.

This should help solve several situations in which one waits to move to be sure nobody enters in a draw s/he was not invited to join.

The game ends in a draw only if

(1) no players says "no mercy", and

(2) no player says "offer mercy", and

(3) no player is requiring a multiple draw for a number of players which is less than the number of drawing candidates.


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Example 1:

imdog proposes a 6-way draw
sven proposes a 5-way draw
Mark proposes a 4-way draw
silverman proposes a 2-way draw

the game does NOT end in a draw, because the number of candidates (4) is greater than the number of drawers required by silverman (2)

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Example 2:

imdog surrenders
sven proposes a 2-way draw
Mark proposes a 2-way draw
silverman proposes a 2-way draw

the game does NOT end in a draw, because the number of candidates (3) is greater than the number of drawers required by silverman, sven and Mark. imdog does not count (2)

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Example 3:

imdog offers mercy
sven proposes a 5-way draw
Mark proposes a 4-way draw
silverman proposes a 3-way draw

the game does NOT end in a draw, because imdog is offering mercy


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Example 4:

imdog surrenders
sven proposes a 5-way draw
Mark proposes a 4-way draw
silverman proposes a 3-way draw

the game does ends in a 3-way draw.
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