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Rumese-Pontic War

1693

Pontic Front

      • Russia
        • Result: +51
          • Population: 23.2 Million +46
          • War Exhaustion: none
          • Casus Belli: Defense
          • Government: Absolute monarchy +7
      • Sultanate of Rum
        • Result: +19
          • Population: 7 million +14
          • War Exhaustion: none
          • Casus Belli: Defense
          • Government: Iqta' +5
    • Battle Stage
      • Battle of Refahiya
        • Russia
          • Result: +18.5
            • Army/Navy Size: 90k + 27
            • Location: Near City -3.5
            • Great General: none
            • Blunder: -3
            • Attrition: -2
        • Rum
          • Result: +22.9
            • Army/Navy Size: 78k +23.9
            • Location: Near City +4
            • Great General: none
            • Blunder: -1
            • Attrition:
  • Final Stage:
    • Russia
      • Cities Occupied: more like saved one
      • Result: +
    • Rum
      • Cities Occupied: none
      • Result: +
    • Overall Result: 123%, Tier 1 victory for Rum, Russia loses Unsure men, Rum loses Unsure men

Discussion

Reminder that the Jaffarids of the Caliphate sent 20,000 troops to support Rum in 1694. General534 (talk) 14:56, June 2, 2017 (UTC)

Franco-Iberian War (1694-)

Kongo-Iberian War (1695-1696)

  • Pre-war stage
    • Iberia: 69
      • Population: +3 (750,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
    • Al-Afriqia: 22
      • Population: +4 (1,000,000)
      • Government: +5
      • Economy: +3
      • Technology: +10
  • Battle of Gabela (1695)
    • Al-Afriqia: 0.05
      • Army size: +1.05 (3,500)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Iberia: -3.46
      • Army size: +0.54 (1,800)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -4
    • Result: Convincing victory for Iberia (297%); the Al-Afriqian forces retreat
    • Casualties: 525 to Al-Afriqia, 180 to Iberia
  • Second Battle of Gabela (1695)
    • Iberia: -2.52
      • Army size: +0.48 (1,620)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • Al-Afriqia: -2.11
      • Army size: +0.89 (2,975)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • Result: Crushing decisive victory (315% + 297% = 612%); the Al-Afriqians retreat from Benguela and take heavy casualties
    • Casualties: 2231 to Al-Afriqia, 32 to Iberia
  • Siege of M'baza (1695)
    • Iberia: -14.41
      • Army size: +0.47 (1,588)
      • Location: -8
      • Blunder: -4
    • Al-Afriqia: 11.42
      • Army size: +1.42 (4,744)
      • Location: +12
      • Blunder: -2
    • Result: 163% in favor of Iberia, the siege continues into next year
    • Casualties: 237 to Al-Afriqia, 476 to Iberia
  • Siege of M'baza (1696)
    • Iberia: -7.71
      • Army size: +1.83 (6,112)
      • Location: -8
      • Blunder: 0
    • Al-Afriqia: 10.35
      • Army size: +1.35 (4,507)
      • Location: +12
      • Blunder: -3
    • Result: Decisively in favor of Iberia (189% + 163% = 352%)
    • Casualties: 1126 to Al-Afriqia, 2139 to Iberia
  • Siege of M'baza (1696)
    • Iberia: -8.51
      • Army size: +1.19 (3,973)
      • Location: -8
      • Blunder: 0
    • Al-Afriqia: 9.01
      • Army size: +1.01 (3,381)
      • Location: +12
      • Blunder: -4
    • Result: Crushing decisive victory for Iberia (195% + 189% + 163% = 547%); M'baza falls
    • Casualties: The Al-Afriqian garrison surrenders, 993 to Iberia

Naval front, Central Africa (1695)

  • Pre-war stage
    • England: 57.9
      • Population: +1.9 (475,000)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +20
      • Technology: +30
    • Iberia: 69
      • Population: +3 (750,000)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
  • Battle of Zaire (1695)
    • England: 13
      • Navy size: +15 (30 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -2
    • Iberia: 15
      • Navy size: +20 (40 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -5
    • Result: 118% in favor of Iberia
    • Casualties: 1 to England, 2 to Iberia
  • Battle of Zaire (1695)
    • England: 13.5
      • Navy size: +14.5 (29 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Iberia: 19
      • Navy size: +19 (38 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • Result: Convincing victory for Iberia (123% + 118% = 241%); the English fleet backs down
    • Casualties: 4 to England, 3 to Iberia

Discussion

We talked about this on chat but I will explain it here, this is a sea battle. I sail past you, the second battle stage isn't valid. We make one firing pass which is the first battle stage but since I don't want to fight I can just keep sailing and your now behind me so I can sail to wherever I am sailing. I am through because you didn't get 200% on first algo. Person67 (talk) 13:18, June 5, 2017 (UTC)

You can't win a battle by losing. You either win and and successfully land your troops, or you lose and the attack is repelled. General534 (talk) 15:23, June 5, 2017 (UTC)

I posted before that. Prince Octavian , of Jerusalem, Sicily, and Swabia, and Duke of Amalfi. Coat of Arms of Oct as Duke of Almafi

I have spoken to Feudal who agreed with my point about blockades. Person67 (talk) 06:05, June 6, 2017 (UTC)

Colonial front, Central Africa (1695-)

  • Pre-war stage
    • Iberia: 69
      • Population: +3 (750,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
    • France: 70.6
      • Population: +3.6 (900,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +7
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
  • Siege of Luanda (1695)
    • Iberia: 4.76
      • Army size: +0.6 (2,000)
      • Navy size: +10 (20 ships)
      • Location: -4
      • Blunder: -1
    • France: 3.24
      • Army size: +0.24 (800)
      • Location: +4
      • Blunder: -1
    • Result: Siege altogether indecisive (100% for both sides, slightly in favor of France)
    • Casualties: 40 to France, 300 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1695)
    • Iberia: -2.7
      • Army size: +0.3 (1,000)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • France: -0.94
      • Army size: +0.06 (200)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Result: 105% in favor of France
    • Casualties: 10 to France, 50 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1696)
    • Iberia: 10.28
      • Army size: +0.28 (950)
      • Navy size: +15 (30 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -5
    • France: -0.95
      • Army size: +0.05 (190)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Result: 114% in favor of Iberia
    • Casualties: 9 to France, 47 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1697)
    • Iberia: 11.45
      • Army size: +0.27 (903)
      • Navy size: +15 (30 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • France: -3.95
      • Army size: +1.05 (3,514)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -5
    • Result: Convincingly in favor of Iberia (121% + 114% = 235%)
    • Casualties: 351 to France, 297 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1698)
    • Iberia: 16.78
      • Army size: +2.28 (7,606)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • France: -0.06
      • Army size: +0.94 (3,163)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Result: Decisively in favor of Iberia (122% + 121% + 114% = 357%)
    • Casualties: 790 to France, 1140 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1698)
    • Iberia:
      • Army size: +1.93 (6,466)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • France:
      • Army size: +0.71 (2,373)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • Result: (124% + 122% + 121% + 114% = 481%)
    • Casualties: 593 to France, 969 to Iberia
  • Siege of Namibe (1698)
    • Iberia: 18.14
      • Army size: +1.64 (5,497)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • France: -1.47
      • Army size: +0.53 (1,780)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -2
    • Result: Crushing decisive victory for Iberia (127% + 124% + 122% + 121% + 114% = 608%); Namibe falls
    • Casualties: The French garrison surrenders, 274 to Iberia
  • Siege of Sumbe (1698)
    • Iberia: +19.06
      • Army size: +1.56 (5,223)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • France: -2.4
      • Army size: +0.6 (2,000)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • Result: 129% in favor of Iberia
    • Casualties: 100 to France, 261 to Iberia
  • Siege of Sumbe (1699)
    • Iberia: 19.6
      • Army size: +2.1 (7,000)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • France: -0.43
      • Army size: +0.57 (1,900)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • Result: Convincingly in favor of Iberia (126% + 129% = 255%)
    • Casualties: 190 to France, 910 to Iberia
  • Siege of Sumbe (1699)
    • Iberia: 15.32
      • Army size: +1.82 (6,090)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -4
    • France: -3.49
      • Army size: +0.51 (1,710)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -4
    • Result: Decisively in favor of Iberia (126% + 126% + 129% = 381%)
    • Casualties: 427 to France, 913 to Iberia
  • Siege of Sumbe (1699)
    • Iberia: 18.05
      • Army size: +1.55 (5,177)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -1
    • France:
      • Army size: +0.38 (1,283)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • Result: Crushing decisive victory for Iberia (123% + 126% + 126% + 129% = 504%); Sumbe falls
    • Casualties: The French garrison is wiped out, 258 to Iberia


(To please both parties, we assume that Iberia captured Lobito initially, but the French recaptured it and now Iberia is besieging it again.)


  • Siege of Lobito (1701)
    • Iberia: 17.9
      • Army size: +2.4 (8,000)
      • Navy size: +17.5 (35 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -2
    • France: 10.99
      • Army size: +0.99 (3,333)
      • Navy size: +10 (20 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: 0
    • Result: 107% in favor of Iberia
    • Casualties: 166 and 1 ship to France, 400 and 1 ship to Iberia
  • Siege of Lobito (1701)
    • Iberia: 17.28
      • Army size: +2.28 (7,600)
      • Navy size: +17 (34 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -2
    • France: 8.45
      • Army size: +0.95 (3,167)
      • Navy size: +9.5 (19 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -2
    • Result: Convincingly in favor of Iberia (109% + 107% = 216%)
    • Casualties: 316 and 1 ship to France, 988 and 4 ships to Iberia
  • Siege of Lobito (1701)
    • Iberia: 13.98
      • Army size: +1.98 (6,612)
      • Navy size: +15 (30 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -3
    • France: 4.85
      • Army size: +0.85 (2,851)
      • Navy size: +9 (18 ships)
      • Location: 0
      • Blunder: -5
    • Result: Decisive victory for Iberia (110% + 109% + 107% = 326%); Lobito falls
    • Casualties: 712 and 4 ships to France, 991 and 7 ships to Iberia

Siege of Luanda (1696-1698)

  • Pre-war stage
    • Iberia and Ndongo: 70.6
      • Population: +4.6 (750,000 from Iberia + ~400,000 from Ndongo = 1,150,000)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
    • France: 70.6
      • Population: +3.6 (900,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +7
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
  • Siege of Luanda (1696)
    • Iberia and Ndongo: 7.41
      • Army size: +1.41 (1,700 Iberians + 3,000 Ndongo = 4,700)
      • Navy size: +10 (20 ships)
      • Location: -4
      • Blunder: 0
    • France: 17.75
      • Army size: +3.3 (11,000 troops)
      • Navy Size: +12.25 (29 English and 6 French ships)
      • Location: +4
      • Blunder: -2
    • Result: 113% to France
    • Casualties: 235 to Iberia and 550 to France
  • Siege of Luanda (1696)
    • Iberia and Ndongo: 5.23
      • Army size: +2.23 (7,445)
      • Navy size: +10 (20 ships)
      • Location: -4
      • Blunder: -3
    • France: 18.75
      • Army size: +3.3 (11,000 troops)
      • Navy size: +12.25
      • Location: +4
      • Blunder: -3
    • Result: 113%+ 117%-=230% to France
    • Casualties: 1,000 to France, 967 to Iberia

Discussion

Person sent 1K i sent 10K last turn, i have premisson from nathan to fix the algo but the algo is too complex.  Prince Octavian , of Jerusalem, Sicily, and Swabia, and Duke of Amalfi. Coat of Arms of Oct as Duke of Almafi

You need to fight an actual naval battle to land troops. My post was striked once for this same reasonGeneral534 (talk) 12:37, June 5, 2017 (UTC)

I changed troop numbers per Oct's instructions and based upon confirmation from Feud that my fleet did get through. Person67 (talk) 17:42, June 5, 2017 (UTC)

Colonial front, Brazil

  • Pre-war stage
    • Iberia: 81
      • Population: +15 (3,750,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +6
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
    • France: 70.6
      • Population: +3.6 (900,000 after penalties)
      • Government: +7
      • Economy: +30
      • Technology: +30
  • Siege of Recife (1696)
    • Iberia: 21.6
      • Army size: +3.6 (12,000)
      • Navy size: +26 (52 ships)
      • Location: -4
      • Blunder: -4
    • France: 2.3
      • Army size: +0.3 (1,000)
      • Location: +4
      • Blunder: -2
    • Result: 141% in favor of Iberia
    • Casualties: 50 to France, 600 to Iberia