Hi,

Another player made a great suggestion for online pax games (you may be using it already) and I thought I would share it with the community.

There is a website called www.warfareproject.com

They have several tools for the online wargamer. One tool is called "Secret Keeper". We use this tool for the Manpower and Siege Bids. It works like this.

When you need to make a decision in concert one player sets up a "Secret Keeper" form and enteres in the other players and a short description.

All players revieve an email asking for their input. After all players have entered in the information the Secret is revealed to all players. We find rather than entering Delayed Text in Vassal and then releasing the text cumbersome. This speeds up the end of turn clean up process by at least 10X

We also use the other dice rolling tool for forgotten rolls (eg Leader Death, Continuation).

Have a look I highly recommend this to make Pax Online far more enjoyable.
Thanks

Hans

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