Diplomacy board game
Diplomacy board game

Diplomacy

The classic game of negotiation, cunning, and deceit is back. Through negotiations, alliances, and intrigue, expand your empire over pre-World War I Europe. Form alliances and unhatch your traitorous plots as you negotiate and outwit- in a delicate balance of cooperation and competition- to gain dominance of the continent. Your success hinges not on the luck of the dice, but your cunning and cleverness.


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  • This game is fun, but it will make you hate your friends. Breaking trust is a fundamental part of this game.
  • Well, the game is aptly named; it is the archetypical game of diplomacy. Some people like diplomacy games, some don't. I used to like it, but these days, "diplomacy" to me mostly means broken promises, pathetic whining, backstabbing, lying, and that stuff just isn't as fun as it used to be. Still, I can't deny that the game is a pretty nice piece of game design.
  • 2013-12-24 :I don't get why people call this a friendship killer - there are plenty of screw-your-friends games out there which are a lot worse2018-05-11 : Another 7-player FTF game of it has convinced me this game is past its due date. It just takes too long for what it is and the same feeling can be gotten from playing much more thematic games like Sword of Rome or Game of Thrones, which also happen to play in half the time.
  • --Jan2005-- Enjoy it a more when not playing with friends. Hmm...
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I am all for solo modes in games. And, as a solo gamer I find them very important. However, I have not problem with some games not having a solo mode. For instance, I would not expect a game like #Cosmic Encounter, or #Dune, or #Diplomacy to have a satisfying solo mode. I guess someone might be able to design good solo modes for them. I mean, #Pax Pamir was considered too player dependent to have a solo mode when it came out. But #Pax Pamir (Second Edition) is widely regarded as a very good solo game. I don't need or want every game to have a solo option. But, I do really appreciate when designers try to see if there is a good solo play option available.

I've had a hard time getting #T.I.M.E. Stories to the table. Played the main scenario with a group and have never had the chance to get it back together. I bought an expansion but haven't attempt playing it since I feel for another group to get into it we'd have to play the base game again. Anyone have experience with this specific situation? 

Apart from that I have a copy of #Diplomacy I've never played cause I don't want to loose friendships lol

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