[top]Web Play

The term Web Play describes a website based version of Birthright's birMail program. While there are various PBEM's out there, the level of automation is rather limited.

[top]Legacy of Kings - Birthright.net Collaboration

There's a forum section for fast action sharing of information & the setup of the collaboration project of the team interested in doing a Web Play ([1]).


Group Setup

  • List of who & what we can do
  • Communication method selection
  • Protocol for communication - how often, what type of decisions need group approval, etc


  • Edition selection
  • Multi-Campaign or not
  • Continent/Regions
  • Test zone/scope

Program Schema

  • What will be passed from part to part
  • How each programmer's portion will pass information

Data Entry

  • Enter regents
  • Enter continent/region/provinces
  • Enter domains/holdings
  • Enter army unit/ships

[top]Database Designs

  • Mirviriam - a multi-campaign, with optional rule's SQL DataBase
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