Popular Post vjw Posted September 30, 2022 Popular Post Share Posted September 30, 2022 (edited) Hi, I somehow managed to register here, so I will get straight to the point. I have been playing 270soft games since about 2012, changing and making scenarios, but only in the last two years I have reached an acceptable level for myself. So I'm ready to show them to you, forum members. What do I have now? Canada - 1921 Description: Canadian society coped with the difficulties of the conscription crisis of 1917. However, the end of the Great War brought new challenges. These included rising unemployment and the decline of industry, but most importantly, the frustration of farmers. The Liberals after Laurier's death entered the election guided by leadership of Mackenzie King. Arthur Meighen is at a disadvantage both in party and government terms. And the Progressives, who support free trade for Western farmers, rely on a decentralized organization. Who will get a majority in the restored Parliament Hill, and will there be one at all?Status: Completed Ireland - 1918 Description: Turning times are coming to Ireland. Over the last 8 years, much has been done to dramatically change society's views on the future. Will post-war elections be the trigger on the path to independence? Or maybe Sinn Fein's popularity will play a nasty joke on it in favour of Unionists?Status: Published Alberta - 1935 (original scenario by Patine) Description: Things have not been kind for the governing United Farmers of Alberta since the re-election of their Premier, John E. Brownlee in 1930. First, Brownlee himself has become embroiled in a sex scandal, forcing his resignation in 1934. Second, the party has done an abysmal job of managing the global economic crisis of the Great Depression, which has hit Alberta very hard indeed. And third, the new political advocacy group called the "Alberta Social Credit Association", mixing fundamentalist Christian social values and the new-style economic policy of British author Maj. Douglas has emerged formed in 1932, hoping to use Social Credit monetary ideology and social conservative values to combat the hardships of the Depression. It very much looks like the end of the UFA government - but politics is not always predictable...Status: Completed Saskatchewan - 1944 (original scenario by SaskGuy) Description: With Canada in the midst of World War II, the Liberals extended their term to six years to provide 'stability'. However, an economy that never recovered from the Depression and poor farming conditions have swung voters towards a young minister with bold new ideas. Can Tommy Douglas take the CCF into power and into history as the first socialist government in North America?Status: Published Quebec - 1944 (original scenario by graemp) Description: A new great war and the issue of conscription of Franco-Canadians threatened the unity of the country. The Quebec Liberals cooperated with the federal government, equating them in public opinion. Saving the position, Godbout nationalizes the Montreal Light Heat and Power Company and grants the female suffrage. The conservative and nationalist Union Nationale stands on Duplessis' charisma and popular discontent. The Bloc Populaire, an amalgamation of three separate groups, stands with anti-conscription and social reformist slogans. What will be the verdict of Quebecers?Status: Completed Germany - 1937 (Kaiserreich) Description: One year after Black Monday, Germany is still in crisis. The rescue measures have reduced support for the right-wing government, opening the gates for both the social democrats and the nationalists. However, fleeting external events such as a coup in Russia, a revitalised Internationale or an imminent war in America could leave their mark on the campaign. In foggy times, who will rule Germany?Status: In development (In priority) Doggerland - 1976 (based on polsim) Description: Doggerland entered turbulence. Crisis in political leadership and internal unrest have increased friction between different groups. Northern separatists from the NPD terrorize the population. Workers desperate from rising inflation and job cuts have resorted to massive strikes. New faces led by Republicans and Liberals are vying for the attention of Doggers. Who will succeed?Status: Completed The list will be updated ofc. If you have any questions, please let me know! Edited October 16, 2022 by vjw new scenarios added 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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