Midaski, did you say you planned that by email? Did not G. Helstrom say the campaign planning must be conducted entirely on these boards? If not, I apologize, but I thought we were only allowed to remind people of the campaign by email, and nothing else.
As I understood it there was to be no emailing the enemy
So there could not be the 'alliances' that Stirland kept insinuating were happening.
Emailing our own 'troops' who were signed up to our faction was I believe perfectly acceptable, and I sent a few 'where are you' email circulars around, which actually got some responses and a few reports we may not have got.
One of the advantages of my being a Mod, is that I could look at the signed up members for EACH faction in the usergroups section.
We had 48 signed up members in the end - 9 of which have ZERO posts.
Stirland had 42, with 4 Zero posters, and the Talas had 23 members with only 1 Zero post member.
With Zero posts there was no way for me as a mod to email them, [only Admins can access those emails] so it was impossible to get them involved, see if they were intending to get involved but had stopped waiting for things to get going, or check who they might be.