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Email Diplomacy, or Play-by-Email ([[PBEM]]), is the online manifestation of [[Diplomacy]], a board game in which seven players each control one of the major European powers of 1914, and fight for control of Europe.
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[[Email Diplomacy]], or [[Email Diplomacy|Play-by-Email]] ([[Email Diplomacy|PBEM]]), is the online manifestation of [[Diplomacy]], a board game in which seven players each control one of the major European powers of 1914, and fight for control of Europe.
The 7 players communicate primarily by Email, although Instant Messengers, Message Boards, or other online communication tools can be utilized as well. A [[Game Master]] ([[Game Master|GM]]) runs the game, and provides a central point of contact and administration.
The 7 players communicate primarily by Email, although Instant Messengers, Message Boards, or other online communication tools can be utilized as well. A [[Game Master]] ([[Game Master|GM]]) runs the game, and provides a central point of contact and administration.

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Email Diplomacy, or Play-by-Email (PBEM), is the online manifestation of Diplomacy, a board game in which seven players each control one of the major European powers of 1914, and fight for control of Europe.

The 7 players communicate primarily by Email, although Instant Messengers, Message Boards, or other online communication tools can be utilized as well. A Game Master (GM) runs the game, and provides a central point of contact and administration.

Email Diplomacy is popular due to the difficulty in playing the game face-to-face. Email games commonly last 6 months to a year, tho shorter or longer games can occur as well.

See also:

2-Season Dip

4-Season Dip

5-Season Dip