Using the site
In order to play you have to register on the site and give a valid e-mail address. Your registration is confirmed by sending you an e-mail.
Multiple registrations (one player declaring several names) are tolerated though not recommended but the player must give a different e-mail address for each name. We reserve the right to prohibit at any time the use of multiple names.
Inscription on the forum is separate. It is highly recommended to use the same name as for the game with the same case (capital and small letters).
Total number of simultaneous games - Joining the ranking
The total number of games that a new player may simultaneously take part in is purposely limited. A player may only take par t in two games until he finishes his first game. Once the first game finished he may take part in five games. Once his second game finished he may play eight games.
A player is ranked when he finishes his fourth game.
Reloading a battle
The game being played "on line" via an Internet browser some technical limitations have been implemented that prevent playing several times aiming at better results.
Once begun a turn must be finished. Only the initial unit set up phase can be cancelled and reloaded.
Leaving a game during a phase in progress, trying to open a new window in your browser, disconnecting your browser or using several browsers simultaneously makes you lose your turn. The game then proceeds immediately to the end of the turn.
Morne Plaine needs two players. Your opponent is an Internet user just as you are. Care about finishing your games whatever the outcome. Use the parchment at the end of your turn to communicate with your opponent (a mere "hello" is always appreciated). Be diplomatic !
The fair play rules being not always observed carefully, the players having no news from their opponent can upgrade the game after one week. They can cancel this game or skip their opponent's turn to carry on the game.
It is customary to show tolerance regarding the progress of the game when the opponent has justified his absence (holidays, etc.).