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Finished: 07 PM Thu 23 Jan 14 UTC
And now for something completely different
3 days /phase
Pot: 176 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by MarekP (12867 D)
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: you can mute someone in-game Right?
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: someone pls call the psychiatric emergency ward
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Yes, you can. You only have to push the headphone button. But you can't mute me in the Global chat, so you must hear my Dies Irae paragraphs. The first ones are my favourites. Here comes another.

Mors stupebit et Natura,
cum resurget creatura,
iudicanti responsura.
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: England, do you really think that I'm insane?
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: I think the german is immature and annoying. but that's just my opinion
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: In all fairness, I can inform that the mods have looked into the communication and decided to let it pass, and then so will I. The only real alternative is to quit, and that would be encouraging him to keep harassing people. I hope that I will encounter more mature players in the future.
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: The only real alternative is to quit, and that would be encouraging him to keep harassing people.

You're talking like I like to do that.
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: German looks to be very desperate
31 Oct 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: I feel like bringing the mods into it is unnecessary. I mean, he's not breaking any rules, and sometimes, it feels good to vent. Granted, I (and I assume the rest of you) would prefer if he didn't do so in such a childish manner, but again, it's not like we can't ignore him.
01 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: bringing mods into this is good
01 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: There's no rule against being a foul mouthed idiot
03 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Laidies and gentlemen, all in the letter was a lie. I needed a build desperately. So I sent an insulting letter saying crazy moves, so the people think that I am demented. But, I did something completely different. All was part of a strategy, I'm am not insane enough to do the things in the letter. All was... Pure dipomatical strategy.

I apologize all the people who has received my "strange" messages, especially England. I hope that you will understand the purpose of them. :)
03 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Lies are part of the game. Shitty behavour is not. Your "apology" is not an apology but a justification. Well played to the other 5 in here.
03 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: I didn't even read your messages.
03 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Well...I read something on the archive about "chainsaw diplomacy" I do believe that is what Germany was doing
04 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: Russia, don't read my messages, do whatever you want. Of course, you should read it.

Austria, I think that it wasn't exactly chainsaw diplomacy but yes, I was inspired of that.

England, an apologize is an apologize, you can accept it or not.
04 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: I accept. And I was mearly pointing out the differance of an apology and a justification. I have no problem with people acting within the frames of the rules of this site, and I have adjusted my expectations according to the lengthy moderator respond I recieved. I apologize for making an issue out of this, although I prefer playing with a very different tone of diplomacy, and will do so in the future.

I almost introduced my students to this site after 4 very civil games, but I am now looking into a different solution.

I hope we can end this chat now and move on.
04 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: You said you teach? What grade(s)/subject(s)?
04 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1902: High School is the closest in the US school system i believe. My subjects are History, Philosophy and Mathematics. I have used Diplomacy and other board games in class before, but I think an online version is more time efficient.
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: If austria doesn't come back, what should we do?
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: I'm back...
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Oh. well that solves that issue entirely. What happened?
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: I have been having some family issues lately...they came to a head not to long ago and now my father is moving out. I'm arguing with my girlfriend a lot this week also so things have been very chaotic for me lately and I've been having trouble keeping up with school, life, and webdip. I'll try to make sure it doesn't happen again....I thought I had more time on this phase.
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: These things happen, when life happens, well, I'm glad you have your priorities in order.
25 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: This
25 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Also, I want to say that this has been a very good game.
28 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Really the phase processed? The site said it wasn't processing anything...
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: Hey England, retreat to NAO. Then, I'll support you to Liverpool. He can cut the support with ENG, but he has to waste a turn cutting the support.
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: Edi doesn't border on NAO
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: Oh... yes.

But Clyde borders with Edi.
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: True, but by announcing your plans publicly, France should know how to counter
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: Russia, read my first message. Take Liv will only let us survive one more year. I want France to waste a fleet tempo cutting the support that I'll give from Irish Sea.
10 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: maybe this should be a private discussion?
11 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1906: I have no supplu centers, I don't care, Italy!
16 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: The samurai flies away.
The convoy has been succesful.
Take the opportunity,
before it flies away.
The fortune is with you,
but remember:
she is bald.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Nn3PcESF7w
16 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: Fortune plango vulnera
stillantibus ocellis
quod sua michi munera
subtrahit rebellis.
Verum est, quod legitur,
fronte capillata,
sed plerumque sequitur
occasio calvata.
16 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: So, I have to ask, france: why don't you believe me when I say I want a draw?
17 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: Because you already have 13 centers, with Con en prise and an Austria who has fallen into civil disorder.
17 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: If you'll notice, I haven't attacked Austria since he went into civil disorder.
17 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: Explained in private.
17 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1906: You'll do, Russia.
20 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1907: So, what's been going on in austria lately that he keeps missing turns?
20 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1907: Surprising build in StP, Russia. Probably nobody expected it.
26 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Wow! I can only say "awesome!".
12 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Austria is officially out of this game, so we can draw at any time.
12 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Agreed
12 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1909: Honestly, I will try to win the game, because I believe it's aligned with the spirit of the game in this position. On the other hand, I probably won't succeed if you two don't make any serious mistake. The next couple of turns will sort it out and I won't delay a draw longer than necessary. Good luck!
16 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1910: Easy win for France, imo.
20 Jan 14 UTC Well played. I still think it's an unfair move to use a promise of a draw because of a cd to leverage yourself to victory, but you did win.
20 Jan 14 UTC Thank you for the game.

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France
MarekP (12867 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 176 D
20 supply-centers, 17 units
Russia
Onar (131 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
10 supply-centers, 12 units
Italy
Rancher (1593 D (S))
Survived. Bet: 20 D
3 supply-centers, 4 units
Austria
Puddle (573 D)
Resigned. Bet: 36 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
England
Hieronimus (191 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Turkey
LexGuallo (117 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
Puddle (573 D)Austria (Spring, 1908) with 5 centres.
Hieronimus (191 D)England (Spring, 1906) with 1 centres.
Tyran (938 D)Austria (Autumn, 1906) with 7 centres.
LexGuallo (117 D)Turkey (Spring, 1907) with 1 centres.
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