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Finished: 01 PM Sat 02 Nov 13 UTC
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 84 D - Autumn, 1915, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
01 Nov 13 UTC Finally! Italy - what in the world did you see that you kept going on for so long?!
01 Nov 13 UTC (2ndWhiteLine): This game was force drawn because it was at a stalemate for too long without a draw. If you have any questions about this decision, please email
01 Nov 13 UTC My god that game should have been drawn in Spring 1902 when Britain, Russia and Turkey weren't playing
01 Nov 13 UTC Good god
01 Nov 13 UTC Good god
01 Nov 13 UTC First off, I apologize for showing up late for the game; I had a personal matter that needed attending, and when I saw no one had joined after I'd put up the game for 15 minutes, I figured it wasn't going to happen and I could deal with the issue.

Second off, Germany, why'd you kill me off rather than let me stay in the draw in St. Pete?
01 Nov 13 UTC And Germany, nice playing with you :) Glad you realised I only intended on getting Bel and Hol for the fleets so I could take the Mediterranean...lots of other players might have seen it as a backstab haha
01 Nov 13 UTC Yes, that game should have been drawn or cancelled right away. But France, why did you keep attacking Germany after he made clear he wanted a draw?
01 Nov 13 UTC Specifically, I'm referring to the move up to Irish Sea when Germany was demobilizing off of England.
01 Nov 13 UTC Draw or truce? I requested a draw in Spring 1902.
I attacked him for one more turn after he focused on Italy because I only had two fleets to beat Italy's 5 with, so I needed two more. Luckily he was smart enough to realise that.
01 Nov 13 UTC The Irish Sea move was just for some insurance as he looked like he might counter-attack me after I took the Netherlands
01 Nov 13 UTC The Irish Sea move was just for some insurance as he looked like he might counter-attack me after I took the Netherlands
01 Nov 13 UTC Bob - I killed you off as a revenge for the hit on Silesia, which allowed Italy to take Munich.
01 Nov 13 UTC Fair enough. I did that shot to try and pull you away from going for the win.
01 Nov 13 UTC Hence why I helped you back as soon as you voted for the draw.
01 Nov 13 UTC OK, now I understand your thinking, France.
01 Nov 13 UTC It just seemed to slow you down on getting to the stalemate line, which I had hoped you'd do earlier to pull some Italian units away from me.
01 Nov 13 UTC Such a shame, we had such a nice non-aggression pact France! We could have split Germany up between the two of us, living happily ever after...
01 Nov 13 UTC Regardless, gg all who actually stuck around.
01 Nov 13 UTC You were like 2 SC's from victory when I stopped fighting Germany lol - there wouldn't have been much splitting up there! And its winner-takes-all lol
01 Nov 13 UTC But yeah, bad luck Italy. If Germany and myself had fought for one or two more turns, you would have had it in the bag
01 Nov 13 UTC I'd like to quote Kermit the Frog: "It's not easy being little and green..."

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