Finished: 06 PM Fri 06 Feb 15 UTC
Private A bit more of a ding dong
2 days /phase
Pot: 140 D - Spring, 1911, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
05 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1901: [MESSAGE REESTABLISHED]...and if you do remember I will not destroy you
05 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1901: I like the idea of attacking the Americas, I suggest everyone start moving their fleets and troop westward right away. I'll follow.
07 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1901: By peace in in our time and diplomacy do you actually mean all out war and euro dominance. I feel like Putin. Could be fun!!
07 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1901: ........... But am still trying to figure how to take my move so perhaps less Putin more .... John major.
07 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1901: I still have no idea what I'm doing, just a feeling that blue is looking very strong!
09 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: I say we all turn on the Swiss. Never liked them
09 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: The world looks very filled with soldiers...
09 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: I've only realised people have been sending me messages. Can you tell I've got no idea what I'm doing?
10 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: A further point some may not have picked up on that may be of use is that, should everyone tick 'ready' then the game will progress before the two days have elapsed.
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: Someone claiming to be James Matthews is suggesting ways that people can speed things up.

How has hacked his account?
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: Or even 'who'
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: Or even 'who'
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: The Greeks are now happy under Turkish control, but they they've told me to tell the English that they want their marbles back.
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: I believe the French will be going on strike now for three turns. Something to do with a reduction in farm subsidies, paid for by Germany and England.
11 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1902: *twiddles moustache nonchalantly*
12 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: Dear Turkey. Please tell Greece, they've lost their marbles.

Dear Austro-Hungarian Empire: Thank you for being historically consistent.

Dear Germany: Thank you, for also being historically consistent!
14 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: Interestingly the intro link that was posted was wholly informative and even showed rules and a basic guide to playing. Who would've thunk it!!!
15 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: I'm confused - has Germany elected to leave the game? Or timed out one too many times?

Either which way, if he isn't in it anymore may impact people's strategy.
15 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: Germany attacked the British Expeditionary Force defending the brave Dutch people from oppression. In the face of such poor decision making, the question of helmsmanship becomes moot!
15 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1902: There are only two things I can't stand in this world. People who are intolerant of other people's cultures... and the Dutch.
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: With Austria and Russia timed out, it's Turkey's game then?
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: Turkey has had some good cluck on his neighbors!
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: I should have crippled Russia last turn anyway, but I forgot to tell my army to invade Sevastopol.
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: England and Italy have also benefited from players timing out.
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: Ah, Russia's back. This is awkward...
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: If we're all 'ticked', why doesn't the game move on? Is it that everyone has hot 'save' but not 'ready'?
22 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1903: Matt / France is saved but not ready, hence grey, everyone else has ticked ready.
25 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1904: Anyone want a truce and a game of football? Happy Christmas.
25 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1904: I'll take that game of football! You come out of the trenches first...
26 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1904: Lesson learnt - cheese eating surrender monkeys don't stick to their agreements.
26 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1904: Good - now there three countries left, each run by a government who actually care. Oh, what was that? Yes, I've heard of Italy. Its a province of France, I believe?
26 Dec 14 UTC Spring, 1904: I think Russia is still in the game. Sort of.
29 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1904: It's a silly game anyway.
29 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1904: It's a silly game anyway.
29 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1904: It's a silly game anyway.
29 Dec 14 UTC Autumn, 1904: A global announcement, I have taken The Ukraine and Crimea from the Russians, but I suggest all of Europe just lets them back in again with no fuss in just over a century.
02 Jan 15 UTC Spring, 1905: Honestly, I turn my back for a brief moment and it gets royally shafted... fair enough I suppose...I probably would have done the same...thanks for ummm nothing
02 Jan 15 UTC Spring, 1905: 'tis but a flesh wound. Come on, I'll bite your legs off.
08 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: I'm going down fighting that's for sure
08 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: I'd assumed your stopped playing.
08 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: Totally meant for that to happen. You all fell into my trap...
15 Jan 15 UTC Spring, 1907: I'm obviously done...would say it's been a pleasure...
15 Jan 15 UTC Spring, 1907: Goodbye sir, we would also say the same!
28 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: This game would be over by now had you not been so offensive, England. I'm worried you might even win this now.
28 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: I wanted to give you a good run in for your money! We'll do our best, of course. But you still have the two unit advantage. I now predict a draw.
28 Jan 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: Anyway, I told you that Warsaw and Moscow were naturally mine. It is just simple geography.
03 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 1910: Congratulations sir. I think you won the game before the last builds. I'm afraid I missed TV we difficulty of reinforcing that region.
04 Feb 15 UTC Thank you, I missed that last message, officially I cannot win unless I get Marseilles or any of your territories, but looking at the board, I believe we would block each other from any further progress. I'll offer a draw.

It was an interesting game, I feel I had a lot of luck in my neighbours, but less success in persuading other powers to ally with me. You and France seemed to get through a lot of the game without much conflict, which is to your credit.
04 Feb 15 UTC I accept the draw - there is still a slim chance I could force it but you could probably take the win.
04 Feb 15 UTC It was a shame to have so many dropouts - it was a lot of fun while it lasted! I thought you played very competently and I was lucky that France did abide by our non aggression pact. It helped that he couldn't cross the channel and I couldn't spare the resource to attack him!

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Turkey
Jammat (192 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 70 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
England
DiploDan (150 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 70 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
France
shaymatt (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 20 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Austria
Danglies (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Italy
mda299 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
DaveO (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Russia
bigbadzoo (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
bigbadzoo (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1907) with 0 centres.
Danglies (100 D)Austria (Autumn, 1903) with 0 centres.
DaveO (100 D)Germany (Autumn, 1902) with 3 centres.
shaymatt (100 D)France (Autumn, 1908) with 4 centres.
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