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Finished: 03 PM Thu 12 Mar 15 UTC
Battle Royale-18
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 140 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Scmoo472 (1846 D)
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1905: Dunno, Germany, never actually tested it. Does it matter?
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1905: could I beat you in a fight?
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1905: yes because i bench 215
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1905: Wow, Germany is 12 years old
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1905: I thought Austria was going to commentate. lol. Germany hung on for another year......... ._.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1906: You could probably beat me in a fight. Could you beat your computer in a fight?
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1906: haha thanks france
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1906: At least i am still a country :0
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1906: So, the category is: music and common english phrases (cross-over category)

Germany ranting

Answer in the form of "Germany ranting is _______________"
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1906: By the way, come on, Germany, prove you can take your computer in a fight. Beat it up.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: The board is rather interesting, with France and England at each others throats. England is taking quite some punishment, while Italy has made progress against Turkey against all odds, while Turkey pushes into Russia.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: I have a feeling my fleet in Liverpool is about to be completely annihilated by like 4 English units... :(
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: Interesting indeed.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: That's sort of what we call "death from natural causes", France
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: I shall try to interview some of the contestants
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: Four-way draw?
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: Don't worry Liverpool fleet.. I still love you.. Just.. Sacrifices have to be made.. lol.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: I thought Germany was suggesting a four way draw for a second
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: By the way, any responses you make can find their way to Global chat, so don't give out anything too confidential.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: Unfortunately, the contestants are far too busy to respond. Except France, he was too busy to respond in a useful manner.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: The presenter would like to apologize and give his fervent thanks to Italy.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1906: LOL.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1907: Also, Turkey and Russia! Thanks guys, I appreciate it.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1907: Italy wins though, I think.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1907: The board changes every season, and we must watch vigilantly. For example, France is now fighting England, and England is taking punishment but remaining active. Italy is making progress against Turkey, and Turkey is moving into Russia.

Ah what the hell, the board isn't changing and you know it. *presenter walks away to get himself a beer*
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1907: *a sports presenter creeps in*
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1907: BRILLIANT RIGHT HOOK STRAIGHT INTO RUSSIA BY TURKEY THERE! ITALY IS GOING STEADY, GOOD ON HIM AND TURKEY BOTH! COME ON FRANCE AND ENGLAND YOU PUSSIES, WHERE'S THE BLOOD?

Oh god why does boxing have only two players? So much opportunity. Also, boxing matches should be international, and take place between teams of hundreds of thousands of people.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: Go figure.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: The board undergoes and actual, important change, and I'm too busy making fun of boxing/war/diplomacy to notice.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: Germany has left us, it seems.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: Alas, poor Germany, I knew him all too well. He was a dipshit and an idiot, but he could bench 215, which is more than any of us, and he could take us in a fight. When we met him, he was not at his best, or that is what I must assume, as the alternative is rather nasty. There is a time to say "Fireeeee" and "true" and he knew exactly what this time was.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: I invite the other bereaved to compose their own eulogies.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: Goodbye
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1907: please, Egnlad, lets use his speaking way - goodbye
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1908: y'know, I could talk about the obvious, but that seems sort of pointless, really. You know what's happening, after all.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: Holy shit guys this is a fascinating game. Can't wait to see how it turns out. Kudos to all of you.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: Thank you for staying around, Austria! Actually I'm quite surprised I'm still alive :)
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1908: Yea there's been a few twists and turns.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1909: My pleasure. I should be a GM.
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1909: France won? Didn't you stop him a while ago?
11 Mar 15 UTC Autumn, 1909: France ready up so we can get this over with.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1910: gg all
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1910: Loved playing with you guys, for the year or two that I could, and liked commentating even more.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1910: Loved playing with you guys, for the year or two that I could, and liked commentating even more.
11 Mar 15 UTC Spring, 1910: :)
11 Mar 15 UTC Thanks for sticking around Austria.
11 Mar 15 UTC Again, my pleasure.
11 Mar 15 UTC Again, my pleasure.
11 Mar 15 UTC Congratulations, France! A well deserved victory :)
11 Mar 15 UTC GG guys! :)

Nice playing with you all. ^_^

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France
Scmoo472 (1846 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 140 D
19 supply-centers, 16 units
Italy
Survived. Bet: 20 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
Turkey
AFatCat (676 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
5 supply-centers, 4 units
Russia
Nescio (1069 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D
3 supply-centers, 6 units
England
changer (108 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Germany
ejb0527 (354 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Austria
phil_a_s (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
changer (108 D)England (Autumn, 1909) with 0 centres.
ejb0527 (354 D)Germany (Autumn, 1907) with 0 centres.
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