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Finished: 05 PM Sat 16 Dec 17 UTC
Battling Nations
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Autumn, 2004, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Lemons (582 D)
03 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: Can peeps like, go?
03 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: I know right? -Literally the guy who started the game
04 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: Im really sorry, this is my first diplomacy match, ever.
I know the rules, but can someone explain to me how the whole user interface works?
04 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: No big deal. What part specifically are you confused about?

The whole thing is pretty shit, to be honest, ha ha.
04 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: I'd like to make a small request that no one pick on Egypt for the weekend, he gave me advance warning that he would not be present for the majority of it,
thanks in advance,
France
04 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: If we're playing draw-size scoring, that doesn't mean a ton of players have to be eliminated for folks to gain a bunch of points or even win the game if I'm correct...

I can't remember which is which but I much more prefer games where the goal is to win, rather than kill off the other players. No one likes getting eliminated from a game...
04 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1994: i agree to that. Everyone does its best.

So Egypt joined the game knowing he may can't play all phases but he wants us to respect this and not attack him?

Turkey the interface is quiet simple. The map shows you the situation, below you can move backward and forward in the phase history. Aboth the map the chat takes place (you found it) giving you the possibility to talk to everyone private and male some notes in your own chat box.

Below the map you can enter your orders of wach unit. And it already gives you only the physcal possible options.

If you like we can make up a 1 on 1 game to get you used to the orders. 1on1 games are not ranked (joining points will be refunded if you loose or win)
09 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1995: @Italy, seriously attacking Monaco? Please stop b0ss
09 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1995: Did i attack monaco?
09 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1995: Did i attack monaco?
09 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1995: Look at the arrow
10 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1996: new russia here
14 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1996: When you only check every once in a while and you just go, "oh nards"
16 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1997: RIP Egypt
16 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1997: Move or I'll get the starchy, wet towel. You know I will
16 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1997: New Russia takes soooo long, plz invade
16 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1997: Ukraine and Poland are on that one
17 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1997: first, suckah
17 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1997: b/c last, fool
18 Nov 17 UTC Autumn, 1997: We should destroy one nation, call a draw, everyone left profits
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1998: Welcome new Poland and new Turkey
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1998: Yes, welcome to our public game
20 Nov 17 UTC Spring, 1998: Great to be here!
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: Anyone wanna call a draw so everyone gets a slice of this point pie?
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: i am in for that.
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: may we reduce by the inactive players?
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: That's ideal
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: As the largest power on the board, I'm actually in favor of a draw as well. I don't think I can get to 33 SCs any time soon. It's been a good game though!
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: Yea, it has
01 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: It has.
02 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2000: so france and spain are active again
ukraine its on you to put the draw vote.
England may follow and Poland maybe wants to stay?
03 Dec 17 UTC Spring, 2001: Britain? Poland? Ukraine? Wanna give in?
03 Dec 17 UTC Spring, 2001: do I count as inactive? I stepped in for an inactive player and decided that last turn my best play was to 'give in' -- in case anyone was afraid of Ukraine winning they'd have to come to my aid, i wouldn't slow him down myself!
07 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2002: Congrats Britain, you loose Scandinavians ;)
08 Dec 17 UTC Autumn, 2002: Britain can easily take Sweden right back.
15 Dec 17 UTC Finally i've survived :)
15 Dec 17 UTC GG guys!

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Ukraine
Lemons (582 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 50 D
35 supply-centers, 31 units
Britain
Mannerbroheim (205 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
23 supply-centers, 23 units
Egypt
tobinski1978 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 0 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
Italy
Ethanol (1780 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
Turkey
Survived. Bet: 0 D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Russia
teh_duke (814 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Germany
ARC842 (289 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Spain
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Poland
jbeutel (126 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
France
SamC (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
c0dyz (100 D)Germany (Autumn, 1994) with 4 centres.
theMBuffington (105 D)Spain (Autumn, 2001) with 1 centres.
darthtraitor (0 D X)Spain (Autumn, 1996) with 3 centres.
Nathanieldov (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1995) with 8 centres.
lackingrandom (0 D X)Egypt (Autumn, 2003) with 5 centres.
shadosnake (100 D)France (Autumn, 2000) with 3 centres.
SmallGuyBigDreams (100 D)Poland (Autumn, 1997) with 5 centres.
Nikaro (100 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1997) with 6 centres.
badkamer1 (100 D)Spain (Autumn, 2000) with 3 centres.
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