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Next: 5 hours, 28 minutes (11:08 AM UTC)
Curse of Modernity-2
1 days /phase (normal)
Pot: 700 D - Autumn, 1905, Retreats
Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
England, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Russia
~Wed 02 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: FUCK FUCK FUCK
Sorry I forgot to enter orders last turn.
hope it doesnt hurt the game too much
~Wed 02 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: It certainly hurts you
~Wed 02 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I'm inclined to just cancel the game, England, and start over.
~Wed 02 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I agree with Austria, as it is the path to Russian victory is too easy with such little contestation of Scandinavia. I say we cancel and restart
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I say we continue, allowing Russia to use this advantage and win.
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: So England, France and Germany, will you also vote cancel so we can play this game properly?
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: The longer I hear nothing from them, the more paranoid I'm becoming. Is this some weird strategy? Did England intentionally not move? Is the Loch Ness monster just a tourism gimmick?
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I'm inclined to play, but if I'm the last vote will not be a hold out. Missing seasons is part of the online game. While it theoretically advantages someone when another nation misses, the others tend to act to compensate. Flexibility in the face of uncertainty is part of the online game environment.
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: England claims to have made a mistake, and it's the very first move. I don't think the cost of canceling is that great in this case.
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: France you are currently the only one not voting to Cancel
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I agree with France generally, but given the stakes and the fact it was a first turn miss, we should restart the gane
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: Now England pulls back the cancel vote?
~Thu 03 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: je suis france
~Fri 04 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I count three willing to press on when next I was online.
~Fri 04 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I'll withdraw my cancel vote because England did. However it does make me question the true motives here. I know I'm not alone in that sentiment. You Western players should remember that.
~Fri 04 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: Not sure what you are implying. My motives are exactly what I said they were. If you think there is something amiss, please reach out to a moderator. They are very good at sniffing out cheating. The random drop of a nation pending replacement or someone missing a phase is hardly cheating though and is part of the online gaming environment. I have benefitted from it and been crushed by it in turn on this site.
~Fri 04 Jan UTC Autumn, 1901: I don't suspect cheating. I suspect subterfuge. It is "Diplomacy."
~Sat 05 Jan UTC Spring, 1902: There can be a mistake without cheating. If I think the game is out of balance due to England's miss, I'll reinstate my cancel and I hope France will join. I think the balance is fine e to keep playing though. Please PM me if you think I'm missing something
~Fri 11 Jan UTC Spring, 1904: Even im doing better than russsia at this point
~10:34 PM UTC A little passive-aggressive to sit on a retreat order. "All countries have entered orders," for hours, yet we wait . . .

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- Italy
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
10 supply-centers, 7 units
- Austria
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
7 supply-centers, 6 units
Anon Russia
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
- Germany
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
5 supply-centers, 6 units
- France
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
3 supply-centers, 4 units
- England
(Anonymous)
Votes: Cancel
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
2 supply-centers, 3 units
Anon Turkey
(Anonymous)
Bet: 100 D, worth: 100 D
1 supply-centers, 3 units
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