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Finished: 07 PM Thu 01 Jul 10 UTC
Go hard or go home
1 days /phase
Pot: 117 D - Autumn, 1907, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by wilhelm* (401 D)
22 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: The winner takes all. So if Russia grows too large at my expense, Germany won't stand a chance.
22 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: I think that we will battle for a long time, Austria, even if you don't look big on map, you're the second biggest player. With everything concentrated instead of the spread I have to sustain.

Our forces are equal if I ignore the northern europe ones which can't be involved in the battle in any way.

I don't see any easy future for Russia.

During that time, my ally, Germany grows large on "France&England's expense". Which reminds me, pretty quiet rulers in France and England.
23 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: does winner take all mean no draw ??
also a joke
How many armies does it take to defend Paris?
23 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: france didn't move (1 hour left). I guess you can take Paris for free
23 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: Gah i did not know that !! came on just as it was changing moves i had the same moves as before. :( i guess it is not to bad
also ironically now, the answer to the joke was
: noone knows it's never been attempted.
23 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: Germany, you have my support in Edinb from North Sea.

Combined with a strike in Liverpool, England is a goner.

Would you join me in this enterprise?
23 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1905: I think that is a plan however i would first like to see if france is still playing?? but yes a free supply centre sounds good thankyou for reducing the threat on the north sea.
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: What exactly are the terms of the Draw??
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Looks like there'll be three big empires at the end of this round, and the fight in the Balkans is at a stalemate. I don't think I can win this, so I'm open to just defending what I have and accept a draw. (c:
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: when you draw, the pot is split equally to all players still in the game. it doesn't matter the number of SP each of us have.

If England has one SP, and it's only the 3 of us left, england will get a quarter of the pot in play
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: France and England must go before draw. sorry guys.
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Ah, indeed. I'll just have to fend you off for a while longer, then. (c:
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: What is your plan now, Germany?
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Would you allow me to enter Silesia if I ask nicely? Both Munich and Berlin will be well defended after you build.
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I agree to a draw. When France and England is done.

Until then, Austria and Russia will have some fun trying to outsmart each other.
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: It looks like we're quite stuck in the current positions. Trench warfare is great.
24 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I promise not to attack Marseilles, Germany. Do tell if you allow me to enter Silesia. (c:
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: It Remains a DMZ and do not think that you will take marseilles i am going to move back there either bounce me unless you intend on moving elswhere.
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: sorry message above is a bit unclear can i ask you why you are in piedmont?
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I'm covering all my border provinces except one. I can move back.
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: could the tsar and kaiser please tell me what the planned moves are for units around my provinces in this coming spring? I am going to be moving to marseilles form burgandy with support from spain to ensure munich can move somewhere.
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Well, I _want_ to enter Silesia. But apart from that, I'll just hold on to what I have.
25 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: I don't plan to enter in any of your territories, Germany.
26 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1906: kaiser move your army in piedmont to somwhere like the lake of constance do not go to marsilles or silesia please telegraph your intentions i get the feeling that you are going to suicide attack me :( I value the 1879 alliance do _not_ go to silesia.
26 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1906: I'll hold my positions, as promised. I will not go into Silesia, and I will not go into Marseilles.
26 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Now, that is an interesting development. What are your plans now, gentlemen? I still prefer a three-way draw.
26 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Austria, good game. I enjoyed having you as my enemy and will stop all hostilities. Rumania, Bulgaria and Warsovia are free for your taking. I will even support you in Warsaw from Ukr.
All you have to do is to cancel his support from Silesia.

Never draw. You have the upper hand, kick his german ass.

My orders:
A Ukr S A Gal War
A War Prusia
A Sev Mos
A Ru Sev

Bulgaria convoyed in Armenia
Con will move in Ankara
I will convoy your army from greece into Con.

just don't surrender, you deserve the entire pot for your honest playing.
26 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: I am currently offering you all my territories.
26 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: You can take Munich and Mars. He will be forced to defend them and give france a move on Paris.
26 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Germany, you knew exactly what will happen. I have no idea what got into you. Youre only excuse is an Austrian double account.

Anyway, good game everybody
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Much appreciated, Russia. Thanks. (c:
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: The offer does seem to good to be true, but since there will be no three-way draw, I might as well give it a shot. (c:
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: I am sorry russia but you were the biggest threat and you were looming over me. if i did not act i thought austria may move against me. I enjoyed playing with you two and would like to have another game with the three of us.
you are still in a good position russia. I am very sorry for the stab. I can understand you king making Austra i beleived this was inevitable I was happy with a draw but felt that when england and france were defeated you would destroy me. I am still content with a three way draw when france and england are out.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Me and Austria had an alliance from day one - 1879 it was my first game i could not telegraph what i was going to do :( good game i hope i play some more with you both. I only did it because of our alliance you've got to be kidding.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Austria, my movements are still the way I described them.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: i could always not attack ypu but support the stalemate line :)
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Well, the draw button is not pressed in your case. I don't know which stalemate line you're supporting :)
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Austria & Germany, for all the effort you put in playing as 2 "different" accounts, you deserve this win. You tactics were perfect but I hope the taste of victory will turn to ashes knowing that you played with 2 accounts against one.

Cheers.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: (btw, you got sloppy in the end, your login times are identical)
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Uhm, we are not the same person. I'm playing a number of games at the same time, and reload the home page multiple times every day. Does this accusation mean that your previous proposal is off?
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: No, my proposal still stands. It doesn't matter really.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: I was blowing some steam.
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Alright. Let's see how this goes, then. I hope I didn't mess up any moves. And that you're not actually stabbing me now. (c;
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Wow, you did speak the truth. Thanks. (c:
27 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Well, I never lied this game.

Didn't do me any good, though. :)

My dying wish is to see Germany lose. Don't draw. I'll give you as many SP's as you can take.
28 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: I'll do what I can to fulfill your wish. I should be able to reach at least Ankara, Smyrna and Sevastopol this year.
28 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: It is fascinating how much disruption a single blitzing panzer can cause through the schwerpunkt doctrine. Well done, chancellor.

Dear czar, if possible, please hold Ukraine, so that we can give him a taste of Stalingrad in Galicia. Support from Rumania to Galicia would be much appreciated. That'd free up an additional army.
28 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Ankara Smyrna and Sevastopol will be free.
29 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Excellent.
29 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Oops. Miscounted in Warsaw. Ah, well. I'll get that back. (c:

Start Backward Open large map Forward End

Austria
wilhelm* (401 D)
Won. Bet: 15 D, won: 117 D
18 supply-centers, 12 units
Germany
Borogrove (292 D)
Survived. Bet: 15 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
Russia
tdrgabi (142 D)
Survived. Bet: 15 D
3 supply-centers, 7 units
England
opium (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 12 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
France
mhipkiss92 (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 15 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Italy
nick_d3 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 15 D
Turkey
chuckdnorris (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 15 D
Civil Disorders
chuckdnorris (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1902) with 5 centres.
mhipkiss92 (100 D)France (Autumn, 1906) with 1 centres.
nick_d3 (100 D)Italy (Spring, 1903) with 2 centres.
Ken (100 D)England (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
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